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Post-Spring Game Ohio State Football Depth Chart Released

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Had the two collided, a #10 singularity would've occurred.
Had the two collided, a #10 singularity would've occurred.

The last 2012 Ohio State football depth chart before summer football, in all its glory:

OFFENSE
Position No. Player | No. Player | No. Player
Wide Receiver (H) 10 Corey "Philly" Brown | 80 Chris Fields
Wide Receiver (Z) 16 Evan Spencer | 9 Verlon Reed
Tight End (Y) 11 Jake Stoneburner | 86 Jeff Heuerman OR 81 Nick Vannett
Right Tackle 77 Reid Fragel | 68 Taylor Decker
Right Guard 79 Marcus Hall | 73 Antonio Underwood
Center 71 Corey Linsley | 50 Jacoby Boren
Left Guard 78 Andrew Norwell | 55 Tommy Brown

Left Tackle 74 Jack Mewhort | 76 Daryl Baldwin
Wide Receiver (X) 15 Devin Smith | 83 Michael Thomas


Quarterback 5 Braxton Miller | 13 Kenny Guiton
Tailback 7 Jordan Hall | 34 Carlos Hyde


Fullback 44 Zach Boren | 49 Adam Homan


Place Kicker 24 Drew Basil | 39 Kyle Clinton



DEFENSE
Position No. Player | No. Player | No. Player
Leo 54 John Simon | 88 Steve Miller OR 50 J.T. Moore
Tackle (Nose) 53 Garrett Goebel | 51 Joel Hale OR 72 Chris Carter
Tackle 52 Johnathan Hankins | 63 Michael Bennett


Strong End 93 Adam Bellamy OR 43 Nathan Williams | 57 Chase Farris
Sam LB 6 Etienne Sabino | 59 Stewart Smith OR 15 Joshua Perry
Mike LB 14 Curtis Grant | 32 Storm Klein
Will LB 10 Ryan Shazier | 42 Luke Roberts OR 36 Connor Crowell
Right CB 7 Travis Howard OR 12 Doran Grant


Free Safety 2 Christian Bryant |
3 Corey "Pittsburgh" Brown
Strong Safety 4 C.J. Barnett | 19 Orhian Johnson


Left CB 25 Bradley Roby | 9 Adam Griffin
Punter 17 Ben Buchanan | 24 Drew Basil

SPECIAL TEAMS
Position No. Player | No. Player | No. Player
Holder 17 Ben Buchanan | 13 Kenny Guiton


Snapper 56 George Makridis OR 41 Bryce Haynes


Thoughts after the jump:

The real story might be the emergence of freshman center Jacoby Brother (brother of Zach and former Buckeye lineman Justin Boren). Curtis Grant surpassing Storm Klein could be a real "show me something" statement to Klein, or it may merely represent a freakish athletic talent finally coming to his own and surpassing somewhat slightly less gifted than he is. Michael Thomas showing up as just a backup is mildly surprising, but give him time, and if his play justifies it, he'll crack the top 3 at the wide receiver position. Travis Howard being put on blast again (having to share a starting role with Doran Grant) is unsurprising but hopefully a welcome fire under the senior to be.