Depth Chart continues to evolve

Depth Chart continues to evolve

AN OFFICIAL UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO Depth Chart has not yet been released as extensive player rotation continues mid-way through fall camp. The Vandals picked up some more defensive line help in the form of noseguard Alfonso Hampton and defensive end Kaylyn Ayers, and youngsters throughout the depth chart continue to make an impact.

True freshman wide receiver David Ungerer out of Pullman High has turned heads with his speed at wide receiver.

Easily one of the most anticipated arrivals this fall, big defensive tackle Alfonso Hampton started working with the team last week in helmet and shorts. As the week progressed he transitioned into shoulder pads and will battle for a slot in the interior defensive line rotation.

Lewiston High product Justin Podrabsky, a former QB signee who transitioned to tightend last year, goes up for the catch.

Defensive end signee Kaylyn Ayers (92) also started working with Idaho last week as Hampton (91) and Asencio (88) run through drills.

Senior center/guard Sione Maile (68) and true freshman Jordan Rose (76) double-team Alfonso Hampton, who changed to #90 for his jersey after switching with Zach Cable, who will now wear #91.

Senior defensive end Anthony Rice (5) sporting gold kicks.

True freshman Jordan Rose (76) continues to impress this camp, getting plenty of playing time with the No.1 offensive line.

New University of Idaho 125th Anniversary street signage between the Bookstore and Student Union Building.

And a close-up of the new street signage.

GoVandals.net Recommended Stories