Ohio State Football Depth Chart 2009 Released

Ohio State Football Depth Chart 2009 Released

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Ohio State Football Depth Chart 2009 Released

The Ohio State Buckeyes have released their depth chart for the first game of the 2009 season against the Navy Midshipmen with little surprises from what has been the depth chart coming out of camp from scrimmages and practices. The big battles and Left Tackle and Cornerback were reported to have been won by Andy Miller and Andre Amos respectively and that is the way they came out on the first week of the season.

By Steve Patterson

Starting with the Defense, Rob Rose has moved down to defensive tackle while Cameron Heyward is set to play outside on the edge. Orhian Johnson makes it onto the two deep for the first time in his young Ohio State career behind Kurt Coleman and strong safety. And Travis Howard falls in behind Chimdi Chekwa to cover the one backfield position.

84 Doug Worthington
53 Garrett Goebel
9 Rob Rose

72 Dexter Larimore
92 Todd Denlinger

90 Thaddeus Gibson
43 Nathan Williams

97 Cameron Heyward
87 Lawrence Wilson

51 Ross Homan
42 Andrew Sweat

38 Austin Spitler
6 Etienne Sabino

36 Brian Rolle
41 Tony Jackson

21 Anderson Russell
7 Jermale Hines

4 Kurt Coleman
19 Orhian Johnson
8 Aaron Gant

13 Andre Amos
10 Devon Torrence

5 Chimdi Chekwa
18 Travis Howard

On Offense, there are a couple true freshman coming in as fullbacks in Zach Boren and Adam Homan. Duran Carter makes the two deep at wide receiver sharing a spot with Ray Small. Jake Stoneburner gets the 2nd string tight end spot after switching positions in the off season. His blocking skills not fully developed, he should be more of a passing target than fans have seen in the past at tight end. True Freshman Marcus Hall, Jack Mewhort and Corey Linsay all make the second string on the offensive line.

2 Terrelle Pryor
14 Joe Bauserman

1 Dan Herron
3 Brandon Saine

44 Zach Boren
49 Adam Homan
37 James Georgiades

8 DeVier Posey
9 Duron Carter
82 Ray Small

12 Dane Sanzenbacher
5 Taurian Washington
7 Lamaar Thomas

86 Jake Ballard
11 Jake Stoneburner

64 Jim Cordle
79 Marcus Hall

70 Bryant Browning
66 Andrew Moses

50 Mike Brewster
74 Jack Mewhort

65 Justin Boren
71 Corey Linsley

55 Andrew Miller
76 J.B. Shugarts

On special teams Ray Small is the first string punt returner while the starting tailbacks Brandon Saine and Dan Herron are the first string kick off returners.

20 Aaron Pettrey
12 Devin Barclay

48 Jon Thoma
17 Ben Buchanan

96 Jake McQuaide
53 Patrick Howe

48 Jon Thoma
12 Dane Sanzenbacher

82 Ray Small
8 DeVier Posey

3 Brandon Saine
1 Dan Herron
7 Lamaar Thomas

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