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Boston College Football: Depth Chart For Wake Forest Game

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Anything change for the Eagles this week?

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Little to no changes to report this week, but here are the starters on the two deep for the Eagles.

LT

74 Dave Bowen 6-7 289 Sr.
73 Sam Schmal 6-6 294 R-Fr.

LG

77 Harris Williams 6-3 296 Sr.
54 Joel Rich 6-3 282 So

C

77 Jon Baker 6-3 290 So.
50 Frank Taylor 6-3 289 Jr.

RG

75 Chris Lindstrom 6-4 260 Fr.
69 Austin Stevens 6-3 270 R- Fr.

RT

72 Jim Cashman 6-7 302 Jr.
58 James Hendren 6-7 293 R-Fr.

Taylor is still listed as the backup. The offensive line certainly played better, but again it's hard to tell when opponents are lining up nine defenders in the box and over loading them.

Y Back
81 Louie Addazio 6-3 252 Sr.
89 Tommy Sweeney 6-5 246 R-Fr.
87 Austin Chapman 6-3 232 So.
84 Jake Burt 6-5 230 Fr.

I don't believe that Louie played last week, so it's good to see him back out there. Would love to see BC try to spring out a tight end in the flat for a quick pass to keep the opposing defense honest, but it hasn't happened this far.

QB

Jeff Smith 6-1 182 Fr.
or 16 Troy Flutie 6-0 182 R-Fr.

The rotating two head monster of doom continues.

RB

35 Tyler Rouse 5-8 194 Jr. or
7 Marcus Outlow 5-10 203 So.
23 Myles Willis 5-9 194 Jr.

36 Bobby Wolford 6-2 248 Sr.
38 Richard Wilson 5-10 224 R-Fr.

No changes here. Jon Hilliman is out for an extended period. Jordan Gowins dressed last week but didn't play. He should provide some depth if BC needs him. Wake Forest has the 54th ranked rushing defense, allowing an average of 144 yards a game on the ground.

WR1

18 Thadd Smith 5-9 175 So. 
83 Charlie Callinan 6-4 220 So. or
84 Elijah Robinson 6-2 185 Fr.

WR2

6 Sherman Alston 5-6 163 So. 
80 Drew Barksdale 5-11 195 So.
37 Michael Walker 6-0 195 Fr.

WR3
26 David Dudeck 5-11 194 Sr.
10 Bobby Swigert 6-0 199 Sr.

Thadd Smith had a potential break out game. Could he be in for another big game against Wake Forest? Should be interesting to see, Wake Forest has the 15th ranked passing defense in the country.

DE

8 Harold Landry 6-3 245 So. or
45 Mehdi Abdesmad 6-7 286 Sr. 
Zach Allen 6-5 265 Fr.

T

97 Truman Gutapfel 6-3 281 Jr.
96 Ray Smith 6-1 264 Fr. or
94 Noa Merritt 6-0 268 So.

N

90 Connor Wujciak 6-3 304 Sr.
99 Evan Kelly 6-1 285 Gr.

DE

93 Kevin Kavalec 6-2 256 So or
45 Mehdi Abdesmad 6-7 286 Sr. 
87 Malachi Moore 6-4 274 Jr. or
11 Wyatt Ray 6-3 230 Fr

Kevin Kavalec returned and had a good game against Duke. Big news for this group? Wake Forest is 123rd in the country in sacks allowed, allowing 17 sacks through the first four games.

SLB

28 Matt Milano 6-1 218 Jr.
49 Kevin Bletzer 6-2 217 R-Fr.
43 Sherriff Grice 6-1 201 Fr.

MLB

52 Steven Daniels 6-0 257 Sr.
13 Connor Strachan 6-2 230 So.

WLB

44 Ty Schwab 6-1 222 So.
30 Mike Strizak 6-2 239

Wake Forest is 108th in the country in rushing. Look for Steven Daniels to have another big game supporting the rush.

LC
5 Kamrin Moore 5-11 192 So.
29 Atem Ntantang 5-11 193 So.
15 Taj-Amir Torres 5-10 170 Fr.

SS 
John Johnson 6-0 198 Jr.
41 William Harris 6-2 193 So.

FS 
27 Justin Simmons 6-3 198 Sr.
17 Christian Lezzer 6-0 215 So.

RC 
20 Isaac Yiadom 6-1 184 So.
14 Gabriel McClary 6-3 204 So.
21 Lukas Denis 5-11 170

Isaac Yiadom had a big game against Duke. The Eagles are going to need to have another big one as Wake actually brings a very strong passing offense to the table, ranked #24 in the country.

PK 
99 Colton Lichtenberg 5-10 175 Fr
42 Alex Howell 6-5 214 Sr.

KO

42 Alex Howell 6-5 214 Sr.
99 Colton Lichtenberg 5-10 175 Fr.


53 Leonard Skubal 5-10 193 Jr.
46 Jimmy Martin 5-11 220 Fr.

H
10 Bobby Swigert 6-0 199 Sr.

PR 
6 Sherman Alston 5-6 163 So.
85 Thadd Smith 5-9 175 So.

KR
23 Myles Willis 5-9 194 Jr
37 Michael Walker 6-0 195 Fr.

Sherm Alston is still on punt returns, even after the muffed punt against Duke. No changes to be reported here.