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2022 Roster

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Quarterbacks
6Garrett ShraderQB6'4228Jr.
10Justin LamsonQB6'3209R-Fr.Injured
12Dan VillariQB6'4237R-Fr3.
15JaCobian MorganQB6'4229R-Fr3.
16Carlos Del Rio-WilsonQB6'2232R-Fr.
18Luke MacPhail*QB6'4206R-Fr.
Running Backs
20LeQuint AllenRB6'0195Fr.
28Juwaun PriceRB5'10202R-So.
34Sean TuckerRB5'10205So.
5Chris ElmoreFB6'0286R-Sr.
23David Obeng-Agyapong*RB5'11183R-Fr.
33Mario Escobar*RB5'9188R-Fr.
38Josh Escobar*RB5'8170Fr.
48Joe Pinjuh*RB5'9199R-Fr.
Wide Receivers
2Trebor PenaWR6'0177So.
7Devaughn CooperWR5'11185R-Sr.
9Courtney JacksonWR5'11179R-So.
11Kendall LongWR6'2215R-Fr.
13CJ HayesWR6'2211R-Sr.
14Anthony QueeleyWR6'2199R-Jr.
17Umari HatcherWR6'3181R-Fr.
19Oronde Gadsden IIWR6'5216So.
24Dom FosterWR5'11166Fr.
80Isaiah JonesWR6'4204R-So.
82Damien AlfordWR6'6211So.
85D'Marcus AdamsWR6'0176R-Jr.
87Donovan BrownWR6'1179Fr.
35Kyle Acker*WR5'11167Fr.
83Sam Warren*WR5'10196R-So.
84Nate Wellington*WR5'10188R-So.
Tight Ends
81Maximilian MangTE6'7262So.
88Steven Mahar Jr.TE6'5232So.
47Carter Clark*TE6'5265Fr.Injured
49Josh Kubala*TE6'2211Fr.
Offensive Line
51Anthony RedOL6'5277R-So.
52Carlos VettorelloOL6'4292R-Jr.
55Josh IlaoaOL6'3316So.
56Darius TisdaleOL6'5301R-Sr.
57Dakota DavisOL6'5335R-Sr.
60Matthew BergeronOL6'5322Jr.
63Christopher BleichOL6'6326R-Jr.
70Enrique Cruz Jr.OL6'6302R-Fr.
72Mark PetryOL6'4281R-So.
73Wes HoehOL6'4275R-Fr.
74Jakob BradfordOL6'5302R-So.
75Austyn KauhiOL6'5270R-Fr.
76Kalan EllisOL6'6375So.
77Tyler MagnusonOL6'6280R-Fr.
78Joe CruzOL6'5277Fr.
79Chad SchusterOL6'5255Fr.
Defensive Line
17Steve LintonDL6'5219R-So.
29Josh HoughDL6'3315R-Fr.
30Chase SimmonsDL6'4257R-Fr.
45Kevon DartonDL5'11266R-So.
53Garth BarclayDL6'7277R-Fr3.
54Jatius GeerDL6'6233R-Fr.
58Denis Jaquez Jr.DL6'4240Fr.
90Terry LockettDL6'3270So.
93Caleb OkechukwuDL6'4268R-Jr.
94Kevin Jobity Jr.DL6'4247Fr.
95Francois Nolton Jr.DL6'4252Fr.
97Belizaire BassetteDL6'0260Fr.
99Elijah Fuentes-CundiffDL6'4267R-Fr.
56Patrick Alberga*DL6'3261R-Fr3.
59Ahmad Masood*DL6'3250R-Fr.
96Elijah Wright*DL6'3273R-Fr3.
Linebackers
2Marlowe WaxLB6'1239So.
3Mikel JonesLB6'1224Jr.
7Stefon ThompsonLB6'1250So.
12Anwar SparrowLB6'1219R-Fr3.
13Mekhi MasonLB6'2221Fr.
16Leon LoweryLB6'4225R-Fr3.
42Austin RoonLB6'3228R-Fr.
46Kadin BaileyLB6'2217Fr.
81Derek McDonaldLB6'4225R-Fr.
31Yosuke Sugano*LB5'10212R-Jr.
33Ryan Dolan*LB6'0222R-Fr3.
48John O'Connor*LB6'1218R-Fr.
Defensive Backs
0Duce ChestnutDB6'0198So.
1Ja'Had CarterDB6'2198So.
8Garrett WilliamsDB6'0189R-So.
10Alijah ClarkDB6'1180So.
14Jason Simmons Jr.DB6'0193Jr.
15Neil NunnDB6'0188R-So.
19Rob HannaDB6'0170So.
20Isaiah JohnsonDB6'3204Sr.
21Bralyn OliverDB6'2194R-Fr.
22Quan PetersonDB6'1178Fr.
23Justin BarronDB6'4220So.
24Jeremiah WilsonDB5'10171Fr.
26Aman GreenwoodDB5'10189R-So.
27Malcolm FolkDB6'1201R-Fr.
32Gregory DelaineDB6'0172Fr.
34Eric ColeyDB6'2200R-Sr.
43Cornell PerryDB6'1180Fr.
36TJ Harness*DB5'9171R-Fr.
37Cam Reirden*DB6'0180R-Fr.
39Clay Masters*DB5'11187R-Fr.
40Tommy Porter*DB5'11192R-Fr.
Specialists
46Aaron BolinskyLS5'11220Sr.
41Joey Kelly*LS6'1204R-So.
43Mike Midkiff*LS6'3210R-So.
61Ethan Stangle*LS6'1196Fr.
36Maximilian Von MarburgP6'0183Fr.
98James WilliamsP/PK6'1205So.
95Ian Hawkins*P/PK6'0191R-Fr.
91Andre SzmytPK6'1199R-Sr.
92Brady Denaburg*PK6'0180Fr.

(*) Non-scholarship
(Fr) True frosh in 2022 [Newbies]
(R-Fr) 2nd year frosh who redshirted in 2021
(R-Fr3) 3rd year frosh who got extra Covid year from 2020

 
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721Comstock

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Seeing Rhino in w the RB’s….

One of these things, is not like the others…. :p

With Linton’s inability to gain weight, if he was just a few inches taller, he could play the 5 for our hoops team. ;)

Dom Foster & Rob Hanna need to eat some sammiches.
 

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Depth at RB, WR and TE is a major concern.

Meh. TE, I’ll grant you.
Could use another guy, maybe 2.
(Rhino could maybe do that, since he’s played every position other than QB and kicker)
Villari or one of the other large backup QB’s could be the FBP (Football Player) role in Anae’s O, who often lines up as a TE, and then trickeration ensues.

A 4th &/or 5th scholarship RB prolly wouldn’t want to wait around for their shot, 1-2-3 seasons from now.
Peña could be a decent “break glass in case of emergency” RB option.
But - given that Tucker is RB1, and we have 2 solid backups for him, I’m not overly worried.

We have TONS of WR’s.
Warm bodies doesn’t necessarily mean “depth”, but I’m pretty confident that Beck/Anae & the new WR coach can up the productivity from that group, top to bottom.
 

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I didn't realize Stephon Thompson was that big. Our LB size is the best it's been since the Hogue and Smith years of Marrone. And, holy cow, I had read about Hough gaining weight, but I didn't expect 315. I assume he loses a little of that over the next year. If he has kept most of his speed, he could be a monster.
 

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I didn't realize Stephon Thompson was that big. Our LB size is the best it's been since the Hogue and Smith years of Marrone. And, holy cow, I had read about Hough gaining weight, but I didn't expect 315. I assume he loses a little of that over the next year. If he has kept most of his speed, he could be a monster.

Stefon @ 250, Wax @ 240, and Kel @ 230.

Mikel said in recent interview he is “still moving well at his new weight” and when asked what that was, said - 230.

Thompson is basically DE sized now, which will help a lot with both pass rush & run stopping.
 

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Stefon @ 250, Wax @ 240, and Kel @ 230.

Mikel said in recent interview he is “still moving well at his new weight” and when asked what that was, said - 230.

Thompson is basically DE sized now, which will help a lot with both pass rush & run stopping.
Yeah, I had heard about Wax's and Mikel's weights. I just hadn't seen Thompson's. I hope the dline can hold up enough to let them do their thing
 

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Our LBs are excellent but there is no proven depth behind them - they are going to need to be Ironmen.
 

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Our LBs are excellent but there is no proven depth behind them - they are going to need to be


NONE of our 3 current starters were “proven” when they all earned PT right away.

Dudes like McDonald, Roon, & Sparrow, have what it takes to contribute behind the starters.

Kadin Bailey is a Frosh who likely will end up being a stud for us.
Ditto for Mekhi Mason.
 

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Our LBs are excellent but there is no proven depth behind them - they are going to need to be Ironmen.
Isn't that the way it works? Young guys learn as backups before stepping into starting roles. We have to have confidence that the staff has recruited guys of similar caliber to the starters until proven otherwise.
 

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