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Week 2 Depth Chart For Rutgers Football

NCAA Football: Rutgers at Washington Jennifer Buchanan-USA TODAY Sports

The depth chart for the Howard game was released this morning and there were no surprises.


QB: Chris Laviano / Gio Rescigno OR Zach Allen

RB: Justin Goodwin / Robert Martin OR Josh Hicks

TE: Nick Arcidiacono / Matt Flanagan

WR: Carlton Agudosi or John Tsimis / Jawuan Harris

WR: Janarion Grant / Dacoven Bailey OR John Tsimis

WR: Andre Patton / Vance Matthews

LT: Tariq Cole / Zack Heeman

LG: Dorian Miller / Zach Venesky

C: Derrick Nelson / Jonah Jackson

RG: Chris Muller / Marcus Applefield

RT: J.J. Denman / Kamaal Seymour

Notes: Chris Ash said he won’t comment on injuries unless its a long term issue....there was no update on the status of Robert Martin...Ash confirmed Ahmir Mitchell is coming to Rutgers and cannot play this season......Ash said nothing changed in his evaluation of Chris Laviano after the Washington game. No mention of the backup either, although Ash said on Saturday Gio Rescigno would have been the next QB to playDrew Mehringer indicated Josh Hicks has earned more carries, but Justin Goodwin is still slated to start against Howard.


DE: Quanzell Lambert / Darnell Davis

NT: Sebastian Joseph / Kevin Wilkins

DT: Darius Hamilton / Jon Bateky

DE: Julian Pinnix-Odrick /Myles Nash

WLB: Trevor Morris / Eric Margolis

MLB: Deonte Roberts / Kevin Marquez

SLB: Greg Jones / Najee Clayton

CB: Isaiah Wharton / Ross Douglas

FS: Saquan Hampton / Kiy Hester

SS: Anthony Cioffi / Lawrence Stevens

CB: Blessuan Austin / Damon Hayes

Notes: Defensive coordinator Jay Niemann praised both Kiy Hester and Darius Hamilton regarding their performances against Washington.


K: David Bonagura / Jared Smolar

P: Michael Cintron / Tim Gleeson

LS: Alan Lucy / Matthew Sportelli

Notes: No surprises here and it should remain the same for the whole season.

With no changes to the depth chart for week 2, the team can hope to gain more continuity ahead of Saturday’s game against Howard. Something to watch for will be how much the true freshman that played against Washington perform in game two, as well as if any other freshman see their first action in the home opener.