Pac-12 Week 11 depth charts: Oregon State gets help back in secondary

Here are your depth charts for Week 11. As always, your opinion might differ from that of your coach.

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

Arizona: Jonathan Haden has been elevated to a starting kick returner alongside Tyrell Johnson.

Cal: Aaron Cochran is listed as the starting left tackle. Khalfani Muhammad is the lone starting running back after Daniel Lasco was elevated to a co-starter last week.

Oregon: Torrodney Prevot, who made his first career start last week against Cal, is listed as a starting outside linebacker.

Oregon State: With Datrin Guyton dismissed from the team, Hunter Jarmon is the lone starter at one of the three receiver spots. On defense, cornerbacks Larry Scott (CB) Treston Decoud (CB) return to the starting lineup (Scott started last week, but had to leave early) with Devin Chappell at free safety for the injured Justin Strong (concussion). It's noteworthy that quarterback Seth Collins will miss his third straight game with a knee injury.

Stanford: Freshman defensive back Quenton Meeks has been elevated to starting nickel back.

USC: Ronald Jones II has been added as an "or" for starting running back with Tre Madden and Justin Davis. There's an embarrassment of riches at running back indeed.

Utah: Kylie Fitts is listed as the starting left end. Hunter Dimick isn't listed on the depth chart this week. At the "Z" receiver spot, Raelon Singleton is listed as an "or" alongside Tyrone Smith.

Washington: Kaleb McGary is listed at starting right tackle ahead of Andrew Kirkland.