Notre Dame Depth Chart vs. South Florida

Bryan Driskell

Here is the Notre Dame depth chart for its week two matchup against South Florida

OFFENSE

First Team

QB Ian Book - #12 - 6-0, 206, 5th
RB Kyren Williams - #23 - 5-9, 194, Soph.
WR Javon McKinley - #88 - 6-3, 220, 5th
WR Avery Davis - #3 - 5-11, 202, Sr.
WR Braden Lenzy - #25 - 5-11½, 181, Jr.
TE Brock Wright - #89 - 6-4½, 255, Sr.
LT Liam Eichenberg - #74 - 6-6, 302, 5th
LG Aaron Banks - #69 - 6-6, 330, Sr.
C Jarrett Patterson - #55 - 6-4½, 305, Jr.
RG Tommy Kraemer - #78 - 6-5½, 317, 5th
RT Robert Hainsey - #72 -6-4½, 290, Sr.

Second Team

QB Brendon Clark - #7 - 6-1½, 212, Soph.
RB Chris Tyree - #25 - 5-9½, 188, Fr.
WR Joe Wilkins Jr. - #18 - 6-1½, 190, Jr.
WR Lawrence Keys III - #13 - 5-10½, 173, Jr.
WR Joe Wilkins Jr. - #18 - 6-1½, 190, Jr.
TE Tommy Tremble - #24 - 6-4, 242, Jr.
LT Andrew Kristofic - #73 - 6-5, 292, Soph.
LG Dillan Gibbons - #76 - 6-4, 309, Sr.
C Zeke Correll - #52 - 6-3, 295, Soph.
RG John Dirksen - #56 - 6-5, 306, Jr.
RT Joshua Lugg - #75 - 6-7, 310, Sr.

DEFENSE

First Team

DE Daelin Hayes - #9 - 6-4, 270, 5th
DT Myron Tagovailoa-Amosa - #95 - 6-2½, 282, Sr.
NG Kurt Hinish - #41 - 6-2, 296, Sr.
DE Adetokunbo Ogundeji - #91 - 6-4½, 268, 5th
MIKE Drew White - #40 - 6-0, 227, Sr.
BUCK Shayne Simon - #33 - 6-3, 230, Jr.
ROV Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah - #6 - 6-1½, 215, Sr.
SS Shaun Crawford - #20 - 5-9, 180, 6th
FS Kyle Hamilton - #14 - 6-4, 219, Soph.
FC TaRiq Bracy - #28 - 5-10½, 180, Jr.
BC Nick McCloud - #4 - 6-0½, 192, 5th

Second Team

DE Ovie Oghoufo - #29 - 6-3, 240, Jr.
DT Jayson Ademilola - #57 - 6-3, 279, Jr.
NG Jacob Lacey - #54 - 6-1½, 293, Soph.
DE Justin Ademilola - #19 - 6-2, 248, Jr.
MLB Bo Bauer - #52 - 6-3, 230, Jr.
BK Marist Liufau - #35 - 6-3, 226, Soph.
ROV Paul Moala - #13 - 5-11½, 224, Jr.
SS Houston Griffith - #3 - 6-0, 204, Jr.
FS DJ Brown - #12 - 6-0½, 194, Jr.
CB Cam Hart - #5 - 6-2½, 207, Soph.
CB Clarence Lewis - #26 - 5-11½, 192, Fr.

SPECIAL TEAMS

K Jonathan Doerer - #39 - 6-3, 197, Sr.
P Jay Bramblett - #19 - 6-1½, 193, Soph.
KR Chris Tyree - #25 - 5-9½, 188, Fr.
PR Lawrence Keys III - #13 - 5-10½, 173, Jr.

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Comments (10)
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Jack Sullivan
Jack Sullivan

Good to see Lenzy back.

Hopefully Wilkins/Johnson get a real chance at taking the W at some point down the road from McKinley and Skowronek.

Excited to see Watts play Saturday. If that doesn’t happen, I’ll go nuts.

Zukobiaa
Zukobiaa

If you could make one lineup change, to offense or defense, what would it be?

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Bryan Driskell
Bryan Driskell

Editor

I'd put Houston Griffith in the starting lineup at safety, see what he can do.

NDFan10
NDFan10

Coach, you starting him over Crawford? Thought he was all over the field Saturday and backed that up with solid physical play.

Bryan Driskell
Bryan Driskell

Editor

I thought Crawford was awful on Saturday. He got burned for three long pass plays (15+) and had three bad missed tackles.

But no, I'm not saying start them over Crawford, I'd start them over Hamilton, and Hamilton wouldn't play a snap this weekend. I want them to let his ankle heal as much as possible.

kwillcoates
kwillcoates

Lugg over Kraemer. Watt over Quinn.

Juggernaut 75
Juggernaut 75

I would start Keys in the slot and Watts at the W and Tremble.

I do understand why Brock has been starting, since we're trying to run the ball more, plus he's bigger and a better blocker than Tremble, which has improved!

Bryan Driskell
Bryan Driskell

Editor

To me Watts isn't a W, he's more of a field (X) player. Tremble is basically going to play the most snaps anyway, and he started on Saturday despite what the depth chart said.

Wright is NOT a better blocker than Tremble. He wasn't a better blocker last year and he wasn't a better blocker against Duke.


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