Cal Depth Chart: Washington

Trace Travers, Publisher
Golden Bear Report

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Today, the Bears released their depth chart for Saturday night's matchup in Seattle against Washington, with a couple of small adjustments after last week's game in Eugene.


- First big thing is the Demetris Robertson was finally removed from the depth chart. Robertson had a season ending 'lower body' surgery, which he announced had been affecting his play since last year. Robertson had last played in the Weber State game for the Bears, and will be eligible to redshirt considering he only played in the first two games

- Relatively cookie cutter changes from there. Jordan Veasy is the starter at the X receiver now, with Vic Wharton and Kanawai Noa as the other two starters listed at the wide receiver spots

- No listed shakeups on the offensive line as of yet, that group took their lumps in a loss to Oregon, one where Valentino Daltoso left the game with an injury. It appears he'll be back for this game though.

- Ray Davison is listed as a co-starter at the Mike, with Evan Weaver and Jordan Kunaszyk. Davison had seen some time last week at the outside linebacker position to add some depth, and Kunaszyk played his highest play count so far this season, bumping up his standing with an interception.

- Still a three headed monster at one corner spot, with Hicks, Allensworth, and Drayden all listed as co-starters, though Hicks started the past two games. They each had three tackles against Oregon.

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