Week 5 Pac-12 depth charts: Byron Marshall out for Oregon

Here's a look at the depth charts for Week 5. Only eight teams are in action this week. As always, your opinions may differ from those of the coaches.

Notes or changes reflect starting positions only. If a team isn't listed it means there are no changes from the previous depth chart.

At Cal: Daniel Lasco is again listed as the starting running back. This week, I think they mean it. DeVante Wilson (foot) is still listed as a stater at DE, but defensive tackle Mustafa Jalil (knee) is listed behind Tony Mekari this week. Jake Kearney is back at the starting SAM LB spot with Raymond Davison listed as the second middle backer. Cameron Walker is listed as the nickleback (last week Cal's depth chart included a dime back).

At Colorado: Nelson Spruce is now listed as the No. 1 punt returner ahead of Jay MacIntyre and Shay Fields.

At Oregon: Wide receiver Byron Marshall is not listed on the depth chart after leaving the Utah game with what appeared to be a lower leg injury and CSN Northwest reported Wednesday morning that he is likely done for the year following surgery on Tuesday. Bralon Addison is listed as the starter at the third receiver spot. Charles Nelson, who was also hurt against Utah, is still listed as a starting receiver and an alternate kick and punt returner in place of Marshall.

At Stanford: Joey Alfieri is listed at OLB in place of Kevin Anderson. David Shaw said Tuesday that the Cardinal hope to have Anderson back after the bye week. He also noted that he thinks defensive linemen Brennan Scarlett and Aziz Shittu (both injured but listed on the depth chart) will play against Arizona. There's also no more "or" between Kevin Palma and Jordan Perez at linebacker, and no more "or" between Alijah Holder and Alameen Murphy at cornerback.

At Washington State: Gabe Marks is now listed as the No. 1 punt returner ahead of Kyrin Priester.