Alabama releases Week 1 depth chart
Getting back into the swing of game week is like putting on a pair of old, battered, yet comfortable shoes. Every day is a step on a familiar path, from the injury report to the predictions. And in between is that bastion of light for all football nerds everywhere... the depth chart.
Unfortunately we haven’t received Missouri’s version of a depth chart for week one. But if you need a fix, take a gander at all the future NFL talent on Alabama’s!
Alabama Depth Chart pic.twitter.com/aCTuIBFK09— Cecil Hurt (@CecilHurt) September 21, 2020
Saturday should be fun!
Roll Bama Roll put out its own depth chart explainer, with thoughts on many individual positions.
As expected, Mac Jones is the starting QB. No “or” designation.
John Metchie III is the third starting WR alongside DeVonta Smith and Jaylen Waddle.
Emil Ekiyor Jr. nailed down the OL opening vacated by Jedrick Wills Jr. He is slotted at RG, moving Evan Neal outside to RT.
That’s just a taste. Click the above link to get a full breakdown from our friends at RBR.
Meanwhile, we’ll wait to get our own version of a depth chart, which will look sort of piecemeal with all the players in COVID-19 protocol.
Yesterday at Rock M
- 2020 Missouri Football Position Previews: Cornerbacks
- 20 for 20 #3: The time the Tigers took the Bulldogs out for a walk
- Lee’s Summit Tight End Max Whisner commits to Missouri
- After a day of testing, the Denver Broncos announced Drew Lock will miss 3-5 weeks for a severe strain in his throwing rotator cuff. Get better soon, Drew! We’ll miss watching you sling it for the next month or so!
- Dave Matter dropped some facts about the -28 line placed on Saturday’s game, including some key Tide players who could influence the outcome of the game.
- Eric Blum lists three different tiers of players who could affect Mizzou’s total schedule this year, including veterans and new comers.
- Souichi Terada listed his five things to know about Saturday, including how crowd size and COVID-19 testing could play a factor.
- It was a normal Monday at PowerMizzou, with Gabe offering subscribers his 10 Monday morning thoughts and Sean Williams following up with Mizzou commits who played high school games this past weekend.
- Peter Baugh at The Athletic gave Nick Bolton the full week one profile treatment at The Athletic, tracking Bolton from his high school days to his All-American status at Mizzou.
- Despite a government ruling otherwise, Tyler Macon, Mizzou’s 4-star QB commit in 2021, is vowing to play football somehow.
#LetUsPlay @GovPritzker @JBPritzker We’re just tryna make a way pic.twitter.com/C0PLTi8uA7— Tyler “5IVE” Macon (@EstlMaco5) September 21, 2020
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