IU’s first 2012 depth chart … which may or may not be relevant

The depth chart for Kevin Wilson’s first opener didn’t look anything like it did at the end of spring practice, and there’s little reason to believe that the depth chart on Sept. 1 will look anything like the one in the Indiana media guide.

That being said, the depth chart in the media guide — which was released to reporters at Big Ten Media Days — provides some concept of how Wilson and his staff viewed the competition for positions through the end of spring practice. Incoming freshmen are not included, and as last year showed, they can change the entire dynamic of the lineup.

Regardless, the media guide depth chart follows.

OFFENSE

LT

74 Charlie Chapman, 6-6, 299, Sr./Jr.

79 Gregory Lewis, 6-5, 287, So./Fr.

LG

73 Bernard Taylor, 6-2, 284, So./So.

71 Bill Ivan, 6-44, 292, Jr./So.

C

60 Will Matte, 6-2, 289, Sr./5th

64 Collin Rahrig, 6-2, 270, Jr./So.

RG

64 Collin Rahrig, 6-2, 270, Jr./So.

76 Cody Evers, 6-4, 315, Jr./So.

RT

59 Peyton Eckert, 6-6, 289, So./So.

57 Pete Bachman, 6-5, 279 Jr./So.

WR

1 Shane Wynn, 5-7, 155, So./So.

14 Nick Stoner, 6-1, 167, So./So.

WR

13 Kofi Hughes, 6-2, 207, Jr./Jr.

81 Duwyce Wilson, 6-3, 198, Sr./Jr.

WR

3 Cody Latimer 6-3, 208, So./So.

84 Jamonne Chester 6-2, 208, Sr./Jr.

QB

5 Tre Roberson, 6-0, 181, So./So.

2 Cameron Coffman, 6-2, 187, So./So.

RB

12 Stephen Houston, 6-0, 220, Sr./Jr.

20 D’Angelo Roberts, 5-10, 192, So./So.

TE

83 Ted Bolser, 6-6, 248, Sr./Jr.

85 Charles Love III, 6-3, 238, Sr./5th

DEFENSE

LE

95 Bobby Richardson, 6-3, 273, So./So.

94 Javon Cornely, 6-5, 243, Sr./Jr.

DT

97 Larry Black Jr., 6-2, 303, Sr./5th

99 Adarius Rayner, 6-2, 291, So./Fr.

DT

98 Adam Replogle, 6-3, 294, Sr./Sr.

75 Nicholas Sliger, 6-3, 285, Sr./5th

RE

25 Ryan Phillis, 6-3, 261, Jr./So.

92 Justin Rayside, 6-3, 246, Jr./Jr.

WLB

34 Jacarri Alexander, 6-1, 230, Sr./Jr.

51 Kyle Kennedy, 6-3, 229, So./Fr.

MLB

42 David Cooper, 6-1, 225, Jr./So.

49 Griffen Dahlstrom, 6-3, 22, Sr./Jr.

SLB

47 Chase Hoobler, 6-2, 246, Jr./So.

46 Mike Replogle, 6-2, 234 So./So.

LCB

9 Greg Heban, 6-1 190, Sr./Jr.

22 Kenny Mullen 5-10, 174, So./So.

S

37 Mark Murphy 6-2, 208, So./So.

19 Ryan Thompson 5-10, 191, Jr./Jr.

S

27 Alexander Webb 6-0, 197, Sr./5th

8 Drew Hardin, 6-0, 209, Jr./So.

RCB

23 Lawrence Barnett, 5-10, 192, Sr./Jr.

17 Michael Hunter, 6-1, 177

SPECIAL TEAMS

K

16 Mitch Ewald 5-10, 172, Sr./Jr.

99 Nick Freeland, 6-0, 200, Sr./5th

P

7 Mitchell Voss, 5-11, 178, Sr./Jr.

36 Erich Toth, 6-3, 192, So./Fr.

LS

91 Matt Dooley, 6-4, 257, So./So.

87 Leneil Himes, 6-1 278, Jr./So.

H

7 Mitchell Voss, 5-11, 178, Sr./Jr.

2 Cameron Coffman, 6-2, 187, So./So.

KR

1 Shane Wynn, 5-7, 155, So./So.

22 Kenny Mullen, 5-10, 174, So./So.

PR

14 Nick Stoner, 6-1, 167, So./So.

23 Lawrence Barnett, 5-10, 192, Sr./Jr.

15 comments

  1. Only 2 seniors on th two deep offense, 4 on defense, and 1 on special teams. When you add in this year’s freshman class (2012) and next Year’s freshman class (2013), you start to see some quality depth being built. But we have to see doe wins, 4 in 2012 and 6 or more in 2013. Let’s give Coach Wilson 4 full years before we make his seat “hot”.

  2. Hell why not give Coach Wilson ten years before the seat gets hot…
    What does Hoosier football has to lose ?

    Anyways good luck this season

  3. byrd, I know you were probably kidding but, if he shows any progress at all, you’re right.

  4. 4 wins in 2012 is a stretch…not impossible, but a stretch. We would really need to win all of our non conference matches as we are not B10 competitive at this time so a B10 win is probably not in the cards this year. But, we are getting there!

  5. We played three big 10 teams tough last year. Do I expect to beat them? No, but I’m looking for more competitiveness and clear improvement on both sides of the ball. The improvement of the 32 frost receiving time with the influx of a new class that addresses many needs can give IU hope for 5 wins, maybe. Let’s just get that first, though.

  6. I know football stories are newsworthy right now, but surely, at some point, we’ll get an answer to what most Hoosiers fans are really thinking about right now–what’s going to happen with the basketball scholarship situation? I think they have to make a reasonably conclusive decision by 8/1 and here it is late afternoon on 7/31. Like I said, surely they’ll make a decision soon and announce it to the public.

  7. 2 deep sure has many different names from the 1 starting last years Fall camp.

    I believe “drop dead day” 1st day of Fall classes.

  8. I’ll betcha Clarion pulled that info from your Chicago Tribune piece.

    Nothing happened to alleviate that scholarship crunch, however. There were no transfers, all five incoming freshmen matriculated and forward Christian Watford and center Cody Zeller opted not to attempt early entries into the NBA draft. As it stands, the Hoosiers are still oversigned for the 2012-13 season even without Roth. They have 14 players scheduled to be on scholarship, though 13 is the NCAA limit. They have until Aug. 20, the first day of the fall semester, to rectify that situation whether they decide to bring Roth back or not.

  9. Why is Kartje still listed on the left side of the Scoop under “Your Scoop Crew”? GET HIM OFF OF THERE! HE’S NOT AROUND ANYMORE!

  10. Not so HfH actually it was easy to remember since it has been posted on the scoop more than once and on the Thursday chat numerous times in the last 60 days.

  11. Thanks for the clarification. I never get a chance to join the chat and was misremembering that the date was around 8/1. Yes, I just referenced W. with ‘misremembering.’

  12. I like the height of the O-line as presented in the post, but I’m hope the players’ weight that is listed is data from last year. I hope that the two-deep guys have all put on some additional weight, in the form of muscle. I know KW emphasized that his team needed to get “bigger” (meaning heavier) and “stronger” (meaning weight from muscle) in the off-season. These numbers don’t appear to reflect the O-line getting bigger (heavier), so I’m hoping this is old data.

    With the exception of the center, it is my opinion that Big Ten Offensive linemen need to be at or above 300 lbs. IU has two or three guys at that weight, but needs to have eight. Dustin, please tell us if the weights listed is recent information or obtained from last season.

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