WSU closed out spring ball on Tuesday afternoon. Here's our stab at a post-spring ball projected depth chart

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Washington State wrapped up spring ball Tuesday afternoon with one final practice.

Mike Leach abhors issuing depth charts, especially this early in the year, because so much can happen between now and the Sept. 3 season opener vs. Eastern Washington. The newest class of incoming freshmen will join the team in the summer, and there are always one or two talented youngsters who end up playing themselves into depth chart contention by the end of fall camp (read: Darrien Molton, 2015).

But since I know fans love depth charts, here’s my stab at how the Cougars’ football depth chart has shaped up at the end of spring ball. Caveat — this is a projection, it does not take into account any players who did not participate in camp due to injury, and it also does not include any freshmen who will join the team in the summer.

The * denotes players who did not participate in spring ball at all due to injury, but whom I think will factor into the Cougars’ plans this fall.

OFFENSE

QB:

4 – Luke Falk (6-4, 214 pounds, Jr)

6 – Peyton Bender (6-0, 190 pounds, So.)

[or]

3 – Tyler Hilinski (6-3, 191 pounds, RS-Fr.)

RB

25 – Jamal Morrow (5-9, 191 pounds, Jr.)

23 – Gerard Wicks (6-0, 226 pounds, Jr.)

32 – James Williams (5-11, 195 pounds, RS-Fr.)

LT

60 – Andre Dillard (6-5, 290 pounds, So.)

79 – Cedric Bigge-Duren (6-6, 320 pounds, RS-Fr.)

LG

76 – Cody O’Connell (6-8, 351 pounds, RS-Jr.)

72 – Mack Hopkins (6-5, 309 pounds, RS-So.)

C

58 – Riley Sorenson (6-4, 327 pounds, Sr.)

70 – Noah Osur-Myers (6-4, 309 pounds, RS-Fr.)

RG

73 – Eduardo Middleton (6-5, 323 pounds, RS-Sr.)

57 – Drew Norvell (6-4, 293 pounds, RS-Fr.)

RT

61 – Cole Madison (6-5, 305 pounds, RS-Jr.)

75 – B.J. Salmonson (6-4, 281 pounds, RS-Jr.)

X

12 – Tavares Martin (6-1, 182 pounds, So.)

38 – Kaleb Fossum (5-10, 186 pounds, So.)

Y

15 – Robert Lewis (5-9, 162 pounds, RS-Jr.)

83 – Kyle Sweet (6-0, 190 pounds, So.)

24 – Keith Harrington* (5-8, 191 pounds, RS-So.)

H

21 – River Cracraft (6-0, 203 pounds, Sr.)

1 – Kyrin Priester (6-1, 194 pounds, Jr.)

Z

9 – Gabe Marks (6-0, 188 pounds, RS-Sr.)

5 – Isaiah Johnson (6-3, 214 pounds, Fr.)

DEFENSE

DE

50 – Hercules Mata’afa (6-2, 245 pounds, RS-So.)

53 – Nnamdi Oguayo (6-3, 218 pounds, RS-Fr.)

NT

92 – Robert Barber (6-3, 309 pounds, RS-Sr.)

95 – Ngalu Tapa (6-2, 314 pounds, RS-So.)

DE

90 – Daniel Ekuale (6-3, 296 pounds, RS-Jr.)

99 – Garrett McBroom (6-3, 276 pounds, RS-Jr.)

WLB

51 – Frankie Luvu (6-3, 239 pounds, Jr.) or

20 – Paris Taylor (6-3, 215 pounds, RS-Sr.) or

31 – Isaac Dotson (6-1, 214 pounds, RS-Jr.)*

MLB

47 – Peyton Pelluer (6-0, 229 pounds, RS-Jr.)

44 – Chandler Leniu (6-0, 260 pounds, RS-So.)

RUSH LB

45 – Logan Tago (6-3, 240 pounds, So.) or

33- Dylan Hanser (6-4, 230 pounds, Jr.)

NICKEL

29 – Parker Henry (5-11, 203 pounds, RS-Sr.)

10 – Kirkland Parker (6-1, 182 pounds, RS-Jr.)

CB

27 – Marcellus Pippins (5-10, 170 pounds, Jr.)

16 – Treshon Broughton (6-0, 174 pounds, Sr.)

SS

34 – Jalen Thompson (6-0, 176 pounds, Fr.)

35 – Hunter Dale (5-10, 203 pounds, So.)

FS

18 – Shalom Luani (6-0, 198 pounds, Sr.)

4 – Charleston White (6-0, 195 pounds, RS-Jr.)

CB

22 – Darrien Molton (5-10, 173 pounds, So.)

39 – Deion Singleton (6-2, 184 pounds, RS-Fr)

 

SPECIAL TEAMS

PR/KR

38 – Kaleb Fossum

32 – James Williams

K

46 – Erik Powell (6-1, 195 pounds, RS-Jr.)

H

38 – Kaleb Fossum

P

95 – Zach Charme (6-1,188 pounds, So.)

LS

71 – Lucas Gravelle (6-0, 224 pounds, RS-Jr.)