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

Ajene Harris stepped in. Christian Rector stepped up. Ronald Jones II and Aca'Cedric Ware stepped over Cal defenders. All the participation numbers and notes from USC's win over the Golden Bears.

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

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

- Players that were suspended: Chuma Edoga, Jabari Ruffin.

- Players that did not finish the blowout win over the Golden Bears: Jonathan Lockett, Uchenna Nwosu.

- Players that returned from injury: JuJu Smith-Schuster, Damien Mama, Leon McQuay III, Olajuwon Tucker.

- Nine players participated in a season-high number of plays: Iman Marshall, Jalen Greene, Quinton Powell, John Plattenburg, James Toland IV, Ajene Harris, Aca’Cedric Ware, Olajuwon Tucker, Zach Banner.

- A trio of players also set career highs in snap count: James Toland IV, Ajene Harris, Aca’Cedric Ware.

- USC used 56 players in the game with snap counts ranging from the 85 snaps that Adoree’ Jackson and Zach Banner participated to the single plays that Max Browne and Isaac Whitney filled in for.

Sticking with Line Starters

Against Arizona, USC rotated linemen every drive until its final drive. Versus Cal, they stuck with the starters for the majority of the time. The only exceptions: after the starters scored touchdowns on the first two drives, Jordan Simmons was in at right guard for the third possession and Chris Brown was in at left guard on the fourth. 

The two backup guards were used once more, when they were in together on USC’s first drive of the fourth quarter. The Trojans turned the ball over on the third play and offensive line coach Neil Callaway went back to the starters for the rest of the game.

Banner Full Load

With Chuma Edoga suspended for the game, Zach Banner got a full load. He joined Chad Wheeler and Nico Falah playing all 72 offensive snaps. Banner also returned to his special teams duties in place of Edoga on kick block situations and replacing Wheeler on USC’s point after and field goal attempts. 

In total, Banner played 85 snaps — tied for the team lead with Adoree’ Jackson. The 85 total snaps was also just one shy of the most Banner has played the last two seasons since we began tracking the participation each game.

Shot in the Slot

After slot receiver Steven Mitchell Jr. was lost to a knee injury last week, it was thought we would see a lot more of Deontay Burnett with someone else stepping in to fill his role as the backup in the slot. 

On the season, Burnett has played between 21 and 31 offensive snaps each game. But he once again found himself right in the middle of that range, playing 25 offensive snaps.

Jalen Greene ultimately was chosen to be Burnett’s backup this week. He finished with two catches for 20 yards to Burnett’s single 13-yard touchdown grab. But the Trojans also varied their looks, not just using the slot receivers inside. Instead, JuJu Smith-Schuster saw some time in the slot as did De’Quan Hampton.

Safety/Nickel Talk

For the first time in four games, Marvell Tell III had a better yards per play number than Chris Hawkins with Cal averaging 4.9 ypp when Tell was in the game versus 6.5 when Hawkins was on the field. The two safeties once again rotated back and forth throughout the game, but they also played 15 plays together — 14 of those coming in the second half. 

With Jonathan Lockett ruled out this week with a hip injury, is it possible USC could move Leon McQuay III back into the slot and have Hawkins and Tell play side-by-side once more, as they did to start the season?

The other options in the nickel position are bumping Ajene Harris up to starter. Harris held his own, playing a career-high 54 defensive plays against Cal after subbing in for Lockett following the Golden Bears’ second offensive drive of the game. Backing up Harris would be John Plattenburg, who played the position for most of the fourth quarter and finished with a season-high 20 snaps.

Because of how explosive Cal’s offense is, USC didn’t really go with a full set of backups until late in the fourth quarter and when the Trojans did, the safety spot still had Hawkins in the game. On the other side taking McQuay’s spot was Matt Lopes. Ykili Ross, who has played the high safety and the nickel spots at times this season, remained on the bench.

Stevie Back in Starting Lineup

Stevie Tu'ikolovatu returned to the starting lineup after coming off the bench against Arizona for unknown reasons. He and Rasheem Green played the most snaps on the defensive line with Tu’ikolovatu participating in 52 and Green at 62. But the defense was actually best when the backups were in. 

Cal gained 6.6 yards per play when Green was in the game and 5.9 when Tu’ikolovatu was on the field. When backups Josh Fatu (5.4), Christian Rector (3.0) and Malik Dorton (3.4) were on the field, those numbers declined.

Rector Moves Up

Speaking of the defensive line, it appears that Christian Rector has jumped Malik Dorton on the depth chart. Dorton was still listed on USC’s graphic as a starter in the pre-game:

https://twitter.com/USC_Athletics/status/791812109055107072

Against Arizona, Rector was first off the bench after Stevie Tu’ikolovatu, but he and Rector played a similar number of plays. In the Cal game, Rector played 16 defensive snaps compared to Dorton’s five.

No “Base”

USC used its nickel defense for all 83 defensive snaps against Cal. Don’t expect to see much of the “base” three-down-linemen sets this week either since the Trojans only used it for three plays against Arizona. Against spread, it has been all about the nickel.

Subs as Strategy

Previously this season, USC used a third-down package substitution where Quinton Powell and Josh Fatu would come on in obvious passing situations. The Trojans have scrapped that plan the last two games. It’s likely this is because of the tempo with which Arizona and Cal like to work. If you try to substitute on every third down, they are going to try to exploit that by rushing to the line and calling a play before you can get the substitutions made and get everyone set. 

But it seemed Clancy Pendergast did have a specific substitution strategy to combat the Golden Bears’ tempo and get guys just a little more rest here and there.

In college football, there has been more emphasis placed on the sub-for-a-sub rule. Whenever the offense substitutes any player, the defense has to be given the opportunity to sub its own players to match up with the offense. It’s to keep the offense from being able to explicitly exploit matchups just by being able to sub players in while the defense doesn’t get a chance. Oregon was really good at this under Chip Kelly, which helped propel this rule into the spotlight where it is now enforced more stringently.

You may have noticed the offense seemingly ready to snap the ball only to have a referee standing with his hand on the center telling him to wait. That’s to allow the defense to match up and line up

To take advantage of this rule, USC seemed to “slow play” their substitutions. Instead of players sprinting on and off the field at full speed, defensive lineman trotted to and from while Clay Helton constantly worked the refs to get them to acknowledge the sub-for-a-sub taking place. In fact, he was constantly yelling “sub for a sub!” at the line judge to make sure that he signaled to the head referee, who passed it on.

So instead of USC having particular package substitutions, they subbed players in and out a lot more in this game than in the past. It was especially noticeable in the second half. That’s when you saw Leon McQuay III get some time on the sideline as the three safeties rotated seemingly every time that Cal made a second half substitution. The top three defensive linemen also rotated amongst each other more than in the past and we saw Powell coming in and playing for Cameron Smith in the middle of drives much more frequently.

One Play Adoree’

For the third game in a row, Adoree' Jackson participated in just one offensive play — a one-yard carry on a sweep out of the backfield. (He actually lined up on offense twice, but a penalty negated the second play.)  

Jackson was joined by Max Browne, Isaac Whitney and Reuben Peters as other Trojans that participated in one offensive snap.

Less RoJo Than You Think

Ronald Jones II had a monster game on the ground, rushing for 223 yards on 18 carries, but he actually played less than he did against Colorado in the game Justin Davis got hurt or in Arizona when he was the starter. Jones only played 32 offensive snaps.

Aca'Cedric Ware actually played more than Jones. Ware set a career high participating in 40 offensive snaps, including 16 in the first quarter when Jones played only eight. 

The offense was much more productive with Jones on the field where they averaged a whopping 11.5 yards per play — best on the team of anyone with five or more snaps played. Ware had the worst ypp of any offensive player that participated in more than one snap.

Top Play Counts

USC lost the total play battle against California with 72 offensive snaps (73 if you include the botched field goal hold to end the first half) to the Golden Bears’ 83. USC controlled the ball in the first half, running 45 plays to Cal’s 34, but in the second half, the roles were flipped. Cal ran 49 offensive plays after halftime with the Trojans running just 27 in the second half for the second straight game.

Adoree’ Jackson tied for the most total snaps with Zach Banner, but Jackson didn’t play the most defensive snaps. He participated in the first 71 defensive plays, but got the final drive off. Iman Marshall played that final drive and finished with 72 defensive plays, getting subbed out for errors twice on third-quarter drives. Michael Hutchings participated in the first 75 defensive plays to earn the defensive iron man award this week. 

On offense, Chad Wheeler and Nico Falah tied with Banner for most offensive plays — participating in all 72, but neither Wheeler or Falah participated on special teams where Banner got another 13 plays. 

John Houston Jr. remains the special teams champ with a team-high 18 snaps, but freshman Michael Pittman tied him this week with 18 as well. Rueben Peters and Matt Boermeester both finished with 17 special teams snaps.

For the season, Hutchings and Wheeler are the only two players to have eclipsed 500 offensive/defensive snaps while Damien Mama continues to lead the way for total snaps with 571.

Productive Two Tights

Earlier this season against Stanford, USC had success early with two tight end sets and then abandoned them. The Trojans ran for 66 yards on the first two plays of the game in two tight end sets and then went away from from it the rest of the drive, which resulted in a touchdown. But unlike against Stanford, USC kept coming back to two tight end alignments over and over…and for good reason.

The Trojans ran 27 plays with two tight ends on the field and averaged 11.44 yards per play, running for 263 yards on 21 rush attempts. The Trojans were most productive when Daniel Imatorbhebhe was on the field, averaging 10.5 yards per play he participated in. From Ronald Jones 61-yard run to his own 17-yard touchdown catch, Imatorbhebhe was on the field for a number of big plays. He played 31 offensive snaps and 10 of them went for 10 or more yards.

But it was first team tight end Taylor McNamara that took the most reps at the position, getting 40 offensive snaps. McNamara’s snap count was equal or one off of the combined snaps taken by Imatorbhebhe and Tyler Petite in three of the four quarters, but in the second quarter McNamara played only four snaps. But when USC wanted to try to salt the game away in the fourth quarter, it was McNamara that was in for eight snaps on the Trojans’ final 11-play drive that took up nearly eight minutes.

McNamara finished with an 8.3 ypp while the offense averaged 8.5 yards with Petite on the field.

Get in Formation

Unlike against Arizona when USC used a handful of different formation looks for a play or two, USC kept it simple against Cal. It just played them straight up and overpowered them. USC returned to using it’s three-wide set the most, throwing for 10.18 yards per dropback out of its most commonly used set. The Trojans averaged 7.43 yards out of the formation overall, running for 5.1 yards on 20 rushes.

They also brought back a couple of under center snaps — both on wide receiver jet sweeps. The two plays worked well gaining 35 total yards. But the bigger storyline was how much USC lined up in the pistol. The Trojans actually used it more than the shotgun formation for the first time this season. The 10.72 yards they averaged per pistol play says it was a smart decision. Out of the pistol, USC passed for 17.40 yards on five dropbacks and gained 9.65 yards per play on 31 carries.

In the shotgun, USC averaged a solid 6.35 yards per play, but only 6.78 yards per on 23 dropbacks.

  • Three receivers, one tight end, one running back: 37 plays, 275 yards (7.4 ypp)
  • Two receivers, two tight ends, one running back: 27 plays, 309 yards (11.4 ypp)
  • Three receivers, one tight end split out, one running back: 6 plays, 35 yards, (5.8 ypp)
  • Two receivers, one tight end, two running backs: 2 plays, 18 yards (9.0 ypp)

USC vs. California Participation Chart

Off/Def SnapsSTTotal Plays
1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q Total
1 - Darreus Rogers 22 20 13 13 68 5 73
1 - Jack Jones 10 12 22 11 33
2 - Adoree' Jackson 16 19 25 12 72 13 85
4 - Max Browne 1 1 1
4 - Chris Hawkins 5 8 20 12 45 45
6 - Michael Pittman 2 2 4 18 22
7 - Steven Mitchell Jr. 0 DNP
7 - Marvell Tell III 10 12 17 14 53 7 60
8 - Iman Marshall 15 19 15 24 73 6 79
9 - JuJu Smith-Schuster 21 21 12 10 64 4 68
10 - Jalen Greene 4 8 5 17 3 20
10 - John Houston Jr. 1 1 18 19
13 - De'Quan Hampton 3 2 1 3 9 9
14 - Sam Darnold 23 21 13 14 71 71
14 - Isaiah Langley 0 12 12
15 - Isaac Whitney 1 1 1
16 - Dominic Davis 0 DNP
17 - Keyshawn Young 0 8 8
18 - Quinton Powell 5 4 21 30 8 38
19 - Michael Hutchings 15 19 25 16 75 5 80
22 - Justin Davis 0 DNP
22 - Leon McQuay III 15 18 14 16 63 1 64
23 - Jonathan Lockett 9 9 1 10
24 - John Plattenburg 3 17 20 20
25 - Ronald Jones II 8 11 8 5 32 32
26 - James Toland IV 0 11 11
27 - Ajene Harris 6 19 22 7 54 5 59
28 - Aca'Cedric Ware 16 10 5 9 40 1 41
30 - Ykili Ross 0 7 7
34 - Olajuwon Tucker 6 2 16 24 14 38
35 - Cameron Smith 15 14 21 4 54 5 59
36 - Chris Tilbey 0 2 2
37 - Matt Lopes 5 5 8 13
39 - Matt Boermeester 0 17 17
40 - Jabari Ruffin 0 DNP
42 - Uchenna Nwosu 15 13 23 8 59 6 65
44 - Malik Dorton 5 5 5
45 - Porter Gustin 15 13 25 16 69 3 72
46 - Wyatt Schmidt 0 9 9
47 - Reuben Peters 1 1 17 18
48 - Taylor McNamara 16 4 9 11 40 40
50 - Toa Lobendahn 0 DNP
50 - Grant Moore 0 DNP
51 - Damien Mama 24 16 13 11 64 15 79
56 - Jordan Austin 0 9 9
56 - Jordan Iosefa 8 8 16 24
60 - Viane Talamaivao 17 21 13 11 62 9 71
62 - Khaliel Rodgers 0 DNP
63 - Roy Hemsley 0 DNP
64 - Richie Wenzel 0 DNP
66 - Cole Smith 0 DNP
68 - Jordan Simmons 7 3 10 11 21
70 - Chuma Edoga 0 DNP
72 - Chad Wheeler 24 21 13 14 72 72
73 - Zach Banner 24 21 13 14 72 13 85
74 - Nico Falah 24 21 13 14 72 72
76 - Clayton Johnston 0 DNP
77 - Chris Brown 5 3 8 9 17
80 - Deontay Burnett 9 11 5 25 25
82 - Tyler Petite 8 8 2 7 25 25
88 - Daniel Imatorbhebhe 8 10 8 5 31 8 39
89 - Christian Rector 1 6 2 7 16 5 21
90 - Connor Murphy 0 15 15
91 - Noah Jefferson 0 DNP
92 - Jacob Daniel 0 DNP
92 - Zach Smith 0 11 11
94 - Rasheem Green 14 13 18 17 62 5 67
96 - Stevie Tu'ikolovatu 12 14 17 9 52 1 53
98 - Josh Fatu 3 5 8 15 31 31
99 - Oluwole Betiku 6 8 14 14

Here's also a tally of the snap counts for all eight 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 Cal Season
1 - Darreus Rogers 47 60 57 57 38 72 58 68 457
1 - Jack Jones 6 8 0 0 3 3 25 22 67
2 - Adoree' Jackson 54 42 50 76 55 73 50 72 472
4 - Max Browne 49 58 51 - 8 - 13 1 180
4 - Chris Hawkins 57 62 49 15 45 34 40 45 347
6 - Michael Pittman 1 3 0 1 21 5 17 4 52
7 - Steven Mitchell Jr. 31 33 33 33 32 30 8 - 200
7 - Marvell Tell III 55 28 62 66 26 39 45 53 374
8 - Iman Marshall 54 53 44 73 53 70 41 73 461
9 - JuJu Smith-Schuster 50 59 50 50 36 72 53 64 434
10 - Jalen Greene 11 18 7 4 17 2 9 17 85
10 - John Houston Jr. 0 0 13 0 14 0 13 1 41
13 - De'Quan Hampton 15 19 10 2 17 5 12 9 89
14 - Sam Darnold 17 23 10 59 61 80 65 71 386
14 - Isaiah Langley 0 3 0 0 14 1 13 0 31
15 - Isaac Whitney 8 2 2 2 15 4 12 1 46
16 - Dominic Davis 4 6 1 - - - 8 - 19
17 - Keyshawn Young - 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 12
18 - Quinton Powell 6 3 0 7 14 16 23 30 99
19 - Michael Hutchings 57 62 62 81 52 73 43 75 505
22 - Justin Davis 36 42 33 37 42 30 - - 220
22 - Leon McQuay III 38 45 34 81 53 72 21 63 407
23 - Jonathan Lockett 6 15 5 69 49 55 40 9 248
24 - John Plattenburg - - - - - - 11 20
25 - Ronald Jones II 22 10 24 15 15 35 39 32 192
26 - James Toland IV 1 - - - 0 0 1 0 2
27 - Ajene Harris 7 15 5 14 15 17 25 54 152
28 - Aca'Cedric Ware 8 23 2 7 14 17 30 40 141
30 - Ykili Ross 6 3 0 0 15 - 6 0 30
34 - Olajuwon Tucker 6 3 0 0 20 4 9 24 66
35 - Cameron Smith 57 62 57 74 42 57 34 54 437
36 - Chris Tilbey 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
37 - Matt Lopes 8 37 - 0 19 1 18 5 88
39 - Matt Boermeester 0 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 59 488
44 - Malik Dorton 22 28 23 28 19 11 15 5 151
45 - Porter Gustin 63 54 62 81 51 73 42 69 495
46 - Wyatt Schmidt 0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
47 - Reuben Peters 0 4 0 0 4 2 10 1 21
48 - Taylor McNamara 47 23 25 40 37 - 42 40 254
50 - Toa Lobendahn 55 - - - - - - - 55
50 - Grant Moore - - - - - - 7 -
51 - Damien Mama 39 43 61 59 53 69 44 64 432
56 - Jordan Austin - 11 - - 6 0 9 0 26
56 - Jordan Iosefa 0 3 13 0 18 0 20 8 62
60 - Viane Talamaivao 55 67 61 59 63 71 32 62 470
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 10 156
70 - Chuma Edoga 30 4 - - 33 53 39 - 159
72 - Chad Wheeler 36 66 61 59 63 80 65 72 502
73 - Zach Banner 66 70 61 59 - - 51 72 379
74 - Nico Falah 11 70 61 59 63 80 65 72 481
76 - Clayton Johnston - 11 0 0 - - - - 11
77 - Chris Brown 27 38 0 0 16 11 30 8 130
80 - Deontay Burnett 31 28 25 21 26 29 22 25 207
82 - Tyler Petite 8 38 23 8 13 46 40 25 201
88 - Daniel Imatorbhebhe 4 31 6 11 17 40 23 31 163
89 - Christian Rector 0 3 0 - 11 4 19 16 53
90 - Connor Murphy 0 3 0 0 19 0 13 0 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 0
94 - Rasheem Green 44 47 58 64 43 61 39 62 418
96 - Stevie Tu'ikolovatu 48 37 52 65 40 50 33 52 377
98 - Josh Fatu 8 26 32 9 20 22 26 31 174
99 - Oluwole Betiku - - - - - 1 16 14 31

Season totals including special teams:

Total Snaps
Ala UtSt Stan Utah ASU Colo Ariz Cal Season
1 - Darreus Rogers 52 62 63 62 42 75 61 73 490
1 - Jack Jones 23 23 11 5 3 7 39 33 144
2 - Adoree' Jackson 65 49 58 89 70 86 58 85 560
4 - Max Browne 49 58 51 - 8 - 13 1 180
4 - Chris Hawkins 57 62 49 21 53 34 40 45 361
6 - Michael Pittman 24 18 10 12 40 19 36 22 181
7 - Steven Mitchell Jr. 31 33 33 36 36 33 12 - 214
7 - Marvell Tell III 67 29 67 72 32 45 51 60 423
8 - Iman Marshall 73 57 54 78 57 72 43 79 513
9 - JuJu Smith-Schuster 55 61 56 56 41 75 55 68 467
10 - Jalen Greene 11 18 7 4 18 2 14 20 94
10 - John Houston Jr. 14 15 24 16 36 17 33 19 174
13 - De'Quan Hampton 15 19 10 2 17 5 12 9 89
14 - Sam Darnold 17 23 10 59 61 80 65 71 386
14 - Isaiah Langley 0 24 5 9 29 13 27 12 119
15 - Isaac Whitney 8 2 2 2 15 4 12 1 46
16 - Dominic Davis 4 6 1 - - - 8 - 19
17 - Keyshawn Young - 7 2 8 15 11 20 8 71
18 - Quinton Powell 14 16 5 16 29 27 31 38 176
19 - Michael Hutchings 59 62 62 86 55 76 45 80 525
22 - Justin Davis 38 42 33 37 43 30 - - 223
22 - Leon McQuay III 66 62 49 90 66 85 29 64 511
23 - Jonathan Lockett 6 15 5 69 49 55 40 10 249
24 - John Plattenburg - - - - - - 13 20 33
25 - Ronald Jones II 22 10 24 15 15 35 39 32 192
26 - James Toland IV 4 - - - 8 4 10 11 37
27 - Ajene Harris 23 17 10 20 15 17 26 59 187
28 - Aca'Cedric Ware 19 30 4 10 22 24 31 41 181
30 - Ykili Ross 14 12 7 6 23 - 7 7 76
34 - Olajuwon Tucker 15 5 6 6 31 11 18 38 130
35 - Cameron Smith 65 64 62 79 46 60 36 59 471
36 - Chris Tilbey 12 2 5 1 3 3 4 2 32
37 - Matt Lopes 8 37 - 3 19 5 26 13 111
39 - Matt Boermeester 5 15 5 11 18 7 16 17 94
40 - Jabari Ruffin 9 8 16 6 1 - 14 - 54
42 - Uchenna Nwosu 76 64 71 87 56 75 55 65 549
44 - Malik Dorton 23 28 23 28 19 11 15 5 152
45 - Porter Gustin 78 56 67 82 54 76 46 72 531
46 - Wyatt Schmidt 2 - 2 5 10 3 8 9 39
47 - Reuben Peters 17 15 8 9 15 15 26 18 123
48 - Taylor McNamara 70 33 33 51 52 - 42 40 321
50 - Toa Lobendahn 55 - - - - - - - 55
50 - Grant Moore - - - - - - 8 - 8
51 - Damien Mama 70 57 79 76 73 81 56 79 571
56 - Jordan Austin 11 - - 16 3 17 9 56
56 - Jordan Iosefa 23 20 24 15 37 14 32 24 189
60 - Viane Talamaivao 57 75 63 64 73 74 40 71 517
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 21 223
70 - Chuma Edoga 30 4 - - 36 56 41 - 167
72 - Chad Wheeler 36 66 61 59 73 83 73 72 523
73 - Zach Banner 76 80 68 69 - - 51 85 429
74 - Nico Falah 13 78 61 59 63 80 65 72 491
76 - Clayton Johnston - 11 2 5 - - - - 18
77 - Chris Brown 29 46 2 5 26 14 40 17 179
80 - Deontay Burnett 32 29 25 21 26 29 25 25 212
82 - Tyler Petite 8 38 23 8 14 46 40 25 202
88 - Daniel Imatorbhebhe 10 25 6 17 29 50 26 39 202
89 - Christian Rector 19 7 9 - 11 7 22 21 96
90 - Connor Murphy 10 13 7 11 35 9 28 15 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 11 79
94 - Rasheem Green 44 47 58 69 46 64 41 67 436
96 - Stevie Tu'ikolovatu 48 37 52 65 40 50 33 53 378
98 - Josh Fatu 8 26 32 9 20 22 26 31 174
99 - Oluwole Betiku - - - - - 1 16 14 31

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