K-State depth chart

Kansas State released its depth chart today. Returning starters in caps. Have at it:

  • WR: TYLER LOCKETT, 5-11, 175, Jr.
  • WR: Curry Sexton  (for three receiver sets), 5-11, 182, Jr.
  • LT: CORNELIUS LUCAS, 6-9, 328, Sr.
  • LG: CODY WHITEHAIR, 6-4, 309, So,
  • C: B.J. FINNEY, 6-4, 303, Jr.
  • RG: Boston Stiverson, 6-4, 312, So.
  • RT: TAVON ROOKS, 6-5, 280, Sr.
  • TE: Andre McDonald, 6-8, 278, Sr.
  • QB: Jake Waters, 6-1, 210, Jr.
  • RB: JOHN HUBERT, 5-7, 191, Sr.
  • FB: Glenn Gronkowski, 6-3, 234, Fr.
  • WR: TRAMAINE THOMPSON, 5-8, 167, Sr.
  • DE: Marquel Bryant, 6-3, 241, So.
  • DT: Travis Britz, 6-4, 293, So.
  • DT: Chaquil Reed, 6-3, 309, Sr.
  • DE: Ryan Mueller, 6-2, 245, Jr.
  • WLB: Jonathan Truman, 5-11, 219, Jr.
  • SLB: TRE WALKER, 6-3, 225, Sr.
  • MLB: Blake Slaughter, 5-10, 227, Sr.
  • CB: Dorrian Roberts, 5-10, 168, Sr.
  • FS: TY ZIMMERMAN, 6-1, 204, Sr.
  • SS: Dante Barnett, 6-1, 186, So.
  • CB: Randall Evans, 6-0, 190, Jr.
  • PK: Jack Cantele, 6-0, 193, So.
  • P: Mark Krause, 5-11, 218, Sr.

11 thoughts on “K-State depth chart

  1. Lots of beef upfront on offense. That TE is huge. stopping Hubert will be key, but it sounds like their qb waters is an amazing passer. We can do this. Go bison!

  2. Lots of inexperience on that team. A rebuilding year for them. Avoid the huge mistakes and the bison roll.

  3. Anyone ever hear of Jake Waters before? National JUCO player of the year last year with over 3,500 yards passing and 39 TDs with a 73% completion rate. KSU’s wide receivers are small but with Waters and his cannon arm gunning the ball it could get ugly fast if the Bison defensive line can’t get pressure on the quarterback.

    Manahattan’s newspaper, The Mercury, has a quote today concerning Sams that backup quarterback… “Snyder said [Sams] could take anywhere from five to 50 snaps.” I wonder what that depends on? The score at halftime?

  4. Ferris State!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Line is at 13.5 right now in Vegas for the KSU game on Friday night. I would take NDSU and those points for the fact that KSU’s defense is very inexperienced.