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Gelen Robinson is back this week.

Sandra Dukes-USA TODAY Sports

Through a couple of games we have seen little change on the depth chart until now. Gelen Robinson is back and he leads the charge of different players shifting around this week:

Offense

WR 5 Domonique Young, Jr., 6-3, 205, Los Angeles, Calif.

20 Gregory Phillips, So., 6-0, 191, Lithonia, Ga.

WR 7 DeAngelo Yancey, Jr., 6-2, 223, Atlanta, Ga.

21 Anthony Mahoungou, So., 6-3, 207, Paris, France

LT 75 David Hedelin, Sr., 6-4, 298, Stockholm, Sweden

77 Joey Warburg, Jr., 6-5, 285, Louisville, Ky.

LG 72 Jason King, Jr., 6-4, 305, Little Rock, Ark.

55 Michael Mendez, Fr., 6-4, 282, Los Fresnos, Texas

C 57 Robert Kugler, 5th, 6-3, 294, Pittsburgh, Pa.

53 Kirk Barron, R-Fr., 6-2, 305, Mishawaka, Ind.

RG 70 Jordan Roos, Jr., 6-4, 312, Celina, Texas

74 Martesse Patterson, R-Fr., 6-3, 345, Columbus, Ohio

RT 66 Cameron Cermin, Jr., 6-5, 301, College Station, Texas

50 Bearooz Yacoobi, R-Fr., 6-5, 297, Dearborn, Mich.

TE 85 Jordan Jurasevich, 5th, 6-3, 250, Crown Point, Ind.

88 Cole Herdman, R-Fr., 6-4, 243, Leesburg, Va.

WR 33 Danny Anthrop, Sr., 6-0, 186, West Lafayette, Ind.

18 Cameron Posey, Jr., 6-1, 183, Boca Raton, Fla.

QB 12 Austin Appleby, Jr., 6-5, 239, North Canton, Ohio

11 David Blough, R-Fr., 6-1, 202, Carrolton, Texas

RB 1 D.J. Knox, So., 5-7, 197, Fairborn, Ga.

8 Markell Jones, Fr., 5-11, 207, Columbus, Ind.

Defense

DT 54 Jake Replogle, Jr., 6-5, 275, Centerbille, Ohio

97 Michael Rouse III, 5th, 6-4, 301, Flossmore, Ill.

NG 92 Ryan Watson, 5th 6-2, 298, Ellicott City, Md.

14 Ra'Zahn Howard, Jr., 6-3, 310, Asbury Park, N.J.

DE 95 Evan Panfil, Jr., 6-5, 262, New Lenox, Ill.

59 Langston Newton, Jr., 6-3, 284, Indianapolis

Or 47 Shayne Henley, Jr., 6-3, 265, Simi Valley, Calif.

RE 11 Antoine Miles, So., 6-3, 236, Canton, Ohio or

13 Gelen Robinson, So., 6-1, 250, Schererville, Ind.

Will 36 Danny Ezechukwu, So., 6-2, 246, Lithonia, Ga.

42 Andy James Garcia, Jr., 6-0, 228, Miami, Fla.

Mike 4 Ja'Whaun Bentley, So., 6-2, 260, Glenarden, Md.

32 Evan Pilliam, Jr., 6-2, 225, Indianapolis, Ind.

Sam 29 Jimmy Herman, Jr., 6-4, 230, Carmel, Ind.

21 Markus Bailey, Fr., 6-1, 230, Columbus, Ohio

LCB 9 Anthony Brown, Sr., 5-11, 190, Tampa, Fla.

20 David Rose, Fr., 6-0, 175, Temple Hill, Md.

SS 3 Leroy Clark, Jr., 5-10, 190, Miami, Fla.

8 Tim Cason, R-Fr., 5-11, 195, Clarkston, Mich.

FS 7 Robert Gregory, Jr., 6-1, 219, Chicago, Ill.

1 Brandon Roberts, R-Fr., 5-11, 198, Naylor, Ga.

RCB 24 Frankie Williams, 5th, 5-9, 190, Tampa, Fla.

2 Da'Wan Hunte, So., 5-9, 183, Miami, Fla.

Specialists

Punter 31 Joe Schopper, Fr., 6-0, 180, Indianapolis, Ind.

30 Thomas Meadows, Sr., 6-0, 182, Maidens, Va.

Placekicker 37 Paul Griggs, Sr., 6-1, 196, Charlotte, N.C.

30 Thomas Meadows, Sr., 6-0, 182, Maidens, Va.

Kickoffs 37 Paul Griggs, Sr., 6-1, 196, Charlotte, N.C.

or 30 Thomas Meadows, Sr., 6-0, 182, Maidens, Va.

Long Snapper 65 Ben Makowski, Fr., 6-2, 263, Osceola, IN

94 Grant Ellington, 5th, 6-0, 234, LaGrange, Ill.

Holder 30 Thomas Meadows, Sr., 6-0, 182, Maidens, Va.

12 Austin Appleby, Jr., 6-5, 239, North Canton, Ohio

Kickoff Returns 1 D.J. Knox, So, 5'7, 197, Fairborn, GA

and 9 Anthony Brown, Sr., 5-11, 190, Tampa, Fla.

Punt Returns 15 Trae Hart, So., 5-10, 168, Mesquite, Texas

24 Frankie Williams, 5th, 5-9, 190, Tampa, Fla.

Notes:

  • Robinson is listed as an "or" with Antoine Miles at rush end, while Shayne Henley shifts over to regular defensive end to backup Evan Panfil with Langston newton. It should be noted that Newton has played really well through two games.
  • Joe Schopper is now atop the depth chart at punter ahead of Thomas Meadows. It looks like the shank by Meadows in the second quarter was it for the senior.
  • NO movement on D.J. Knox, who fumbled on a kick return and on a rush against Indiana State.
  • The receivers are obviously fluid, as Dan Monteroso is not on the two deep, but caught the hail mary at the end of the first half.
  • It seems like Cole Herdman is used more in passing situations at TE, while Jordan Jurasevich is used more as a blocker.