Monday, October 3, 2011

Depth Chart vs. Virginia Tech Released

The University of Miami released it's depth chart for the upcoming game at Virginia Tech.  It is as follows:


QB -- Jacory Harris, Stephen Morris, Spencer Whipple
FB -- Maurice Hagens or John Calhoun
RB -- Lamar Miller, Eduardo Clements or Mike James
WR -- Allen Hurns, Tommy Streeter, LaRon Byrd
WR -- Travis Benjamin, Phillip Dorsett, Rashawn Scott
TE -- Chase Ford, Clive Walford, Asante Cleveland
LT -- Brandon Washington or Malcolm Bunche
LG -- Harland Gunn, Joel Figueroa
C -- Tyler Horn, Shane McDermott
RG -- Brandon Linder, Jared Wheeler
RT -- Jon Feliciano or Seantrel Henderson


DE -- Anthony Chickillo, Shayon Green
DT -- Micanor Regis, Darius Smith
DT -- Marcus Forston or Adewale Ojomo
DE -- Andrew Smith or Marcus Robinson
OLB -- Jordan Futch or Kelvin Cain
MLB -- Jimmy Gaines, Gionni Paul
OLB -- Sean Spence, Denzel Perryman
CB -- Michael Williams, Lee Chambers
CB -- Brandon McGee, Thomas Finnie
FS -- Vaughn Telemaque or Ray Ray Armstrong
SS -- JoJo Nicolas, A.J. Highsmith or Tyrone Cornileus


P -- Dalton Bots, Jake Wieclaw
K -- Jake Wieclaw, Matt Goudis
KO -- Jake Wielcaw, Matt Goudis
KR -- Davon Johnson and Travis Benjamin
PR -- Travis Benjamin, Phillip Dorsett

Looks like Eduardo Clements made a strong case for being the backup to star RB Lamar Miller.  I never understood how he was listed under Mike James anyways.  Kid has crazy speed and runs hard.  Also, Tommy Streeter passed up Laron Byrd for WR.  With his height, Streeter should be the go-to guy through the air.  Nice to see Seantrel Henderson back in action, however, he is listed as a back-up going into Blacksburg.

For defense, Anthony Chickillo is still listed as the starter at DE.  With senior LB Ramon Buchanan out for the season, Jordan Futch is now the starter.  I would have preferred to see Cain get the nod and I guarantee you that if Futch does not play to his potential, Cain will certainly get some action.  Ah, and finally the return of Ray Ray Armstorng.  This couldn't have come at a better time.  Look for him to go for the home run out there.