Fans’ Choice: Depth Chart

By at April 21, 2012 | 7:03 AM | Print

Fans’ Choice: Depth Chart

We asked the fans who they thought should be part of the post-spring depth chart. Today, we unveil the results. The offense take a potential five-wide set into account and the defense is a 4-3 base.

Quarterback:

1. Taylor Martinez
2. Tommy Armstrong

Running Back:

1. Rex Burkhead
2. Ameer Abdullah
3. Aaron Green

Wide Receiver:

1. Kenny Bell
2. Quincy Enunwa
3. Jamal Turner
4. Tim Marlowe
5. Jordan Westerkamp

Tight End:

1. Kyler Reed
2. Ben Cotton

Center:

1. Cole Pensick
2. Mark Pelini

Offensive Guard:

1. Spencer Long
2. Seung Hoon Choi
3. Andrew Rodriguez
4. Brandon Thompson

Offensive Tackle:

1. Jeremiah Sirles
2. Tyler Moore
3. Andrew Rodriguez
4. Brent Qvale

Defensive End:

1. Cameron Meredith
2. Eric Martin
3. Jason Ankrah
4. Joe Carter

Defensive Tackle:

1. Baker Steinkuhler
2. Chase Rome
3. Thad Randle
4. Todd Peat, Jr.

Linebackers:

1. Will Compton
2. Sean Fisher
3. Zaire Anderson
4. Alonzo Whaley
5. David Santos
6. Michael Rose

Cornerback:

1. Mohammed Seisay
2. Andrew Green
3. Ciante Evans
4. Stanley Jean-Baptiste

Safety:

1. Daimion Stafford
2. PJ Smith
3. Courtney Osborne
4. Corey Cooper

Kicker/Punter:

1. Brett Maher
2. Mauro Bondi

Thanks to all who participated. Feel free to make any of your own adjustments in the comments section.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Derek-Johnson/1213345316 Derek Johnson

    First, it just shows how optimistic fans are by putting Tommy Armstrong as backup QB. Also surprising how Andrew Rodriguez isn’t a started. The defense is peculiar: lots of experience for three or four years, but few real impact players.

  • n.f

    wheres Afalava? seen his high school tapes, looks pretty legit and def a hard hitting player.

  • http://twitter.com/eightlaces Brandon Cavanaugh

    He had five votes. Not enough to crack the two deep.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/4IBYDJZ7JSZABNYZB3JRFF56GA SinginRabbit

    I’m quite shocked that people voted for Martinez to start at quarterback. He would be my choice, but with the way people bash him all the time, I figured he’d be a third stringer.

    Gives me a little more confidence in our fan base.

    • http://twitter.com/eightlaces Brandon Cavanaugh

      Simply because he has his play constantly critiqued, and there’s plenty to critique, doesn’t mean he’s not the best option. Make of that what you will.