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UK’s Week 2 Depth Chart: Wagner rewarded for big first game

Kentucky’s updated depth chart for Week 2 is now out and there are no major changes to the pecking order. The most notable jump from a week ago is Ahmad Wagner moving from second to first at the X receiver spot, while Josh Ali, last week’s X receiver, moves over to the Z ahead of Bryce Oliver.

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22 Comments for UK’s Week 2 Depth Chart: Wagner rewarded for big first game



  1. mashburnfan1
    11:36 am September 2, 2019 Permalink

    Can someone get an update on Mosely, after watching all the mistakes Brown made we need Mosely out there or try Devonshire instead of trying to save his RS. I think Brown will be good for us in time but we need solid play now based on how all the SEC East teams looked. We may have a shot this year at another UK/UGA game for the East at UGA in November.
    Bailey at WR looked really good, would have had another catch for big yards if Fortner had not got that penalty. Kash looked slow for some reason, we were better with Square, Oats and Wright or Paschal.



    • ky1988
      11:46 am September 2, 2019 Permalink

      Can’t bench Kash he his the heart and soul of the defense



    • michaelb
      4:44 pm September 3, 2019 Permalink

      It’s true , cash is a run stopper , square and oats foot speed lend themselves as more serviceable . The season is long though and we’ll need every last one of them to play their best at some point later on down the road . Injuries happen



    • mashburnfan1
      12:01 pm September 2, 2019 Permalink

      Not saying bench him, he is a leader and good player. However he should not be in there for sure passing downs. We have at least 4 {probably 5} better LB’s that play as far as talent. The experience and heart Kash has is vital and needed at times. Kash looked slow Saturday, did he put on weight or is he just not 100% ready yet?



    • Trueblue44
      12:05 pm September 2, 2019 Permalink

      A lot of times Kash is pulled on 3rd and long situations. His pass coverage is hard to watch but his straight line run defense is very good. 1st downs and 2nd and shorts are his best situations just due to lack of lateral quickness. Great leader though so having him on the field is ideal



    • JASUN74
      1:51 pm September 2, 2019 Permalink

      Instead of questioning our Coaching Staff, let just let them do their jobs. I’m sure they know a hell of a lot more about the guys on this team than we do after watching one game!!



  2. bbn606
    12:03 pm September 2, 2019 Permalink

    I thought Echols may have earned a starting spot.



    • SuperTroy18
      3:40 pm September 2, 2019 Permalink

      Same.



  3. maximumscott
    12:10 pm September 2, 2019 Permalink

    Kash has always been the same speed. His strength is his intensity and captain of the defense. Plus he is a good run stuffer.



  4. UKinIN
    12:31 pm September 2, 2019 Permalink

    Surprise RB2 is still an OR after Rodriguez’s fumbles.



  5. T-Town Cat
    12:32 pm September 2, 2019 Permalink

    Only 3 Seniors on each side of the ball on the 2-Deep chart. The future looks bright.



  6. Trey
    12:42 pm September 2, 2019 Permalink

    Can’t believe Echols didn’t do enough to earn the start. He was our best player in the secondary by a mile!



  7. Wildcat homer
    12:53 pm September 2, 2019 Permalink

    Rodriguez is an impressive blocker but he has got to hold on to the ball



  8. JASUN74
    2:02 pm September 2, 2019 Permalink

    If your name is Nick Saban, Or maybe Jimbo Fisher, then this comment is not for you. To the rest of you armchair Quarterbacks, I believe I’ll take Coach Stoops opinions over yours any day of the week about this football team. There’s not another coach in the country I’d rather have Coaching these young men, but yet we’ve got a hundred different ‘from home coaches’, that think they know more. No one tells you guys how to suck the shiiit out of the porta potties do they?? No!, we’ll maybe you should let this Coaching Staff make the decisions about this team. Thanks soo much, and we’ll call if we need you!!



  9. ukisdabest
    8:56 pm September 2, 2019 Permalink

    Masburn stop criticizing r team



  10. ukisdabest
    8:57 pm September 2, 2019 Permalink

    mashBUM stop criticizing this team stoops will do a gazillion times better than u any day of the week



  11. michaelb
    4:40 pm September 3, 2019 Permalink

    Yes Wagner is finding his footing like we all hoped he would . He has the tools to be a weapon on offense I’m glad he’s getting the hang of it



  12. michaelb
    4:42 pm September 3, 2019 Permalink

    Our O and D line will continually get better by the game . I’m glad our secondary played better than I expected – I know we just played Toledo but they have the concepts down you can still tell