Davis ranks second in the ACC in total offense with 265 yards per game and also second in passing yards at 272.5 ypg. The senior also ranks third in passing efficiency. Playing 36 snaps against Eastern Kentucky, Davis completed 12-of-17 passes for three touchdowns and one interception.
Stone played 29 snaps against Eastern Kentucky, completing 6-of-11 passes for 52 yards and one touchdown. He also rushed for nine yards on four carries.
Evans played five snaps against Eastern Kentucky.
Earning his first career start against Eastern Kentucky, Baker rushed for a pair of touchdowns and scored on a reception, while playing just nine snaps. Baker finished with 85 yards rushing on six carries and 13 yards receiving on one catch. He had one of the highlights of the early season when steamrolled over a defender to score his first career rushing touchdown (a 32-yard run).
Blackman played just 14 snaps against Eastern Kentucky, rushing for 17 yards on six carries. However, he also had a 70-yard touchdown pass on the opening drive of the second half.
Davis had eight carries for 15 yards on 13 snaps at tailback.
Brown received his first action of the year, as he was in for 18 plays against Eastern Kentucky. He rushed for 25 yards on nine carries, including a seven-yard touchdown run on the first carry of his career.
Washington led all running backs in snaps against Eastern Kentucky, as he finished with 20 snaps. The sophomore rushed for 34 yards on eight attempts with the longest run being a 20-yard scamper in the first half.
Hall tallied four receptions for 44 yards, including a long of 13 yards and a touchdown. The senior played 29 snaps, and also recorded a knockdown block from his slotback position.
James, a true freshman, received his first action of the season and made the most of the opportunity. James finished with two catches for 14 yards, including a five-yard touchdown reception from Marcus Stone. He played 21 snaps.
Hicks played just 28 snaps but recorded one reception for 30 yards.
Barrett had two catches for 21 yards after playing 33 snaps. He also had a fumble in the first half that was recovered by the Colonels.
Dunlap played 29 snaps against Eastern Kentucky and he recorded a knockdown block.
Williams played well for the Wolfpack, finishing with two catches for 39 yards while playing just 31 snaps.
Hill played 39 snaps at tight end and fullback and recorded two catches for 20 yards, including a 17-yarder.
Richter played 45 snaps against Eastern Kentucky, recording three catches for 35 yards.
Darby played 24 snaps against Eastern Kentucky.
KD = Knockdown Block
Int = Intimidation (defender put on his back)
2-4 = Two-fer (Player blocks two defenders on one play)
RR = Raleigh Railroad (defender is driven back five or more yards)
RDU = RDU Express (defender is driven back seven or more yards)
Harris recorded six knockdowns, four Raleigh Railroads, and two intimidations after playing 56 snaps against Eastern Kentucky. He currently leads the Wolfpack in all three categories: knockdowns (12), intimidations (2) and Raleigh Railroads (4).
Crouch was another true freshman receiving the first snaps of his career, as he recorded 34 snaps at right guard. He finished with a Raleigh Railroad (defender driven back for five yards).
Herndon played just 17 snaps, but he had two knockdowns, a Raleigh Railroad, and an intimidation.
Newby played 63 snaps against the Colonels and had a knockdown.
Morris played 11 snaps against the Colonels.
Heppe played 69 snaps against the Colonels, recording a knockdown block and a Raleigh Railroad.
Green played 28 snaps against the Colonels. A freshman walkon from Wilmington, North Carolina, Green received the first snaps of his career.
Falaise played 11 snaps against the Colonels.
Holt played 62 snaps at right tackle against the Colonels, recording two knockdown blocks.
Lathan played 18 snaps against the Colonels.
McKeon did not play against Eastern Kentucky.