Monday, August 31, 2015

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

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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.)

 

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