Depth Chart Notes: Week 10

Running down the notable changes and notes from this week's depth chart

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)
40 - 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.)
?21 - Anthony Young-Wiseman (6-0, 220, R-Jr)?

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. The only "change" is the listing at the rover safety position. The official depth chart has named either Norman or Braxton as the likely starter, suggesting it'll be a game time decision. A week ago Norman recorded a career best 13 tackles against Florida State.

2. Freshman kicker Ross Martin will hope to start a new streak of made kicks after he missed his only attempt a week ago. Of course, Duke's last win over Clemson came on November 13, 2004 when Matt Brooks booted a 53-yard field goal as time expired for a 16-13 win at Wallace Wade Stadium.

3. Duke holds an all-time record of 23- 130-6 versus nationally-ranked foes (AP poll) — including a 10-55-4 mark against top-10 teams. The Blue Devils' last win over a ranked foe was a 28-25 victory over No. 13 Virginia on Nov. 5, 1994. However, Duke's last triumph over a top-10 squad came in the form of a 21-17 decision over No. 7 Clemson on Sept. 30, 1989 in Durham.

4. Conner Vernon became the ACC's all-time receptions leader in week six when he broke the previous record of 232 by Clemson's Aaron Kelly. Vernon needs just 82 more receiving yards to become the league's all-time receiving yards leader. Vernon owns the nation's longest receiving streak with at least one catch in 44 consecutive games, which includes every game of his career. Desmond Scott is also on the list with a 35-game streak.

5. The2012 BlueDevils average 31.9points per game, which would rank as the third 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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