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Washington State Depth Chart: No Surprises For Cougars

The Washington State Cougars depth chart revealed no significant changes. Jeff Tuel will start at quarterback, Logwone Mitz at running back, and Marquess Wilson will be the feature wide receiver.

The Washington St. Cougars are returning a lot of starting talent from their teams. You can take a look at the PDF by clicking here.

Here are some details on each of the positions.

Quarterback: Jeff Tuel is going to do Jeff Tuel-type things. Probably be a mechanic. Senior Marshall Lobbestael and redshirt freshman Connor Halliday are battling for the second spot. So Jeff Tuel has to stay healthy.

Running back: You have the veteran Logwone Mitz and the young and dynamic Rickey Galvin behind him. I'm sure you've seen close to none of their snaps.

Wide receivers: Marquess Wilson, Jared Karstetter and Isiah Barton give Tuel an incredible trio of weapons that'll rival among the best corps in the Pac-12. Not joking at all! Wilson is real good.

Offensive line: David Gonzales, John Fullington, Andrew Roxas, B.J. Guerra, Wade Jacobson. These are the men that could be responsible for terrible things happening to Tuel, or Tuel fleeing for the sidelines or bailing out of the pocket on multiple occasions...or they could be decent, and Washington State's offense can keep moving forward.

Defensive line: Travis Long looks solid at defensive end, but everyone else is unremarkable.

Linebackers: Sekope Kaufusi, C.J. Mizell, Alex Hoffman-Ellis should be a much improved unit in 2011 after struggling a lot last season.

Defensive backs: Damante Horton would like to be tackling a lot less, but otherwise the Cougars defense has a lot to prove.

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