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Jeff Blake-USA TODAY Sports
Last week, Texas A&M released its depth chart for the season opener against South Carolina, and on Sunday the Gamecocks did the same.

Here is what it looks like:


No. 17 Dylan Thompson
No. 10 Perry Orth OR
No. 6 Connor Mitch

No. 28 Mike Davis
No. 22 Brandon Wilds
No. 7 Shon Carson
No. 33 David Williams

No. 41 Connor McLaurin
No. 31 Jordan Diaz

”X” wide receiver
No. 4 Shaq Roland
No. 1 Damiere Byrd
No. 8 Shamier Jeffery
No. 14 Shaq Davidson

”Z” wide receiver
No. 11 Pharoh Cooper
No. 80 K.J. Brent
No. 9 Deebo Samuel

”B” wide receiver
No. 3 Nick Jones
No. 83 Carlton Heard
No. 85 Kane Whitehurst
No. 19 Terry Googer

Left tackle
No. 53 Corey Robinson
No. 74 Mason Zandi

Left guard
No. 50 A.J. Cann
No. 75 Will Sport

No. 54 Clayton Stadnik OR
No. 75 Will Sport

Right guard
No. 51 Cody Waldrop
No. 70 Alan Knott

Right tackle
No. 71 Brandon Shell
No. 55 Na'Ty Rodgers

Tight end
No. 81 Rory Anderson
No. 89 Jerell Adams
No. 90 Cody Gibson
No. 88 Drew Owens

**There are 12 players listed on the offensive side of the ball to denote different formations used by the team.


Defensive end
No. 44 Gerald Dixon
No. 34 Mason Harris

Defensive tackle
No. 97 J.T. Surratt
No. 52 Phillip Dukes
No. 93 Deon Green

Defensive tackle
No. 92 Gerald Dixon Jr.
No. 99 Abu Lamin
No. 94 Kelsey Griffin

Defensive end
No. 8 Darius English
No. 55 David Johnson
No. 18 Cedrick Cooper

Middle linebacker
No. 11 T.J. Holloman
No. 3 Kaiwan Lewis
No. 21 Marcquis Roberts

Weakside linebacker
No. 10 Skai Moore
No. 28 Jonathan Walton
No. 4 Bryson Allen-Williams

No. 9 Sharrod Golightly
No. 42 Jordan Diggs
No. 32 Larenz Bryant

No. 12 Brison Williams
No. 3 Chris Lammons
No. 30 Sidney Rhodes

Boundary safety
No. 6 Chris Moody
No. 25 Kadetrix Marcus

Free safety
No. 17 Chaz Elder
No. 20 T.J. Gurley
No. 26 Jasper Sasser

No. 31 Al Harris Jr.
No. 1 Rico McWilliams
No. 7 Wesley Green


Kickoff specialist
No. 19 Landon Ard
No. 26 Elliott Fry

No. 26 Elliott Fry
No. 19 Landon Ard

No. 13 Tyler Hull
No. 18 Patrick Fish

Kickoff returner
No. 11 Pharoh Cooper

Punt returner
No. 11 Pharoh Cooper

Short snapper
No. 58 Ryland Culbertson

Long snapper
No. 47 Drew Williams

No. 18 Patrick Fish
No. 13 Tyler Hull
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