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Northwestern releases depth chart for Week 6 vs. Nebraska

Some changes this week.

NCAA Football: Northwestern at Nebraska Bruce Thorson-USA TODAY Sports

This week’s two deep remains mostly the same as last week’s, with a few notable exceptions. Kyric McGowan has surpassed Ramaud Chiaokhiao-Bowman as the first team Z-receiver after an outstanding performance last week. Nik Urban has also surpassed J.B. Butler as the starting left guard. Despite not receiving a carry last week, John Moten IV remains as the second team RB behind Solomon Vault, with Drake Anderson not appearing in the two-deep despite the significant game-time he received against Michigan State. Fredy Wyatt is also listed as the starter at defensive tackle, ahead of Alex Miller.

Week 6 Depth Chart

Position First Team Second Team
Position First Team Second Team
Quarterback Clayton Thorson TJ Green
Running Back Solomon Vault John Moten IV
X-Receiver Ben Skowronek Riley Lees
Y-Receiver Flynn Nagel Jelani Roberts
Z-Receiver Kyric McGowan Ramaud Chiaokhiao-Bowman
Superback Cameron Green James Prather
Left Tackle Blake Hance Gunnar Vogel
Left Guard Nik Urban J.B. Butler
Center Jared Thomas Nik Urban
Right Guard Tommy Doles Sam Stovall
Right Tackle Rashawn Slater Jesse Meyler
First Team Second Team
Defensive End Joe Gaziano Earnest Brown IV
Defensive Tackle Jordan Thompson Alex Miller
Defensive Tackle Fred Wyatt Ben Oxley
Defensive End Samdup Miller Trent Goens
SAM Linebacker Nate Hall Chris Bergin
MIKE Linebacker Paddy Fisher Nathan Fox
WILL Linebacker Blake Gallagher Peter McIntyre
Cornerback Montre Hartage Cam Ruiz
Safety Jared McGee Bryce Jackson
Safety JR Pace Joe Bergin
Cornerback Greg Newsome II Trae Williams
First Team Second Team
Placekicker Charlie Kuhbander Drew Luckenbaugh
Punter Jake Collins Cody Gronewold
Kick Returner Kyric McGowan Flynn Nagel
Punt Returner Riley Lees Flynn Nagel
Long Snapper Tyler Gillikin Peter Snodgrass
Holder Jake Collins TJ Green
Kickoff Specialist Charlie Kuhbander Drew Luckenbaugh