Charts and notes of USC player snap participation in the Colorado game

Chuma Edoga as a tight end? Does the defensive line really have depth? And USC uses the pistol much more than previously.

Couple of quick notes to go with the USC-Colorado participation breakdown chart:

- Players that were out with injuries: Taylor McNamara, Jabari Ruffin, Ykili Ross, Zach Banner, Velus Jones Jr., Noah Jefferson, Jamel Cook, John Plattenburg, Connor Russow, Richie Wenzel, Vavae Malepeai, Toa Lobendahn.

- Players that did not finish the 21-17 victory over the Buffaloes: Justin Davis, Jonathan Lockett.

- Players that returned from injury: Dominic Davis, Kevin Scott (both dressed though neither played).

- Nine players participated in a season-high number of plays: JuJu Smith-Schuster, Sam Darnold, Ronald Jones II, Damien Mama, Chuma Edoga, Nico Falah, Tyler Petite, Daniel Imatorbhebhe, Oluwole Betiku.

- Five of those players also set career highs in snap count: Sam Darnold, Nico Falah, Tyler Petite, Daniel Imatorbhebhe, Oluwole Betiku.

- USC used 54 players in the game with snap counts ranging from Adoree’ Jackson’s three-way total of 86 snaps to the very first snap of Oluwole Betiku’s career and his only one of the Colorado game.

Chuma at Tight End

With starting right tackle Zach Banner still out with a sprained ankle, senior Jordan Simmons again got the start and split time with Chuma Edoga. The two tackles rotate each drive until the line sustained a couple of nicks with right guard Viane Talamaivao missing a drive and a half and then later Damien Mama missing two drives.

Chris Brown filled in for Mama, but when Talamaivao got hit in the side of the knee and had to spend some time on the sideline, it was Edoga and Simmons. Edoga came into the game and shifted Simmons inside to the guard position. But it wasn’t the first time the two were playing side-by-side in the game. 

On their final full drive of the first half, USC unveiled a new look. It brought in Edoga as the tight end, lined up outside of Simmons, giving the Trojans six linemen up front. Edoga was covered up by an outside wide receiver most of the time, making him an ineligible receiver had he run a pass route. But that never happened. The Trojans used the formation eight times in the game (for a successful 7.5 yards per play) and Edoga never left the line of scrimmage.

For the game, Edoga played nine more snaps, so without the unique formation USC unveiled, the reps filling in for Banner at right tackle would have been almost identical. The production of the offense with either in was as well. The Trojans gained exactly seven yards per play with Simmons in the game and exactly 7.1 ypp with Edoga on the field.

Hawkins Keeps Making Plays

If the coaches were choosing the starter at safety based on production the last two weeks, former starter Chris Hawkins would be hearing his name when the lineups are announced over the stadium PA system. Hawkins isn’t putting up big statistics. He has five tackles in the last two games, but he’s making impact plays. 

He is affecting the quarterback when he blitzes. He had a sack against Arizona State. Against Colorado, his pressure helped lead to Adoree’ Jackson’s interception and he also had a hit on the quarterback, forcing Steven Montez to throw away a screen before it could develop on a third down play. Hawkins nearly had a diving interception as well.

He and sophomore Marvell Tell III are switching in and out of the game often. On Saturday, they made 17 in-drive substitutions for each other, typically switching every time the opposition makes any substitution.

With Hawkins in the game, the defense allowed 123 less yards on five less plays than when Tell was participating. Looking at the yards per play data, Colorado averaged 6.3 ypp with Tell on the field compared to just 3.6 ypp during Hawkins’ 34 defensive snaps. 

Using yards per play averages as a direct correlation of one player’s performance is not smart analysis, but looking at the trend over the last three games, the Trojans have been better defensively with Hawkins on the field rather than Tell. Since Hawkins was demoted from the starting lineup and started playing the same spot as Tell opposite Leon McQuay III, USC is giving up 1.33 yards more per play when Tell is in the game.

Defensive Line Depth?

Oluwole Betiku got his first career play late in the first half. He attempted to chase down the quarterback from the backside on a scramble. So does that mean that USC is going deeper in the bench and using more subs.

The exact opposite actually. 

The defensive line duo of Stevie Tu’ikolovatu and Rasheem Green did all the heavy lifting, playing a combined 111 defensive snaps — their second highest total this season. Josh Fatu played 22 snaps, which was three more than he averaged the first five games of the season. Christian Rector got his first action in the first half of a game this year, playing four snaps and making a tackle. 

Malik Dorton was credited with a 15-yard sack when he grabbed ahold of Steven Montez foot and Montez threw the ball out of bounds while still in the pocket, earning an intentional grounding flag. But Dorton had his lowest snap total of the season, dropping from an average of 24 snaps per game to just 11. Part of that can be attributed to USC’s near complete dismissal of its “base” 5-2 package. They ran just two plays with the three down lineman format…and the second went 67 yards for a touchdown.

Uchenna Nwosu got four plays off this week with Olajuwon Tucker filling in basically one play at a time. Porter Gustin, on the other hand, earned his third complete game of the season. While Betiku subbed in, it was actually for Tu’ikolovatu, not Gustin. 

Is that enough substitutions for the defensive line? Other options? Connor Murphy: zero defensive snaps. Jacob Daniel: did not play. Sometimes you have to sacrifice a little in the first or second quarter by playing a sub, so that your starters are fresh and can give 100 percent in the fourth quarter.

Subs and Such

USC did use 22 defensive players this game with three players getting just one snap, Jack Jones getting the final three after Iman Marshall was shaken up and Olajuwon Tucker’s four snaps subbing in for Uchenna Nwosu.

The substitutions for the back-seven were fairly expected. Quinton Powell continues in his third down role, subbing in for Cameron Smith on all but two of Colorado’s 17 third-down attempts. (The Buffaloes were 6-for-17 on third-down conversions). Marvell Tell III and Chris Hawkins continue to flip flop back and forth. Ajene Harris and Jack Jones both came in due to injuries. 

The two outliers are Isaiah Langley coming in for Adoree’ Jackson for just one snap in the middle of a drive and Matt Lopes taking Leon McQuay III’s spot for a third down play to end a second quarter drive. Both could have been minor injury- or equipment-related

One Play Adoree’

Adoree' Jackson was lined up in the backfield for one play, but if you blinked you missed it. It came after the Trojans went for it on fourth down and made it thanks to a poor spot. On Jackson’s single offensive play, USC appears to have run the same play that got JuJu Smith-Schuster open against Stanford when the ball went off his fingertips while a defender was holding his other hand. Colorado is prepared for the play, but Sam Darnold shows his wheels, taking off for a 17-yard scramble before fumbling at the goal line. The ball had already started slipping out of Darnold’s fingertips just before he got banged around by a couple of defenders.

With the fumble, it may have went unnoticed that No. 2 was in the backfield.

Best Production

Looking at the yards per play production, small sample sizes win out. Isaiah Langley and Matt Lopes’ single plays were both Colorado incompletions, meaning the Buffaloes averaged 0.0 yards per play when those guys were in. It was one yard on three plays for Jack Jones (0.3) and six yards on Olajuwon Tucker’s four plays (1.5).

Of the primary contributors, two defensive backs had the best numbers. Colorado averaged just 3.0 yards per play when Jonathan Lockett was in the game and 3.6 per play when Chris Hawkins was playing. Part of those numbers are that neither were on the field for the Buffaloes’ 67-yard double pass for a touchdown.

On the offensive side of the ball, other than gaining 17 yards on Adoree’ Jackson’s one offensive snap, USC did its best for the 11 forth-quarter plays that Chris Brown had subbed in to fill in for a nicked up Damien Mama. 

The Trojans also did well when Michael Pittman was involved, averaging 9.6 ypp on his five snaps. And once again, the offense was more productive with Justin Davis in at running back. He ran the ball 13 times for 92 yards and the offense averaged 8.2 yards per play on his 29 snaps. But with Davis getting hurt early in the third quarter, Ronald Jones II actually played more snaps, participating in 35 plays. The offense just wasn’t as productive averaging 5.9 ypp with Jones in and 7.5 on Aca’Cedric Ware’s 14 snaps.

Top Play Counts

USC won the total play battle with Colorado with 80 offensive snaps to the Buffaloes’ 73, but it was actually two defensive players that participated in the most total snaps for the Trojans. Adoree’ Jackson played a game-high 86 plays, including all but one of the defensive snaps, one offensive play and 13 plays on special teams. Leon McQuay III fell the one offensive snap behind Jackson, playing 85 plays.

Chad Wheeler, Sam Darnold and Nico Falah each played all 80 offensive snaps, but Wheeler’s three extra-point attempts pushed him to the top of all offensive players with 83 total. Damien Mama missed 11 offensive plays, but played 12 special teams plays to finish fourth on the team with 81 total snaps.

John Houston Jr. again had the top special teams play count with 17 snaps. Michael Pittman and Jordan Iosefa both participated in 14 special teams plays.

Pitt Remains Atop

Speaking of Michael Pittman, he was again the first outside receiver to sub into the game, getting three plays on USC’s second drive, which culminated in a 32-yard touchdown pass to Daniel Imatorbhebhe, who celebrated first with Pittman on the play.

Pittman got five snaps. That was enough to tie for the most by a backup outside receiver because USC did not use many subs at the position this week. In the second half, Darreus Rogers didn’t leave the field and JuJu Smith-Schuster only subbed out on one occasion. That barely left table scraps for the backups. Pittman and De’Quan Hampton both got five plays. Isaac Whitney got four and the dual-threat weapon of Jalen Greene was on the field for two plays. Hampton and Green both entered the game averaging more than 11 offensive snaps per game.

Plentiful Pistol, Explosive Shotgun

The Trojans used the pistol the most it has all season, running 33 plays out of the formation. While it wasn’t quite as successful as last week when USC averaged 9.24 yards per play, the Trojans did again have success, averaging 6.24 ypp, including 7.08 ypp on 12 dropbacks and 5.76 on 21 designed runs.

USC was even more successful out of the shotgun, averaging 8.02 yards per play. It called 12 runs out of shotgun, which averaged only 3.83 yards per play and dropped back 30 times for 291 yards (9.70 ypp). The Trojans ran five plays under center, but only one was not a victory formation kneel down. That single play was a quarterback sneak that gained the requisite yard on a fourth-and-1.

Get in Formation

Speaking of formations, we've got a formation breakdown of what sets USC used and how well the Trojans performed in each formation. They varied their formations with the inclusion of a two plays using Reuben Peters in an F-back spot. They relied heavily on their base three-receiver set, but didn’t use it more than 50 percent of the time, going with it for 38 of the 80 offensive snaps. They gained 7.05 ypp out of the formation.

Interestingly, with starting tight end Taylor McNamara out, USC relied more heavily on its two-tight-end sets, running 21 plays out of the formation, including the four kneel downs, which have been taken out of the yardage totals and ypp since the team wasn’t attempting to gain yardage. USC had success running out of the formation, rushing for 5.23 ypp on 13 attempts and connected for 49 yards on four pass dropbacks.

The Chuma Edoga-as-a-tight-end formation gained 7.50 yards per on eight plays, of which USC dropped back to pass on five. The Trojans only split out the tight end on six plays and passed on all six plays for an average of 12 yards per play.

The four kneel down plays have been eliminated from the yardage totals and the yards per play here, but included in the total plays and snap counts for individual players.

  • Three receivers, one tight end, one running back: 38 plays, 268 yards (7.1 ypp)
  • Two receivers, two tight ends, one running back: 21 plays, 117 yards (6.9 ypp)
  • Three receivers, lineman as tight end, one running back: 8 plays, 60 yards (7.5 ypp)
  • Three receivers, one tight end split out, one running back: 6 plays, 72 yards, (12.0 ypp)
  • Three receivers, two running backs: 5 plays, 24 yards (4.8 ypp)
  • Two receivers, one tight end, one running back, one F-back: 1 plays, 1 yards 
  • Three receivers, one running back, one F-back: 1 play, 2 yards

USC vs. Colorado Participation Chart

Off/Def SnapsSTTotal Plays
1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q Total
1 - Darreus Rogers 16 13 22 21 72 3 75
1 - Jack Jones 3 3 4 7
2 - Adoree' Jackson 22 17 17 17 73 13 86
4 - Max Browne 0 DNP
4 - Chris Hawkins 10 6 12 6 34 34
6 - Michael Pittman 3 2 5 14 19
7 - Steven Mitchell Jr. 12 10 8 30 3 33
7 - Marvell Tell III 11 11 6 11 39 6 45
8 - Iman Marshall 21 17 18 14 70 2 72
9 - JuJu Smith-Schuster 15 17 22 18 72 3 75
10 - Jalen Greene 2 2 2
10 - John Houston Jr. 0 17 17
13 - De'Quan Hampton 2 3 5 5
14 - Sam Darnold 18 19 22 21 80 80
14 - Isaiah Langley 1 1 12 13
15 - Isaac Whitney 4 4 4
16 - Dominic Davis 0 DNP
17 - Keyshawn Young 0 11 11
18 - Quinton Powell 6 2 5 3 16 11 27
19 - Michael Hutchings 21 17 18 17 73 3 76
22 - Justin Davis 15 11 4 30 30
22 - Leon McQuay III 21 16 18 17 72 13 85
23 - Jonathan Lockett 21 17 17 55 55
25 - Ronald Jones II 2 8 10 15 35 35
26 - James Toland IV 0 4 4
27 - Ajene Harris 17 17 17
28 - Aca'Cedric Ware 1 8 8 17 7 24
30 - Ykili Ross 0 DNP
34 - Olajuwon Tucker 2 2 4 7 11
35 - Cameron Smith 15 15 13 14 57 3 60
36 - Chris Tilbey 0 3 3
37 - Matt Lopes 1 1 4 5
39 - Matt Boermeester 0 7 7
40 - Jabari Ruffin 0 DNP
42 - Uchenna Nwosu 21 15 18 15 69 6 75
44 - Malik Dorton 4 4 3 11 11
45 - Porter Gustin 21 17 18 17 73 3 76
46 - Wyatt Schmidt 0 3 3
47 - Reuben Peters 1 1 2 13 15
48 - Taylor McNamara 0 DNP
50 - Toa Lobendahn 0 DNP
51 - Damien Mama 18 19 22 10 69 12 81
56 - Jordan Austin 0 3 3
56 - Jordan Iosefa 0 14 14
60 - Viane Talamaivao 18 19 13 21 71 3 74
62 - Khaliel Rodgers 0 DNP
64 - Richie Wenzel 0 DNP
66 - Cole Smith 0 DNP
68 - Jordan Simmons 9 10 19 6 44 6 50
70 - Chuma Edoga 9 13 16 15 53 3 56
72 - Chad Wheeler 18 19 22 21 80 3 83
73 - Zach Banner 0 DNP
74 - Nico Falah 18 19 22 21 80 80
76 - Clayton Johnston 0 DNP
77 - Chris Brown 11 11 3 14
80 - Deontay Burnett 2 11 9 7 29 29
82 - Tyler Petite 6 12 12 16 46 46
88 - Daniel Imatorbhebhe 14 9 8 9 40 10 50
89 - Christian Rector 4 4 3 7
90 - Connor Murphy 0 9 9
91 - Noah Jefferson 0 DNP
92 - Jacob Daniel 0 DNP
92 - Zach Smith 0 6 6
94 - Rasheem Green 18 14 15 14 61 3 64
96 - Stevie Tu'ikolovatu 15 10 14 11 50 50
98 - Josh Fatu 6 6 4 6 22 22
99 - Oluwole Betiku 1 1 1

Here's also a tally of the snap counts for all six games so far this season starting with offensive/defensive snaps followed by a chart of each players' total snaps for the season thus far. (Since this is the midway point in the season, I added averages as well):

Off/Def Snaps
Ala UtSt Stan Utah ASU Colo Season Avg.
1 - Darreus Rogers 47 60 57 57 38 72 331 55.2
1 - Jack Jones 6 8 0 0 3 3 20 3.3
2 - Adoree' Jackson 54 42 50 76 55 73 350 58.3
4 - Max Browne 49 58 51 - 8 - 166 41.5
4 - Chris Hawkins 57 62 49 15 45 34 262 43.7
6 - Michael Pittman 1 3 0 1 21 5 31 5.2
7 - Steven Mitchell Jr. 31 33 33 33 32 30 192 32.0
7 - Marvell Tell III 55 28 62 66 26 39 276 46.0
8 - Iman Marshall 54 53 44 73 53 70 347 57.8
9 - JuJu Smith-Schuster 50 59 50 50 36 72 317 52.8
10 - Jalen Greene 11 18 7 4 17 2 59 9.8
10 - John Houston Jr. 0 0 13 0 14 0 27 4.5
13 - De'Quan Hampton 15 19 10 2 17 5 68 11.3
14 - Sam Darnold 17 23 10 59 61 80 250 41.7
14 - Isaiah Langley 0 3 0 0 14 1 18 3.6
15 - Isaac Whitney 8 2 2 2 15 4 33 5.5
16 - Dominic Davis 4 6 1 - - - 11 3.7
17 - Keyshawn Young - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
18 - Quinton Powell 6 3 0 7 14 16 46 7.7
19 - Michael Hutchings 57 62 62 81 52 73 387 64.5
22 - Justin Davis 36 42 33 37 42 30 220 36.7
22 - Leon McQuay III 38 45 34 81 53 72 323 53.8
23 - Jonathan Lockett 6 15 5 69 49 55 199 33.2
25 - Ronald Jones II 22 10 24 15 15 35 121 20.2
26 - James Toland IV 1 - - - 0 0 1 0.3
27 - Ajene Harris 7 15 5 14 15 17 73 12.2
28 - Aca'Cedric Ware 8 23 2 7 14 17 71 11.8
30 - Ykili Ross 6 3 0 0 15 - 24 4.8
34 - Olajuwon Tucker 6 3 0 0 20 4 33 5.5
35 - Cameron Smith 57 62 57 74 42 57 349 58.2
36 - Chris Tilbey 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
37 - Matt Lopes 8 37 - 0 19 1 65 13.0
39 - Matt Boermeester 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
40 - Jabari Ruffin 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 0.0
42 - Uchenna Nwosu 56 62 62 81 50 69 380 63.3
44 - Malik Dorton 22 28 23 28 19 11 131 21.8
45 - Porter Gustin 63 54 62 81 51 73 384 64.0
46 - Wyatt Schmidt 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
47 - Reuben Peters 0 4 0 0 4 2 10 1.7
48 - Taylor McNamara 47 23 25 40 37 - 172 34.4
50 - Toa Lobendahn 55 - - - - - 55 55.0
51 - Damien Mama 39 43 61 59 53 69 324 54.0
56 - Jordan Austin - 11 - - 6 0 17 5.7
56 - Jordan Iosefa 0 3 13 0 18 0 34 5.7
60 - Viane Talamaivao 55 67 61 59 63 71 376 62.7
62 - Khaliel Rodgers 15 - - - - - 15 15.0
64 - Richie Wenzel - 2 - - - - 2 2.0
66 - Cole Smith - 11 - - 6 - 17 8.5
68 - Jordan Simmons 11 12 0 0 42 44 109 18.2
70 - Chuma Edoga 30 4 - - 33 53 120 30.0
72 - Chad Wheeler 36 66 61 59 63 80 365 60.8
73 - Zach Banner 66 70 61 59 - - 256 64.0
74 - Nico Falah 11 70 61 59 63 80 344 57.3
76 - Clayton Johnston 0 11 0 0 - - 11 3.7
77 - Chris Brown 27 38 0 0 16 11 92 15.3
80 - Deontay Burnett 31 28 25 21 26 29 160 26.7
82 - Tyler Petite 8 38 23 8 13 46 136 22.7
88 - Daniel Imatorbhebhe 4 31 6 11 17 40 109 18.2
89 - Christian Rector 0 3 0 - 11 4 18 3.6
90 - Connor Murphy 0 3 0 0 19 0 22 3.7
91 - Noah Jefferson 21 - - - - - 21 21.0
92 - Jacob Daniel 1 2 - 7 9 - 19 4.8
92 - Zach Smith 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
94 - Rasheem Green 44 47 58 64 43 61 317 52.8
96 - Stevie Tu'ikolovatu 48 37 52 65 40 50 292 48.7
98 - Josh Fatu 8 26 32 9 20 22 117 19.5
99 - Oluwole Betiku - - - - - 1 1 1.0

Season totals including special teams:

Total Snaps
Ala UtSt Stan Utah ASU Colo Season Avg.
1 - Darreus Rogers 52 62 63 62 42 75 356 59.3
1 - Jack Jones 23 23 11 5 3 7 72 12.0
2 - Adoree' Jackson 65 49 58 89 70 86 417 69.5
4 - Max Browne 49 58 51 - 8 - 166 41.5
4 - Chris Hawkins 57 62 49 21 53 34 276 46.0
6 - Michael Pittman 24 18 10 12 40 19 123 20.5
7 - Steven Mitchell Jr. 31 33 33 36 36 33 202 33.7
7 - Marvell Tell III 67 29 67 72 32 45 312 52.0
8 - Iman Marshall 73 57 54 78 57 72 391 65.2
9 - JuJu Smith-Schuster 55 61 56 56 41 75 344 57.3
10 - Jalen Greene 11 18 7 4 18 2 60 10.0
10 - John Houston Jr. 14 15 24 16 36 17 122 20.3
13 - De'Quan Hampton 15 19 10 2 17 5 68 11.3
14 - Sam Darnold 17 23 10 59 61 80 250 41.7
14 - Isaiah Langley 0 24 5 9 29 13 80 16.0
15 - Isaac Whitney 8 2 2 2 15 4 33 5.5
16 - Dominic Davis 4 6 1 - - - 11 3.7
17 - Keyshawn Young - 7 2 8 15 11 43 8.6
18 - Quinton Powell 14 16 5 16 29 27 107 17.8
19 - Michael Hutchings 59 62 62 86 55 76 400 66.7
22 - Justin Davis 38 42 33 37 43 30 223 37.2
22 - Leon McQuay III 66 62 49 90 66 85 418 69.7
23 - Jonathan Lockett 6 15 5 69 49 55 199 33.2
25 - Ronald Jones II 22 10 24 15 15 35 121 20.2
26 - James Toland IV 4 - - - 8 4 16 5.3
27 - Ajene Harris 23 17 10 20 15 17 102 17.0
28 - Aca'Cedric Ware 19 30 4 10 22 24 109 18.2
30 - Ykili Ross 14 12 7 6 23 - 62 12.4
34 - Olajuwon Tucker 15 5 6 6 31 11 74 12.3
35 - Cameron Smith 65 64 62 79 46 60 376 62.7
36 - Chris Tilbey 12 2 5 1 3 3 26 4.3
37 - Matt Lopes 8 37 - 3 19 5 72 14.4
39 - Matt Boermeester 5 15 5 11 18 7 61 10.2
40 - Jabari Ruffin 9 8 16 6 1 - 40 8.0
42 - Uchenna Nwosu 76 64 71 87 56 75 429 71.5
44 - Malik Dorton 23 28 23 28 19 11 132 22.0
45 - Porter Gustin 78 56 67 82 54 76 413 68.8
46 - Wyatt Schmidt 2 - 2 5 10 3 22 4.4
47 - Reuben Peters 17 15 8 9 15 15 79 13.2
48 - Taylor McNamara 70 33 33 51 52 - 239 47.8
50 - Toa Lobendahn 55 - - - - - 55 55.0
51 - Damien Mama 70 57 79 76 73 81 436 72.7
56 - Jordan Austin 11 - - 16 3 30 10.0
56 - Jordan Iosefa 23 20 24 15 37 14 133 22.2
60 - Viane Talamaivao 57 75 63 64 73 74 406 67.7
62 - Khaliel Rodgers 15 - - - - - 15 15.0
64 - Richie Wenzel - 2 - - - - 2 2.0
66 - Cole Smith - 11 - - 6 - 17 8.5
68 - Jordan Simmons 13 22 7 6 55 50 153 25.5
70 - Chuma Edoga 30 4 - - 36 56 126 31.5
72 - Chad Wheeler 36 66 61 59 73 83 378 63.0
73 - Zach Banner 76 80 68 69 - - 293 73.3
74 - Nico Falah 13 78 61 59 63 80 354 59.0
76 - Clayton Johnston - 11 2 5 - - 18 6.0
77 - Chris Brown 29 46 2 5 26 14 122 20.3
80 - Deontay Burnett 32 29 25 21 26 29 162 27.0
82 - Tyler Petite 8 38 23 8 14 46 137 22.8
88 - Daniel Imatorbhebhe 10 25 6 17 29 50 137 22.8
89 - Christian Rector 19 7 9 - 11 7 53 10.6
90 - Connor Murphy 10 13 7 11 35 9 85 14.2
91 - Noah Jefferson 21 - - - - - 21 21.0
92 - Jacob Daniel 1 2 - 7 9 - 19 4.8
92 - Zach Smith 14 10 7 6 13 6 56 9.3
94 - Rasheem Green 44 47 58 69 46 64 328 54.7
96 - Stevie Tu'ikolovatu 48 37 52 65 40 50 292 48.7
98 - Josh Fatu 8 26 32 9 20 22 117 19.5
99 - Oluwole Betiku - - - - - 1 1 1.0
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