USC-Washington participation breakdown

Adoree' Jackson played the most snaps of any Trojan this season with injuries at both of his positions. See how many snaps he and each USC player participated against the Huskies and what it may mean going forward.

With the Washington game being close throughout and the Trojans struggling to get anything going offensively, the coaching staff decided to rely more on the starters to play bigger roles. Platooning was once again cast aside as the Huskies didn’t really press the issue on the tempo and the Trojans couldn’t get out of their own way often enough to run off any long offensive drives.

The reliance on starters is definitely played out throughout the participation chart, but injuries also had a big role in changing some rotations this week. Adoree Jackson ended up recording the highest single game snap total of any Trojan this season as he worked in as the primary slot receiver in the second half after Steven Mitchell Jr. was injured and didn’t come off the field defensively in the fourth quarter with Iman Marshall getting injured in the third quarter.

Here’s some more participation notes from a game that saw 58 USC players get in on the action, including 13 true freshman:

OFFENSE

Adoree’ Knows

He knows playing time…and a lot of it. USC’s three-way superstar didn’t do anything offensively, finishing with three catches for 3 yards. Washington completely shut him down, which seems odd considering he got by far his most offensive playing time this season, registering 26 snaps. He also played 55 defensive snaps — just two shy of his season-high 57 against Stanford.

Jackson’s defensive number would have been even higher if it weren’t for the return of senior cornerback Kevon Seymour. Seymour spelled Jackson for nine plays in the first three quarters before the two were on the field at the same time for the final 12 defensive plays of the game throughout the fourth quarter.

On offense and defense, Jackson’s 81 plays were the most of any player this season. In fact, only Su’a Cravens with 84 total plays (including special teams) against Stanford has been on the field for more total snaps in a game than Jackson’s offensive/defensive numbers Thursday night. Throw in Jackson’s 14 special teams snaps and his 95 total plays versus Washington is the most by a Trojan all season

Not enough carries to go around?

While the passing game struggled to get going, the rushing attack was strong with the backs carrying the ball 34 times for 221 yards (6.5 yards per carry!). Tre Madden took half the carries with Ronald Jones II and Justin Davis each getting the rock eight times and Dominic Davis getting one carry on his two offensive plays. (With such success and able bodies, it makes you again wonder why the Trojans didn’t try to run it more.)

While the carries make Madden appear to be the No. 1 with Justin Davis and Jones II as co-backups, the play distribution doesn’t bare that out in the same way. Madden did play the most plays of the running backs (32). But Justin Davis and Jones II aren’t equals when it comes to number of snaps they see. Davis had 21 while Jones II was only on the field for 12 plays. Davis is more of a pass-catching threat than Jones II, but on USC’s final drive of the game, it was Jones II on the field for half the plays.

Lineman rotation

When Max Tuerk went down with a torn anterior cruciate ligament on the final play of the Trojans’ third drive, Toa Lobendahn took over for him at the center positiion. As he did against Stanford earlier this season, Lobendahn joined Chad Wheeler and Cody Kessler playing every offensive snap. His move put more of an onus on Damien Mama and Viane Talamaivao.

Talamaivao played the final 61 plays of the game, taking over the right guard spot permanently rather than just rotating in at times. His 61 offensive snaps were 17 more than he had played in any game thus far this season. With Talamaivao in full time, Mama also had to play more snaps. Typically, when Talamaivao entered, Lobendahn rotated over to Mama’s spot to give him a drive or two off, but instead Mama played all but three offensive snaps after Tuerk’s injury. Backup guard Chris Brown did come in during one series for Mama, but that drive was an ineffective three-and-out late in the third quarter. It was Brown’s first action since the Idaho game with the first team.

Chuma Edoga saw an uptick in time with the first team for the second game in a row. After playing eight offensive snaps in the Stanford game, he saw action with the first team on 18 plays. Against Washington and it’s athletic, but undersized defensive line, that number increased to 24 reps. However, only five of those plays came in the second half as USC leaned on veteran Zach Banner in crunch time.

Banged-up ballers

Wide receivers are supposed to be the playmakers, the ballers. But there was almost no ballin’ from the position group outside of Juju Smith-Schuster. Smith-Schuster had six catches for 82 yards on 10 targets, but also had a critical fumble that turned into a Washington touchdown one play later. Besides his production, the receivers caught six passes for a whopping 10 yards.

The receivers didn’t seem to create much separation and that might be attributed to increased work load. The Trojans were down two wideouts with Darreus Rogers out with a hamstring injury and Steven Mitchell Jr. getting injured just before halftime, but essentially used only three receivers the rest of the game. Smith-Schuster played all but one offensive snap in the game. That one snap came on a running play after he had just run a deep route that was incomplete on the final drive. When Smith-Schuster exited, Jalen Greene played his only snap of the game after playing 46 snaps last week.

Isaac Whitney was already taking extended reps in place of Rogers in three-receiver sets, but in the second half, he never left the field, taking all the snaps in two-receiver formations as well. Adoree’ Jackson became the primary slot receiver in the second half, but when he needed a break, it wasn’t Greene that came in as one might expect.

It was freshman Deontay Burnett playing with the first-team unit for the first time in his career. Burnett played eight snaps and looked good from what I could see of his routes on the broadcast replay. He was open behind the defense for a for sure touchdown on one of his first plays, but Cody Kessler wasn’t looking his way and didn’t have the time to check out all of his options.

With Smith-Schuster and Whitney playing nearly every snap, the Trojans did not go to De’Quan Hampton at all.

Heavy load

Soma Vainuku saw some time and an increase in snaps with the first-team offense for the second game in a row. After playing four snaps against Arizona State in the “diamond” pistol formation they used, Vainuku saw seven offensive plays against the Huskies. Jahleel Pinner played 17 offensive snaps and the two fullbacks combined for some impressive work. The Trojans averaged 7.0 yards per snap with Vainuku participating and an even more impressive 8.0 yards per snap for Pinner.

Down with YPP

Speaking of yards per play, I made an adjustment to be able to tally those on offense as well this week. The offense average 5.1 yards per official play overall. Whose numbers stand out? Dominic Davis technically led the Trojans with 11 yards per snap on his two plays thanks to his 23-yard reception. But the true standouts, other than the fullbacks, was Ronald Jones II. USC averaged 8.2 yards per play when the freshman rusher was on the field. Viane Talamaivao had the highest YPP of the offensive linemen at 5.7 yards.

On the other end of the spectrum, USC averaged just 4.4 yards when Adoree’ Jackson was in the game on offense and just 3.8 yards with Steven Mitchell Jr. participating. That the Trojans were doing much better running the ball than passing is evident when comparing the slot receivers to the fullbacks.

Two tights?

The Trojans’ actually unveiled a two-tight formation for the first time this season, using a 12 personnel grouping with two tight ends and two receivers. They only used it on two plays, but it’s always good to see some new wrinkles, even if they are likely the reaction of the wideout injuries. Taylor McNamara set a USC career high with 48 offensive snaps and 53 plays overall, but the other tight ends actually saw a reduction. Tyler Petite played 21 snaps after having 27 last game. Connor Spears, who looked to be the likely starter early in the fall, appears to have fallen out of favor as he hasn’t played with the first-team offense the last two games.

Formation breakdown

A quickie formation breakdown shows that for the most part, USC stayed in either a three-wide formation or substituted a fullback and went with their two-receiver look with the fullback at the H-back spot (standing off the line beside the tight end).

We also saw the Trojans use a new look with two receivers, two backs (often one of them being Adoree’ Jackson) and the tight end split out wide. USC again seemed very reluctant to go deeper into its wide receiver depth to use any four-receiver sets with the injuries they currently have. Here’s a look at the formations the Trojans used. (Again, this is not an in-depth analysis of the formations, but a basic overview):

28 - Three-wide, tight end, running back
17 - Two-receiver, tight end, running back, fullback at H-back
8 - Two-receiver, tight end, two backs
7 - Four-wide with running back (three WR + TE)
4 - Three-wide (two WR + TE) with two backs
2 - Two-receiver, tight end, running back, fullback wide
2 - Two-receiver, two tight ends, running back
0 - Two-receiver, no tight ends, three backs
0 - Four-wide with running back
0 - Three-wide, tight end in backfield, running back
0 - Three-wide, running back, fullback at H-back
0 - No-back, four-wide with tight end
0 - Three-wide, two backs

DEFENSE

Here’s some other defensive participation notes:

Iron Man award

As mentioned above, Adoree’ Jackson’s 95 total plays were the most by a Trojan this season. Despite having to leave the game with an abdominal injury, freshman cornerback Iman Marshall remains the season leader in total plays at 334. He played 51 games before having to depart, causing his average to dip to 66.8 plays, which is nearly seven more than the next closest teammate, which is now Jackson at 59.0 plays per game.

Jackson surpassed Su’a Cravens (58.8), who is one of the most used players on defense, but doesn’t get as many reps as the younger guys on special teams.

Used and used a lot

Cravens played all 69 defensive snaps against Washington. He never left the field, which means his backups Uchenna Nwosu and Don Hill didn’t play a single down of defense. Not far behind Cravens was Cameron Smith, who played a career-high 64 defensive snaps — missing one four-play drive in the first quarter and one third-and-long fourth quarter play where USC went with a six-defensive back, dime defense for the first time this season.

Left out

With Cameron Smith getting more opportunities, that means someone else had a reduction in plays. That ended up being senior Lamar Dawson, who played just 16 defensive plays after averaging 38 per game in his first two games back this season. Anthony Sarao also has seen a slight decline. He has played four less plays than the game before in each of the last two outings going from a season-high 35 snaps against Stanford to a season-low 27 on Thursday.

Fellow freshman linebacker Osa Masina saw the same number of plays as the Arizona State game — 27 — and has seen a pretty consistent amount of time, holding at 26 defensive snaps per game. However, he played a career-high 43 snaps as he was given more special teams duties. He is now on the kickoff, punt coverage and punt return units.

Stanford similar

With the game being tight throughout, the substitution patterns played out very similar to the Stanford game. The rotations shrunk. Guys like Matt Lopes, Olajuwon Tucker, Malik Dorton and Jacob Daniel did not see time on the defensive side. Lopes was the only player of that group to get on the field, playing five snaps on special teams.

Special teams mavens Uchenna Nwosu and Jabari Ruffin were relegated to those roles alone, other than five early snaps that Ruffin got in the first half.

Back to normal?

After playing just 21 snaps — third most at the rush end position — against Arizona State, Scott Felix returned to leading the snap count at his position. With his sore shoulder that caused him to miss a couple of practices, two weeks into the past, Felix played 42 snaps while freshman Porter Gustin’s play count slipped from 35 to 30.

Safety switch

Backup safeties Leon McQuay III and Marvell Tell III saw their playing time increase to 39 plays and 38 plays, respectively. The starters (Chris Hawkins and John Plattenburg) numbers dipped to 35 and 26 snaps. It was the lowest number of defensive snaps for either this season. Hawkins 33-play decline from last week is particularly startling after he had been averaging 57.5 plays per game in the first four games.

But the safeties weren’t the only defensive backs with some playing time adjustments. Iman Marshall got injured and Kevon Seymour returned leaving the cornerbacks with the same number of players down the stretch, but the snap counts were a little different this week. Isaiah Langley, who saw 17 plays in his first defensive action last game, didn’t play on defense against Washington. Jonathan Lockett’s defensive snaps declined from 40 to 21 while Adoree’ Jackson’s numbers increased.

Down in the trenches

Antwaun Woods returned to the starting lineup after missing the last game, but the Trojans quickly lost Claude Pelon to a knee injury on his first defensive snap. How he stayed in the next two plays after the way his leg got twisted up when he stepped on Porter Gustin’s foot and got his cleat stuck is beyond me.

Woods played 47 plays, which is 12 more than he averaged in the first three games. USC relied a little more on their starting lineup than they had in the past. Cody Temple saw his snap total decline for the fourth game in a row, playing 13 snaps while Rasheem Green had seven less plays that last game (30-23). Kenny Bigelow and Noah Jefferson split time on the second unit with Bigelow getting nine snaps and Jefferson playing a season low six.

BREAKDOWN

Once again, while I believe these to be 100 percent correct, I can not guarantee their complete accuracy since I am relying on the televised game footage rather than having access to All-22 film (end zone angle). There is the super slim possibility that the deep safety switched out for one play or something of that nature.

Off/Def Snaps ST Total Plays
1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q Total
1 - Darreus Rogers 0 DNP
2 - Adoree' Jackson 15 23 21 22 81 14 95
4 - Max Browne 0 DNP
4 - Chris Hawkins 13 6 8 8 35 4 39
6 - Cody Kessler 23 15 14 16 68 1 69
7 - Steven Mitchell Jr. 14 13 27 27
7 - Marvell Tell III 4 12 14 8 38 9 47
8 - Iman Marshall 17 5 18 40 11 51
9 - JuJu Smith-Schuster 23 15 14 15 67 5 72
10 - Jalen Greene 1 1 1
13 - Kevon Seymour 6 3 12 21 2 23
14 - Isaiah Langley 0 12 12
15 - Isaac Whitney 16 2 14 16 48 4 52
15 - Michael Bowman 0 DNP
16 - Dominic Davis 2 2 3 5
17 - Kris Albarado 0 6 6
18 - Quinton Powell 0 10 10
19 - Conner Sullivan 0 3 3
19 - Michael Hutchings 0 6 6
21 - Su'a Cravens 17 18 20 14 69 9 78
22 - Justin Davis 6 7 3 5 21 21
22 - Leon McQuay III 8 12 12 7 39 4 43
23 - Tre Madden 12 5 11 4 32 1 33
23 - Jonathan Lockett 4 13 3 1 21 7 28
24 - John Plattenburg 9 6 6 5 26 2 28
25 - Ronald Jones II 2 3 7 12 12
26 - James Toland IV 0 DNP
28 - Aca'cedric Ware 0 3 3
29 - Christian Tober 0 DNP
29 - Kevin Carrasco 0 DNP
31 - Soma Vainuku 4 3 7 18 25
34 - Yoofi Quansah 0 DNP
34 - Olajuwon Tucker 0 DNP
35 - Cameron Smith 13 18 20 13 64 9 73
37 - Matt Lopes 0 5 5
38 - Jahleel Pinner 9 4 3 1 17 4 21
38 - Jalen Jones 0 DNP
39 - Alex Wood 0 6 6
40 - Jabari Ruffin 4 1 5 9 14
42 - Uchenna Nwosu 0 16 16
44 - Malik Dorton 0 DNP
45 - Porter Gustin 4 12 9 5 30 6 36
47 - Cyrus Hobbi 0 DNP
47 - Scott Felix 10 5 14 13 42 3 45
48 - Taylor McNamara 12 15 5 16 48 5 53
50 - Toa Lobendahn 23 15 14 16 68 4 72
50 - Grant Moore 0 DNP
51 - Damien Mama 16 15 11 16 58 10 68
51 - Joel Foy 0 DNP
52 - Delvon Simmons 10 13 13 11 47 5 52
54 - Reuben Peters 0 DNP
55 - Lamar Dawson 4 6 4 2 16 16
56 - Jordan Austin 0 DNP
56 - Anthony Sarao 10 6 11 27 11 38
58 - Osa Masina 7 12 8 27 16 43
59 - Don Hill 0 DNP
60 - Viane Talamaivao 16 15 14 16 61 4 65
62 - Khaliel Rodgers 0 DNP
64 - Richie Wenzel 0 DNP
65 - Erick Jepsen 0 DNP
70 - Chuma Edoga 7 12 5 24 24
72 - Chad Wheeler 23 15 14 16 68 1 69
73 - Zach Banner 16 3 9 16 44 12 56
74 - Nico Falah 0 DNP
75 - Max Tuerk 14 14 14
77 - Chris Brown 3 3 3 6
80 - Deontay Burnett 4 4 8 1 9
81 - Connor Spears 0 3 3
82 - Tyler Petite 10 11 21 21
83 - George Katrib 0 4 4
85 - David Mellstrom 0 DNP
86 - Robby Kolanz 0 DNP
89 - De'Quan Hampton 0 DNP
90 - Claude Pelon 3 3 2 5
91 - Noah Jefferson 3 3 6 1 7
92 - Jacob Daniel 0 DNP
92 - Zach Smith 0 9 9
93 - Greg Townsend Jr. 11 13 16 14 54 6 60
94 - Rasheem Green 7 5 7 4 23 2 25
95 - Kenny Bigelow 3 2 4 9 1 10
98 - Cody Temple 3 5 4 1 13 10 23
99 - Antwaun Woods 10 13 13 11 47 3 50

Here's also a tally of the snap counts for the first five games this season starting with offensive/defensive snaps followed by a chart of each players' total snaps for the season thus far:

Off/Def Snaps
Arky St Idaho Stan ASU Wash Season
1 - Darreus Rogers 34 38 52 1 0 125
2 - Adoree' Jackson 8 38 66 51 81 244
4 - Max Browne 13 18 0 8 0 39
4 - Chris Hawkins 53 40 69 68 35 265
6 - Cody Kessler 52 54 60 58 68 292
7 - Steven Mitchell Jr. 32 30 49 44 27 182
7 - Marvell Tell III 45 50 15 28 38 176
8 - Iman Marshall 54 48 68 59 40 269
9 - JuJu Smith-Schuster 35 38 44 39 67 223
10 - Jalen Greene 10 13 11 46 1 81
13 - Kevon Seymour 49 33 0 0 21 103
14 - Isaiah Langley 0 0 0 17 0 17
15 - Isaac Whitney 28 20 11 28 48 135
15 - Michael Bowman 0 1 0 0 0 1
16 - Dominic Davis 7 8 3 0 2 20
17 - Kris Albarado 0 0 0 0 0 0
18 - Quinton Powell 0 29 0 0 0 29
19 - Conner Sullivan 0 1 0 0 0 1
19 - Michael Hutchings 35 14 0 0 0 49
21 - Su'a Cravens 44 32 73 48 69 266
22 - Justin Davis 0 9 22 19 21 71
22 - Leon McQuay III 36 21 0 23 39 119
23 - Tre Madden 33 16 22 29 32 132
23 - Jonathan Lockett 55 25 2 40 21 143
24 - John Plattenburg 32 21 54 34 26 167
25 - Ronald Jones II 10 24 14 16 12 76
26 - James Toland IV 0 4 0 0 0 4
28 - Aca'Cedric Ware 9 9 0 2 0 20
29 - Christian Tober 11 2 0 4 0 17
29 - Kevin Carrasco 0 10 0 0 0 10
31 - Soma Vainuku 7 10 1 4 7 29
34 - Yoofi Quansah 0 3 0 0 0 3
34 - Olajuwon Tucker 26 17 0 15 0 58
35 - Cameron Smith 43 38 61 37 64 243
37 - Matt Lopes 16 24 0 5 0 45
38 - Jahleel Pinner 13 24 10 17 17 81
38 - Jalen Jones 0 10 0 0 0 10
39 - Alex Wood 0 0 0 0 0 0
40 - Jabari Ruffin 19 12 6 29 5 71
42 - Uchenna Nwosu 34 17 4 29 0 84
44 - Malik Dorton 25 8 0 0 0 33
45 - Porter Gustin 42 24 22 35 30 153
47 - Cyrus Hobbi 0 7 0 0 0 7
47 - Scott Felix 28 27 48 21 42 166
48 - Taylor McNamara 36 24 33 30 48 171
50 - Toa Lobendahn 43 37 60 52 68 260
50 - Grant Moore 11 0 0 0 0 11
51 - Damien Mama 35 23 49 46 58 211
51 - Joel Foy 3 12 0 0 0 15
52 - Delvon Simmons 42 39 55 45 47 228
54 - Reuben Peters 7 15 0 0 0 22
55 - Lamar Dawson 0 0 35 41 16 92
56 - Jordan Austin 0 4 0 0 0 4
56 - Anthony Sarao 30 27 35 31 27 150
58 - Osa Masina 28 31 17 27 27 130
59 - Don Hill 0 15 0 0 0 15
60 - Viane Talamaivao 31 44 11 26 61 173
62 - Khaliel Rodgers 13 20 0 8 0 41
64 - Richie Wenzel 0 5 0 0 0 5
65 - Erick Jepsen 0 7 0 0 0 7
70 - Chuma Edoga 23 48 8 26 24 129
72 - Chad Wheeler 52 51 60 58 68 289
73 - Zach Banner 42 23 52 40 44 201
74 - Nico Falah 9 23 0 8 0 40
75 - Max Tuerk 56 54 60 58 14 242
77 - Chris Brown 21 31 0 8 3 63
80 - Deontay Burnett 0 9 0 2 8 19
81 - Connor Spears 14 15 10 5 0 44
82 - Tyler Petite 14 23 6 27 21 91
83 - George Katrib 0 9 0 4 0 13
85 - David Mellstrom 1 11 0 0 0 12
86 - Robby Kolanz 2 7 0 5 0 14
89 - De'Quan Hampton 25 7 0 16 0 48
90 - Claude Pelon 0 25 22 49 3 99
91 - Noah Jefferson 20 18 14 11 6 69
92 - Jacob Daniel 17 18 0 10 0 45
92 - Zach Smith 0 0 0 0 0 0
93 - Greg Townsend Jr. 39 39 58 51 54 241
94 - Rasheem Green 20 17 11 30 23 101
95 - Kenny Bigelow 26 14 7 18 9 74
98 - Cody Temple 33 23 19 16 13 104
99 - Antwaun Woods 37 37 51 0 47 172

Season totals including special teams:

Total Plays
Arky St Idaho Stan ASU Wash Season
1 - Darreus Rogers 41 48 60 2 - 151
2 - Adoree' Jackson 12 46 81 61 95 295
4 - Max Browne 13 18 - 8 - 39
4 - Chris Hawkins 59 44 74 71 39 287
6 - Cody Kessler 52 54 60 58 69 293
7 - Steven Mitchell Jr. 32 30 49 45 27 183
7 - Marvell Tell III 58 64 27 43 47 239
8 - Iman Marshall 70 67 78 68 51 334
9 - JuJu Smith-Schuster 37 41 59 42 72 251
10 - Jalen Greene 10 13 11 46 1 81
13 - Kevon Seymour 61 44 - - 23 128
14 - Isaiah Langley - - 5 33 12 50
15 - Isaac Whitney 28 20 11 31 52 142
15 - Michael Bowman - 1 - - - 1
16 - Dominic Davis 16 9 3 3 5 36
17 - Kris Albarado 6 3 3 5 6 23
18 - Quinton Powell - 48 16 13 10 87
19 - Conner Sullivan 8 9 5 5 3 30
19 - Michael Hutchings 38 19 10 4 6 77
21 - Su'a Cravens 46 32 84 54 78 294
22 - Justin Davis - 9 22 19 21 71
22 - Leon McQuay III 50 34 10 34 43 171
23 - Tre Madden 33 16 22 30 33 134
23 - Jonathan Lockett 63 35 8 44 28 178
24 - John Plattenburg 34 25 57 31 28 175
25 - Ronald Jones II 10 24 14 16 12 76
26 - James Toland IV 1 6 - - - 7
28 - Aca'Cedric Ware 12 14 1 2 3 32
29 - Christian Tober 17 10 - 4 - 31
29 - Kevin Carrasco - 12 - - - 12
31 - Soma Vainuku 22 27 22 24 25 120
34 - Yoofi Quansah - 3 - - - 3
34 - Olajuwon Tucker 33 17 - 15 - 65
35 - Cameron Smith 53 47 74 44 73 291
37 - Matt Lopes 29 38 2 12 5 86
38 - Jahleel Pinner 15 27 18 19 21 100
38 - Jalen Jones - 13 - - - 13
39 - Alex Wood 16 19 11 12 6 64
40 - Jabari Ruffin 29 25 22 39 14 129
42 - Uchenna Nwosu 54 38 23 48 16 179
44 - Malik Dorton 25 8 - - - 33
45 - Porter Gustin 44 27 26 40 36 173
47 - Cyrus Hobbi - 7 - - - 7
47 - Scott Felix 29 28 51 22 45 175
48 - Taylor McNamara 36 24 38 32 53 183
50 - Toa Lobendahn 52 45 65 57 72 291
50 - Grant Moore 11 2 - - - 13
51 - Damien Mama 49 31 54 51 68 253
51 - Joel Foy 8 23 - - - 31
52 - Delvon Simmons 45 39 61 50 52 253
54 - Reuben Peters 14 27 - - - 41
55 - Lamar Dawson - - 35 43 16 94
56 - Jordan Austin - 4 - - - 4
56 - Anthony Sarao 39 33 50 40 38 200
58 - Osa Masina 28 35 19 32 43 157
59 - Don Hill - 17 - - - 17
60 - Viane Talamaivao 39 52 16 31 65 203
62 - Khaliel Rodgers 13 20 - 8 - 41
64 - Richie Wenzel - 5 - - - 5
65 - Erick Jepsen - 7 - - - 7
70 - Chuma Edoga 23 48 8 26 24 129
72 - Chad Wheeler 52 51 60 58 69 290
73 - Zach Banner 56 35 62 52 56 261
74 - Nico Falah 9 23 - 8 - 40
75 - Max Tuerk 56 54 60 58 14 242
77 - Chris Brown 29 40 5 13 6 93
80 - Deontay Burnett - 9 - 2 9 20
81 - Connor Spears 22 23 15 10 3 73
82 - Tyler Petite 14 23 6 27 21 91
83 - George Katrib 15 25 9 15 4 68
85 - David Mellstrom 1 11 - - - 12
86 - Robby Kolanz 2 9 - 5 - 16
89 - De'Quan Hampton 25 7 - 16 - 48
90 - Claude Pelon - 30 28 59 5 122
91 - Noah Jefferson 20 20 14 11 7 72
92 - Jacob Daniel 17 20 - 10 - 47
92 - Zach Smith 14 12 8 10 9 53
93 - Greg Townsend Jr, 42 40 64 56 60 262
94 - Rasheem Green 20 19 11 30 25 105
95 - Kenny Bigelow 26 15 8 18 10 77
98 - Cody Temple 48 36 28 26 23 161
99 - Antwaun Woods 39 37 55 - 50 181

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