University of Kansas football releases depth chart ahead of Jayhawks' 2021 season opener

Jordan Guskey
Topeka Capital-Journal
Jayhawks coach Lance Leipold, middle in white, consults other staff during Thursday's practice at the University of Kansas.

There's still some time before Kansas football opens its 2021 season Friday against South Dakota, but the Jayhawks did provide a look at who could start where ahead of that matchup.

On Monday, the Lance Leipold-coached program released a depth chart. It provided another look at the quarterback battle. It answered some questions about, as of now, how different position competitions have played out over the course of the fall. From running back to tight end to defensive end to safety and more, take a look and which athletes could play where.

And understand, that things could still change between now and the opener. And understand, how this depth chart looks now compared to the end of the season could be significantly different.

Kansas football released a depth chart ahead of its 2021 season opener. Here's a screen shot of that list.

Jordan Guskey covers University of Kansas Athletics at The Topeka Capital-Journal. Contact him at or on Twitter at @JordanGuskey.