The highly anticipated inaugural XFL season is just days away from kicking off and the Los Angeles Wildcats have just released their Week 1 Depth Chart as they square off against the Houston Roughnecks on the road on Saturday at 2pm Pacific Time.

Offense

Quarterback

8 Josh Johnson (currently sidelined with injury)

3 Chad Kanoff

2 Jalan McClendon

Left Tackle

72 Storm Norton

74 Tyler Roemer

Left Guard

59 Fred Lauina

70 Kahlil McKenzie

Center

66 Patrick Vahe

70 Kahlil McKenzie

Right Guard

56 Nico Siragusa

62 Dwayne Wallace

Right Tackle

73 Jaelin Robinson

75 Lene Maiava

Tight End

82 Brandon Barnes

88 De’Quan Hampton

Wide Receiver

84 Jordan Smallwood

15 Tre McBride

Wide Receiver

18 Adonis Jennings

80 Saeed Blacknall

Wide Receiver

11 Nelson Spruce

17 Jalen Greene

10 Kermit Whitfield

Running Back

34 Elijiah Hood

26 Dujuan Harris

24 Larry Rose

28 Martez Carter

Defense

Left End

91 Boogie Roberts

77 Shawn Oakman

98 Devin Taylor

Nose Tackle

90 Roderick Henderson

95 Montori Hughes

Right End

99 Latarius Brady

93 Trevon Sanders

Right Outside Linebacker

44 Willie Mays

94 Cedric Reed

Left Outside Linebacker

96 Anthony Johnson

Mike Linebacker

52 Tre Williams

54 Taiwan Jones

Will Linebacker

57 Will Smith

50 Quentin Gause

Cornerback

20 Jaylen Dunlap

23 Mike Stevens

Cornerback

27 Harlan Miller

33 Arrion Springs

25 Roman Tatum

Safety

29 Jack Tocho

32 Ladarius Wiley

22 Jerome Couplin

Safety

36 Ahmad Dixon

21 Mar’Sean Diggs

Special Teams

Kicker

9 Nick Novak

Punter

6 Colton Schmidt

Holder

6 Colton Schmidt

Long Snapper

45 Ryan Navarro

Los Angeles Wildcats Team Picture. Photo Credit: Kevin Carden | LA Wildcats

Los Angeles Wildcats Team Picture. Photo Credit: Kevin Carden | LA Wildcats

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