Alabama releases depth chart for start of 2011 football season.

Left tackle: Barrett Jones / Cyrus Kouandjio, Tyler Love
Left guard: Chance Warmack / Barrett Jones, Alfred McCullough
Center: William Vlachos, K. Williams, Chad Lindsay
Right guard: Anthony Steen, John Michael Boswell
Right tackle: D.J. Fluker, Austin Shepherd
Tight end: Michael Williams, Chris Underwood, Brian Vogler
Tight end: Brad Smelley, Harrison Jones
QB: A.J. McCarron / Phillip Sims, Phillip Ely
RB: Trent Richardson, Eddie Lacy, Jalston Fowler / Blake Sims
Wide Receiver: Marquis Maze, Brandon Gibson, Kevin N/wood
Wide Receiver: DeAndrew White, Kenny Bell, Michael Bowman

Defensive end: Jesse Williams, Quinton Dial / Undra Billingsley
Nose guard: Josh Chapman, Nick Gentry / Jesse Williams
Defensive end: Damion Square, Ed Stinson
SAM: Jerrell Harris, Alex Watkins / Adrian Hubbard
MIKE: Dont’a Hightower, Chris J/dan / Trey DePriest
WILL: Nico Johnson / C.J. Mosley, Tana Patrick
JACK: Courtney Upshaw, Adrian Hubbard / Xzavier Dickson
Cornerback: DeQuan Menzie, Demarcus Milliner, John Fulton
Cornerback: Dre Kirkpatrick, Phelon Jones
Strong safety: Robert Lester, Jarrick Williams, Vinnie Sunseri
Free safety: Mark Barron, Will Lowery / Nick Perry, Ha’Sean Clinton-Dix

Special teams
Placekicker: Jeremy Shelley / Cade Foster
Kickoffs: Cade Foster
Holder: AJ McCarron, Hardie Buck
Punter: Cody Mandell, Jay Williams
Snapper: Carson Tinker, Kelly Johnson
Punt return: Marquis Maze, DeAndrew White
Kickoff return: Marquis Maze, Demarcus Milliner

4 thoughts on “Alabama releases football depth chart”

  1. He was the holder last year, that’s why. Good holders are hard to come by. They can make the difference in a good kick and bad kick. However, I don’t know how smart it is putting your starting QB’s hands in jeopardy like that, not to mention his whole body in an indefensible position. By the way, it was obvious from the start that Jessie Willams wasn’t going to beat out a 2 year mainstay like Chapman, but I sure am glad the big Aussie got himself another starting position. Another spot that makes me feel good is safety. I am really happy that Robert Lester has sown up one of those spots. It was really low class for two years with everybody saying he was nothing more than a package deal to get Julio to sign. Look at him. Tied for most interceptions in the nation last year and more than his All American counterpart Baron. Go Robert! RTR!

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