Boston College Football: Depth Chart For Maryland Game

Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports

Not much has changed as the dudes remain healthy.

No real news this week on any injuries. Brian Miller and Harrison Jackson appear to both still be out, and luckily the walking wounded total didn't change after the N.C. State game. Not much change here but let's check it out.

Offense

QB
1. Chase Rettig (6-3, 206, Sr.)
2. Josh Bordner (6-4, 220, Jr.) OR Mike Marscovetra (6-4, 207, Sr.)

Rettig didn't pass the ball very much on Saturday and you know what? I DON'T CARE. He managed the game and did what he needed to do to give BC a win. Maryland comes into this game with the 56th ranked passing defense, allowing 226 yards per game.

TB
1. Andre Williams (6-0, 227, Sr.)
2. Myles Willis (5-9, 187, Fr.)

Williams is a monster, and just seems to get stronger week after week. Maryland has the 30th ranked rushing defense, but I think that number is greatly skewed by their cupcake schedule. When the Terps have to play actual opponents and not FIU, Wake Forest (sorry guys) or UConn, they have let up 247 yards on the ground to Clemson, 242 to Syracuse, 183 to Florida State, and 242 to Virginia. Numbers lie clearly.

FB
1. Jake Sinkovec (6-4, 244, Sr.)
2. Bobby Wolford (6-2, 233, R-Fr.)

Doing their jobs below the radar they will be key blocking cogs this weekend against the Terps.

WR
1. Alex Amidon (6-0, 182, Sr.)
2. Jeffrey Jay (6-2, 195, Jr.)


WR
1. Dan Crimmins (6-5, 222, So.)
2. Marcus Grant (6-2, 198, So.)

WR
1. David Dudeck (5-11, 190, So.)
2. Drew Barksdale (5-11, 182, Fr.)

All of the injured wide receivers remain out.

Y
1. C.J. Parsons (6-6, 253, Jr.)
2. Michael Giacone (6-5, 260, So.) OR Louie Addazio (6-3, 253, So.)

H
1. Mike Naples (6-4, 237, Sr.)

No changes here, they have done a nice job blocking and opening holes for Andre Williams.

LT
1. Matt Patchan (6-6, 300, Sr.)
2. Seth Betancourt (6-6, 298, Jr.) OR Dave Bowen (6-7, 297, So.)

LG
1. Bobby Vardaro (6-5, 310, Jr.)
2. Paul Gaughan (6-6, 303, So.) OR Dan Lembke (6-6, 304, So.)

C
1. Andy Gallik (6-3, 302, Jr.)
2. Frank Taylor (6-3, 287, R-Fr.)

RG
1. Harris Williams (6-3, 298, Jr.)
2. Aaron Kramer (6-7, 299, Jr.)

RT
1. Ian White (6-5, 302, Sr.)
2. Jim Cashman (6-7, 298, R-Fr.)

Maryland has 29 sacks on the season, but that really shouldn't be much of a factor if Rettig only drops back to pass 15 times on Saturday, which we (and the Maryland D) all expect him to do.

Defense

DE
1. Kaleb Ramsey (6-3, 285, Sr.)
2. Brian Mihalik (6-9, 283, Jr.) OR Nick Lifka (6-2, 274, So.)

LT
1. Jaryd Rudolph (6-3, 275, Sr.)
2. Truman Gutapfel (6-3, 261, Fr.)

RT
1. Dominic Appiah (6-5, 291, Jr.)
2. Connor Wujciak (6-3, 300, So.)

DE
1. Kasim Edebali (6-3, 246, Sr.)
2. Kevin Kavalec (6-3, 242, Fr.)

Maryland's offensive line is middle of the road, allowing 20 sacks on the season. Kasim Edebali will get his chances to hit C.J. Brown.

SLB
1. Kevin Pierre-Louis (6-1, 225, Sr.)
2. Josh Keyes (6-2, 215, Jr.)

MLB
1. Steele Divitto (6-2, 237, Sr.)
2. Sean Duggan (6-4, 241, Jr.)

WLB
1. Steven Daniels (6-0, 249, So.)
2. Mike Strizak (6-2, 239, R-Fr.) OR Tim Joy (6-2, 222, So.)

Healthy group again. Maryland brings in the 88th ranked rushing offense, again nothing to write home about.

LC
1. Manny Asprilla (5-11, 177, Jr.)
2. Al Louis-Jean Jr. (6-2, 195, So.)

SS
1. Dominique Williams (6-0, 212, Jr.)
2. Matt Milano (6-0, 200, Fr.)

FS
1. Sean Sylvia (6-0, 208, Jr.)
2. Justin Simmons (6-3, 188, So.) OR Ted Davenport (6-1, 203, Jr.)

RC
1. Bryce Jones (6-1, 166, So.)
2. C.J. Jones (5-11, 185, Jr.) or John Johnson (6-0, 180, Fr)

If there is a part of the Terps game that scares me it's their passing game, especially against this secondary. Maryland has the 37th ranked passing attack, and as we have seen in the past, BC struggles against good passing teams, or teams that can throw the ball in general.

Specialists

K
1. Nate Freese (5-11, 192, Sr.)
2. Alex Howell (6-5, 215, So.)

P
1. Nate Freese (5-11, 192, Sr.)
2. Alex Howell (6-5, 215, So.)

S
1. Leonard Skubal (5-10, 215, R-Fr.)
2. Mike Naples (6-4, 237, Sr.)

PR
1. Dave Dudeck (5-11, 190, So.)

KR
1. David Dudeck (5-11, 190, So)
2. Myles Willis (5-9, 187, Fr.)

I just hoped that Addazio would have considered putting someone/anyone in instead of Dudeck as a KR/PR because he is struggling. Guess that isn't happening.

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