Here's some more speculation.
I'm not going to mention the first five on the depth chart at each position, but I am going to try to mention all the players who have a chance to make an impact on this football team. I'm including 2012 projections.
1. Braxton Miller—2,350 passing, 22 TDs, 7 INTs, 850 rushing, 6 TDs
Miller is in no threat of losing his starting spot, but expect Guiton to get a lot of mop-up duty in this explosive offense. Terrell Pryor was flamboyant. Braxton is reserved.
Urban will look to bring out more emotion/leadership in his quarterback.
2. Kenny Guiton—400 passing, 3 TDs, 100 rushing, 2 TDs
3. It will be a long season if the No. 3 quarterback becomes a factor.
1a. Jordan Hall—400 rushing, 5 TDs, 300 receiving, 2 TDs
Hall is another player who has caught the eye of Urban Meyer. We will see more catches out of the backfield this season than we've seen in the last five seasons combined. Jordan will go in motion early and often in 2012.
1b. Carlos Hyde—650 rushing, 9 TDs, 50 receiving
Hyde will be the primary ball carrier, and will lead the team in rushing.
3. Rod Smith—350 rushing, 75 receiving, 2 TDs
Smith is a fantastic third option with deceptive speed and power. He may be the best pure back OSU has, but he needs to take better care of the football.
4. Brionte Dunn—250 rushing, 25 receiving
Dunn is as physically ready as Chris Wells was as a freshman, but he won't be relied upon this season.
1. Devin Smith—700 receiving, 6 TDs
Smith is perhaps the only "complete package" in the lot.
2. Michael Thomas—450 receiving, 4 TDs
He's shifty, quick and has decent size and great hands.
3. Corey Brown—450 receiving, 4 TDs
He's the fastest on the team, but he still needs to work on separation and strength.
4. Jake Stoneburner—400 receiving, 5 TDs
Stoneburner is possibly the best TE in the country.
5. Chris Fields—320 receiving, 3 TDs
He's undersized, but he has big-play potential.
6. Evan Spencer—260 receiving, 2 TDs
He's a serious threat to prove my projections wrong if he gets healthy.
7.Verlon Reed—180 receiving, 1 TDs
He's still waiting to see if he can be effective coming off the serious knee injury.
8. Zach Boren—110 receiving
9. Tyrone Williams—110 receiving
He fit better in the old system but could still be a red-zone threat at 6'6".
10. Jeff Heuerman—HB/TE—110 receiving 1 TD
11. Nick Vannett—HB/TE—90 receiving
1. Corey Linsley—6'3", 292 pounds
2a. Brian Bobek—6'2", 275 pounds
3a.Jacoby Boren 6'3", 281 pounds
3b.Ben St.John 6'3", 277 pounds
1a.Marcus Hall—6'6", 317 pounds
1b.Andrew Norwell—6'6", 304 pounds
3.Joey O'Connor—6'4", 304 pounds
4.Antonio Underwood—6'2", 301 pounds
5.Ivon Blackmon—6'3", 310 pounds
6.Tommy Brown—6'4", 310 pounds
1.Jack Mewhort—6'6", 310 pounds
2a.Reid Fragel—6'8", 298 pounds
2b.Andrew Norwell—could shift if necessary
4.Taylor Decker—6'7", 310 pounds
5a. Antonio Underwood—can play G or T
5b. Joey O'Connor—can play G or T
1. Jake Stoneburner—6'5", 245*
2. Jeff Heuerman—6'6", 247*
3a. Nick Vannett—6'6", 248*
3b. Zach Boren—6'1", 246*