IU releases depth chart ahead of Nebraska game

There are no major changes to this week’s official depth chart, released by Indiana on Tuesday afternoon.

Of note, Dan Feeney is still listed as a possibility at right guard, while there’s no sign of Robert McCray on the defensive line’s two-deep. McCray made his season debut at Ohio State.

The boundary corner position is also unchanged. Freshman A’Shon Riggins, who remains listed as a second-teamer, made his first career start there on Saturday.

Elsewhere, freshman Khalil Bryant is now listed as safety Jonathan Crawford’s backup. Drew Conrad is also listed as IU’s backup punter.

Here’s the full depth chart:

LT: Coy Cronk
, Delroy Baker
LG: Wes Martin, Hunter Littlejohn
C: Wes Rogers, Simon Stepaniak
RG: Dan Feeney or Jacob Bailey
RT: Brandon Knight DaVondre Love
WR: Ricky Jones, Luke Timian
WR: Nick Westbrook, Donavan Hale
WR: Mitchell Paige, Isaac James
QB: Richard Lagow, Danny Cameron or Zander Diamont
RB: Devine Redding, Mike Majette, Devonte Williams
TE: Danny Friend, Austin Dorris or Ian Thomas

DE: Greg Gooch
, Nile Sykes
DT: Nate Hoff, Ja’merez Bowen
DT: Ralph Green III, Patrick Dougherty
DE: Jacob Robinson, Brandon Wilson
LB: Marcus Oliver, Chris Covington
LB: Tegray Scales, Dawson Fletcher
CB: Rashard Fant, Tyler Green
HUSKY: Marcelino Ball, Zeke Walker
S: Jonathan Crawford, Khalil Bryant
S: Tony Fields, Chase Dutra
CB: Ben Bach, A’Shon Riggins

K: Griffin Oakes
, Aaron Del Grosso
P: Joseph Gedeon, Drew Conrad
LS: Dan Godsil, Logan Robbins
H: Joseph Gedeon, Mitchell Paige
KR: Devonte Williams, Ricky Brookins
PR: Mitchell Paige, Rashard Fant


  1. I have been wondering the same thing. I saw him dressed on the sidelines at the MSU game, but never saw him in the game. If he is as good as Wilson has claimed, he could really perk up our passing game.
    If Feeney can play this week, I think our running game will improve greatly and we will beat Nebraska.
    Jalen Hurd, UT’s starting RB, suffered a concussion two games ago and he is now supposed to play this Saturday against Alabama. I know all concussions are different, but it was an awfully long time ago that Feeney suffered his. I really wonder if he hasn’t made it back so far, that maybe he won’t be back at all.

  2. Ranger, I agree with you. Feeney suffered his concussion during the Ball State game played on September 10. He’s been out three games played over four weeks. I’m glad IU is being cautious and protecting his health, but four weeks is a very long time to sit out as a result of a concussion. I feel bad for Feeney, because missing at least three games due to a concussion will definitely affect his status during next year’s NFL draft.

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