LAWRENCE KS - NOVEMBER 20: Quarterback Quinn Mecham #8 of the Kansas Jayhawks scrambles during the game against the Oklahoma State Cowboys on November 20 2010 at Memorial Stadium in Lawrence Kansas. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
The Kansas Jayhawk football team released a post-Spring depth chart outlining the two deep on offense, defense and in the special teams.
Truth be told the changes are fairly minimal. Most of the variance exists because of underclassman making an initial appearance on the list as opposed to anyone making a serious play at a position. Even in situations where a player might have sat out all of Spring, those players appear to have held those positions. The most significant change is the elimination of one of the wideout positions on the depth chart. Does that mean anything?
It does on some level make you question if there is too much concern placed on something like this, especially when you have a player like Pat Lewandowski who is listed at end despite playing tackle through much of the Spring and being labeled as a player showing tremendous upside at tackle.
As they say, it is what it is. The Kansas Jayhawk "Post"-Spring depth chart.
Changes from "Pre" Spring Listed in Bold
FB - Nick Sizemore, Josh Smith
TB - James Sims, Darrian Miller
DE - Toben Opurum, Tyrone Sellers DT - Pat Dorsey, Richard Johnson DT - John Williams, Kevin Young
DE - Keba Agostinho, Pat Lewandowski
SLB - Steven Johnson, Prinz Kande MLB - Darius Willis, Steven Mestan
WLB - Huldon Tharp, Malcolm Walker