Earl Stephens tracking down Mack Breed. Play resulted in a sack for the defense and Stephens. This play has been indicative of how the defense has largely been ahead of the offense so far.
Freshman cornerback William Moore waits for the next drill to start. It was originally believed that Moore would play either WR or Safety, but he has looked very comfortable at CB so far this fall.
David Richard (left) and Dedrick Harrington (far right) are two of the starting linebacker trio for the Tigers. Richard and Harrington both bring enhanced size and speed to the Tigers' new 4-3 defensive schemes.
Freshman Hoenes has performed well in stretches. Still, he is probably a longshot to displace senior punter Brock Harvey this season.
No, that isn't a tight end or defensive end you're looking at...that's freshman wide receiver Jerrill Humphrey. Humphrey has already impressed the team and coaches with his athletic ability and his willingness to mix it up with defenders.