After three weeks, the Red Wolves two-deep is as you might expect – a mixture of truth and misdirection.
|QB||James Blackman||(or) Layne Hatcher|
|RB||Alan Lamar||Marcel Murray|
|TE||Reed Tyler||Emmanuel Stevenson|
|WR||Jeff Foreman||Adam Jones|
|WR||Corey Rucker||Reagan Ealy|
|WR||Te’Vailance Hunt||Dahu Green|
|LT||Andre Harris||Noah Smith|
|LG||Ivory Scott||Makilan Thomas|
|C||Ethan Miner||Jacob Still|
|RG||Ernesto Ramirez||Justin Dutton||Avery Demmons|
|RT||Robert Holmes||Wyatt Luebke|
|DE||Joe Ozougwu||Thurman Geathers|
|DE||Kivon Bennet||TW Ayers|
|DT||Terry Hampton||Quay Mays|
|DT||Vidal Scott||John Mincey|
|LB||Anthony Switzer||Cam Jeffery|
|LB||Cabel Bonner||Derrick Bean|
|LB||Dane Motley||Jeffmario Brown||(or) Jaden Harris|
|S||Antonio Fletcher||Elery Aldexander|
|S||Taylon Doss||Trevian Thomas|
|CB||Jarius Reimonenq||Denzel Blackwell|
|CB||Samy Johnson||Leon Jones|
|K||Blake Grupe||Aidan Ellison|
|KR||Marcel Murray||Lincoln Pare|
|PR||Leroy Deshazor||Lincoln Pare|
- Ernesto Ramirez gets the start at offensive right guard while Avery Demmons gets booted from the two-deep.
- Running back continues to be a dice-roll, with Alan Lamar and Marcel Murray again listed as the 1-2 rotators, despite Lincoln Pare clearly being the more effective back against Memphis.
- The defensive backfield appears to be set. The squad didn’t exactly shine against Memphis, but I expect improvement in Seattle.
- Freshman tight end Emmanuel Stevenson, targeted five times for 39 yards against Memphis, is definitely a weapon in the Red Wolves offense. Look to see him play a big role on Saturday.
- Guys not on the two deep (but I suspect will contribute): Akeem Hayes, Johnnie Lang and Lincoln Pare.