The Mississippi State football team has released its two-deep depth chart for fans to take a gander at. So, well, let’s start looking at it ahead of the LSU game.
As Zach Arnett and his Mississippi State football team prepares to take on the No. 14 LSU Tigers in Saturday’s SEC West showdown, we’ve got a look at the two-deep depth chart. The Bulldogs make the depth chart available each and every week and that means we should take advantage of the opportunity to see what things might look like for MSU this weekend.
LSU will provide the toughest test MSU has faced to date. And the Bulldogs will be fighting an uphill battle as they try to overcome the defending SEC West champs. There’s a lot of talent all over the Tigers’ roster.
But we’re not here to talk about LSU’s roster. Let’s start looking at MSU’s.
2023 Mississippi State football depth chart: Miss. State Bulldogs vs. LSU Tigers
Here’s what the depth chart looks like ahead of the Mississippi State football game against the LSU Tigers:
On the offensive side of things, the Miss. State Bulldogs will be led by Will Rogers at quarterback and Jo’Quavious “Woody” Marks at running back. Lideatrick “Tulu” Griffin and Justin Robinson are both noted as starting wide receivers with Zavion Thomas sitting in the slot.
Interestingly enough, Geor’quarius Spivey is still listed as an “or” alongside Ryland Goede at tight end.
Meanwhile, up front on the offensive line, Kwatrivous Johnson is starting at left tackle, Nick Jones will line up at left guard, Cole Smith will be at center, Steven Losoya III starts at right guard, and Kameron Jones at right tackle rounds things out at right tackle.
Over on defense, the Bulldogs will have De’Monte Russell, Nathan Pickering, and Jaden Crumedy anchoring the defensive line. MSU fans will see more of Nathaniel “Bookie” Watson, Jett Johnson, and DeShawn Page at linebacker.
In the secondary, MSU will have Decamerion Richardson and Esaias Furdge lined up at cornerback while Shawn Preston Jr., Hunter Washington, and Marcus Banks are all starting at safety.
True freshman Kyle Ferrie is set to take care of kicking field goals and extra points while Keelan Crimmins handles punting duties. Meanwhile, Tulu Griffin and Jaden Walley are listed as kickoff return and punt return respectively.