2017 Temple Game: Notre Dame Depth Chart

Notre Dame released its first official depth chart of the season on Tuesday as the Irish prepare to take on the Temple Owls in the 2017 season opener.  The Irish and and Owls will clash this Saturday in Notre Dame Stadium which will feature a video board for the first time in the building’s history.  To get prepared for this weekend’s contest, here is the official depth chart for the game.  We’ll have more thoughts on this later.

Offensive Depth Chart

POSStarterBackupThird Team
QBBrandon Wimbush (Jr)Ian Book (Fr)Montgomery VanGorder (Sr)
RBJosh Adams (Jr)Dexter Williams (Jr)OR Tony Jones Jr (So)
XCameron Smith (5th)CJ Sanders (Jr)Michael Young (Jr)
ZFreddy Canteen (Sr)OR Chris Finke (Jr)Jafar Armstrong (Fr)
WEquanimeous St. Brown (Jr)Chase Claypool (So)OR Miles Boykin (Jr)
LTMike McGlinchey (5th)Liam Eichenberg (So)
LGQuenton Nelson (Sr)Josh Lugg (Fr)
CSam Mustipher (Sr)Trevor Ruhland (Jr)
RGAlex Bars (Sr)Hunter Bivin (5th)
RTTommy Kraemer (So)Robert Hainsey (Fr)
TEDurham Smythe (5th)Alize Mack (Jr)Nic Weishar (Sr)

Defensive Depth Chart

POSStarterBackupThird Team
SDEJay Hayes (Sr)OR Andrew Trumbetti (Sr)Khalid Kareem (So)
DTJonathan Bonner (Sr)Myron Tagovailoa-Amosa (Fr)Micah Dew-Treadway (Jr)
NGJerry Tillery (Jr)Kurt Hinish (Fr)Brandon Tiassum (Jr)
WDEDaelin Hayes (So)OR Andrew Trumbetti (Sr)Julian Okwara (So)
MIKENyles Morgan (Sr)Jamir Jones (So)Jonathan Jones (So)
BUCKGreer Martini (5th)OR Tevon Coney (Jr)
ROVERDrue Tranquill (Sr)Asmar Bilal (Jr)
CBJulian Love (So)Shaun Crawford (Jr)Troy Pride Jr (So)
SSJalen Elliot (So)Devin Studstill (So)
FSNick Coleman (Jr)Isaiah Robertson (Fr)
CBNick Watkins (Sr)Donte Vaughn (So)

Special Team Depth Chart

POSSTARTERBackup
KJustin Yoon (Jr)Jonathan Doerer (Fr)
PTyler Newsome (Sr)Jeff Riney (Jr)
LSJohn Shannon (So)Nic Weishar (Sr)
HOLDMontgomery VanGorder (Sr)Tyler Newsome (Sr)
KOJonathan Doerer (Fr)Justin Yoon (Jr)
KRCJ Sanders (Jr)Tony Jones (So)
PRChris Finke (Jr)CJ Sanders (Jr)

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4 Comments

  1. Time for the Irish to earn back the respect that was lost last year. Play fast, physical and smart football for four quarters.

    GO IRISH!

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