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Hawaii Depth Chart

Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by jgisland, Aug 24, 2011.

  1. jgisland

    jgisland Club Member Club Member

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    I haven't given this much of a look as the 2 deep depth chart they released doesn't include class years, but here it is.


    Offense:
    QUARTERBACK - Bryant Moniz, Shane Austin
    RUNNINGBACK - Joey Iosefa, Sterling Jackson
    WIDE RECEIVER - Darius Bright, Allen Sampson
    SLOT RECEIVER - Billy Ray Stutzmann, Justin Clapp
    SLOT RECEIVER - Jeremiah Ostrowski, Corey Paclebar
    WIDE RECEIVER - Royce Pollard, Terence Bell
    LEFT TACKLE - Clayton Laurel, Jordan Loeffler
    LEFT GUARD - Brett Leonard, Andrew Faaumu
    CENTER - Matagisila Lefiti, London Sapolu
    RIGHT GUARD - C. Winchester-Makainai, Dave Lefotu
    RIGHT TACKLE - Sean Shigematsu, Levi Legay
    Defense:
    LEFT END - Zach Masch, Marcus Malepeai
    LEFT TACKLE - Vaughn Meatoga, Haku Correa
    RIGHT TACKLE - Kaniela Tuipulotu, Geordon Hanohano
    RIGHT END - Paipai Falemalu, Liko Satele
    OUTSIDE LINEBACKER - Art Laurel, TJ Taimatuia
    INSIDE LINEBACKER - Corey Paredes, George Daily-Lyles
    OUTSIDE LINEBACKER - Aaron Brown, Darryl McBride Jr.
    CORNERBACK - Tank Hopkins, Kawika Ornellas
    STRONG SAFETY - Richard Torres, Kamalani Alo
    FREE SAFETY - John Hardy-Tuliau, Kenny Estes
    CORNERBACK - Mike Edwards, Dee Maggitt
    NICKLE - Mike Sellars, Kenny Estes
    Special Teams:
    PUNTER - Alex Dunnachie, Tyler Hadden
    PLACE KICKER - Tyler Hadden, Kenton Chun
    LONG SNAPPER - Luke Ingram, Beau Yap
    HOLDER - Shane Austin
    KICK OFF RETURNER - Mike Edwards, Allen Sampson
    PUNT RETURNER - Allen Sampson, Scott Harding

    http://www.kitv.com/sports/28968952/detail.html
     
  2. jgisland

    jgisland Club Member Club Member

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    Here is a thread over on the Sports Hawaii Board on their depth chart. Looks like they will be starting a first year CB and Nickleback and is seems as if they are very concerned if their OL will be able to block anybody.

    http://www.sportshawaii.com/sh/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=40036
     
  3. absinthe

    absinthe Ambitious but rubbish. Club Member Junta Member

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    given the fact they couldnt block us last year I see the o-line being a major factor in this years game.
     
  4. Darth Snow

    Darth Snow Hawaiian Buffalo Club Member Junta Member

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    Apparently their defense is gonna be "awesome" according to a majority of their fans... Don't see how anything has changed from last year...
     
  5. J.R. Ewing

    J.R. Ewing Club Member Club Member

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    Awesome is pretty relative. You have to put it into context. A WAC fan might say "Our aweome defense only gave up 38 points".
     
  6. dpc8302

    dpc8302 New Member

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    Here's a depth chart I did after looking at the online roster.

    Offense
    QUARTERBACKBryant Moniz, 6-0, 205, SRShane Austin, 6-0, 200, SR
    RUNNINGBACKJoey Iosefa, 6-0, 240, RF*Sterling Jackson, 6-0, 220, JR*
    WIDE RECEIVERDarius Bright, 6-4, 230, JRAllen Sampson, 5-7, 145, SO
    SLOT RECEIVERB.R. Stutzmann, 6-0, 175, SOJustin Clapp, 6-2, 195, SO
    SLOT RECEIVERMiah Ostrowski, 5-9, 175, JRCorey Placlebar, 5-7, 170, SO
    WIDE RECEIVERRoyce Pollard, 6-1, 175, SRTerence Bell, 5-11, 180, SR
    LEFT TACKLEClayton Laurel, 6-2, 310, SRJordan Loeffler, 6-5, 315, RF
    LEFT GUARDBrett Leonard, 6-5, 310, SRAndrew Faaumu, 6-3, 315, SR
    CENTERMatagisila Lefiti, 6-0, 285, SRLondon Sapolu, 6-0, 290, SR
    RIGHT GUARDC. Winchester-Maikani, 6-4,325, SODave Lefotu, 6-3, 305, RF
    RIGHT TACKLESean Shigematsu, 6-4, 305, RFLevi Legay, 6-3, 285, JR


    *Iosefa and Jackson have been deemed as co-starters for much of fall camp.

    Defense:
    LEFT ENDZach Masch, 6-2, 285, SRMarcus Malepeai, 6-1, 260, RF
    LEFT TACKLEVaughn Meatoga, 6-2, 295, SRHaku Correa, 6-2, 305, JR
    RIGHT TACKLEKaniela Tuipulotu, 6-2, 300, SRGeordon Hanohano, 6-1, 300, JR
    RIGHT ENDPaipai Falemalu, 6-3, 245, JRLiko Satele, 6-2, 250, SR
    OUTSIDE LINEBACKERArt Laurel, 60, 235, SOTJ Taimatuia, 6-3, 235, RF
    INSIDE LINEBACKERCorey Paredes, 6-0, 235, SRGeorge Daily-lyles, 5-11, 230, SO
    OUTSIDE LINEBACKERAaron Brown, 6-1, 225, SRDarryl McBride, 6-2, 200, JR
    CORNERBACKTank Hopkins, 5-10, 170, SRKawika Ornellas, 5-9, 175, JR
    STRONG SAFETYRichard Torres, 5-8, 185, SRKamalani Alo, 6-2, 215, SO
    FREE SAFETYJohn Hardy-Tuliau, 5-11, 165, SOKenny Estes, 6-0, 210, SR
    CORNERBACKMike Edwards, 5-10, 180, SODee Maggitt, 5-8, 170, RF
    NICKLEMike Sellers, 5-11, 175, FRKenny Estes, 6-0, 210, SR



    Special Teams:
    PUNTERAlex Dunnachie, 6-4, 220, JRTyler Hadden, 5-11, 180, RF
    PLACE KICKERTyler Hadden, 5-11, 180, RFKentun Chun, 5-6, 150
    LONG SNAPPERLuke Ingram, 6-6, 235, JRBeau Yap, 6-1, 260, RF
    HOLDERShane Austin, 6-0, 200, SR
    KICK OFF RETURNERMike Edwards, 5-10, 180, SO*Allen Sampson, 5-7, 145, SO*
    PUNT RETURNERAllen Sampson, 5-7, 145, SOScott Harding, 5-11, 195, FR#



    *Edwards and Sampson both wear #2, so it looks like UH will have only one man deep on KO's
    #Harding is a former professional Aussie Rules Football player.
     
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  7. Burrito Palazzo

    Burrito Palazzo huff my smug Club Member

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    We better be fast on the Dline cause that oline is big.
     
  8. dpc8302

    dpc8302 New Member

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    A comparison of Colorado and Hawaii's defenses from last year based on a couple of stats.
    Total Defense
    UH - 357.57 (51st)
    CU - 400.00 (83rd)

    Turnovers gained
    UH - 38(1)
    CU - 19(77)

    Scoring Defense
    UH - 25.50(58)
    CU - 30.75(91)

    For people that don't remember, the 2010 game was an extremely sloppy game for both teams. It could have been a blowout either way. UH could have easily been up 24-0 at half-time. Colorado won the game in the second half with the run game and the no huddle. If they were down by 24, the run game might have been abandoned and the Buffs could have been in for a long day.
     
  9. TimmyDUBs

    TimmyDUBs Dirty haole Club Member

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    I watched Hawaii play USC here last year in the first game and they actually gave 'em a real scare. It was high scoring, and USC couldnt stop hawaiis offense once it got going. If UH could have made a stop/turnover they could have made a swing and won the game. Hawaii is a tough place to play...as people have said over and over.
     
  10. Quattro

    Quattro Banned BANNED Club Member

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    Big 12>Boise State.
     

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