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

Fourteen players participated in a season-high number of plays while 12 starters played a season low. Jabari Ruffin finally got in on defense. The season debut of John Plattenburg while Stevie Tu'ikolovatu didn't start.

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

- Players that were out with injuries: Justin Davis, Noah Jefferson, Connor Russow, Richie Wenzel, Toa Lobendahn.

- Players that did not finish the blowout win over the Wildcats: Steven Mitchell Jr., JuJu Smith-Schuster, Damien Mama, Leon McQuay III, Olajuwon Tucker.

- Players that returned from injury: Zach Banner, Taylor McNamara, Jabari Ruffin, Jonathan Lockett, Ykili Ross, John Plattenburg. Jamel Cook, Velus Jones Jr. and Vavae Malepeai returned from injuries during the week but did not play.

- Players that made their USC debut: Roy Hemsley.

- Players that made their season debut: Roy Hemsley, John Plattenburg, Grant Moore.

- 14 players participated in a season-high number of plays: Jack Jones, Dominic Davis, Pie Young, Quinton Powell, John Plattenburg, Ronald Jones II, James Toland IV, Ajene Harris, Aca’Cedric Ware, Grant Moore, Roy Hemsley, Jordan Austin, Jacob Daniel, Oluwole Betiku.

- Half of those players also set career highs in snap count: Jack Jones, Pie Young, Ajene Harris, Aca’Cedric Ware, Roy Hemsley, Jordan Austin, Oluwole Betiku.

- USC used 64 players in the game with snap counts ranging from Chad Wheeler's team-high 73 snaps to Chris Tilbey's four punts.

Never the Same

With the return of Zach Banner from an ankle injury, USC had a full eight-man rotation on the offensive line and the Trojans used that to their advantage. The temperatures were soaring, but the offensive line stayed rested by rotating every drive. In fact, the first time that USC used the same five-man line was when backups Jordan Austin, Khaliel Rodgers, Roy Hemsley, Chuma Edoga and Chris Brown took the field for the victory formation kneel down to end the game.

Left tackle Chad Wheeler and center Nico Falah were the exceptions to the constant rotations. Both played the first 65 offensive snaps before giving way to the backups when the Trojans got the ball for the first time in the fourth quarter.

The backups produced some strong yards per play numbers in their limited action. The offense averaged 15.5 yards on Khaliel Rodgers’ 11 plays and 13.1 on the eight plays Jordan Austin and Roy Hemsley were in on that USC tried to gain yardage (excluding the kneel down). Those numbers are mostly due to Dominic Davis’ 85-yard run, but even without that run, the offense still put up 8.5 ypp on Rodgers’ other 10 plays. Zach Banner and Chuma Edoga were the tackles on the Davis run and each finished with ypp numbers above eight.

Better for the Regular

USC brought Jalen Greene into the game just twice in the first three quarters — an incomplete double pass attempt and a Greene run out of the Wildcat formation. Those two plays netted -2 yards combined. 

In the fourth quarter, Greene got in the receiver rotation on the outside with the rest of the backups. He participated in seven plays — five runs and two passes, including a 12-yard reception made by him. On those seven plays, USC averaged 23.6 yards per play. Sometimes it’s better when you don’t try to get fancy.

Hawkins vs. Tell Becomes Hawkins & Tell

Chris Hawkins and Marvell Tell III continued to rotate in and out based on the opponents’ substitutions. They did that once more during the first four drives of the game against Arizona prior to Leon McQuay III injuring his groin. Tell played 12 of the first 20 snaps at the safety spot opposite McQuay with Hawkins getting the other eight, but after the injury, Hawkins moved over to the strong safety spot and played beside Tell until the fourth quarter when the backups got some time.

In comparing the two safeties, Hawkins finished with a team-high five tackles and forced a fumble for one of the four takeaways the USC defense had. Tell had two tackles. With the two safeties playing together so much, the ypp numbers aren’t likely to have much variation, but the 22 plays they didn’t play together led Hawkins to a 3.7 ypp versus Tell’s 4.8. 

USC’s defense allowed 5.7 ypp with McQuay on the field. The defense was at its best, in terms of ypp, when John Plattenburg was on the field in his first appearance of 2016. Arizona averaged just 1.7 ypp on the 11 snaps Plattenburg participated. In comparison, the defense allowed 6.2 ypp in Matt Lopes' 18 snaps and 12.2 in the six plays that Ykili Ross participated.

Stevie Doesn’t Start?

Before the game, Stevie Tu'ikolovatu sat on the bench by himself. It looked as if he was pondering something. Maybe it was why he wasn’t starting?

It’s something that definitely caused us to pause and ponder. Why was USC’s dominant veteran nose tackle not beginning the game at the position? Josh Fatu was starting. Did the coaching staff want a more mobile defensive tackle to start the game? If so, they must have altered their game plan quickly because Tu’ikolovatu was back on the field for Arizona’s second drive and third and half of the fourth. 

Tu’ikolovatu ended up playing 33 snaps to Fatu’s 26. He was more productive with three tackles to Fatu’s two and with a 3.3 ypp production compared to the 5.1 when Fatu was on the field. 

After the game when asked why he didn’t start, Tu’ikolovatu smiled and said, “Just not good enough. Maybe next week.” 

Only if the Trojans are smart.

Subs and Such

USC used a season-high 30 defensive players. It rotated in part due to the smoldering temperatures on the field, but the Trojans kept a primary rotation of 13 players in the first two and a half quarters. It wasn’t until they unloaded the benches that there began to be a lot of moving in and out. 

Before the sub gates opened, it was 11 starters, Chris Hawkins and Stevie Tu’ikolovatu with a couple of exceptions:

- Jack Jones did get two plays on the first drive after Iman Marshall made a mistake and allowed Arizona quarterback Khalil Tate to get to the sideline for a big play on the first snap. 

- Olajuwon Tucker gave both Uchenna Nwosu and Porter Gustin short one- to two-play breaks before starting to get some reps late in the third quarter.

- Malik Dorton played two snaps on the goal line in the second quarter when USC went to its “base” defense.

- Rather than Dorton being the backup defensive end behind Rasheem Green, it was Christian Rector. Rector played seven snaps in the second quarter, teamed up with Josh Fatu. (Another reason to wonder why Fatu started.)

What was surprising about the substitutions in the first two and a half quarters was that USC abandoned its down-and-distance subs this game. Senior linebacker Quinton Powell wasn’t used on third down just three days after defensive coordinator Clancy Pendergast said he liked what Powell was doing in those situations:

“I think it's fit him really well to be able to come in and match up skill set wise on some of the team's better skill players…He’s done a nice job for us and he'll continue to play more as the season goes on.”

USC made only one defensive line substitution for a third-down situation in the first half, bringing Rasheem Green in to help the Trojans get off the field. In fact, USC made only two in-drive substitutions of defensive linemen in the first half. The opposition having only one drive longer than five plays in that span definitely played a part.

One Play Adoree’

For the second week in a row, Adoree' Jackson was lined upon offense for one play, but if you blinked you missed it. On first play after Steven Mitchell Jr.’s injury, USC inserted Jackson into the slot and tried to take a shot. The coaching staff may have been trying to change the mood of the team after seeing a well-liked teammate limp off with a knee injury, so they decided to try a deep ball.

We can’t tell for sure from the broadcast copy, but Jackson looks to run a deep route in the seam on the left. Darnold looks to Jackson’s side first before turning his attention to JuJu Smith-Schuster and heaving it his way on the right side. Smith-Schuster gets his hands on it, but can’t come down with it..

With the incompletion, you may have missed that No. 2 was in on offense.

Elder First-Timer

For the first time this season, the USC coaching staff gave Jabari Ruffin an opportunity to rush the quarterback coming off the edge at the Predator. As important as Ruffin has been on special teams, he had not played a single down of defense this year until Saturday. 

On the first play of the fourth quarter, Ruffin pulled down tight end-turned-quarterback Matt Morin for a three-yard loss for his only tackle of the game. He participated in the next seven plays and finished with a team-best 1.0 ypp on his eight defensive snaps.

Ruffin wasn’t the only Trojan to get his first offensive or defensive snaps of the season. Pie Young had played in five of the first six games, but had not played defense until Saturday. John Plattenburg, Grant Moore and Roy Hemsley got their first action of the year. Dominic Davis got in for the first time in a month. Oluwole Betiku got in for the second week in a row. John Houston Jr. and Connor Murphy get a lot of reps on special teams, but played defense for only the third time this year. Khaliel Rodgers actually got his first offensive action of the year after playing 15 snaps on defense in the season opener at Alabama.

Base Camp Uninhabitable

USC was in its nickel defense for all but three plays on Saturday, using its “base” defense with three down defensive lineman twice at the goal line and then on one random fourth quarter first down play in the middle of a drive.

Top Play Counts

USC won the total play battle with Arizona with 78 offensive snaps to the Wildcats’ 70, but the disparity of plays could have been much, much more. In the first half, it was. USC ran 51 offensive plays in the first half, including 27 in the first quarter while Arizona run just 28 in the first half. In the second half, the roles were flipped with the Trojans running just 27 in the second half and Arizona piling up 42 offensive snaps.

With USC blowing out Arizona before the halftime bell even rang, it’s understandable why that flip occurred. It also is the reasoning behind 12 starters, with the inclusion of part-time starter Steven Mitchell Jr., all finishing with season-low snap counts. 

That made this week’s participation trivia on Twitter a difficult task for you guys to guess who finished with the most total snaps. It ended up being Chad Wheeler. Wheeler, Sam Darnold and Nico Falah each played the first 65 offensive snaps, but Wheeler being in for extra-point attempts and field goal attempts pushed him to the top of all players with 73 total snaps (10 less than he had the week before when he wasn’t the most used player. Darnold and Falah finished tied for the second most with Darreus Rogers fourth with 61 total snaps. 

 Adoree’ Jackson played 58 total snaps — the most by a defensive player and offensive lineman Damien Mama rounded out the top five with 56 total plays, including 12 on special teams.

John Houston Jr. remains the special teams champ with a team-high 20 snaps, followed by receiver Michael Pittman with 19 special teams snaps.

Tight End Triangle

The return of Taylor McNamara allowed the tight end triangle to get weird once again. USC opened the game with a two tight end set, but instead of using its starter, McNamara, it chose to start Daniel Imatorbhebhe and Tyler Petite. McNamara played just two snaps on the opening 10-play touchdown drive. He got both of the tight end snaps on the second drive and then split USC’s second touchdown drive with the two younger tight ends.

Throughout the game, the tight end rotation varied, but McNamara played the entire fourth quarter with the backups, which allowed him to surpass the other tight ends in snap count. McNamara finished with 42 offensive snap count, gaining 7.6 yards per play on the offensive attempts. Tyler Petite had 39 plays for a 7.7 average and the lone touchdown receiver of the group, Daniel Imatorbhebhe, finished with a 7.3 ypp on a position-low 23 offensive snaps.

Get in Formation

For the first time this season, USC’s most used formation wasn’t its three-wide, 11-personnel look. Maybe it was because of Steven Mitchell Jr.’s injury or maybe the Trojans just thought they could maul Arizona in the trenches (They did.), but USC went with its two-tight-end sets for 28 plays to their traditional three wides on 21 snaps. 

Both formations were successful with USC averaging 6.61 yards per play out of the two-tight-end look and doing even better out of the three wides, gaining 11.62 yards per play. The Trojans were particularly good running the ball with three wides, rushing for 125 yards on seven carries (17.86). They actually passed the ball for a better average when they were in the two-tight-end sets, throwing for 83 yards on nine dropbacks (9.22).

USC again used the Chuma Edoga-as-a-tight-end formation, but it wasn’t as successful as last week, gaining 20 yards on six plays, including a new wrinkle with a two-receiver set and a tight end on the other side of Edoga, rather than him being the only tight end. The Trojans also used Reuben Peters in the F-back spot more frequently than they have in the past, using it 10 times.

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

  • Two receivers, two tight ends, one running back: 28 plays, 185 yards (6.6 ypp)
  • Three receivers, one tight end, one running back: 21 plays, 244 yards (11.6 ypp)
  • Three receivers, one tight end split out, one running back: 10 plays, 77 yards, (7.7 ypp)
  • Two receivers, one tight end, one running back, one F-back: 10 plays, 49 yards (4.9 ypp)
  • Three receivers, lineman as tight end, one running back: 5 plays, 18 yards (3.6 ypp)
  • Two receivers, lineman as tight end, one tight end, one running back: 1 plays, 2 yards
  • Three receivers, one running back, one F-back: 1 plays, 3 yards
  • Three receivers, one tight end split out, one running back split out: 1 plays, 0 yards

USC vs. Arizona Participation Chart

Off/Def SnapsSTTotal Plays
1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q Total
1 - Darreus Rogers 26 21 11 58 3 61
1 - Jack Jones 2 6 17 25 14 39
2 - Adoree' Jackson 10 19 21 50 8 58
4 - Max Browne 13 13 13
4 - Chris Hawkins 3 12 20 5 40 40
6 - Michael Pittman 2 4 3 8 17 19 36
7 - Steven Mitchell Jr. 6 2 8 4 12
7 - Marvell Tell III 7 13 20 5 45 6 51
8 - Iman Marshall 8 18 15 41 2 43
9 - JuJu Smith-Schuster 22 21 10 53 2 55
10 - Jalen Greene 1 1 7 9 5 13
10 - John Houston Jr. 13 13 20 33
13 - De'Quan Hampton 5 3 3 1 12 12
14 - Sam Darnold 27 24 14 65 65
14 - Isaiah Langley 13 13 14 27
15 - Isaac Whitney 12 12 12
16 - Dominic Davis 8 8 8
17 - Keyshawn Young 12 12 8 20
18 - Quinton Powell 15 8 23 8 31
19 - Michael Hutchings 10 18 15 43 2 45
22 - Justin Davis 0 DNP
22 - Leon McQuay III 10 11 21 8 29
23 - Jonathan Lockett 10 15 15 40 40
24 - John Plattenburg 11 11 2 13
25 - Ronald Jones II 15 17 7 39 39
26 - James Toland IV 1 1 9 10
27 - Ajene Harris 6 19 25 1 26
28 - Aca'Cedric Ware 12 7 7 4 30 1 31
30 - Ykili Ross 6 6 1 7
34 - Olajuwon Tucker 3 6 9 9 18
35 - Cameron Smith 10 18 6 34 2 36
36 - Chris Tilbey 0 4 4
37 - Matt Lopes 2 16 18 8 26
39 - Matt Boermeester 0 16 16
40 - Jabari Ruffin 8 8 6 14
42 - Uchenna Nwosu 10 16 21 2 49 6 55
44 - Malik Dorton 2 2 11 15 15
45 - Porter Gustin 10 17 15 42 4 46
46 - Wyatt Schmidt 0 8 8
47 - Reuben Peters 2 5 3 10 16 26
48 - Taylor McNamara 10 9 11 12 42 42
50 - Toa Lobendahn 0 DNP
50 - Grant Moore 7 7 1 8
51 - Damien Mama 24 14 6 44 12 56
56 - Jordan Austin 9 9 8 17
56 - Jordan Iosefa 6 14 20 12 32
60 - Viane Talamaivao 13 13 6 32 8 40
62 - Khaliel Rodgers 12 12 1 13
63 - Roy Hemsley 9 9 9
64 - Richie Wenzel 0 DNP
66 - Cole Smith 0 DNP
68 - Jordan Simmons 14 11 8 4 37 12 49
70 - Chuma Edoga 4 14 8 13 39 2 41
72 - Chad Wheeler 27 24 14 65 8 73
73 - Zach Banner 25 12 6 8 51 51
74 - Nico Falah 27 24 14 65 65
76 - Clayton Johnston 0 DNP
77 - Chris Brown 3 10 8 9 30 10 40
80 - Deontay Burnett 11 9 2 22 3 25
82 - Tyler Petite 12 16 5 7 40 40
88 - Daniel Imatorbhebhe 10 6 5 2 23 3 26
89 - Christian Rector 7 3 9 19 3 22
90 - Connor Murphy 13 13 15 28
91 - Noah Jefferson 0 DNP
92 - Jacob Daniel 11 11 11
92 - Zach Smith 0 12 12
94 - Rasheem Green 10 11 16 2 39 2 41
96 - Stevie Tu'ikolovatu 6 9 13 5 33 33
98 - Josh Fatu 4 9 8 5 26 26
99 - Oluwole Betiku 16 16 16

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

Off/Def Snaps
Ala UtSt Stan Utah ASU Colo Ariz Season
1 - Darreus Rogers 47 60 57 57 38 72 58 389
1 - Jack Jones 6 8 0 0 3 3 25 45
2 - Adoree' Jackson 54 42 50 76 55 73 50 400
4 - Max Browne 49 58 51 - 8 - 13 179
4 - Chris Hawkins 57 62 49 15 45 34 40 302
6 - Michael Pittman 1 3 0 1 21 5 17 48
7 - Steven Mitchell Jr. 31 33 33 33 32 30 8 200
7 - Marvell Tell III 55 28 62 66 26 39 45 321
8 - Iman Marshall 54 53 44 73 53 70 41 388
9 - JuJu Smith-Schuster 50 59 50 50 36 72 53 370
10 - Jalen Greene 11 18 7 4 17 2 8 67
10 - John Houston Jr. 0 0 13 0 14 0 13 40
13 - De'Quan Hampton 15 19 10 2 17 5 12 80
14 - Sam Darnold 17 23 10 59 61 80 65 315
14 - Isaiah Langley 0 3 0 0 14 1 13 31
15 - Isaac Whitney 8 2 2 2 15 4 12 45
16 - Dominic Davis 4 6 1 - - - 8 19
17 - Keyshawn Young - 0 0 0 0 0 12 12
18 - Quinton Powell 6 3 0 7 14 16 23 69
19 - Michael Hutchings 57 62 62 81 52 73 43 430
22 - Justin Davis 36 42 33 37 42 30 - 220
22 - Leon McQuay III 38 45 34 81 53 72 21 344
23 - Jonathan Lockett 6 15 5 69 49 55 40 239
24 - John Plattenburg - - - - - - 11
25 - Ronald Jones II 22 10 24 15 15 35 39 160
26 - James Toland IV 1 - - - 0 0 1 2
27 - Ajene Harris 7 15 5 14 15 17 25 98
28 - Aca'Cedric Ware 8 23 2 7 14 17 30 101
30 - Ykili Ross 6 3 0 0 15 - 6 30
34 - Olajuwon Tucker 6 3 0 0 20 4 9 42
35 - Cameron Smith 57 62 57 74 42 57 34 383
36 - Chris Tilbey 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
37 - Matt Lopes 8 37 - 0 19 1 18 83
39 - Matt Boermeester 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
40 - Jabari Ruffin 0 0 0 0 0 - 8 8
42 - Uchenna Nwosu 56 62 62 81 50 69 49 429
44 - Malik Dorton 22 28 23 28 19 11 15 146
45 - Porter Gustin 63 54 62 81 51 73 42 426
46 - Wyatt Schmidt 0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0
47 - Reuben Peters 0 4 0 0 4 2 10 20
48 - Taylor McNamara 47 23 25 40 37 - 42 214
50 - Toa Lobendahn 55 - - - - - - 55
50 - Grant Moore - - - - - - 7
51 - Damien Mama 39 43 61 59 53 69 44 368
56 - Jordan Austin - 11 - - 6 0 9 26
56 - Jordan Iosefa 0 3 13 0 18 0 20 54
60 - Viane Talamaivao 55 67 61 59 63 71 32 408
62 - Khaliel Rodgers 15 - - - - - 12 27
63 - Roy Hemsley - - - - - - 9
64 - Richie Wenzel - 2 - - - - - 2
66 - Cole Smith - 11 - - 6 - - 17
68 - Jordan Simmons 11 12 0 0 42 44 37 146
70 - Chuma Edoga 30 4 - - 33 53 39 159
72 - Chad Wheeler 36 66 61 59 63 80 65 430
73 - Zach Banner 66 70 61 59 - - 51 307
74 - Nico Falah 11 70 61 59 63 80 65 409
76 - Clayton Johnston - 11 0 0 - - - 11
77 - Chris Brown 27 38 0 0 16 11 30 122
80 - Deontay Burnett 31 28 25 21 26 29 22 182
82 - Tyler Petite 8 38 23 8 13 46 40 176
88 - Daniel Imatorbhebhe 4 31 6 11 17 40 23 132
89 - Christian Rector 0 3 0 - 11 4 19 37
90 - Connor Murphy 0 3 0 0 19 0 13 22
91 - Noah Jefferson 21 - - - - - - 21
92 - Jacob Daniel 1 2 - 7 9 - 11 30
92 - Zach Smith 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
94 - Rasheem Green 44 47 58 64 43 61 39 356
96 - Stevie Tu'ikolovatu 48 37 52 65 40 50 33 325
98 - Josh Fatu 8 26 32 9 20 22 26 143
99 - Oluwole Betiku - - - - - 1 16 17

Season totals including special teams:

Total Snaps
Ala UtSt Stan Utah ASU Colo Ariz Season
1 - Darreus Rogers 52 62 63 62 42 75 61 417
1 - Jack Jones 23 23 11 5 3 7 39 111
2 - Adoree' Jackson 65 49 58 89 70 86 58 475
4 - Max Browne 49 58 51 - 8 - 13 179
4 - Chris Hawkins 57 62 49 21 53 34 40 316
6 - Michael Pittman 24 18 10 12 40 19 36 159
7 - Steven Mitchell Jr. 31 33 33 36 36 33 12 214
7 - Marvell Tell III 67 29 67 72 32 45 51 363
8 - Iman Marshall 73 57 54 78 57 72 43 434
9 - JuJu Smith-Schuster 55 61 56 56 41 75 55 399
10 - Jalen Greene 11 18 7 4 18 2 14 73
10 - John Houston Jr. 14 15 24 16 36 17 33 155
13 - De'Quan Hampton 15 19 10 2 17 5 12 80
14 - Sam Darnold 17 23 10 59 61 80 65 315
14 - Isaiah Langley 0 24 5 9 29 13 27 107
15 - Isaac Whitney 8 2 2 2 15 4 12 45
16 - Dominic Davis 4 6 1 - - - 8 19
17 - Keyshawn Young - 7 2 8 15 11 20 63
18 - Quinton Powell 14 16 5 16 29 27 31 138
19 - Michael Hutchings 59 62 62 86 55 76 45 445
22 - Justin Davis 38 42 33 37 43 30 - 223
22 - Leon McQuay III 66 62 49 90 66 85 29 447
23 - Jonathan Lockett 6 15 5 69 49 55 40 239
24 - John Plattenburg - - - - - - 13 13
25 - Ronald Jones II 22 10 24 15 15 35 39 160
26 - James Toland IV 4 - - - 8 4 10 26
27 - Ajene Harris 23 17 10 20 15 17 26 128
28 - Aca'Cedric Ware 19 30 4 10 22 24 31 140
30 - Ykili Ross 14 12 7 6 23 - 7 69
34 - Olajuwon Tucker 15 5 6 6 31 11 18 92
35 - Cameron Smith 65 64 62 79 46 60 36 412
36 - Chris Tilbey 12 2 5 1 3 3 4 30
37 - Matt Lopes 8 37 - 3 19 5 26 98
39 - Matt Boermeester 5 15 5 11 18 7 16 77
40 - Jabari Ruffin 9 8 16 6 1 - 14 54
42 - Uchenna Nwosu 76 64 71 87 56 75 55 484
44 - Malik Dorton 23 28 23 28 19 11 15 147
45 - Porter Gustin 78 56 67 82 54 76 46 459
46 - Wyatt Schmidt 2 - 2 5 10 3 8 30
47 - Reuben Peters 17 15 8 9 15 15 26 105
48 - Taylor McNamara 70 33 33 51 52 - 42 281
50 - Toa Lobendahn 55 - - - - - - 55
50 - Grant Moore - - - - - - 8 8
51 - Damien Mama 70 57 79 76 73 81 56 492
56 - Jordan Austin 11 - - 16 3 17 47
56 - Jordan Iosefa 23 20 24 15 37 14 32 165
60 - Viane Talamaivao 57 75 63 64 73 74 40 446
62 - Khaliel Rodgers 15 - - - - - 13 28
63 - Roy Hemsley - - - - - - 9 9
64 - Richie Wenzel - 2 - - - - - 2
66 - Cole Smith - 11 - - 6 - - 17
68 - Jordan Simmons 13 22 7 6 55 50 49 202
70 - Chuma Edoga 30 4 - - 36 56 41 167
72 - Chad Wheeler 36 66 61 59 73 83 73 451
73 - Zach Banner 76 80 68 69 - - 51 344
74 - Nico Falah 13 78 61 59 63 80 65 419
76 - Clayton Johnston - 11 2 5 - - - 18
77 - Chris Brown 29 46 2 5 26 14 40 162
80 - Deontay Burnett 32 29 25 21 26 29 25 187
82 - Tyler Petite 8 38 23 8 14 46 40 177
88 - Daniel Imatorbhebhe 10 25 6 17 29 50 26 163
89 - Christian Rector 19 7 9 - 11 7 22 75
90 - Connor Murphy 10 13 7 11 35 9 28 85
91 - Noah Jefferson 21 - - - - - - 21
92 - Jacob Daniel 1 2 - 7 9 - 11 30
92 - Zach Smith 14 10 7 6 13 6 12 68
94 - Rasheem Green 44 47 58 69 46 64 41 369
96 - Stevie Tu'ikolovatu 48 37 52 65 40 50 33 325
98 - Josh Fatu 8 26 32 9 20 22 26 143
99 - Oluwole Betiku - - - - - 1 16 17
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