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SquarePizzaRebel
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Mid-Camp Depth Chart for Defense and Offense
DEFENSE

DE: Ryder Anderson
Backups: Tariqious Tisdale
DT: Benito Jones
Backups: Josaih Coatney, K.D. Hill, Quentin Bivens, Ladarrius Cox, Patrick Lucas, Hal Northern
DE: Austrian Robinson (wearing #38 this year)
Backups: Josiah Coatney

ILB: MoMo Sanogo
Backups: Willie Hibbler, Jacquez Jones, Donta Evans, Zi Baker, Ashanti Cistrunk
ILB: Lakia Henry
Backups: Willie Hibbler, Jacquez Jones, Donta Evans, Zi Baker, Ashanti Cistrunk
OLB: Sam Williams
Backups: Charles Wiley, Brenden Williams, Luke Knox, Brandon Mack
OLB: Qaadir Sheppard
Backups: Charles Wiley, Brenden Williams, Luke Knox, Brandon Mack

CB: Jaylon Jones
Backups: Jakorey Hawkins, Jamar Richardson
CB: Myles Hartsfield
Backups: Keidron Smith, Jamar Richardson
FS: Jalen Julius*
Backups: C.J. Miller, Montrell Custis, Kam White
SS: Jonathan Haynes
Backups: Armani Linton, A.J. Finley, Vernon Dasher

OFFENSE

QB: Matt Corral
Backups: Grant Tisdale, John Rhys Plumlee, Kinkead Dent (likely in that order)
RB: Scottie Phillips
Backups: Snoop Conner, Jerrion Ealy, Isaiah Woullard
WR: Elijah Moore, Miles Battle, Braylon Sanders
Backups: Jonathan Mingo, Dontario Drummond, Demarcus Gregory, Tylan Knight, Dannis Jackson, Jadon Jackson

TE: Octavious Cooley
Backups: Jason Pellerin, D'Vaughn Pennamon, Alex Faniel, Jonathan Hess

OL: Michael Howard (LT/RT), Royce Newman (LG), Eli Johnson (C), Ben Brown (RG), Bryce Mathews (RT/LT)
Backups: Jalen Cunningham, Chandler Tuitt, Hamilton Hall, Nick Broeker, Jeremy James



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re: Mid-Camp Depth Chart for Defense and Offense
surprising not to see the same names as backups for multiple positions


iHatecowbells
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re: Mid-Camp Depth Chart for Defense and Offense
It finally feels like we have some depth. I feel like outside of 3 or 4 guys each is interchangeable. But that could just be because we have no proven talent


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WithaRebelYell
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re: Mid-Camp Depth Chart for Defense and Offense
This is according to who? I've heard Jonathan Mingo will absolutely start.


iHatecowbells
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re: Mid-Camp Depth Chart for Defense and Offense
I believe this is based off of how they've been slotted at camp the past few weeks.

On the Mingo front, from what I understand the WR's are going to be rotating constantly between Moore, Sanders, Battles, Drummond, Mingo, Knight, Gregory, and the 2 Jacksons. The only lock of the 3 starters is Moore.

Also Mingo didn't get there till this summer, he hasn't had as long to learn the system


SquarePizzaRebel
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WithaRebelYell
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re: Mid-Camp Depth Chart for Defense and Offense
Makes since but stuff coming out of camp is Mingo is crazy special.


SquarePizzaRebel
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re: Mid-Camp Depth Chart for Defense and Offense
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“Been really good,” Rodriquez said of Mingo’s training camp. “We knew the physical part was there when we recruited him, he’s a big strong fast physical guy, but he has picked things up really well mentally. The football part of it, he’s worked really hard on that – he’s going to play. He’s going to play an awful lot as a true freshman, maybe start, I don’t know, probably. He’s definitely going to be in the mix.”


- Rich Rod, from SaturdayDownSouth


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iHatecowbells
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re: Mid-Camp Depth Chart for Defense and Offense
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Makes since but stuff coming out of camp is Mingo is crazy special.


Oh for sure. I think he is going to be unbelievable. They don't give that #1 jersey to just any receiver anymore


TSUNRebel
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re: Mid-Camp Depth Chart for Defense and Offense
I hope that the changes in scheme will allow for the team to be more successful.

The attacking 3-4 defense will play well for the speed of the defensive players. I look for the defense to create more turnovers and give the offense a few more opportunities.

As for the offense, the inexperience at WR and on the line may have the offense playing to its strength, running the ball. If the offense can be successful running the ball it should allow the passing game to open up as the season progresses.

I would like to say they go bowling, but I'm not holding my breath. I do want to see a competitive, organized team on the field.


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Insideradvantage
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re: Mid-Camp Depth Chart for Defense and Offense
This part is the first step and not too much ask.

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I do want to see a competitive, organized team on the field.


Pilotreb
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re: Mid-Camp Depth Chart for Defense and Offense
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This part is the first step and not too much ask.


That is what totally pissed me off! We had and still have better atheletes played wrong all year. Frustrated the hell out of me!


Insideradvantage
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re: Mid-Camp Depth Chart for Defense and Offense
I can be “all in” with our guys the entire season with just moderate success (I know even that pisses some of our board members off) as long as they are organized and inspired.


Henry Jones Jr
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re: Mid-Camp Depth Chart for Defense and Offense
I'm legit trying to be optimistic but damn it's hard when we have Luke as our coach. He and Paul Jackson are literally the only things I don't like about our program right now.
This post was edited on 8/20 at 7:30 am


WithaRebelYell
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re: Mid-Camp Depth Chart for Defense and Offense
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I'm legit trying to be optimistic but damn it's hard when we have Luke as our coach. He and Paul Jackson are literally the only things I don't like about our program right now


That might be the most optimistic thing you've posted in two years.


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BroomfieldReb
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re: Mid-Camp Depth Chart for Defense and Offense
I have to admit that Matt Luke doesn't inspire alot of confidence as the face of our program. I seriously do not know how Paul Jackson still has a job. The only thing I can think is that it is just laziness on Luke's part to upgrade S&C.


iHatecowbells
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re: Mid-Camp Depth Chart for Defense and Offense
As someone who spent time on the team I can tell you that there's nothing about what Paul does that seems bad or lacking, I mean clearly there is when you see what comes out on the field but it's not anything glaring during weights and conditioning. Also I find it strange that the players love him, even after they're long gone they love him, which may be a sign because I don't know that a S&C coach should be loved lol


SquarePizzaRebel
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re: Mid-Camp Depth Chart for Defense and Offense
I mean in 2014 we were laying down some of the hardest hits in college football with some of the toughest players. Not sure what happened. I really believe Tom Allen leaving took thunder out of the defense. After he left "things" seemed to change.


BroomfieldReb
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re: Mid-Camp Depth Chart for Defense and Offense
As far as Jackson, two things stick out to me.
1) I have never seen Ole Miss line up and be physically dominate at the LOS since he has been here.
2) Little, Sims, and other linemen who have been in the system for years, embarrasses themselves at pro day on the bench press.....
I think we currently have 3 kids who bench press 400 or more.....that just seems weak for an SEC program.
For the most part, our linemen look like they would struggle to bench press their own body weight.
This post was edited on 8/20 at 2:55 pm


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ABearsFanNMS
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re: Mid-Camp Depth Chart for Defense and Offense
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I mean in 2014 we were laying down some of the hardest hits in college football with some of the toughest players. Not sure what happened. I really believe Tom Allen leaving took thunder out of the defense. After he left "things" seemed to change.


The feedback of being a much more physical camp from players bodes well though. I remember the o-line guys said they are excited about know when and if they are run blocking and the aggressive nature of the offense.


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