Depth Chart Notes: Week 9

Jela Duncan

Running down the moves on the depth chart as released by Coach Cutcliffe on Tuesday afternoon

OFFENSE
Left Tackle
?73 - Takoby Cofield (6-4, 305, R-So.)
?79 - David Harding (6-4, 285, R-Jr.)?

?Left Guard
?74 - David Harding (6-4, 285, R-Jr.)
?62 - Matt Skura (6-4, 290, R-Fr.)?

?Center
?68 - Brian Moore (6-2, 285, R-Sr.)
?76 - Conner Irwin (6-4, 285, R-Sr.) ?

?Right Guard
?77 - Laken Tomlinson (6-3, 320, R-So.)
?52 - Marcus Aprahamian (6-4, 300, R-Fr.)

Right Tackle
?72 - Perry Simmons (6-5, 300, R-Jr.)
?70 - John Coleman (6-4, 290, R-Jr.) OR
66 - Carson Ginn (6-6, 290, R-Fr.)?

?Tight End
?80 - David Reeves (6-5, 250, R-Fr.)
?17 - Issac Blakeney (6-6, 235, R-So.) OR
88 - Erich Schneider (6-7, 225, Fr.)?

?Quarterback
?19 - Sean Renfree (6-5, 225, R-Sr.)
?8 - Anthony Boone (6-0, 235, R-So.)?

?Runningback
?23 - Juwan Thompson (5-11, 225, Jr.)
?9 - Josh Snead (5-9, 170, R-So.)
25 - Jela Duncan (5-10, 200, Fr.)?

?Wide Receiver
?2 - Conner Vernon (6-1, 200, Sr.)
?87 - Max McCaffrey (6-2, 185, Fr.)?

?Wide Receiver
?33 - Desmond Scott (5-9, 190, Sr.)
?17 - Issac Blakeney (6-6, 235, R-So.)?

?Wide Receiver
?3 - Jamison Crowder (5-9, 175, So.)
?14 - Corey Gattis (5-11, 165, R-Jr.)?

DEFENSE
Defensive End

?92 - Justin Foxx (6-3, 245, R-Jr.)
42 - Dezmond Johnson (6-4, 250, R-So.)
?34 - Jonathan Woodruff (6-3, 220, So.)?

?Nose Guard
?82 - Sydney Sarmiento (6-4, 300, R-Jr.)
?60 - Steven Ingram (6-2, 315, R-So.)
98 - Carlos Wray (6-2, 280, Fr.)?

?Defensive Tackle
?97 - Nick Sink (6-5, 285, R-So.)
91 - Jamal Bruce (6-1, 285, R-So.)
95 - Jamal Wallace (6-4, 275, R-So.)?

?Defensive End
?84 - Kenny Anunike (6-5, 260, R-Sr.)
?94 - Jordan DeWalt-Ondijo (6-4, 240, R-So.)?

?Will Linebacker
?54 - C.J. France (6-0, 230, R-So.)
47 - David Helton (6-4, 230, So.)?

?Mike Linebacker
?45 - Austin Gamble (6-1, 245, Sr.)
56 - Kyler Brown (6-4, 225, r-Fr.) ?

?Cornerback
?6 - Ross Cockrell (6-0, 180, R-Jr.)
?24 - Garrett Patterson (6-1, 190, R-Jr.)?

?Cornerback
?20 - Lee Butler (5-11, 185, R-Sr.)
?31 - Tony Foster (6-1, 180, R-Sr.) ?

?Safety (R)
16 - Dwayne Norman (6-1, 195, Fr.)
?5 - Brandon Braxton (6-1, 210, Jr.)?

?Safety (S)
?38 - Jordon Byas (6-1, 220, R-Sr.)
40 - Dwayne Norman (6-1, 195, Fr)?

?Safety (B)
?4 - Walt Canty (6-1, 220, Sr.)
?40 - Dwayne Norman (6-1, 195, Fr)?

SPECIAL TEAMS
Place-kicker/Kickoff

?35 - Ross Martin (5-9, 185, Fr.)
?41 - Will Monday (6-4, 210, R-Fr.)?

?Punter
?41 - Will Monday (6-4, 210, R-Fr.)?

?Long Snapper
?78 - Jackson Anderson (6-4, 260, R-Sr.)
?39 - Jacques Bristow (6-4, 205, Jr.)?

?Kickoff Return
?20 - Lee Butler (5-11, 185, R-Sr.)
25 - Jela Duncan (5-10, 200, Fr.) 43 - Patrick Kurunwune (5-9, 230, R-Sr.)
?

?Punt Return
2 - Conner Vernon (6-1, 200, Sr.)
?3 - Jameson Crowder (5-9, 175, So.)
OR ?20 - Lee Butler (5-11, 185, R-Sr.) ?


NOTES

1. True freshman Tanner Stone has moved off the two-deep. David Harding is now the primary backup at left tackle. Similarly, Issac Blakeney has moved to the primary backup at tight end, and the top backup reciever.

2. Justin Foxx is healthy and listed as the starter at defensive end, pushing Dezmond Johnson down one spot. Similarly, Nick Sink is now listed as the starter at defensive tackle with Jamal Bruce (who returned last week), and Jamal Wallace splitting snaps with him. With Tim Burton no longer in the program, Garrett Patterson is now the primary backup to Ross Cockrell. True freshman Dwayne Norman is listed as the primary backup at both the S and R safety positions.

3. Burton being gone also impacts the kick off return team as now Jela Duncan and Lee Butler have moved up into the primary roles with Patrick Kurunwune as the backup. As seen a week ago, Conner Vernon has moved into the primary punt returner role.

4. Duke has never defeated Florida State. The Noles enjoy a 17-0 record against Duke. Duke holds an all-time record of 23-129-6 against nationally ranked foes (AP poll).

5. The 2012 Blue Devils average 35.0 points per game, which would rank as the highest scoring average in school history. The Blue Devils have scored at least 30 points six times, already the third most 30-point games in school history. The 1988 and 1989 teams, coached by Steve Spurrier, posted seven 30-point games in back-to-back seasons.

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