This from the media relations office — the 2010 post-spring practice depth chart.
Junior quarterback Matt Pelesasa is listed ahead of Tyler Bruce at the QB spot. Sophomore Kawaun Jakes did not make the depth chart.
Junior running back Bobby Rainey is — of course — the Tops’ No. 1 running back. Braxston Miller looks to be the No. 2 option.
There were no real surprises on the offensive line, but at wide receiver, senior Quinterrance Cooper tops sophomore Marcus Vasquez at X receiver and redshirt freshman receiver Willie McNeal is listed at No. 1 Z receiver ahead of junior Derrius Brooks.
On defense, junior Avery Hibbett sneaked to the No. 1 cornerback spot after a solid spring, and junior Ryan Beard is listed ahead of sophomore Kareem Peterson at free safety.
Junior Casey Tinius looks to continue as Western’s best placekicker, but redshirt freshman kicker Hendrix Brakefield took the top spot at punter.
McNeal is listed as the Tops’ No. 1 kickoff/punt returner.