Iowa State football depth chart: New wide receiver listed as Jarvis West’s backup


Not many changes are on the depth chart for Iowa State’s upcoming game against Oklahoma State on Saturday morning. A new wide receiver moves into the backup position behind Jarvis West.

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First up, here’s the entire starting lineup for the team:

Offensive line

Quarterback: Sam Richardson (12, RJr)

Backs and receivers

Defensive line



Special teams

Thankfully, there weren’t many injuries that were suffered against Baylor. However, one notable injury that happened in the week up to kickoff was wide receiver Brett Medders tearing his ACL and is now out for the season. The receiver had three catches against Iowa and looked like he could make a move up the depth chart with the other injuries. Unfortunately, his season is over.

As far as the rest of the depth chart goes, there’s only one change according to Des Moines Register reporter Tommy Birch — freshman wide receiver Jauan Wesley now backs up Jarvis West in the “F” receiver position.

Going into the game against the Bears, Medders was previously listed as the backup to West. Redshirt sophomore Damein Lawry remains third at the “F” position.

The entire depth chart against Oklahoma State can be found here.