Chase Rettig #11 of the Boston College Eagles is down after the last play of the game against the Northwestern Wildcats on September 3, 2011 at Alumni Stadium in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.The Northwestern Wildcats defeated the Boston College Eagles 24-17. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
Boston College football has released its week 3 depth chart for the Duke game. Here are the highlights.
The Eagles' offensive line continues to be reworked with Mark Spinney now out. Nate Richman moves back to starting left guard, while redshirt freshman Aaron Kramer fills in behind Wetzel at backup left tackle. True freshman Dave Bowen cracks this week's two deep at backup right guard, replacing Eddie Meredith.
Of note, there's no more OR at the backup quarterback spot, with Marscovetra listed as this week's second string QB behind Rettig. Finally, there's still no sign of Montel as Andre Williams and Tahj Kimble are listed as the starting running backs.
On defense, junior Conor O'Neal replaces the injured Kaleb Ramsey at starting LT this week. Redshirt freshman Harris Williams slots in behind O'Neal. Sopomore Jaryd Rudolph replaces the injured Connor Wujciak at backup defensive end.
No changes in the linebacking corps, which has been one of the few bright spots on defense so far this season.
Finally, and most concerning, the Eagles again have a major shakeup in the secondary. SS Jim Noel has been moved back to starting BC to replace C.J. Jones, with redshirt freshman Dominique Williams replacing Noel as the starting strong safety. True freshman Spenser Rositano backs up Williams. For those keeping track at home, that leaves just one projected starting defensive back from the preseason depth chart, after the departures of Dominick LeGrande and Okechukwu Okoroha and C.J. Jones' season-ending injury.
Complete depth chart after the jump.