Oregon Ducks Depth Chart Released

The Oregon Ducks have released their fall depth chart for the first game of the season against Arkansas State. There are some interesting things worth noting other than Marcus Mariota winning the starting quarterback position over Bryan Bennett.

The most intriguing depth chart situation was with the starting wide receivers and who would end up winning the jobs among the regular three-spread wideouts. Josh Huff seemed like a certainty because of his open field playmaking to win one of the starting positions. The other two winners were Keanon Lowe and Daryle Hawkins.

There still appears to be a four-way battle at tight end, as Pharaoh Brown, T.J. Daniel, Koa Ka'ai, and Colt Lyerla are all batting for that spot. Also worth noting is the absence of offensive lineman Carson York, as the Outland Trophy watchlist guard recovers from leg issues. Most of the defensive depth chart was expected to turn out the way it did.

To check out the full Oregon depth chart, click here to view and potentially download the PDF.

Go to Addicted to Quack to talk to Oregon football fans about their latest depth chart. Hit up the SB Nation college football hub for more coverage.

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