With the Tigers first game on Saturday against Wisconsin, LSU has released its first official depth chart of the season.
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As expected, Brandon Harris is listed as the starter at quarterback, while Leonard Fournette is listed as the top running back.
The bolded names are returning starters, so LSU does not have many holes to fill. Freshman Michael Divintry is slated to start at outside linebacker opposite sophomore Arden Key.
Two of the five spots on the offensive line have new starters, as junior K.J. Malone is listed at left tackle and Josh Boutte is manning the right guard position. Will Clapp is the starter at left guard, Ethan Pocic is at center and Toby Weathersby at right tackle.
Neither the punter or kicker spots listed a starter. Josh Growden is listed as the starter at punter, while Colby Delahoussaye has the edge over Connor Culp for kicking duties.
The Tigers bring back a veteran team and have the No. 5 ranking in the initial AP Poll. The Tigers take on the Badgers at Lambeau Field on Saturday. Kickoff is scheduled for 3:30 P.M.