This is LAJ's Don Williams pre-fall practice depth chart in what I think is a more readable format. Enjoy and please feel free to add your own thoughts.
|Left Tackle||Left Guard||Center||Right Guard||Right Tackle|
|Rylan Reed; 6-7/305; SR||Louis Vasquez; 6-6/335; SR||Stephen Hamby; 6-3/292; JR||Brandon Carter; 6-7;354; JR||Marlon Winn; 6-6/325; JR|
|Mickey Okafor; 6-7/326; RS FR||Justin Keown; 6-4/290; SO||Shawn Byrnes; 6-4/295; JR||Jake Johnson; 6-7/370; SR||Chris Olson; 6-5/285; SO|
|Omar Castillo; 6-6/282; FR||Lonnie Edwards; 6-5/288; FR||Blake Emert; 6-4/280; RS FR||Landon Burge; 6-3/286; SO||Joe King; 6-6/324; FR|
|Terry McDaniel; 6-7/330; FR||Deveric Gallington; 6-4/347; FR||-||Deveric Gallington; 6-4/347; FR||Dominique Delpeche; 6-6/363; RS FR|
|Adrian Archie/INJ; 6-5/315; SO||-||-||-||Jonathann Guerra; 6-3/265; FR|
Thoughts: Justin Keown got reps at center last year and now he's been moved to left guard and I wonder if Lonnie Edwards, who was highly recruited, is going to overtake his spot next year . . . Jake Johnson, who played and started a few games last year at right tackle has now been moved inside behind Carter, two absolute giants . . . I think I recall that Lonnie Edwards was at left guard last year, but has now been moved to right guard . . . Gallington is a guy they have at both guard positions . . . Joe King has jumped ahead of Delpeche at right tackle . . . Archie is out for the year with a torn ACL . . .
Receivers and Backs
|X Receiver||H Receiver||Y Receiver||Z Receiver|
|Edward Britton; 6-0/174; JR||Eric Morris; 5-8/169; SR||Detron Lewis; 6-0/209; SO||Michael Crabtree; 6-3/214; SO|
|Todd Walker; 6-1/180; JR||Adam James; 6-3/217; RS FR||Tramain Swindall; 6-3/175; RS FR||Lyle Leong; 6-1/165; SO|
|Rashad Hawk; 6-4/183; FR||Blake Kelley; 5-11/180; JR||Adrian Reese; 6-7/207; JR||Landon Hoefer; 6-1/200; JR|
|Brik Brinker; 6-2/199; SO||Cornelius Douglas; 5-9/180; FR||Austin Zouzalik; 6-1/175; FR||Jacoby Franks; 6-1/194; RS FR|
|Quarterback||Running Back||BH Receiver|
|Graham Harrell; 6-3/205; SR||Aaron Crawford; 5-11/199; SO||Ryan Hale; 6-1/227; JR|
|Taylor Potts; 6-5; 218; SO||Baron Batch; 5-11/200; RS SO||-|
|Steven Sheffield; 6-4/218; SO||Shannon Woods; 5-11/194; SR||-|
|Stefan Loucks; 6-1/171; RS FR||Harrison Jeffers; 5-9/210; FR||-|
|Seth Doege; 6-2/207; FR||Brandon Reid; 6-1/210; FR||-|
Thoughts: Interesting that Jacoby Franks is behind Landon Hoefer, I'm surprised by this . . . Williams' depth chart does state that the starting running back could be Crawford, Batch or Woods, indicating that the starting spot is still up for grabs . . . Apparently Brandon Reid is going to get a shot at running back although it's been mentioned before that he could end up at linebacker or safety . . . Reese has apparently lost ground to Swindall, but Reese always struck me as the type of guy in-between positions . . .
Defensive Line and Linebackers
|End||Nose Tackle||Tackle||Rush End|
|Jake Ratliff; 6-7/255; SR||Colby Whitlock; 6-2/285; SO||Rajon Henley; 6-3/266; JR||Brandon Williams; 6-5/246; JR|
|Brandon Sharpe; 6-3/244; JR||Chris Perry; 6-3/308; FR||Richard Jones; 6-1/272; JR||Daniel Howard; 6-3/238; JR|
|Brandon Sesay; 6-6/279; JR||Clint Stoffels; 6-0/254; SO||David Neill; 6-5/263; RS FR||McKinner Dixon; 6-3/250; JR|
|Ryan Haliburton; 6-4/242; FR||Britton Barbee; 6-2/282; SO||Joey Fowler/INJ; 6-4/271; FR||Sandy Riley; 6-0;237; JR|
|Sam Linebacker||Mike Linebacker||Will Linebacker|
|Bront Bird; 6-4/226; SO||Brian Duncan; 6-1/238; SO||Marlon Willilams; 6-0/224; JR|
|Tyrone Sonier; 6-2/215; RS FR||Victor Hunter; 5-11/256; JR||Blake Collier; 6-2/211; JR|
|Julius Howard; 6-1/210; SO||Sam Fehoko; 5-11/236; RS||Julius Howard; 6-1/210; SO|
|-||Chris Wallace; 5-11/208; JR||Riley Harvey; 6-1/193; 9|
Thoughts: I always forget that because Sharpe missed so much time last year he's still a junior and having not seen him play, I'm not sure if he should be the backup left end . . . Lots of youth at the strong linebacker spot, but lots of talent as well . . . Williams mentioned that Howard would be getting time at the strong side spot as well as the weakside spot . . . I really want to see Fehoko on the field . . .
|Left Corner||Strong Safety||Free Safety||Right Corner|
|Jamar Wall; 5-10/195; JR||Anthony Hines; 6-1/222; SR||Darcell McBath; 6-1/196; SR||LaRon Moore; 5-9/186; SO|
|Brent Nickerson; 6-0/195; JR||L.A. Reed; 6-2/212; SR||Daniel Charbonnet; 5-11/203; SR||Marcus Bunton; 5-8/192; SR|
|De'Shon Sanders; 6-1/198; JR||Lance Fuller; 6-2/217; SR||Jordy Rowland; 6-1/196; SR||Pete Richardson; 5-11/185; JR|
|Taylor Charbonnet; 5-10/168; RS FR||Franklin Mitchem; 6-2/201; SO||Cody Davis; 6-2; 205; FR||Jared Flannel; 5-11/173; RS FR|
|Jarrell Routt; 6-0/191; JR||LaShawn Vation; 5-9/194; JR||-||Nathan Stone; 5-8/175; SO|
Thoughts: I have no idea how much Reed is going to contribute to this year's team . . . Jared Flannel, recruited at running back, is going to be at cornerback, I'm interested . . . Jarrell Routt and De'Shon Sanders need to both make an impact, whether it be on defense or special teams, but those guys need to earn their spots . . .
|Cory Fowler; 5-8/161; SR||Jonathan LaCour; 6-2/208; SO|
|Jonathan LaCour; 6-2/208; SO||-|
|Donnie Carona; 6-0/215; FR||-|
Thoughts: The prevailing thought is that Carona wins the kicker job, but it's obviously not being given to him . . .