UCLA Depth Chart

Sorry this took so long for me to post, folks; I started typing it one by one before I realized that Dohn just copied-and-pasted it. Whoops.

OFFENSE
SE 82 Taylor Embree (6-3, 205, So.) (8)
83 Nelson Rosario (6-5, 211, So.)
85 Jerry Johnson (6-4, 204, Fr.**)
11 Ricky Marvray (5-11, 187, Fr.)

LT 56 Xavier Su’a-Filo (6-4, 310, Fr.)
60 Jeff Baca (6-4, 306, So.) (8)
69 Brandon Bennett (6-4, 330, Jr.**)

LG 60 Jeff Baca (6-4, 306, So.) (8) OR
74 Stan Hasiak (6-5, 318, Fr.)
57 Jake Dean (6-4, 303, Jr.**) (7)

C 51 Kai Maiava (6-1, 309, So.**)
66 Ryan Taylor (6-3, 295, Jr.**) OR
57 Jake Dean (6-4, 303, Jr.**) (7)

RG 62 Eddie Williams (6-1, 331, Jr.)
77 Darius Savage (6-4, 339, Jr.**) (7)
66 Ryan Taylor (6-3, 295, Jr.**)

RT 65 Mike Harris (6-5, 326, So.**) (5)
60 Jeff Baca (6-4, 306, So.) (8)
78 Brett Downey (6-7, 290, Fr.**)

TE 86 Logan Paulsen (6-6, 264, Sr.**) (1)
15 Ryan Moya (6-3, 243, Sr.**) (2)
87 Cory Harkey (6-5, 254, So.) (7)
89 Nate Chandler (6-5, 270, So.**) (2 at TE)
7 Morrell Presley (6-4, 219, Fr.)
98 Jeff Miller (6-5, 240, Jr.**) (2)

QB 14 Kevin Prince (6-2, 219, Fr.**)
12 Richard Brehaut (6-2, 222, Fr.) OR
3 Kevin Craft (6-4, 211, Sr.**) (12)
18 Nick Crissman (6-3, 207, Fr.**)

FB 42 Chane Moline (6-1, 247, Sr.) (8, 2 at TB)
31 Trevor Theriot (6-0, 235, Sr.**) (2)
45 Tobi Umodu (5-11, 236, Jr.**)

TB 23 Johnathan Franklin (5-10, 201, Fr.**)
33 Derrick Coleman (6-0, 235, So.) (1)
2 Milton Knox (5-8, 202, Fr.**)
25 Damien Thigpen (5-8, 170, Fr.)
24 Christian Ramirez (6-2, 222, Jr.**) – inj

FL 4 Terrence Austin (5-11, 172, Sr.) (7)
1 Randall Carroll (5-10, 184, Fr.)
6 Antwon Moutra (6-2, 188, So.)

DEFENSE
LE 56 Datone Jones (6-4, 267, So.) (2)
97 Damien Holmes (6-3, 261, Fr.**)
70 Connor Bradford (6-5, 285, Fr.**)

DT 92 Brian Price (6-2, 300, Jr.) (12)
85 David Carter (6-5, 290, Jr.**)
72 Sean Sheller (6-5, 294, Jr.**)?
94 Justin Mann (6-3, 275, Fr.**)

DT 90 Jerzy Siewierski (6-2, 296, Sr.)
99 Justin Edison (6-4, 278, So.**)
61 Andy Keane (6-2, 301, Jr.**)

RE 55 Korey Bosworth (6-1, 242, Sr.**) (12)
96 Iuta Tepa (6-1, 225, Fr.)
44 Ian Davis (6-5, 226, Fr.**)

SLB 10 Akeem Ayers (6-4, 252, So.**) (3)
9 Donovan Carter (6-1, 247, Fr.**)
41 Mike Schmitt (6-1, 227, Jr.**)

MLB 51 Reggie Carter (6-1, 240, Sr.**) (12)
43 Steve Sloan (6-4, 231, So.**) (9)
42 Patrick Larimore (6-3, 247, Fr.**)

WLB 54 Kyle Bosworth (6-1, 234, Sr.**) (2)
11 Sean Westgate (5-11, 205, So.)

LC 21 Aaron Hester (6-1, 203, Fr.**)
7 Courtney Viney (5-8, 160, So.**)
23 Marlon Pollard (6-0, 158, Fr.)

SS 6 Tony Dye (5-11, 199, So.) (1) OR
20 Glenn Love (6-4, 210, So.**)
4 Stan McKay (6-1, 188, Fr.)
31 Garrett Rubio (5-10, 193, Jr.**)

FS 3 Rahim Moore (6-1, 197, So.) (12)
27 Aaron Ware (6-0, 202, Sr.**) (1) OR
19 Dalton Hilliard (6-0, 194, Fr.)

RC 1 Alterraun Verner (5-11, 180, Sr.) (12)
26 Andrew Abbott (5-10, 176, Fr.**)
22 Sheldon Price (6-2, 163, Fr.)
2 Brandon Sermons (5-11, 183, Fr.)

SPECIALISTS
PK 25 Kai Forbath (6-0, 192, Jr.**) (12)
18 Jeff Locke (6-1, 204, Fr.**)

KO 25 Kai Forbath (6-0, 192, Jr.**) (1)

P 18 Jeff Locke (6-1, 204, Fr.**)
39 Danny Rees (6-3, 190, Jr.**)^

LS 52 Christian Yount (6-1, 238, Jr.) (12)

H 39 Danny Rees (6-3, 190, Jr.**)^

PR 4 Terrence Austin (5-11, 172, Sr.)

KOR 4 Terrence Austin (5-11, 172, Sr.)

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  • Ryan

    Jon – a couple quick questions:

    1. Is it safe to say the true freshmen not listed above will redshirt? Similarly, are the freshmen listed above expected to burn their redshirts?

    2. Is Pressley officially a TE again (not a receiver any more)?

  • Ryan

    me gusta depth chart! Thanks Jon!

  • Anonymous

    I’m excited about our RB lineup. Franklin seems to deserve the job, based on his offseason performance. Heck, if we can start a promising redshirt freshman QB, why not the same with RB?
    In fact, I think the lineup is so perfect, it should stay that way, even when Ramirez comes back. I’ve never been impressed with CR. Keep him on the bench and give him a few carries per game. Keep it that way unless he can prove that he deserves the starting spot, instead of having it fall to him. The others on the list simply have more talent, more speed, and more agility than he does.

  • http://www.insidesocal.com/fantasy Jon Gold

    I think Norm Chow will be very creative in how he deploys Ramirez. Weird as this sounds, he might get more minutes, but less carries, than Franklin. Ramirez is simply a better blocker and a very good receiver, and Chow loves both. Franklin, though, has looked very good during the camp.

    Thanks
    JG

  • Anonymous

    Interesting. The blocking I knew about, but the pass-catching ability I didn’t. I trust in Coach NC. Should be a fun season. Let’s just hope the fires die down soon and the air is decent enough to play. It’s hard to accept the idea of waiting two additional weeks to go nuts at the Rose Bowl.
    Thanks Jon!

  • Slippery Pete

    Thanks Jon,

    Would you mind posting the depth chart every week so that some of us who miss injuries can have an idea of what to expect? Maybe on Thursday or Friday? Great job and I hope you get the Daily News UCLA job if that is something you want. We love you on the blog.

  • Bruinswin!

    Why don’t we have any more than one player listed as kick returner?

    Is Thigpen back there with Austin?

  • mike chat

    wow, if this team is 7-5 this year with the amount of youth we have, wait until the next 2 years.

  • Anonymous

    Is the fact they don’t list Guzman #3 at WLB their way of enticing Pullard or Shirley to commit? Didn’t Guzman work with the 3′s all camp?

  • BostonBruin

    A few numbers:
    Starters –
    Seniors = 32%
    Juniors = 18%
    Sophs = 29%
    Frosh = 21%

    Team
    Seniors = 17%
    Juniors = 24%
    Sophs = 23%
    Frosh = 36%

    A 7-5 year could be the basis of future 10 win teams