Going Deep: Red Wolves release 2-Deep for the Washington Huskies

After three weeks, the Red Wolves two-deep is as you might expect – a mixture of truth and misdirection.

QBJames Blackman(or) Layne Hatcher
RBAlan LamarMarcel Murray
TEReed TylerEmmanuel Stevenson
WRJeff ForemanAdam Jones
WRCorey RuckerReagan Ealy
WRTe’Vailance HuntDahu Green
LTAndre HarrisNoah Smith
LGIvory ScottMakilan Thomas
CEthan MinerJacob Still
RGErnesto RamirezJustin DuttonAvery Demmons
RTRobert HolmesWyatt Luebke
DEJoe OzougwuThurman Geathers
DEKivon BennetTW Ayers
DTTerry HamptonQuay Mays
DTVidal ScottJohn Mincey
LBAnthony SwitzerCam Jeffery
LBCabel BonnerDerrick Bean
LBDane MotleyJeffmario Brown(or) Jaden Harris
SAntonio FletcherElery Aldexander
STaylon DossTrevian Thomas
CBJarius ReimonenqDenzel Blackwell
CBSamy JohnsonLeon Jones
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KBlake GrupeAidan Ellison
PRyan Hanson
KRMarcel MurrayLincoln Pare
PRLeroy DeshazorLincoln Pare
OR is our MVP
  • 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.