BY Todd Dybas 08:24PM 04/12/2011

Projecting the Huskies’ two-deep

About midway through spring football, the positional pecking order is becoming more clear.

Washington running back Chris Polk is one of the no-doubt starters if the depth chart came out today. Or any day, for that matter. / Drew McKenzie, Sportspress Northwest

Midway through Thursday’s practice, the Huskies will be half done with their allotted 15 spring practices.

At the start of spring ball, the quarterback battle between Nick Montana and Keith Price was the focal point. There has been little else to veer the spotlight away.

For kicks, knowing this is the halfway point of spring football, let’s assemble what a two-deep may look like if the Huskies had to play this Saturday and everyone who has been involved this spring (at least was out on the field) was available:

QB
1. Keith Price
2. Nick Montana

RB
1. Chris Polk
2. Jesse Callier

FB
1. Zach Fogerson
2. Jonathan Amosa

WR
1. Jermaine Kearse
2. Cody Bruns

WR
1. Devin Aguilar
2. DiAndre Campbell

WR
1. Kevin Smith
2. James Johnson

TE
1. Austin Seferian-Jenkins
2. Michael Hartvigson

LT
1. Senio Kelemete
2. Micah Hatchie

LG
1. Erik Kohler
2. Colin Tanigawa

C
1. Drew Schaefer
2. Daniel Kanczugowski

RG
1. Colin Porter
2. James Atoe

RT
1. Ben Riva
2. Skyler Fancher

Defense

DE
1. Hau’oli Jamora
2. Talia Crichton

DT
1. Alameda Ta’amu
2. Lawrence Lagafuaina

DT
1. Sione Potoa’e
2. Chris Robinson

DE
1. Everette Thompson
2. Josh Shirley

CB
1. Quinton Richardson
2. Anthony Gobern

CB
1. Desmond Trufant
2. Greg Ducre

WLB
1. Garret Gilliland
2. Thomas Tutogi

MLB
1. Cort Dennison
2. Tim Tucker

SLB
1. John Timu
2. Jordan Wallace

SS
1. Sean Parker
2. Justin Glenn

FS
1. Nate Fellner
2. Will Shamburger

K
1. Erik Folk

Punter
1. Kiel Rasp or Will Mahan

Long snapper
1. Brendan Lopez

Kickoff returners
Jesse Callier and Kevin Smith

Punt returners
Devin Aguilar
Jesse Callier

Holder
Cody Bruns
William Chandler

This will obviously get a shakeup in the fall. Incoming receiver Kasen Williams will challenge to be in the rotation, if not start. When Deontae Cooper heals, he’ll challenge for carries and kick return duties.

Semisi Tokolahi (DT), Princeton Fuimaono (LB) and Cooper Pelluer (LB) should also be back.

Overall, the two-deep shows improved depth on a team that is now mostly Steve Sarkisian recruits.


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