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NU Depth Chart vs. Minnesota

Offense

Quarterback — Kain Colter, Trevor Siemian

Running Back — Venric Mark OR Mike Trumpy OR Treyvon Green

Y Receiver — Mike Jensen

X Receiver  — Tony Jones, Kyle Prater

Z Receiver — Rashad Lawrence, Cameron Dickerson

H Receiver — Christian Jones, Andrew Scanlan

Superback — Dan Vitale, Mark Szott

Left Tackle — Jack Konopka, Shane Mertz

Left Guard — Geoff Mogus, Adam DePietro

Center — Brandon Vitabile, Hayden Baker

Right Guard — Ian Park, Matt Frazier

Right Tackle — Paul Jorgensen, Eric Olson

Defense

Defensive End – Tyler Scott, Ifeadi Odenigbo

Defensive Tackle – Will Hampton, C.J. Robbins

Defensive Tackle – Chance Carter, Max Chapman

Defensive End – Dean Lowry OR Deonte Gibson

SAM Linebacker – Collin Ellis, Joseph Jones

MIKE Linebacker – Damien Proby, Timmy Vernon OR Jaylen Prater

WILL Linebacker – Chi Chi Ariguzo, Drew Smith

Cornerback – Dwight White, C.J. Bryant

Safety – Ibraheim Campbell, Terrance Brown OR Davion Fleming

Safety – Traveon Henry, Jimmy Hall

Cornerback – Nick VanHoose, Matthew Harris

Special Teams

Kicker – Jeff Budzien

Punter – Brandon Williams

Long Snapper – Pat Hickey, Chris Fitzpatrick

Kick Returner – Venric Mark OR Stephen Buckley OR Matt Harris

Punt Returner – Tony Jones OR Venric Mark

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- Another week into Big Ten play and another week without Sean McEvilly. It's tough to say when he'll be back, but he was still on crutches last week, so it could be awhile. Pat Fitzgerald doesn't always go by the depth chart, but it's certainly not an encouraging sign for NU that McEvilly isn't listed. Now, Northwestern's defensive tackles need to step up against a Minnesota team that likes to run the ball.

- Venric Mark is listed as a co-starter at running back once again, after being listed as the starter once he came back from injury. It will be interesting to see how much he ends up playing.

- Kain Colter is listed at the starter at quarterback, despite leaving the Wisconsin game due to injury. He seemed to be doing a little better than Mark, injury-wise, as he came back in for a series in the second quarter.