NT: Atonio Mafi (So), Otito Ogbonnia (So), Siale Liku (Fr)
DE: Martin Andrus (Jr), Tyler Manoa (So), Steven Mason (R-Fr), Noah Keeter (Fr)
There is a lot for Jerry Azzinaro to work with on the front line. Keep in mind, these are just my projections, so I expect to not only see a different depth chart next season, but I expect it to go through a variety of alterations.
Two players we should see a lot of is sophomore Atonio Mafi and Otito Ogbonnia who made a huge impact in their first season and should lead the charge in 2019. The Bruins will have experience with upperclassmen Osa Odighizuwa and Martin Andrus helping out on the edges. Both of these juniors took a step forward in their development last season and should only get better in 2019.
The Bruins also have a big brother in Rick Wade helping out. Though Wade did not play as much as expected in 2018, he should improve by fall and compete for a starting spot.
Tyler Manoa and Steven Mason should continue to progress and get more minutes, but the player in question is Moses Robinson-Carr who only played six games, mostly due to an indefinite suspension. If for some reason the DL depth thins out, the newest Bruin Datona Jackson should see time on the field.