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Ole Miss Rebel Football: The Post-Spring Depth Chart is Out

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How will the team look heading into fall drills?

Michael Chang

The Ole Miss Rebel football depth chart was released today, and it's mostly exactly what you'd expect to see. Of note: this does not include any player who was not in Oxford for Spring drills, so this list won't have a few players who are likely to make an early impact such as Markell Pack, Tee Shepard, and Fahn Cooper.

WR 1 Laquon Treadwell (6-2, 229, SO-1L) 88 Cody Core (6-3, 196, JR-2L)
LT 78 Laremy Tunsil (6-5, 305, SO-1L) 77 Talbot Buys (6-8, 306, SO-JC)
LG 72 Aaron Morris (6-5, 345, JR-3L) 50 Carlton Martin (6-1, 296, SR-3L) 55 Craig Frigo (6-4, 301, JR-JC)
C 64 Ben Still (6-3, 298, JR-2L) 65 Chase Hughes (6-2, 308, SR-3L) 55 Craig Frigo (6-4, 301, JR-JC)
RG 68 Justin Bell (6-2, 352, JR-2L) 76 Daronte Bouldin (6-5, 327, FR-RS)
RT 75 Robert Conyers (6-5, 295, SO-1L) 52 Davion Johnson (6-4, 309, FR-RS)
TE 17 Evan Engram (6-3, 217, SO-1L) 34 Nicholas Parker (6-0, 250, SR-2L) 11 Channing Ward (6-4, 274, JR-2L)
Slot 8 Quincy Adeboyejo (6-3, 189, SO-1L) 2 Quintavius Burdette (5-11, 186, JR-2L)
WR

10 Vince Sanders (6-1, 185, SR-3L)
OR 16 Collins Moore (6-1, 201, SR-3L)

QB 14 Bo Wallace (6-4, 217, SR-2L) 2 DeVante Kincade (6-0, 202, FR-RS)
OR 9 Ryan Buchanan (6-3, 208, FR-RS)
RB 5 I'Tavius Mathers (5-11, 190, JR-2L)
OR 6 Jaylen Walton (5-8, 166, JR-2L)
7 Mark Dodson (5-10, 198, SO-1L)
OR 22 Jordan Wilkins (6-1, 209, FR-RS)
DE 90 Fadol Brown (6-4, 280, SO-RS) 54 Carlos Thompson (6-5, 243, SR-3L)
DT 5 Robert Nkemdiche (6-4, 280, SO-1L) 95 Bryon Bennett (6-2, 293, SR-3L)
NT 94 Issac Gross (6-1, 250, JR-2L)
OR 56 Woodrow Hamilton (6-3, 315, JR-2L)
DE 10 C.J. Johnson (6-2, 225, JR-3L) 27 Marquis Haynes (6-3, 220, FR-HS)
OLB 14 Serderius Bryant (5-9, 220, SR-3L) 4 Denzel Nkemdiche (5-11, 212, JR-2L)
OR 24 Keith Lewis (6-0, 220, SR-3L)
MLB 38 Deterrian Shackelford (6-1, 247, GS-3L) 20 Christian Russell (6-0, 235, JR-JC) 32 Temario Strong (6-0, 233, SO-1L)
Huskie 12 Tony Conner (6-0, 217, SO-1L) 28 Mike Hilton (5-9, 182, JR-2L)
OR 6 Cliff Coleman (5-10, 186, SR-3L)
Field Corner 21 Senquez Golson (5-9, 176, SR-3L) 6 Cliff Coleman (5-10, 186, SR-3L)
OR 4 Kailo Moore (5-10, 188, SO-1L)
Rover 7 Trae Elston (6-0, 195, JR-2L) 13 Anthony Alford (6-1, 212, SO-RS)
FS 25 Cody Prewitt (6-2, 217, SR-3L) 3 C.J. Hampton (6-0, 192, FR-HS)
Boundary Corner 19 Derrick Jones (6-2, 182, SO-1L)
OR 28 Mike Hilton (5-9, 182, JR-2L)
20 Carlos Davis (5-8, 171, JR-2L)
PK 26 Andrew Fletcher (5-8, 180, SR-1L) 19 Andy Pappanastos (5-11, 189, FR-RS)
P 83 Will Gleeson (6-3, 189, FR-RS) 42 Grant Warren (6-1, 207, FR-RS)
KO 91 Nathan Noble (6-3, 230, SO-1L) 19 Andy Pappanastos (5-11, 189, FR-RS)
Holder 9 Ryan Buchanan (6-3, 208, FR-RS) 88 John Ratliff (6-1, 186, JR-1L)
LS 59 Will Denny (5-11, 221, SR-3L) 52 Will Few (6-3, 250, SO-Sq.)
KR 6 Jaylen Walton (5-8, 166, JR-2L) 13 Anthony Alford (6-1, 212, SO-RS) 4 Kailo Moore (5-10, 188, SO-1L)
PR 20 Carlos Davis (5-8, 171, JR-2L) 8 Quincy Adeboyejo (6-3, 189, SO-1L)

Here are some of my initial impressions:

  • Talbot Buys and Craig Frigo, two invited walk-on junior college transfers, are in the mix at left tackle (eesh), left guard, and center. That's all the evidence you need to demonstrate how perilously thin the Rebel offensive line is.
  • Justin Bell is still at right guard, and weighs 350+ pounds. That's, uh, big, and I'm not sure if it's in a good way or not.
  • Channing Ward, a former five-star defensive end recruit, is a third string tight end now.
  • Vince Sanders or Collins Moore? The latter must be coming along very well in drills and workouts.
  • Same goes for Woody Hamilton, who is listed as a co-starter at nose tackle next to Issac Gross, who has started in that spot for two seasons.
  • Bird and Denzel, who are almost carbon copies of one another, should give us a lot of options and fresh legs at the stinger spot.
  • With Chief Brown's achilles injury, Mike Hilton has taken over the second Huskie spot, as well as first string snaps at corner.
  • I don't know if Ole Miss has ever had this type of depth and athleticism at safety.
  • Anthony Alford being listed as a kick returner certainly is interesting.
In short, we've got experienced defenders, a thin offensive line, and plenty of room for young talent at the skill positions.

Your thoughts?