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Here’s your Mississippi State depth chart

With Melvin Lewis out with a fractured fibula, it’s Matt Elam’s time on the defensive line. The sophomore moves up to a starting role at nose tackle in this week’s game against Mississippi State. There are no major changes outside of that.

 

OFFENSE

Quarterback

14 — Patrick Towles (6-5, 240, Jr.)

7 — Drew Barker (6-3, 225, RFr.)

12 — Reese Phillips (6-2, 225, So.)

Running Back

18 — Stanley “Boom” Williams (5-9, 196, So.)

3 — Jojo Kemp (5-10, 200, Jr.)

Or 4 — Mikel Horton (6-2, 226, So.)

22 — Sihiem King (5-9, 172, Fr.)

Tight End

87 — C.J. Conrad (6-5, 245, Fr.)

86 — Darryl Long (6-4, 246, RFr.)

Fullback

48 — Will Tom Collins (5-11, 238, Jr.)

49 — Tanner Fink (6-2, 233, Jr.)

Wide Receiver

13 — Jeff Badet (6-0, 182, So.)

6 — Blake Bone (6-5, 208, So.)

82 — T.V. Williams (5-10, 155, So.)

Wide Receiver

2 — Dorian Baker (6-3, 208, So.)

9 — Garrett Johnson (5-11, 182, So.)

Wide Receiver

9 — Garrett Johnson (5-11, 182, So.)

1 — Ryan Timmons (5-10, 192, Jr.)

88 — Charles Walker (5-11, 203, So.)

Left Tackle

70 — Jordan Swindle (6-7, 309, Sr.)

74 — Cole Mosier (6-6, 335, So.)

Left Guard

68 — Nick Haynes (6-5, 308, So.)

75 — Zach West (6-4, 309, Sr.)

Center

72 — Jon Toth (6-5, 310, Jr.)

57 — Zach Myers (6-3, 300, Jr.)

Right Guard

69 — Ramsey Meyers (6-4, 320, So.)

74 — Cole Mosier (6-6, 335, So.)

65 — Jervontius “Bunchy” Stallings (6-3, 335, 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.)

94 — Courtney Miggins (6-5, 285, Jr.)

92 — Alvonte Bell (6-5, 260, Jr.)

Nose Guard

69 — Matt Elam (6-7, 360, So.)

99 — Adrian Middleton (6-3, 295, RFr.)

Defensive Tackle

67 — C.J. Johnson (6-3, 300, Sr.)

96 — Regie Meant (6-4, 302, So.)

Defensive End/Outside Linebacker

47 — Jabari Johnson (6-1, 272, Sr.)

35 — Denzil Ware (6-2, 255, RFr.)

Strongside Linebacker

6 — Jason Hatcher (6-3, 252, Jr.)

41 — Josh Allen (6-5, 210, Fr.)

Middle Linebacker

45 — Josh Forrest (6-3, 255, Sr.)

34 — Jordan Jones (6-2, 215, Fr.)

Weakside Linebacker

33 — Ryan Flannigan (6-2, 225, Sr.)

Or 22 — Khalid Henderson (6-2, 235, Sr.)

34 — Jordan Jones (6-2, 215, Fr.)

Nickel

24 — Blake McClain (5-11, 195, Jr.)

5 — Kendall Randolph (6-0, 180, So.)

Cornerback

21 — Chris Westry (6-4, 185, Fr.)

11 — J.D. Harmon (6-2, 197, Jr.)

3 — Fred Tiller (6-0, 180, Sr.)

Safety

15 — Marcus McWilson (6-0, 208, Jr.)

27 — Mike Edwards (6-0, 200, RFr.)

Safety

1 — A.J. Stamps (6-0, 205, Sr.)

25 — Darius West (6-0, 206, RFr.)

Cornerback

16 — Cody Quinn (5-10, 180, Sr.)

5 — Kendall Randolph (6-0, 180, So.)

29 — Derrick Baity (6-3, 180, Fr.)

SPECIAL TEAMS

Kicker

99 — Austin MacGinnis (5-10, 175, So.)

95 — Miles Butler (5-9, 171, RFr.)

Punter

9 — Landon Foster (6-1, 178, Sr.)

93 — Bryan Kirshe (6-0, 150, RFr.)

Kickoff Returner

22 — Sihiem King (5-9, 172, Fr.)

11 — J.D. Harmon (6-2, 197, Jr.)

1 — Ryan Timmons (5-10, 192, Jr.)

13 — Jeff Badet (6-0, 182, So.)

Punt Returner

1 — Ryan Timmons (5-10, 192, Jr.)

82 — T.V. Williams (5-10, 155, So.)

Snapper

59 — Kelly Mason (6-3, 235, Sr.)

Holder

9 — Landon Foster (6-1, 178, Sr.)

Article written by Drew Franklin

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

25 Comments for Here’s your Mississippi State depth chart



  1. jopo53
    11:36 am October 19, 2015 Permalink

    It would be nice if he wouldn’t stand straight up as soon as the ball is snapped.



  2. ReverendBlue
    11:47 am October 19, 2015 Permalink

    Yes, I also noticed that his “technique” was mostly to stand straight up and catch the offensive lineman. As a 1 technique, he could be so valuable to us if he would fire out of his stance and use his size to blow the center back a yard or two and disrupt the pulling offensive linemen and back angles. I think he could do it if he puts his mind to it.



    • KT
      11:49 am October 19, 2015 Permalink

      ^^this.



    • BenHur
      12:01 pm October 19, 2015 Permalink

      His four point stance is really just fingers touching the ground and all the weight in his heels. I don’t know football as well as players or coaches, but it seems to me you can’t possibly explode out of that position. Takes him 2 seconds after the snap to get weight going forward.



  3. KT
    11:48 am October 19, 2015 Permalink

    Timmons still in rotation at return and wr. I hope he breaks a big one. Come on Ryan, you haven’t shown what your capable of this year. Pulling for you to step up. Our return game needs it.



  4. BenHur
    11:54 am October 19, 2015 Permalink

    Is it time to try Bryan Kirshe at punter yet?



    • They tried in EKU game
      12:08 pm October 19, 2015 Permalink

      Kirshe punted in the EKU game one time. 31 yards with a 29 yard return.

      Bryan Kirshe punt 31 yards to the EKU45, ABSANON, Stanle return 29 yards to the UK26 (Ryan Flannigan).



    • BenHur
      12:18 pm October 19, 2015 Permalink

      Fair enough, is it time to let him have a second go at it?



  5. Negative Fan
    11:56 am October 19, 2015 Permalink

    Yeah Miss St. beat Auburn by 8 at Auburn, we have no chance in this game.

    And you can get tea bagged from Nuts.com?!!! I’m in!

  6. Come on big man. It’s your time! Show us what you can do and show Saban what he missed out on!



  7. Rectumuz prime
    12:02 pm October 19, 2015 Permalink

    How bout we use Conrad some more in the passing game, ya know since he catches it? no? alright. go cats



    • BenHur
      12:11 pm October 19, 2015 Permalink

      Mr. Rectum, I agree, Conrad deserves 4-5 targets a game.



    • J-Dub421
      12:29 pm October 19, 2015 Permalink

      Conrad will be able to get more targets as a passer when Boom learns to block better in the backfield. Until then Conrad is needed as a blocker.



    • inside info2
      1:41 pm October 19, 2015 Permalink

      What J-Dub said. Conrad is more important to us as a blocker than as a receiver right now. It sucks for him, but I hope he understands why he isn’t targeted as much as he should be.



    • BenHur
      2:00 pm October 19, 2015 Permalink

      Being needed for blocking doesn’t mean he has to block every single down.



  8. BAdams
    12:16 pm October 19, 2015 Permalink

    If Matt hasnt gotten it by now, I wonder if he ever will. Not since Faulkner have I seen a top rated recruit be so non-existant, and a lot of that is thanks to Joker (talking about Faulkner). If he cant get his weight moving forward and play with some effort, he just needs to sit on the bench. I hope he turns it around though. As for the Foster…am I crazy or was he better last year? I dont get what is up with our special teams (I know MacGinnis has been injured) but special teams was usually a strong point for us, even under Joker. And as much as I hate to see Melvin Lewis get hurt like that, and I’m sure I will catch hell for saying this, but that looked like some nasty instant karma. He gets a personal foul call (from the replay I couldnt see what the offensive lineman did but all I saw was Melvin pushing him to the ground) then the next play he is injured. I feel bad for the guy though, it looked and sounded pretty painful. Hopefully he recovers soon.



    • jcatron
      1:19 pm October 19, 2015 Permalink

      Bring back backwards hat guy!



  9. kyle heavy
    1:08 pm October 19, 2015 Permalink

    Is it me or did Cody Quinn get abused against Auburn? Fred Tiller hasn’t played all year but his equally terrible running mate from last year is still starting.



    • jcatron
      1:18 pm October 19, 2015 Permalink

      I agree with Quinn but I think JD big play Harmon needs in there more instead of Tiller.



    • kyle heavy
      1:25 pm October 19, 2015 Permalink

      Oh I agree with starting Harmon. I’m not advocating for Tiller to play more. I’m advocating for Quinn to join him on the bench.



    • fatbrat
      5:34 pm October 19, 2015 Permalink

      Are you serious Cody Quinn is still starting? #5 was killing him before he got his eye poked. I believe he was the cover guy on the blown coverage in the end zone. On the first play of the second half he got ‘Rudied’…. like Rudy got in practice, just got blown up. I think he sat most of the 2nd half.



  10. Football 101?
    1:26 pm October 19, 2015 Permalink

    For those that want the aggressive d-linemen to distrupt the LOS, remember what the 3-4/hybrid defense is supposed to be. Gap responsibilities by the D-line w/ the LBs free to make the play. Generally, the responsibility of the nose guard (Elam/Lewis) is to clog up as much of the middle of the offensive line as possible to allow the other defensive players to make plays, hence the pillow fighting we see at times. However, I think, while that is the purpose, they should still initiate an aggressive point of attack while holding the gap, unlike what we have seen with Elam who lets the contact come to him and can often get moved out of gap responsibility due to poor technique and height. Need to be more physical.



    • inside info2
      1:44 pm October 19, 2015 Permalink

      From what people around the program are saying, it’s Elam’s attitude that is holding him back more than anything. That needs to get straightened out first.



  11. UKfanNKY
    2:54 pm October 19, 2015 Permalink

    Gotta love the coaches on here, lol



  12. Coloradocat
    6:24 pm October 19, 2015 Permalink

    We will have the best offense in the SEC next year.