Huskies’ two-deep is out

  • By Scott M. Johnson Herald Writer
  • Monday, August 30, 2010 7:38pm
  • Sports

SEATTLE _ Before head coach Steve Sarkisian sat down for his first official press conference of the 2010 season Monday afternoon, the University of Washington football team released its two-deep depth chart.

The two-deep actually went three deep at a few positions, and there are 12 starting positions on offense, begging the question of whether math is a subject at UW.

But there were a few interesting nuggets from the chart (no, not that senior from Ferndale who got the nod as the starting quarterback) that made Monday a bit newsworthy.

Among the most hotly-contested positions, senior Greg Christine beat out sophomore Mykenna Ikehara as the starting right guard, sophomore Nate Fellner edged out freshman Will Shamburger at safety (both will play Saturday at BYU, often together in the Huskies’ nickel package) and junior Everette Thompson moved ahead of senior De’Shon Matthews at left defensive end.

Senior D’Andre Goodwin earned the third starting spot at wide receiver, moving ahead of hobbled sophomore James Johnson.

Here is the official two-deep, according to UW’s sports information department:

WR 9 DEVIN AGUILAR (jr., 6-feet, 188 pounds, Denver, Colo.)

8 Kevin Smith (fr., 6-0, 187, Compton, Calif.)

LT 56 SENIO KELEMETE (jr., 6-4, 289, Seattle)

75 Erik Kohler (fr., 6-5, 306, Camarillo, Calif.)

LG 65 RYAN TOLAR (sr., 6-5, 293, Pasco)

52 Nick Wood (jr., 6-3, 287, Poway, Calif.)

C 73 DREW SCHAEFER (soph., 6-4, 281, Sammamish)

51 Mykenna Ikehara (soph., 6-2, 285, Mililani, Hawaii)

RG 61 GREGORY CHRISTINE (sr., 6-2, 288, Camarillo, Calif.)

79 Colin Porter (fr., 6-4, 307, Bothell)

RT 71 CODY HABBEN (sr., 6-6, 290, Sammamish)

63 Daniel Kanczugowski (soph., 6-4, 327, Edmonds)

TE 4 CHRIS IZBICKI (jr., 6-3, 246, Kirkland)

18 Marlion Barnett (r-fr., 6-2, 215, Corona, Calif.)

84 Michael Hartvigson (fr., 6-6, 246, Bothell)

QB 10 JAKE LOCKER (sr., 6-3, 230, Ferndale)

17 Keith Price (r-fr., 6-1, 192, Compton, Calif.) —OR—

5 Nick Montana (fr., 6-3, 191, Thousand Oaks, Calif.)

FB 47 AUSTIN SYLVESTER (sr., 6-1, 248, Reno, Nev.)

88 Dorson Boyce (sr., 6-2, 228, New York City)

TB 1 CHRIS POLK (soph., 5-11, 214, Redlands, Calif.)

23 Johri Fogerson (jr., 6-1, 207, Kent)

24 Jesse Callier (fr., 5-10, 205, Downey, Calif.)

WR 15 JERMAINE KEARSE (jr., 6-2, 205, Lakewood, Pierce Co.)

7 Cody Bruns (jr., 5-11, 177, Prosser)

3 James Johnson (soph., 6-0, 201, Compton, Calif.)

WR 11 D’ANDRE GOODWIN (sr., 5-11, 188, Pacoima, Calif.)

82 Jordan Polk (jr., 5-8, 161, Portland, Ore.)

DE 92 EVERETTE THOMPSON (jr., 6-6, 244, Renton)

96 De’Shon Matthews (sr., 6-4, 253, Sacramento, Calif.)

DT 74 ALAMEDA TA’AMU (jr., 6-3, 330, Kent)

98 Semisi Tokolahi (soph., 6-2, 297, Hilo, Hawaii)

DT 99 CAMERON ELISARA (sr., 6-3, 269, Spokane)

90 Chris Robinson (r-fr., 6-0, 258, Tustin, Calif.)

DE 11 TALIA CRICHTON (soph., 6-3, 246, Lakewood, Calif.)

52 Hau’olu Jamora (fr., 6-3, 238, Laie, Hawaii)

WLB 40 MASON FOSTER (sr., 6-2, 242, Seaside, Calif.)

21 Jordan Wallace (soph., 6-0, 225, Sacramento, Calif.)

37 Princeton Fuimaono (fr., 6-0, 201, Long Beach, Calif.)

MLB 31 CORT DENNISON (jr., 6-1, 236, Salt Lake City)

35 Garret Gilliland (fr., 6-0, 215, Anaheim, Calif.)

34 Tim Tucker (r-fr., 6-1, 221, Harbor City, Calif.)

SLB 41 VICTOR AIYEWA (sr., 6-1, 219, Fresno, Texas)

45 Matt Houston (sr., 6-0, 235, Goleta, Calif.)

43 Cooper Pelluer (fr., 6-3, 221, Sammamish)

CB 6 DESMOND TRUFANT (soph., 6-0, 177, Tacoma)

4 Vonzell McDowell Jr. (sr., 5-9, 183, Kent)

CB 28 QUINTON RICHARDSON (jr., 6-0, 200, Renton)

27 Adam Long (soph., 5-10, 168, Los Angeles)

18 Gregory Ducre (fr., 5-10, 170, Los Angeles)

SS 8 NATE WILLIAMS (sr., 6-0, 215, Renton)

1 Sean Parker (fr., 5-10, 200, Los Angeles)

FS 29 NATE FELLNER (soph., 6-1, 201, Fresno, Calif.)

13 Will Shamburger (fr., 6-0, 190, Compton, Calif.)

P 46 WILL MAHAN (sr., 5-11, 200, Bakersfield, Calif.)

94 Kiel Rasp (jr., 6-3, 215, Seattle)

PK 17 ERIK FOLK (jr., 5-11, 197, Woodland Hills, Calif.)

3 Eric Guttorp (jr., 5-7, 170, Seattle)

LS 60 BRENDAN LOPEZ (jr., 6-0, 226, Bellevue)

KR 1 CHRIS POLK (soph., 5-11, 214, Redlands, Calif.)

8 KEVIN SMITH (fr., 6-0, 187, Compton, Calif.)

PR 9 DEVIN AGUILAR (jr., 6-0, 188, Denver, Colo.)

23 Johri Fogerson (jr., 6-1, 207, Kent)

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