Week 1: NC State Play Chart

Here is an in-depth breakdown of NC State player snaps after the first game of the season. The starting offensive line played the most snaps on the offensive side of the ball, and defensive backs Earl Wolff, C.J. Wilson, and Justin Byers led the way defensively.

  • Highest Snap Count: OFFENSE: LG Robert Crisp (72), LG Andrew Wallace (72), C Camden Wentz (72), RG Zach Allen (72), RT Mikel Overgaard (72). DEFENSE: Earl Wolff (33), C.J. Wilson (33), and Justin Byers (33).

  • Sophomore tight end Mario Carter received the first snaps of his career.

  • 11 redshirt freshmen received the first snaps of their careers: RB Travis Leggett, RB Dean Haynes, OL Sam Jones, OL Duran Christophe, DT Daryl Cato-Bishop, S Donald Coleman, S Everett Proctor, LB Hans Rice, LB Ryan Cheek, DE Rickey Dowdy, and TE Anthony Talbert.

  • Six true freshmen played in the game: RB Mustafa Greene, OT Rob Crisp, DT A.J. Ferguson, CB David Amerson, S Dontae Johnson, and S D.J. Green.

  • 8 players got their first career start with NCSU: OG Zach Allen, DE David Akinniyi, OT Rob Crisp, RB Dean Haynes, DT Natanu Mageo, OT Mikel Overgaard, DT Brian Slay, and C Cam Wentz.

    OL - 13
    QB - 3
    FB - 2
    RB - 4
    WR - 8
    TE - 4
    DE - 7
    DT - 4
    LB - 9
    CB - 6
    S - 6
    Total - 65

    NOTE: Included in the chart is a breakdown of snaps played by each player on each side of the ball, a look at the total snaps played by class, and a look at the snaps played by class offensively and defensively.

    The chart will be updated following each game.

    Week 1: NC State Play Chart

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