The Kansas depth chart was released Monday - Daymond Patterson and D.J. Beshears will start at the two wide receiver slots while freshmen Brandon Bourbon and Darrian Miller will back up James Sims at running back.
Miller and Bourbon both made noise in fall workouts and should see some time on Saturday against McNeese State. Backing up at wide receiver will be former quarterback Kale Pick and sophomore Christian Matthews. Pick has made big strides at receiver and is someone who could earn significant playing time.