QB (3): Bradford, Sanchez, Tebow
RB (3): Murray, Mathews, Sproles
WR (6): Matthews, Huff, Agholor, Cooper, Austin, Ajirotutu
TE (3): Celek, Ertz, Burton
C (2): Kelce, Molk
G (4): Barbre, Gardner, Tobin, Moffitt
T (4): Peters, Johnson, Andrews, Graf
DL (7): Cox, Logan, Thornton, Bair, Allen, Curry, Mihalik
LB (9): Barwin, Kendricks, Alonso, Graham, Smith, Hicks, Ryans, Braham, Jones
CB (5): Rowe, Maxwell, Carroll, Shepherd, Evans
S: (4) Jenkins, Thurmond, Maragos, Prosinski
It's not too difficult to project the first 48 or so players on the roster but the last group of 4-5 players is always very difficult.
First five out: Barkley, Acho, Goode, Watkins, Wolff
I've learned with Chip Kelly that those last few spots come down to versatility (special teams) and injuries. Here are a few close calls that could go either way:
QB: Tebow > Barkley
OL: Not at all confident in the offensive line depth. Training camp could definitely make a difference in the third and/or fourth guard or tackle. I have John Moffitt on the bubble, but he could easily move up with a good camp.
S: Earl Wolff should be in the mix, but the injury bug may really hurt his chances of making the roster especially with Walter Thurmond switching to safety. Given the value that Chip places on special teams players, it would be difficult to see him part with Maragos or Prosinski, both of whom were among the league's best last year. Only time will tell.