As expected, there was no resolution at QB/RB/TE, but the other spots have some movement. WR: Brandon Coleman and Mark Harrison are your starters over Wright, Pratt, and Deering. Miles Shuler isn't on the depth chart at all. Can we please redshirt him? OL: Johnson and Dill as bookend starters were expected, as was Bujari over Hendrikson at C. Alexander is starting RG, while LG looks like Lowery vs. Osei. Matt McBride and Devon Watkis round out the depth chart. DE: Awww, no Issaka? DT: Ken Kirksey isn't on the depth chart, but he did miss most of the spring. Currently - Ike Holmes is starting at NT, which means Scott Vallone goes back to his natural 3-technique position. Al Page or Marquise Wright could be the next noses, while Jamal Merrell moves inside to back up Vallone. You wonder if that sticks, or he goes back to DE when Kirksey is healthy. Either way, where does Darius Hamilton fit in in the fall? LB: Kevin Snyder and Quentin Gause looking good were known commodities. Robert Joseph is the third LB apparently, or at least until Quanzilla gets here (assuming Quanzilla isn't a DE, which is far from a given.) Or maybe Longa? DB: Waters holds off Warren at SS, with Mase Robinson coming back as the nickel CB. It's Glashen vs. Cooper for the dime back spot, and J.T. Tartacoff against Rashad Knight for backup FS. It'll be nice to see what Tejay Johnson can do in the fall if healthy.