Washington has unveiled its first official depth chart of the 2023 season.

The Huskies open the campaign on Saturday against Boise State at Husky Stadium. Kickoff is set for 12:30 p.m. PT on ABC, a fitting TV slot for a team that enters the 2023 season with big-time expectations, big-time playmakers, and lots of eyeballs.

Saturday will provide a first look at several Husky newcomers, most notably former Mississippi State running back Dillon Johnson, who has earned the starting spot at tailback in the absence of Cameron Davis.

The full Husky depth chart can be seen below:

via Washington Athletics

Wideout Germie Bernard and tailback Daniyel Ngata will be the two kick returners for the Huskies. Bernard will back up Ja’Lynn Polk at receiver. Ngata didn’t land on the two-deep at running back (Will Nixon is the No. 2 behind Johnson) but is still expected to see the field for the offense in some capacity.

Redshirt freshman Parker Brailsford also earns the start at right guard. He was twice named the offensive scout of the week last season, but did not see any game action.

The 6-foot-2 Arizona native will line up next to center Matteo Mele. Nate Kalepo and Julius Buelow are co-starters at the left guard spot.