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Kentucky’s Post-Spring Depth Chart

Kentucky football released its post-spring depth chart today at SEC Media Days in Hoover. Check it out…

OFFENSE

Quarterback
14 — Patrick Towles (6-5, 240, Jr.)
or 7 — Drew Barker (6-3, 225, RFr.)
12 — Reese Phillips (6-2, 225, So.)

Running back
18 — Stanley “Boom” Williams (5-9, 196, So.)
or 3 — Jojo Kemp (5-10, 200, Jr.)
or 4 — Mikel Horton (6-1, 226, So.)
32 — William Mahone (5-9, 190, So.)

Wide receiver
6 — Blake Bone (6-5, 208, So.)
10 — Thaddeus Snodgrass (6-1, 190, RFr.)

Wide receiver
9 — Garrett Johnson (5-11, 182, So.)
1 — Ryan Timmons (5-10, 192, Jr.)
or 82 — T.V. Williams (5-10, 155, So.)
88 — Charles Walker (5-11, 203, So.)
20 — Ryan Kendall (5-10, 193, RFr.)

Wide receiver
87 — Joey Herrick (6-1, 203, Sr.)
17 — Alex Montgomery (6-2, 210, Jr.)
83 — Cameron Fogle (5-11, 203, So.)

Wide receiver
2 — Dorian Baker (6-3, 208, So.)
13 — Jeff Badet (6-0, 182, So.)
31 — David Bouvier (5-9, 161, RFr.)

Tight end
15 — C.J. Conrad (6-5, 245, Fr.)
86 — Darryl Long (6-4, 246, RFr.)
85 — Greg Hart (6-5, 240, So.)

Fullback
48 — Will Thomas Collins (5-11, 238, Jr.)
49 — Tanner Fink (6-2, 233, Jr.)

Left tackle
70 — Jordan Swindle (6-7, 309, Sr.)
64 — George Asafo-Adjei (6-5, 325, Fr.)
78 — Nick Richardson (6-4, 283, RFr.)

Left guard
68 — Nick Haynes (6-5, 308, So.)
75 — Zach West (6-4, 305, Sr.)
65 — Jervontius Stallings (6-3, 335, RFr.)
55 — David Baumer (6-5, 307 RFr.)

Center
72 — Jon Toth (6-5, 310, Jr.)
57 — Zach Myers (6-3, 300, Jr.)
62 — Dylan Greenberg (6-2, 308, So.)

Right guard
69 — Ramsey Meyers (6-4, 320, So.)
74 — Cole Mosier (6-6, 335, So.)
67 — Jarrett LaRubbio (6-6, 297, RFr.)

Right tackle
73 — Kyle Meadows (6-5, 298, So.)
64 — George Asafo-Adjei (6-5, 325, Fr.)

Defense

Defensive end
91 — Farrington Huguenin (6-4, 282, Sr.)
99 — Adrian Middleton (6-3, 295, RFr.)
20 — Kengera Daniel (6-5, 260, Fr.)

Defensive tackle
96 — Regie Meant (6-4, 302, So.)
67 — C.J. Johnson (6-3, 300, Sr.)
98 — Tymere Dubose (6-5, 315, RFr.)
78 — Zane Williams (6-4, 285, Jr.)

Defensive tackle
90 — Melvin Lewis (6-4, 332, Sr.)
69 — Matt Elam (6-7, 360, So.)
66 — Jacob Hyde (6-2, 320, So.)

Defensive end/Linebacker
47 — Jabari Johnson (6-1, 272, Sr.)
35 — Denzil Ware (6-2, 255, RFr.)
7 — Daron Blaylock (6-1, 226, Sr.)
43 — Logan Blue (6-4, 246, RFr.)

Strongside Linebacker
6 — Jason Hatcher (6-3, 252, Jr.)
8 — Kobie Walker (6-3, 210, RFr.)

Middle linebacker
45 — Josh Forrest (6-3, 255, Sr.)
40 — Nico Firios (6-2, 230, RFr.)
or 14 — Dorian Hendrix (6-0, 232, RFr.)
or 51 — Courtney Love (6-2, 245, So.)

Weakside linebacker
33 — Ryan Flannigan (6-2, 225, Sr.)
22 — Khalid Henderson (6-1, 235, Sr.)
34 — Jordan Jones (6-2, 215, Fr.)

Cornerback
3 — Fred Tiller (6-0, 180, Sr.)
11 — J.D. Harmon (6-2, 197, Jr.)
5 — Kendall Randolph (6-0, 180, So.)
18 — Glenn Faulkner (6-2, 208, Sr.)

Cornerback
16 — Cody Quinn (5-10, 180, Sr.)
19 — Jaleel Hytchye (5-10, 175, Jr.)
23 — Jared Tucker (5-11, 175, RFr.)

Safety
15 — Marcus McWilson (6-0, 208, Jr.)
24 — Blake McClain (5-11, 195, Jr.)
27 — Mike Edwards (6-0, 200, RFr.)
17 — Zack Blaylock (6-0, 193, Jr.)

Safety
1 — A.J. Stamps (6-0, 205, Sr.)
25 — Darius West (6-0, 206, RFr.)
30 — Rhomel Fields (6-2, 191, RFr.)

Special Teams

Kicker
99 — Austin MacGinnis (5-10, 175, So.)
95 — Miles Butler (5-9, 171, RFr.)
44 — Max Strong (5-11, 181, Jr.)

Punter
9 — Landon Foster (6-1, 178, Sr.)
93 — Bryan Kirshe (6-0, 150, RFr.)

Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

7 Comments for Kentucky’s Post-Spring Depth Chart



  1. novalsi
    11:44 am July 13, 2015 Permalink

    Too much “or” on the O side of the ball …



  2. Laker Cat 18
    11:54 am July 13, 2015 Permalink

    I’m still not sold Barker is better than Phillips. No way there is a tie at the QB spot right now. Towles is the clear starter right now.



  3. Matt
    11:58 am July 13, 2015 Permalink

    I’m glad that most of the seniors are on the defensive side…but it’s still such a crazy, young team! Go Cats!



    • Agree
      12:56 pm July 13, 2015 Permalink

      First thing I noticed as well, very young group, especially on offense. Hope they play to their talent rating and Stoops and company coach them up. I am really excited about this season. Season ticket holder for first time and can’t wait for season opener.



  4. WOW
    2:15 pm July 13, 2015 Permalink

    Zach West demoted after starting 3 years. I hope that’s more about the younger kids improving and not him regressing. It looks like Blake McClain is still 2nd string. I hope that is just because he’ll primarily be our nickle guy again. I love watching Blake play! Something I noticed is that Alex Montgomery is a junior. Didn’t he get a medical redshirt last year since he was still recovering from ACL surgery?



  5. JR
    3:53 pm July 13, 2015 Permalink

    Elam is 2nd string? Surprised by that. And our defense is mostly seniors, so should be able to keep us in games…hopefully.



  6. Windycitysteam
    6:18 am July 14, 2015 Permalink

    Looking good..