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FAU releases depth chart for first spring practice under Carl Pelini

FAU released its spring depth chart moments ago.

If it isn't already out of date, it will be by the end of the first practice. Still, it's a starting point for the Pelini area, and if FAU cared enough to put out an initial spring depth chart we're going to pass it on to Owl fans.

A couple of quick takes from the depth chart:

  • Graham Wilbert is listed atop the depth chart at QB. Stephen Curtis is the back-up.
  • With no fullback in the new spread offense Xavier Stinson (pictured) is the first string running back, followed by Damian Fortner.
  • There are no junior college players, transfers or other January enrollees on the two-deep. That is not uncommon, and certainly won't stay that way.
  • Marcelo Bonani will apparently get the first shot to replace Mickey Groody at punter, but that may be because FAU felt the need to put somebody in that slot.
  • Cory Henry is listed as a starting defensive end, but Martin Wright is still at linebacker.

Take a look at the rest of the chart.

Offense
WR DeAndre Richardson / William Dukes
WR Derek Moise / Jerrard Hunter
WR Marcus Cunningham / Paul Moore
LT Troy Niblack / Christopher Chappell
LG Andy Czuprynski / DeAndre Williams
C Jimmie Colley / Jordan Sessa
RG Erik Hansen / Mike Marsaille
RT Joe Bailey / Robbert Nasiff
TE Nexon Dorvilus / Alex DeLeon
QB Graham Wilbert / Stephen Curtis
RB Xavier Stinson / Damian Fortner

Defense
DE Cory Henry / Joe Henry
DT Jimmy Jean / Andrew Stryffler
DT David Baptiste / Matt Chaney
DE Robinson Eugene / Nicardo Henry
LB Martin Wright
LB David Hinds / Andrae Kirk
LB Randell Johnson / Michael Copeland
CB Keith Reaser / D.J. Frye-Smith
SS Brentley Harstad / David Lozandier
FS Demetrius Williamson / David Parms
CB Treon Howard / Winfred Strickland

Special Teams
P Marcelo Bonani
K Vinny Zaccario
LS Tim Raber
 

 

March 16, 2012

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