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As a quick note, according to Coyle, Holgorsen hand wrote the offensive and defensive depth charts on two pieces of WVU letterhead, showing just how tentative this depth chart is.
And starting from the top, Holgorsen made it clear that this quarterback battle is far from over, as it was the only position on either depth chart with an "or," emphasizing the fact that any of the three names could be considered for a start.
In reality, it seems to be just a two-man race between Childress and Millard, who have been splitting the first-team reps equally this spring.
Moving on to running back, there isn't much surprise here even despite Dreamius Smith coming in at the bottom of the list. Being the back with the biggest upside, Smith could rise to the top by the fall as he becomes more familiar with the system.
Regardless, expect all three of these runners to share touches once the season starts.
No surprise at the H-back position, where Cody Clay looks to have a strong hold on the starting spot, even though he does have a capable backup in Will Johnson.
There's a bit of an interesting change from last year's depth chart, which usually listed four wide receivers last season. This speaks to the talent of Clay in the backfield and to the fact that the WVU wide receiver corps is yet to be locked down, as a couple of very talented newcomers will be joining the fray in the summer.
Aside from that, there isn't too much surprise here either. Right now, it looks like JUCO transfer Kevin White could blossom into one of the offense's go-to playmakers.
Dante Campbell is the most notable name missing from this depth chart, but as Holgorsen reported in his press conference this week, he is out until July with a shoulder injury (via WVUSports.com).
The offensive line group is pretty straightforward and devoid of surprises.
The three most experienced returners—Quinton Spain, Pat Eger and Curtis Feigt—all have their hands on a (tentative) starting role.
Joining them are Mark Glowinski and Marquis Lucas, who both were on the fast track to take the two remaining open slots.
Glowinski, a JUCO transfer, redshirted last season and has two years of eligibility left. He could end up being one of WVU's most reliable blockers this year.
Lucas, on the other hand, has emerged as the best of the next wave of young WVU offensive linemen—a group that includes Russell Haughton-James, Tyler Orlosky and others.
The best part of the offensive line group will be depth, brought by the two reserves mentioned above, along with Nick Kindler, Tony Matteo and others.