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Xavier v. Georgetown: Set Your Depth Chart

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So this would be a pretty big win...

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The Musketeers had nearly two whole days to rest up before heading to Georgetown to get ready for tomorrow's game. It's the time of year where every game is big in the Big East, and Xavier has a couple of chances to grab road wins this week. Who should get the privilege of leading them to glory outside of Cintas?

BOILERPLATE SECTION: everyone jump in with their depth charts in the comments; this is clearly becoming a thing. Be prepared to be respectful in questioning what other people put and in defending what you wrote. For what it's worth, here's some info that might inform your decisions:

  • By now I'm sure you're aware that Sumner and London are both out for the season.
  • Xavier is ostensibly fit and healthy from stem to stern.
  • Georgetown forwards Jabril Trawick and LJ Peak both picked up knocks over the weekend; their status is still unclear to this point.
  • Coach Mack debuted a four-out, one-in look centered around Matt Stainbrook that was wondrous against DePaul.

Depth chart over the past 5 games
PG SG SF PF C
11 Dee Davis 6-0  170  Sr 88% 15 Myles Davis 6-2  195  So 55% 10 Remy Abell 6-4  195  Jr 37% 40 Matt Stainbrook 6-10  270  Sr 46% Jalen Reynolds 6-10  232  So 47%
15 Myles Davis 6-2  195  So 6% 10 Remy Abell 6-4  195  Jr 26% Trevon Bluiett 6-6  215  Fr 34% 5 Trevon Bluiett 6-6  215  Fr 41% James Farr 6-10  247  Jr 28%
55 J.P. Macura 6-5  190  Fr 9% 55 J.P. Macura 6-5  190  Fr 28% 2 James Farr 6-10  247  Jr 9% 40 Matt Stainbrook 6-10  270  Sr 24%
0 Larry Austin 6-2  174  Fr 9%

Here's the coach discussing the upcoming matchups and how he might best use his roster to take down the Hoyas: