Analyzing Auburn’s Depth Chart for Mercer

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    Putting the Clemson week behind us, the Tigers have a lot to work on, both offensively and defensively. The offense managed six points because of defensive penalties and starting a drive inside the 10-yard line. The defense looked good, but the secondary failing to turn their heads and missed tackles lead to Clemson’s 14 points. 14 points, mind you, shouldn’t have been enough for Clemson to win. Had I been told Clemson would’ve only scored 14 points, I would have bet a paycheck on Auburn to win the game.

    Unfortunately, these games happen, so it’s time to move on. I’m going to analyze the depth chart for the Mercer game. If you haven’t already, check out The First Look at the Mercer game.

    OFFENSE
    QB
    1. 8 JARRETT STIDHAM (6-3, 214, So.)
    2. 13 Sean White (6-0, 211, Jr.)

    I expect big things from this group. I’d like to see Jarrett play a majority of this game just to get him in game reps. If Stidham passes for less than 250 and 2 touchdowns, I’d consider it a disappointment.

    RB
    1. 36 KAMRYN PETTWAY (6-0, 235, Jr.) -OR-
    1. 21 KERRYON JOHNSON (6-0, 212, Jr.)

    Hopefully, we can get some reps for strings 3 and 4. There are still some issues that need to be worked out, scheme wise, but on the whole, this group is solid.

    HB
    1. 27 CHANDLER COX (6-1, 219, Jr.)
    2. 99 Spencer Nigh (6-0, 270, So.) -OR-
    2. 42 Keenan Sweeney (6-0, 237, Jr.)

    TE
    1. 85 JALEN HARRIS (6-4, 252, Jr.)
    2. 86 Tucker Brown (6-3, 288, Jr.)

    HB and TE are continuing to be solid groups. Their names haven’t come up, and typically this is a good thing.

    WR (9/Split end)
    1. 81 DARRIUS SLAYTON (6-2, 190, So.) -OR-
    1. 11 KYLE DAVIS (6-2, 213, So.)

    WR (3/Slot)
    1. 3 NATE CRAIG-MYERS (6-2, 213, So.)
    2. 80 Sal Cannella (6-5, 288, So.) -OR-
    2. 17 Marquis McClain (6-2, 226, RFr.)

    WR (5/Big slot)
    1. 12 ELI STOVE (6-0, 183, So)
    2. 19 Noah Igninoghene (5-11, 186, Fr.)

    This has probably been the biggest disappointment for me this season. The receivers could not get open down the field. I really would like to see them step it up in the coming weeks.

    LT
    1. 76 PRINCE TEGA WANOGHO (6-7, 301, So)
    2. 66 Bailey Shap (6-5, 300, So.)

    LG
    1. 64 MIKE HORTON (6-4, 318, So.)
    2. 77 Marquel Harrell (6-3, 308, So.)

    C
    1. 73 AUSTIN GOLSON (6-5, 312, Sr.)
    2. 50 Casey Dunn (6-4, 292, Sr.)

    RG
    1. 71 BRADEN SMITH (6-6, 303, Sr.)
    2. 74 Wilson Bell (6-5, 355, Sr.)

    RT
    1. 78 DARIUS JAMES (6-4, 324, Sr.)
    2. 70 Calvin Ashley (6-6, 310, Fr.)

    This group has also been a huge disappointment. They haven’t been getting the push in the run game and they’ve been letting too many people get to the QB.

    DEFENSE
    BUCK
    1. 4 JEFF HOLLAND (6-2, 249, Jr.)
    2. 10 Paul James III (6-3, 260, Jr.) -OR-
    2. 55 TD Moultry (6-2, 240, Fr.)

    DT
    1. 95 DONTAVIUS RUSSELL (6-3, 310, Jr.)
    2. 9 Byron Coward (6-3, 283, Jr.) -OR-
    2. 94 Tyrone Truesdell, (6-2, 338, Fr.)

    DT
    1. 5 DERRICK BROWN (6-5, 316, So.)
    2. 79 Andrew Williams (6-4, 286, Jr.)

    DE
    1. 3 MARLON DAVIDSON (6-3, 282, So.)
    2. 91 Nick Coe (6-5, 270, RFr.) – OR-
    2. 1 Big Kat Bryant (6-5, 224, Fr.)

    This defensive line group has lived up to the HYPE. I told everyone to watch out for Jeff Holland and he has been spectacular in the first two games of this season. Derrick Brown and Marlon Davidson have also been very effective. Nick Coe is proving he can provide a great pass rush. This group already has 5 sacks between them this season.

    SAM
    1. 49 DARRELL WILLIAMS (6-2, 244, Jr.)
    2. 51 Richard McBryde (6-1, 237, So.)

    MIKE
    1. 57 DESHAUN DAVIS (5-11, 246, Jr.)
    2. 33 K.J. Britt (6-0, 239, Fr.) -OR-
    2. 17 Chandler Wooten (6-2, 237, Fr.)

    Will
    1. 30 TRE’ WILLIAMS (6-2, 186, Sr.)
    2. 48 Montavious Atkinson (6-1, 218, Jr.)

    This group has played very solid in both the games this season. this group is doing a good job containing the run and helping out in the pass, pretty much what you need line backers for.

    CB
    1. 13 JAVARIS DAVIS (5-10, 186, So.) -OR-
    1. 12 JAMEL DEAN (6-2, 215, So.)
    2. 22 John Broussard Jr. (5-11, 172, So.)

    FS
    1. 28 TRAY MATTHEWS (6-1, 209, Sr.)
    2. 10 Nick Ruffin (6-0, 202, Sr.) -OR-
    2. 20 Jeremiah Dinson (6-0, 186, So.)

    SS
    1. 14 STEPHEN ROBERTS (5-11, 189, Sr.)
    2. 24 Daniel Thomas (5-11, 203, So.) -OR-
    2. 25 Jason Smith (6-1, 186, Sr.)

    CB
    1. 6 CARLTON DAVIS (6-1, 203, Jr.)
    2. 21 Travion Leonard (6-0, 191, Fr.)

    NICKEL
    1. 24 DANIEL THOMAS (5-11, 213, Jr.) -OR-
    1. 20 JEREMIAH DINSON (6-0, 186, So.)
    2. 15 Jordan Peters (6-1, 185, Fr.)

    The secondary played well against Clemson. They gave up 185 yards in the air, but that wasn’t an all game problem. There were few drives that were bad, but for the most part, they played well.

    SPECIAL TEAMS
    PK
    1. 38 DANIEL CARLSON (6-4, 223, Sr.)
    2. 26 Anders Carlson (6-5, 200, Fr.) -OR-
    2. 31 Sage Ledbetter (6-0, 181, RFr.)

    P
    1. 43 IAN SHANNON (6-3, 222, So.)
    2. 41 Aidan Marshall (5-11, 163, Fr.) -OR-
    2. 27 Tyler Stovall (6-0, 213, Sr.)

    H
    1. 29 TYLER STOVALL (6-0, 213, Sr.)

    LS
    1. 69 IKE POWELL (6-3, 267, Sr.)
    2. 60 Bill Taylor (6-3, 227, Fr.)

    PR
    1. 14 STEPHEN ROBERTS (5-11, 189, Sr.)
    2. 23 Ryan Davis (5-9, 175, Jr.)

    KR
    1. 21 KERRYON JOHNSON (6-0, 212, Jr.) -AND-
    1. 13 JARVAIS DAVIS (5-10, 186, So.)
    2. 6 Devan Barrett (6-0, 185, Fr.) -AND-
    2. 19 Noah Igninoghene (5-11, 186, Fr.)

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