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Temple releases depth chart for Ball State

Temple released its depth for Saturday's game at Ball State.

Temple releases depth chart for Ball State

Temple released its depth for Saturday's game at Ball State.

Here's a look at the offensive and defensive two-deep spots. (Starters are in bold):

OFFENSE

X-WIDE RECEIVER

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                                  86 Deon Miller (6-5, 210, So.)

                                  80 C.J. Hammond (6-2, 193, Jr.)

                                  26 Joe Jones (5-11, 195, Sr.)

                                  87 Ryan Alderman (5-9, 170, So.)

 LEFT  TACKLE   

                                 79 Pat Boyle (6-5, 320, Sr.)

                                  66 Darryl Pringle (6-6, 327, So.)

                  

LEFT GUARD    

                              63 Derek Dennis (6-5, 328, Sr.)

                              62 Scott Roorda (6-3, 302, So.)

 

CENTER               

                             77 John Palumbo (6-5, 312, Sr.)

                            68 Jeremy Schonbrunner (6-3, 306, Sr.)

 

RIGHT GUARD  

                             69 Wayne Tribue (6-4, 324, Sr.)

                             59 Jaimen Newman (6-4, 275, R-Fr.)

 

RIGHT  TACKLE  

                              73 Martin Wallace (6-6, 310, Jr.)

                              60 Joe Cenatiempo (6-7, 315, R-Fr.)

 

TIGHT END    

                               89 Matt Balasavage (6-4, 256, Sr.)

                               38 Cody Booth (6-5, 255, So.)

 

QUARTERBACK

                                7 Chester Stewart (6-3, 214, Sr.)

                                8 Mike Gerardi (6-2, 206, Jr.)

                                10 Chris Coyer (6-3, 214, So.)

                                 3 Clinton Granger (6-3, 230, So.)

 

TAILBACK            

                                 30 Bernard Pierce (6-0, 218, Jr.)

                                  22 Matt Brown (5-5, 170, Jr.)

FULLBACK / TIGHT END

                               88 Evan Rodriguez (6-3, 250, Sr.)

                               98 Alex Jackson (6-4, 250, So.) OR

                               44 Wyatt Benson (6-0, 228, So.)

Z-WIDE  RECEIVER

                              18 Rod Streater (6-4, 196, Sr.)

                              84 Malcolm Eugene (6-4, 205, Jr.)

 

DEFENSE

 

DEFENSIVE END

                              43 Adrian Robinson (6-2, 250, Sr.)

                              41 Marcus Green (6-1, 240, Jr.)

DEFENSIVE  TACKLE

                              92 Shahid Paulhill (6-3, 300, So.)

                              93 Kamal Johnson (6-4, 285, So.)

NOSE  TACKLE

                              99 Levi Brown (6-2, 305, So.)

                              94 Kadeem Custis (6-4, 295, Jr.)

DEFENSIVE  END

                               85 Morkeith Brown (6-6, 260, Sr.)

                               11 John Youboty (6-4, 258, Jr.)

 

WILL LINEBACKER

                               33 Blaze Caponegro (6-1, 225, So.)

                                24 Ahkeem Smith (6-0, 215, Jr.)

MIKE LINEBACKER

                              53 Stephen Johnson (6-1, 230, Sr.)

                              56 Olaniyi Adewole (6-2, 228, So.)

SAM LINEBACKER

                              2 Tahir Whitehead (6-2, 228, Sr.)

                             32 Quinten White (6-3, 218, Sr.)

BOUNDARY CORNER

                            20 Kee-ayre Griffin (5-11, 188, Sr.)

                             6 Maurice Jones (5-10, 195, Jr.)

FREE SAFETY

                               37 Kevin Kroboth (6-0, 198, Sr.)

                                14 Vaughn Carraway (6-2, 192, Jr.)

STRONG SAFETY

                                4 Justin Gildea (5-11, 190, Jr.)

                                28 Chris Hutton (5-10, 185, Fr.)

FIELD CORNER

                               47 Anthony Robey (5-10, 180, R-Fr.)

                                27 Zamel Johnson (6-0, 180, So.)

 

About this blog
Keith Pompey has been an Inquirer reporter since September 2004. He takes over the Sixers beat after covering the Temple men’s basketball team for the past three years and Temple football the past two seasons. Pompey also previously covered the Penn and Drexel men’s basketball team and Villanova football team after initially focusing on high school sports.

Pompey is a native Philadelphian and a University of Pittsburgh graduate. Follow him on Twitter @PompeyOnSixers or reach Keith at kpompey@phillynews.com. Reach Keith at kpompey@phillynews.com.

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