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Auburn depth chart for season opener against Washington State

Here is Auburn's depth chart for the season opener against Washington State

QB           14            NICK MARSHALL (6-1, 210, Jr.)

                12            Jonathan Wallace (6-2, 206, So.) OR

                  6            Jeremy Johnson (6-5, 219, Fr.)

RB           21            TRE MASON (5-10, 205, Jr.)

                44            Cameron Artis-Payne (5-11, 210, Jr.)

HB           35            JAY PROSCH (6-0, 258, Sr.)

                40            Gage Batten (6-0, 235, RFr.)

TE            11            BRANDON FULSE (6-4, 263, Jr.) OR

                81            C.J. UZOMAH (6-4, 258, Jr.)

WR          18            SAMMIE COATES (6-2, 201, So.) OR

                81            C.J. UZOMAH (6-4, 258, Jr.)

WR          89            JAYLON DENSON (6-3, 219, Jr.)

               11            Brandon Fulse (6-4, 263, Jr.)

WR           4            QUAN BRAY (5-10, 186, Jr.)

                1            Trovon Reed (6-0, 190, Jr.)

WR           5            RICARDO LOUIS (6-2, 215, So.)

                80            Marcus Davis (5-9, 176, Fr.)

LT            73            GREG ROBINSON (6-5, 320, So.)

               72            Shon Coleman (6-6, 299, RFr.)

LG            63            ALEX KOZAN (6-4, 297, RFr.)

                53            Devonte Danzey (6-4, 282, So.)

C              50            REESE DISMUKES (6-3, 297, Jr.)

                65            Tunde Fariyike (6-2, 305, Jr.)

RG           62            CHAD SLADE (6-5, 313, Jr.)

               76            Jordan Diamond (6-6, 315, RFr.)

RT            51            PATRICK MILLER (6-7, 283, So.)

                56            Avery Young (6-6, 304, RFr.)

PK            36            CODY PARKEY (6-0, 190, Sr.)

                38            Daniel Carlson (6-4, 205, Fr.)

P              30            STEVEN CLARK (6-5, 230, Sr.)

                28            Jimmy Hutchinson (6-2, 190, Fr.)

H             19            RYAN WHITE (5-11, 196, Sr.)

                12            Jonathan Wallace (6-2, 206, S0.)

DS           59            JAKE LEMBKE (6-2, 240, Sr.)

                48            FORREST HILL (6-1, 247, Jr.)

DE           13            CRAIG SANDERS (6-4, 245, Sr.)

                94            Nosa Eguae (6-3, 269, Sr.) OR

                97            Elijah Daniel (6-2, 264, Fr.)

DT           98            ANGELO BLACKSON (6-4, 310, Jr.)

                   1           Montravius Adams (6-4, 305, Fr.) OR

                93            JaBrian Niles (6-2, 293, So.)

DT           54            JEFFREY WHITAKER (6-4, 310, Sr.) OR

               90            GABE WRIGHT (6-3, 296, Jr.)

               50            Ben Bradley (6-1, 295, Jr.)

DE           10            LaDARIUS OWENS (6-2, 250, Jr.)

                92            Kenneth Carter (6-4, 280, Sr.) OR

                55            Carl Lawson (6-2, 258, Fr.)

MLB          5            JAKE HOLLAND (6-1, 240, Sr.)

                17            Kris Frost (6-2, 238, So.)

WLB         8            CASSANOVA McKINZY (6-3, 246, So.)

                43            Anthony Swain (6-2, 239, So.) OR

                16            JaViere Mitchell (6-2, 205, RFr.)

Star         26            JUSTIN GARRETT (6-1, 218, Jr.)

                27            Robenson Therezie (5-9, 204, Jr.)

CB              6            JONATHON MINCY (5-10, 200, Jr.)

                37            Kamryn Melton (5-10, 173, Fr.)

FS              9            JERMAINE WHITEHEAD (5-11, 201, Jr.)

                24            Ryan Smith (6-2, 194, Sr.)

BS            15            JOSHUA HOLSEY (5-11, 197, So.)

                25            Kiehl Frazier (6-2, 224, Jr.)

CB            11            CHRIS DAVIS (5-11, 200, Sr.)

                19            Ryan White (5-11, 196, Sr.)

KR            21            Tre Mason (5-10, 205, Jr.)

                20            Corey Grant (5-11, 205, Jr.)

                  4            Quan Bray (5-10, 186, Jr.)

                  5            Ricardo Louis (6-2, 215, So.)

PR            11            Chris Davis (5-11, 200, Sr.)

                  4            Quan Bray (5-10, 186, Jr.)

                  1            Trovon Reed (6-0, 190, Jr.)

INFORMATION SOURCE: Auburn Athletics Dept.

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