Apr 14, 2012; Norman, OK, USA; Oklahoma Sooners receiver Trey Franks (2) runs with the ball while being pursued by Sooners defensive back Gabe Lynn (9) during first half of the Oklahoma spring game at Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark D. Smith-US PRESSWIRE
At some point, Bob Stoops will release a depth chart that will almost assuredly prove to be completely worthless and yet here we sit waiting with bated breath. So rather than waiting, we figured we'd go ahead and take a crack at what the two-deep could look like once we finally get a glimpse.
Wide Receiver - Justin Brown (senior), Durron Neal (freshman)
Wide Receiver - Trey Metoyer (freshman), Lacoltan Bester (junior)
Right Guard - Bronson Irwin (junior), Nila Kasitati (freshman)
Right Tackle - Daryl Williams (sophomore), Tyrus Thompson (sophomore)
Thoughts - Not a ton of shockers. I know some will complain about Clay, but we've covered this (a bunch of times). There is some buzz that Thompson could supplant Johnson at left tackle and we already know Bruce Kittle plans to rotate all three guys at both tackle spots.
Defensive Tackle - David King (senior), Jordan Phillips (freshman)
Defensive Tackle - Jamarkus McFarland (senior), Casey Walker (senior)
Strong Safety - Javon Harris (senior), Gabe Lynn (junior)
Thoughts - Again, not a ton of surprises here as far as I'm concerned. Though it would appear there are definitley some depth issues, like safety specifically and those backup corner spots as well.
Kicker - Michael Hunnicutt (sophomore)
Punter - Tress Way (senior)
Kick Return - Brennan Clay (junior), Roy Finch (junior)
Punt Return - Kenny Stills (junior), Justin Brown (senior)
Deep Snapper - Austin Woods (junior)
Long Snapper - Daniel Franklin (senior)
Thoughts - Just one. If Franklin can get the same kind of release James Winchester got these last couple years, he might actually kill someone this season.