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2009 USF Football Depth Chart - Wofford Week
Offense
POS # Name HT. WT. CL. GP/GS/CON Notes
X 2 Carlton Mitchell 6-4 212 Jr. 26/8/1 One of the team leaders is second on squad with 942 career yards 
  11 A.J. Love 6-3 205 Jr. 20/13/13 Established starter working way back from knee injury
  1 Jason Sherman 6-4 207 Jr. 8/0/0 Attempting to work way up the depth chart
H 81  Dontavia Bogan  6-1  185  Jr.  24/1/0 One of the most dangerous deep threats and returners in league
  87 Jessie Hester 6-0 180 Sr. 35/8/0 In midst of USF record 22-game streak with a catch
  80  Patrick Richardson  6-0  175  So.  10/0/0 Talented and trusted, but with lots of experience in front of him
LT 55 Jeremiah Warren  6-4 310 So. 6/0/0 Among the best performers in camp this preseason
  63 Jamar Bass 6-4 290  Jr.  0/0/0 Juco-transfer will earn time and could push for lead role
LG 79  Chaz Hine  6-4  292  So.  7/0/0 Another standout in camp, former walk-on earned scholarship
  73 Damien Edwards 6-6 320 RFr. 0/0/0 Mammoth force will earn time early 
C 62  Sampson Genus 6-1 314 Jr. 19/5/0 Grabbed starting center spot midway through preseason
  66 Kevin McCaskill 6-2 304 So. 4/0/0 Backup was responsible for nearly every snap during spring
RG 61 Zach Hermann 6-3 313 Jr. 20/18/2 The most veteran member of the offensive line
  60    Danous Estenor 6-3   298   So. 4/1/0 Talented young offensive lineman 
RT 74 Mark Popek 6-7 304 RFr. 0/0/0 Ideal size and talent, overcoming inexperience will be key
  64 Jake Sims 6-5 285 Jr.  21/10/2 Slowed by minor injury in preseason, otherwise likely starter
TE 82 Ben Busbee 6-3 242 Sr. 36/8/0 Last hurrah for Alabama native that has been steady throughout
  85 Andrew Ketchel 6-5 240 Jr. 14/1/1 Impressive early in preseason, pushing hard for starting time
  34 Kenneth Luberice 6-0 235 Sr. 13/0/0 Moved to tight end (from defense) and has impressed
Y 9 Theo Wilson 6-0 207 Sr. 9/0/0 Electric and physical receiver that could emerge quickly
  29 Colby Erskin 5-9 185 Sr. 6/0/0 One of the fastest players on team when healthy
  23 Faron Hornes 5-6 170 Jr. 0/0/0 Juco walk-on with top notch speed
Z 17 Sterling Griffin 6-1 174 Fr. 0/0/0 Rookie wideout among several true freshman in key roles
  6 Ed Alcin 6-2 185 Jr. 15/0/0 One of the fastest players on the team, yet to breakout
  83 Jeffrey Wilson 6-0 175 So. 1/0/0 Walk-on that is steady and creates great competition
QB Matt Grothe  6-0  205  Sr.  39/38/38 A rare breed in college football... a four-year starter 
  7 B.J. Daniels 6-1 215 RFr. 2/0/0 Coaches expect him to play early and often in 2009
  12 Evan Landi 6-3 213 RFr. 0/0/0 Will also work at wide receiver, should see lots of snaps
RB-F 3 Mo Plancher 5-9 200 Sr.  18/4/0 Earned starting RB designation early in camp
  5 Lindsey Lamar 5-9 165 Fr. 0/0/0 The star of the preseason with his electrifying speed & moves
  20 Aston Samuels  5-10 177 Jr. 10/0/0 Great speed and quickness provide more versatility to attack
HB 43 Richard Kelly 6-0 249 Jr.  24/1/0 Bruiser is good goaline and in-between the tackles runner
  21 Demetris Murray 5-10 199 RFr. 0/0/0 Quietly earned praise from coaches during preseason
  37 Joel Miller 6-0 185 So. 10/0/0 Walk-on with quick feet, also a special teams dynamo
Defense
LE  58 David Bedford 6-5 250 Jr. 7/0/0 Former Juco All-American could earn first start vs. Wofford
  90 Jason Pierre-Paul 6-6 265 Jr. 0/0/0 Another Juco All-American that was a force once he arrived
  7 Ryne Giddins 6-4 235 Fr. 0/0/0 High school All-American that is pushing hard to skip redshirt
NT 97  Terrell McClain  6-3  306  Jr.  24/9/7 Talent to be a dominant player in the BIG EAST
  44 Leslie Stirrups 6-4 274 Jr. 0/0/0 Needs polishing, but athletic ability is off the charts
  46 Cory Grissom 6-2 289 RFr. 1/0/0 Minor injuries limited his progression up the depth chart
DT 98  Aaron Harris  6-4  265  Sr.  35/29/10 Veteran who can and will play inside and at end
  94  Craig Marshall  6-5  260  Jr. 13/2/0 Much like Harris, Marshall can play multiple positions for Bulls
  91  Keith McCaskill  5-11  270 So. 11/0/0 What he lacks in size, he makes up for in grit
RE 95  George Selvie  6-4  245  Sr.  38/37/6 Two-time All-American has become vocal leader of team
  41 Patrick Hampton 6-1 235 So.  6/0/0 Bulldog with high energy that will be unleashed behind Selvie
  54 Julius Forte 6-2 235 Fr. 0/0/0 Another freshman that is pushing hard to avoid redshirt season
SAM 11  Sabbath Joseph  6-0  230  Jr.  24/0/0 Fleet-footed junior finally has a chance to shine
  57 Jacquian Williams 6-4 225 Jr.  0/0/0 Leavitt calls him possibly the fastest LB in USF history
MIKE 42  Kion Wilson  6-2  235  Sr.  13/11/6 Leader that Coach Blackwell has been thoroughly impressed with
  55 Mike Lanaris 6-2 230 RFr. 0/0/0 Will work and learn behind Wilson
WILL 49  Chris Robinson  6-3  245  Sr.  36/1/0 Last hurrah for LB with a ton of experience
  36 Sam Barrington 6-3 220 Fr. 0/0/0 Will play early and often during his true-freshman season
  51 Armando Sanchez 5-11 225 RFr. 0/0/0 Will be key contributor on special teams and in spot duty at LB
LC Quenton Washington  5-10  185 So. 12/1/0 Ton of front line experience for a sophomore
  22 George Baker 5-11 170 RFr. 0/0/0 Among the fastest and most gifted on the entire roster
  35 Cameron Perkins 5-10 180 Sr. 11/0/0 Biggest contribution will come in special teams
SS 1 Jerrell Young 6-2 195 So. 13/1/1 Youngster with a ton of talent and chance to be a star
  12 Jon Lejiste 6-0 190 RFr. 0/0/0 Could also appear regularly at nickel back
  3 Jerome Murphy 6-1 190 Sr. 38/12/0 Pick a spot and he could line up there in the secondary
FS Nate Allen  6-2  206  Sr.  35/26/24 Mr. Clutch enters senior season as high NFL prospect
  16 Mistral Raymond 6-1 180 Sr. 4/0/0 Great preseason, may push for time on special teams and defense
  15 Victor Marc 5-11 208 Fr. 0/0/0 Seemed to have an interception every day during FB camp
RC 6 Kayvon Webster 5-11 181 Fr. 0/0/0 True-freshman that is loaded with elite level talent
  Tyson Butler  5-11  184  So. 11/0/0 Ready and able to move into a starting role if opportunity opens
  3 Jerome Murphy 6-1 190 Sr. 38/12/0 Pick a spot and he could line up there in the secondary
NB 3 Jerome Murphy 6-1 190 Sr. 38/12/0 Pick a spot and he could line up there in the secondary
  Tyson Butler  5-11  184  So. 11/0/0 Ready and able to move into a starting role if opportunity opens
  6 Kayvon Webster 5-11 181 Fr. 0/0/0 True-freshman that is loaded with elite level talent
Special Teams
K 25  Delbert Alvarado  6-0  209  Sr. 35 25-42 on field goal attempts during his career
  32 Eric Schwartz 5-10 170 Jr. 0 Newcomer will back up Alvarado in 2009
KO 25  Delbert Alvarado  6-0  209  Sr. 35 The senior from Tampa will be a busy man during 2009
P 25  Delbert Alvarado  6-0  209  Sr. 35 Averaging 40.2 yards per punt throughout his career
  18 Justin Brockhaus-Kann 6-3 227 RFr. 0 Youngster carries big leg if needed
LS 68  Mike Walsh  5-10  225 So. Turn to shine after backing up Setser in previous years
  67 Nick Pisasik 5-10 242 Fr. 0 Newcomer that will 
KR  81  Dontavia Bogan  6-1  185  Jr.    Set USF record for returns and return yards in 2008
  9 Theo Wilson 6-0 207 Sr.   One of those players that just has a gift for returns
PR 9 Theo Wilson 6-0 207 Sr.   Returned eight punts for 103 yards in 2008
H 12 Evan Landi 6-3 215  RFr.   First season as holder, taking over for Grant Gregory