Full Depth Chart

OFFENSE

LT
76 Rodger Saffold, 6-5, 318, Sr./Sr.
72 Andrew McDonald, 6-6, 309, Jr./So.

LG
65 Marc Damisch, 6-6, 304, So./Fr.
70 Justin Pagán, 6-5, 311, So./So.

C
60 Will Matte, 6-2, 285, So./Fr.
59 Mike Reiter, 6-2, 303, Sr./5th

RG
64 Pete Saxon, 6-6, 293, Sr./Sr.
62 Jordan Marquette, 6-3, 294, Sr./Jr.

RT
73 James Brewer, 6-8, 331, Sr./Jr.
77 Josh Hager, 6-9, 296, Jr./So.

WR
88 Damarlo Belcher, 6-5, 214, So./So.
15 Matt Ernest, 6-2, 188, Jr./So.

WR
1 Terrance Turner, 6-3, 208, Sr./Jr.
81 Duwyce Wilson, 6-3, 200, Fr./Fr.

WR
2 Tandon Doss, 6-3, 199, So./So.
5 Mitchell Evans, 6-3, 200, Jr./Jr.

QB
4 Ben Chappell, 6-3, 235, Sr./Jr.
13 Edward Wright-Baker, 6-1, 210, Fr./Fr.

RB
22 Demetrius McCray, 5-11, 209, Sr./5th
28 Darius Willis, 6-0, 219, So./Fr.
21 Trea Burgess, 6-1, 231, Sr./Jr.
27 Bryan Payton, 5-9, 205, Sr./5th

TE
89 Brian Zematis, 6-4, 247, Sr./5th
41 Max Dedmond, 6-5, 247, Jr./So.

DEFENSE

LE
92 Greg Middleton, 6-3, 284, Sr./Sr.
44 Darius Johnson, 6-0, 249, Jr./So.

DT
52 Jarrod Smith, 6-4, 301, Sr./Jr.
75 Nicholas Sliger, 6-3, 295, So./Fr.

DT
97 Larry Black, Jr., 6-2, 306, So./Fr.
69 Mick Mentzer, 6-4, 308, So./Fr.
98 Adam Replogle, 6-3, 282, Fr./Fr.

RE
57 Jammie Kirlew, 6-3, 259, Sr./5th
55 Deonte Mack, 6-3, 286, Sr./Jr.

WLB
34 Will Patterson, 6-1, 237, Sr./Sr.
42 Chad Sherer, 6-0, 217, So./Fr.

MLB
43 Matt Mayberry, 6-2, 237, Sr./Sr.
48 Leon Beckum, 5-11, 224, Jr./So.

SLB
46 Tyler Replogle, 6-2, 236, Jr./Jr.
25 Justin Carrington, 6-0, 224, Sr./5th

CB
7 Ray Fisher, 5-9, 185, Sr./Sr.
23 Adrian Burks, 6-0, 180, Sr./Jr.

FS
8 Nick Polk, 6-0, 219, Sr./5th
14 Jerimy Finch, 6-1, 216, Jr./Jr.

SS
20 Austin Thomas, 6-2, 220, Sr./5th
29 Chris Adkins, 6-1, 187, Jr./So.

CB
6 Richard Council, 6-1, 197, Sr./Jr.
10 Donnell Jones, 5-10, 207, Jr./So.

SPECIAL TEAMS

PK
99 Nick Freeland, 5-11, 195, So./Fr.
39 Mitch Ewald, 5-10, 160, Fr./Fr.

P
12 Chris Hagerup, 6-5, 211, Jr./So.
30 Charlie Klingensmith, 6-0, 181, Sr./Sr.

LS
53 Brandon Bugg, 6-0, 241, Sr./5th
95 Jeff Sanders, 6-4, 237, Sr./Jr.

SS
95 Jeff Sanders, 6-4, 237, Sr./Jr.
53 Brandon Bugg, 6-0, 241, Sr./5th

H
17 Teddy Schell, 6-5, 218, Jr./So.
14 Adam Follett, 6-5, 224, So./Fr.

KR
2 Tandon Doss, 6-3, 199, So./So.
7 Ray Fisher, 5-9, 185, Sr./Sr.

PR
2 Tandon Doss, 6-3, 199, So./So.
7 Ray Fisher, 5-9, 185, Sr./Sr.

9 comments

  1. Dustin…any idea when Cody Faulkner will be available for game action? He would at least add depth to the o-line.

  2. admit I had a couple drinks before the game but if Fisher is first team and has been for so long, why was he not out there at the beginning of the game for so many plays? Help me here?

  3. What’s the update with Faulkner and Alex Perry- they both played and contributed a great deal in 2008, are they injured, and if so, what is the expectation surrounding their return.-jco

  4. A couple of answers here. I’m not totally certain about Faulkner and Perry. I’ll check on that today at Lynch’s press conference. Fisher was suspended for the first half for reasons Lynch wouldn’t elaborate on. As for Finch, he’s been stuck on the second team behind Thomas and Polk at every practice I’ve been to. At the end of the day, I think the IU coaching staff just think those two are better than him.

  5. I can understand that there may be undue hype about Finch. And he’s battled injuries. And he’s playing behind more experienced players. Nonetheless, I think they’ve got to find a way to get him on the field some, no? To be honest, I don’t know if he was in on any special teams or at any time last week, but he has big league talent and needs to see some action.

  6. Wisco,

    I have to agree with you. There are freshmen starting at schools all over the country, even major D1 schools, and you’re telling me Finch can’t find the field at all in his junior season, second at IU.

    Folks, this is a team coming off a 3-9 season that has a horrendous defense. I don’t care if he’s still learning the scheme, he’s the most athletic kid on the team, he should at least be spitting time at safety. The only way he’ll improve at this point is to get him on the field.

    Once the season was in the tank last year Lynch should have had him getting up to speed so he’d be ready to step in this year.

  7. Finch did play on the punt return teams on the line rushing the punter….but not all out.

    Last year he blocked a few, and covered kickoffs too. He was not on the field covering kickoffs vs. EKU….at least not that I could tell.

    I too would like to see JF play some. We allowed almost 400 yards to a 1-aa school, how much worse could he have done?

    GoHoosiers!

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