Davis played 70 snaps for the Wolfpack, completing 27-of-43 passes for 311 yards. Davis leads the ACC in total offense and passing yardage per game after week one.
Blackman had 12 carries for 58 yards while playing 38 snaps at tailback to lead the Wolfpack in rushing. He also recorded a 25-yard touchdown run on the Wolfpack's opening drive. 54 of his 58 yards came after breaking the first tackle, and Blackman also had four receptions for 40 yards.
Davis had nine carries for 35 yards on 25 snaps at tailback. He also had a 18-yard reception and his longest run was a 24-yard carry.
Baker played six snaps in the first game of his college career, registering three carries for five yards with a long carry of three yards.
Hall tallied eight receptions for 97 yards in the season opener, including a long of 32 yards. The senior played 44 snaps, and also recorded a knockdown block from his slotback position.
Clark played 54 snaps against the Hokies, registering three catches for 37 yards. He also had a knockdown block.
Hicks played just 18 snaps but recorded two receptions for 35 yards.
Barrett had one catch for 10 yards after playing 57 snaps.
Williams played well for the Wolfpack, finishing with six catches for 62 yards while playing 73 snaps.
Hill certainly was productive during his time on the field. The sophomore played 33 snaps at tight end and recorded two catches for 12 yards. He also had three "decleaters," a new statistic recorded when a blocker knocks a defender into his air and onto his back, and a knockdown block.
Richter played 13 snaps against the Hokies.
Harris recorded six knockdowns and four Raleigh Railroads after playing 73 snaps.
McKeon played 73 snaps against the Hokies and had two knockdowns and two Raleigh Railroads.
Herndon played 63 snaps and had two knockdowns.
Newby played 73 snaps against the Hokies and had two knockdowns.
Morris played 73 snaps against the Hokies.
Heppe played 10 snaps against the Hokies.