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

Damien Mama rides the 101 as all the offensive starters get heavy workloads in a dominant 36-14 performance by the USC offense. But how an injury opened up the receiver rotation more.

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

- Players that were out with injuries: Josh Fatu, Jonathan Lockett, Pie Young, Cole Smith, Noah Jefferson, Steven Mitchell Jr., Connor Russow, Richie Wenzel, Toa Lobendahn.

- Players that did not finish the Crosstown Showdown win over UCLA: Adoree’ Jackson.

- Players that returned from injury: Aca’Cedric Ware.

- Twelve players participated in a season-high number of plays: Sam Darnold, Jalen Greene, De’Quan Hampton, Isaac Whitney, Damien Mama, Viane Talamaivao, Chad Wheeler, Zach Banner, Nico Falah, Deontay Burnett, Jackson Boyer, Daniel Imatorbhebhe.

- Nine of those players, all but backup receivers De’Quan Hampton, Jalen Greene and Issac Whitney, also set career highs in total snap count, including the entire starting offensive line

- Healthy scratches amongst previous contributors: Ykili Ross, Oluwole Betiku, Clayton Johnston.

- USC used 57 players in the game with snap counts ranging from Damien Mama setting a new season high for any player to the single play that Dominic Davis was in the game.

Complete Dominance

One measure of ball control is time of possession, which USC dominated holding the ball for nearly 44 minutes to UCLA’s 16:13. 

But even more poignant is the number of plays the Trojans ran on offense: a whopping 95 plays — the most they have run this season. UCLA, on the other hand, only had 51 offensive plays. USC had 50 in the first half, including 32 offensive snaps in the second quarter alone. The Bruins definitely didn’t close the gap in the third quarter. The USC defense allowed them only five plays in the first 15 minutes post-halftime.

Ramped Up Play Counts

USC ran 95 offensive plays and only went with its backups on its final two drives. The starters got even more than a full workload. You could tell by the offensive linemen’s demeanor after the games. They all had a relaxed but exhausted smile on their face after the game. It was to be expected after the five starters played a combined 444 snaps against their rivals — 89 each for everyone but Nico Falah, who missed one play after dislocating a finger. Only for the final six plays did the starting five come out.

Riding the 101

Damien Mama has been USC’s most used player this season. The 6-foot-4, 325-pound offensive guard is on multiple special teams units as a man trying to stop others from reaching the kicker on field goals, extra points and punt attempts while also trying to block kicks on opposing teams’ attempts at field goals and extra points. He was also on kickoff return earlier in the year, but has been given a reprieve due to his full duties at left guard where he was initially splitting time with Chris Brown.

But Mama had come nowhere near approaching the accomplishment he achieved against UCLA when he became the first Trojan this season to go over 100 total snaps in a game. Mama got the 89 offensive snaps that nearly all the starters got and also participated in 12 special teams snaps. Mama’s previous snap count high in the last two years was 87. 

On the season, Mama has played 831 total snaps, an average of more than 75 per game. Only seven other Trojans have eclipsed the 700 total play mark and Adoree’ Jackson, who has the second most total snaps, is still more than 70 total snaps — a full game for most players — behind Mama.

Not Leaving the Field

The advantage of your defense barely being on the field is that your starters never have to come out, if you don’t want. Six Trojans participated in all 51 defensive snaps. Cameron Smith came out for five plays while Rasheem Green sat just six. Adoree’ Jackson was on his way to joining the All-51 Club before rolling an ankle. And the big man in the middle of the defensive line, Stevie Tu’ikolovatu, participated in 75 percent of the snaps.

Only at the safety spot where Chris Hawkins (27) and Marvell Tell III (24) split the reps nearly even did a starting defender participate in less than 50 defensive snaps. 

Even in a 22-point blowout, defensive players outside the normal rotation of 12 ‘starters’ (including Hawkins and Tell both) played just 6.8 percent of the defensive snaps.

With so many more offensive plays, the top eight USC snap counts against UCLA came from offensive players. Uchenna Nwosu led all defenders with 56 total snaps with Leon McQuay III at 55.

Rotating Receivers

JuJu Smith-Schuster went out of the game banged up on the first drive…and second drive…and third drive…and then missed three drives in a row before being in and out of the lineup the rest of the game. It put the onus on USC’s backup receivers to step up. Some did just that. Others didn’t. But they all got opportunities.

Michael Pittman got the first go as a fill in for Smith-Schuster, lining up at wideout for the final play of the Trojans’ opening drive after Smith-Schuster got the Trojans down to the 1-yard line. But Pittman wouldn’t get back in the game on offense until the fourth quarter when the game was in hand. 

De'Quan Hampton was actually the first backup receiver to check into the game, coming in for a play opposite the formation of Darreus Rogers and Smith-Schuster. He didn’t participate in USC’s second drive, but got his big chance starting in the second quarter. It didn’t start well as the first throw his way was intercepted. He found redemption on the next drive, blocking Moreau on the outside for Ronald Jones II’s big run and then catching his first career touchdown on the next drive. 

Hampton played 20 consecutive offensive plays in the second quarter, which is more offensive plays than he had in a single game all season. Smith-Schuster returned for the final drive of the first half and first of the second half, but had to leave again after a seven-yard catch in the red zone. Hampton checked back in and caught his second touchdown on the subsequent play. He got 10 more plays in the third quarter before his night ended with a season-high 32 snaps played.

Before Hampton got the nod as Smith-Schuster’s primary replacement in the game, Jalen Greene got a shot first, filling in on the outside for the final six plays of the Trojans’ second drive. He was relegated to backing up Deontay Burnett in the slot the rest of the game, getting eight snaps inside. Burnett finished with a career-high 58 offensive snaps.

Isaac Whitney also got some extended run at the receiver position, filling in for Darreus Rogers in the second half. Whitney took over on the second drive of the third quarter and played 24 of the final 33 offensive snaps, setting a season-high.

And it’s always fun to see when walk-on players get an opportunity to get in the game. North Carolina transfer Jackson Boyer got in for his first offensive snap as a Trojan on the final kneel down.

The offense was at its best when Hampton was on the field averaging 7.6 yards per play, besting the 6.6 ypp when Greene was in the game. Pittman was the low man with just a 3.8 ypp number while the other receivers were all between 5.1 and 5.9.

Drops Get You Dropped

For the second week in a row, reserve tight end Tyler Petite dropped a potential first down in the first half and for the second week in a row, he didn’t play a snap of offense in the second half. Neither catch was an easy one to make, but they were both catchable and when you are fighting for reps at a position, you have to make the tough plays. 

Petite played just 10 snaps and not a single one after he couldn’t come up with the red zone catch against UCLA. 

The rest of the tight end opportunities were split evenly between starter Taylor McNamara and redshirt freshman Daniel Imatorbhebhe. McNamara played 49 snaps to Imatorbhebhe’s 45. But the surprising thing is the offense actually performed best with Petite on the field, averaging 7.6 yards per play compared to 5.4 for McNamara and 4.0 for Imatorbhebhe.

Dorton Sighting

For whatever reason, USC continues to list Malik Dorton as the starter at defensive tackle and he therefore is placed on the starting lineup graphics before every game. In reality, the Trojans rarely use three down lineman looks and Dorton is no longer the top backup behind Rasheem Green and Stevie Tu’ikolovatu. Instead, Christian Rector comes in behind Green and Josh Fatu backs up Tu’ikolovatu. 

Dorton didn’t even play against Washington when USC used a base defense — on nine plays — for the first time in several weeks. But he did get in Saturday against UCLA, playing the final eight defensive snaps, which ended up being more than Rector’s total for the game, but in his small time, Rector produced the team’s top yards per play number at 1.7. Jacob Daniel also got in at nose tackle for four plays.

Adoree’ on Offense

USC used Adoree' Jackson for two plays on offense and they were highly successful. The Trojans got the ball to Jackson in space and he picked up 17 yards on a short pass on the initial play. On the next play, Jackson motioned out to the right and Sam Darnold ended up throwing left to De’Quan Hampton, who made a leaping 31-yard touchdown catch. Two plays. 48 yards. Not a bad night’s work on the offensive side.

Who Carries the Load?

Ronald Jones II ran for 121 yards and two touchdown. Justin Davis still didn’t look like himself, rushing for 48 yards on 15 carries. But look at the participation numbers and Davis was actually in the game more than Jones. The offense was at its best when Jones was in the backfield averaging 6.0 yards per play. As much as I appreciate everything Davis provides, why not ride the hot hand?.

Ineffective Pistol

For the second week in a row, USC struggled to run out of the pistol, which is usually its best alignment for rushing and play-action. The Trojans averaged only 2.97 yards per play, including losing three yards on four pass attempts. They also went under center for five plays (not including the spike to stop the clock in the first half and the kneel down to end the game) where they gained a paltry 13 yards (2.6 ypp).

USC was much better in the shotgun where they spent the majority of the game, gaining 7.27 yards on 59 shotgun snaps, including 9.08 yards per dropback. It also was the best alignment for running the ball thanks to Ronald Jones II’s 60-yard touchdown run, which accounted for almost half of the 123 yards rushing on 23 attempts out of shotgun.

Get in Formation

USC found exceptional success in two formations and both involved specific alignments with the tight end position. One it used heavily and one it sprung a big play out of in one of only three attempts.

Splitting the tight end out wide seemed to open things up for the Trojans. USC ran 24 players with three receivers and a tight end split out and gained 9.29 yards per play. The Trojans also ran one play with the running back split out with three receivers and gained 16 yards on that play.

The other formation USC had a lot of success with was using offensive lineman Chuma Edoga as an extra blocker at the tight end spot. USC ran three plays with Edoga lined up along with an actual tight end, including Ronald Jones’ long distance score, and another two plays with three receivers and Edoga. On the five plays with Edoga at tight end, USC gained 74 yards, nearly 15 yards per play.

Here’s a look at the full formation breakdown for the Trojans against Washington:

  • Three receivers, one tight end, one running back: 38 plays, 123 yards (3.2 ypp)
  • Three receivers, one tight end split out, one running back: 24 plays, 223 yards, (9.3 ypp)
  • Two receivers, two tight ends, one running back: 16 plays, 48 yards (3.0 ypp)
  • Two receivers, one tight end, one running back, one F-back: 6 plays, 26 yard (4.3 ypp)
  • Two receivers, one tight end, one running back: 3 plays, 64 yards (21.0 ypp)
  • Two receivers, one tight end, two running backs: 3 plays, 18 yard (6.0 ypp)
  • Three receivers, one running back: 2 plays, 11 yards (5.5 ypp)
  • Three receivers, one tight end, one running back split out: 1 play, 16 yards

USC vs. UCLA Participation Chart

Off/Def SnapsSTTotal Plays
1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q Total
1 - Darreus Rogers 18 32 16 3 69 3 72
1 - Jack Jones 14 14 21 35
2 - Adoree' Jackson 18 14 5 2 39 11 50
4 - Max Browne 9 9 9
4 - Chris Hawkins 11 6 1 9 27 2 29
6 - Michael Pittman 1 17 18 20 38
7 - Steven Mitchell Jr. 0 DNP
7 - Marvell Tell III 7 6 4 7 24 3 27
8 - Iman Marshall 18 12 5 16 51 51
9 - JuJu Smith-Schuster 11 12 14 4 41 1 42
10 - Jalen Greene 6 2 5 1 14 7 21
10 - John Houston Jr. 0 20 20
13 - De'Quan Hampton 1 20 11 32 32
14 - Sam Darnold 18 32 25 11 86 86
14 - Isaiah Langley 0 17 17
15 - Isaac Whitney 9 15 24 24
16 - Dominic Davis 1 1 1
17 - Keyshawn Young 0 DNP
18 - Quinton Powell 2 3 5 8 13
19 - Michael Hutchings 18 12 5 16 51 3 54
22 - Justin Davis 7 16 15 38 38
22 - Leon McQuay III 18 12 5 16 51 4 55
23 - Jonathan Lockett 0 DNP
24 - John Plattenburg 0 6 6
25 - Ronald Jones II 10 12 10 4 36 36
26 - James Toland IV 6 6 15 21
27 - Ajene Harris 18 12 5 16 51 2 53
28 - Aca'Cedric Ware 2 10 12 12
30 - Ykili Ross 0 DNP
34 - Olajuwon Tucker 0 11 11
35 - Cameron Smith 18 12 5 16 51 3 54
36 - Chris Tilbey 0 2 2
37 - Matt Lopes 0 8 8
39 - Matt Boermeester 0 15 15
40 - Jabari Ruffin 0 DNP
42 - Uchenna Nwosu 18 12 5 16 51 5 56
44 - Malik Dorton 8 8 8
45 - Porter Gustin 18 12 5 16 51 2 53
46 - Wyatt Schmidt 0 7 7
47 - Reuben Peters 6 6 17 23
48 - Taylor McNamara 9 12 13 15 49 49
50 - Toa Lobendahn 0 DNP
50 - Grant Moore 0 DNP
51 - Damien Mama 18 32 25 14 89 12 101
56 - Jordan Austin 6 6 7 13
56 - Jordan Iosefa 0 18 18
60 - Viane Talamaivao 18 32 25 14 89 7 96
62 - Khaliel Rodgers 1 6 7 7
63 - Roy Hemsley 0 DNP
64 - Richie Wenzel 0 DNP
66 - Cole Smith 0 DNP
68 - Jordan Simmons 6 6 9 15
70 - Chuma Edoga 1 1 3 6 11 11
72 - Chad Wheeler 18 32 25 14 89 89
73 - Zach Banner 18 32 25 14 89 10 99
74 - Nico Falah 18 31 25 14 88 88
76 - Clayton Johnston 0 DNP
77 - Chris Brown 6 6 7 13
80 - Deontay Burnett 14 28 14 2 58 2 60
82 - Tyler Petite 10 10 10
85 - Jackson Boyer 1 1 2 3
88 - Daniel Imatorbhebhe 10 9 13 13 45 10 55
89 - Christian Rector 4 2 1 7 3 10
90 - Connor Murphy 0 12 12
91 - Noah Jefferson 0 DNP
92 - Jacob Daniel 4 4 4
92 - Zach Smith 0 9 9
94 - Rasheem Green 17 12 5 11 45 3 48
96 - Stevie Tu'ikolovatu 15 10 5 8 38 38
98 - Josh Fatu 0 DNP
99 - Oluwole Betiku 0 DNP

Here's also a tally of the snap counts for all 11 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 Ore Wash UCLA Season
1 - Darreus Rogers 47 60 57 57 38 72 58 68 56 64 69 646
1 - Jack Jones 6 8 0 0 3 3 25 22 15 11 14 107
2 - Adoree' Jackson 54 42 50 76 55 73 50 72 58 65 39 634
4 - Max Browne 49 58 51 - 8 - 13 1 12 - 9 201
4 - Chris Hawkins 57 62 49 15 45 34 40 45 54 33 27 461
6 - Michael Pittman 1 3 0 1 21 5 17 4 32 2 18 104
7 - Steven Mitchell Jr. 31 33 33 33 32 30 8 - - - - 200
7 - Marvell Tell III 55 28 62 66 26 39 45 53 57 31 24 486
8 - Iman Marshall 54 53 44 73 53 70 41 73 52 53 51 617
9 - JuJu Smith-Schuster 50 59 50 50 36 72 53 64 53 68 41 596
10 - Jalen Greene 11 18 7 4 17 2 9 17 11 6 14 116
10 - John Houston Jr. 0 0 13 0 14 0 13 1 0 0 0 41
13 - De'Quan Hampton 15 19 10 2 17 5 12 9 4 7 32 132
14 - Sam Darnold 17 23 10 59 61 80 65 71 69 70 86 611
14 - Isaiah Langley 0 3 0 0 14 1 13 0 7 0 0 38
15 - Isaac Whitney 8 2 2 2 15 4 12 1 21 1 24 92
16 - Dominic Davis 4 6 1 - - - 8 - 17 1 1 38
17 - Keyshawn Young - 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 0 12
18 - Quinton Powell 6 3 0 7 14 16 23 30 11 12 5 127
19 - Michael Hutchings 57 62 62 81 52 73 43 75 55 64 51 675
22 - Justin Davis 36 42 33 37 42 30 - - - 15 38 273
22 - Leon McQuay III 38 45 34 81 53 72 21 64 60 64 51 583
23 - Jonathan Lockett 6 15 5 69 49 55 40 9 - - - 248
24 - John Plattenburg - - - - - - 11 20 7 - 0 38
25 - Ronald Jones II 22 10 24 15 15 35 39 32 55 50 36 333
26 - James Toland IV 1 - - - 0 0 1 0 9 0 6 17
27 - Ajene Harris 7 15 5 14 15 17 25 54 5 3 51 211
28 - Aca'Cedric Ware 8 23 2 7 14 17 30 40 - - 12 153
30 - Ykili Ross 6 3 0 0 15 - 6 0 7 0 - 37
34 - Olajuwon Tucker 6 3 0 0 20 4 9 24 8 0 0 74
35 - Cameron Smith 57 62 57 74 42 57 34 52 56 52 51 594
36 - Chris Tilbey 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
37 - Matt Lopes 8 37 - 0 19 1 18 5 16 0 0 104
39 - Matt Boermeester 0 0 0 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 59 64 51 662
44 - Malik Dorton 22 28 23 28 19 11 15 5 2 - 8 161
45 - Porter Gustin 63 54 62 81 51 73 42 69 60 64 51 670
46 - Wyatt Schmidt 0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
47 - Reuben Peters 0 4 0 0 4 2 10 1 9 0 6 36
48 - Taylor McNamara 47 23 25 40 37 - 42 40 31 26 49 360
50 - Toa Lobendahn 55 - - - - - - - - - - 55
50 - Grant Moore - - - - - - 7 - - - - 7
51 - Damien Mama 39 43 61 59 53 69 44 64 66 70 89 657
56 - Jordan Austin - 11 - - 6 0 9 0 12 0 6 44
56 - Jordan Iosefa 0 3 13 0 18 0 20 8 12 0 0 74
60 - Viane Talamaivao 55 67 61 59 63 71 32 62 59 70 89 688
62 - Khaliel Rodgers 15 - - - - - 12 - 12 - 7 46
63 - Roy Hemsley - - - - - - 9 - - - - 9
64 - Richie Wenzel - 2 - - - - - - - - - 2
66 - Cole Smith - 11 - - 6 - - - - - - 17
68 - Jordan Simmons 11 12 0 0 42 44 37 10 22 0 6 184
70 - Chuma Edoga 30 4 - - 33 53 39 - 16 2 11 188
72 - Chad Wheeler 36 66 61 59 63 80 65 72 69 70 89 730
73 - Zach Banner 66 70 61 59 - - 51 72 66 70 89 604
74 - Nico Falah 11 70 61 59 63 80 65 72 69 70 88 708
76 - Clayton Johnston - 11 0 0 - - - - - - - 11
77 - Chris Brown 27 38 0 0 16 11 30 8 15 0 6 151
80 - Deontay Burnett 31 28 25 21 26 29 22 25 46 47 58 358
82 - Tyler Petite 8 38 23 8 13 46 40 25 22 7 10 240
85 - Jackson Boyer - - - - - - - - 0 - 1 1
88 - Daniel Imatorbhebhe 4 31 6 11 17 40 23 31 33 45 45 286
89 - Christian Rector 0 3 0 - 11 4 19 16 10 12 7 82
90 - Connor Murphy 0 3 0 0 19 0 13 0 2 0 0 24
91 - Noah Jefferson 21 - - - - - - - - - - 21
92 - Jacob Daniel 1 2 - 7 9 - 11 - 7 2 4 43
92 - Zach Smith 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
94 - Rasheem Green 44 47 58 64 43 61 39 62 55 62 45 580
96 - Stevie Tu'ikolovatu 48 37 52 65 40 50 33 52 30 51 38 496
98 - Josh Fatu 8 26 32 9 20 22 26 31 30 10 - 214
99 - Oluwole Betiku - - - - - 1 16 14 5 - - 36

Season totals including special teams:

Total Snaps
Ala UtSt Stan Utah ASU Colo Ariz Cal Ore Wash UCLA Season
1 - Darreus Rogers 52 62 63 62 42 75 61 73 58 69 72 689
1 - Jack Jones 23 23 11 5 3 7 39 33 31 27 35 237
2 - Adoree' Jackson 65 49 58 89 70 86 58 85 71 78 50 759
4 - Max Browne 49 58 51 - 8 - 13 1 12 - 9 201
4 - Chris Hawkins 57 62 49 21 53 34 40 45 54 33 29 477
6 - Michael Pittman 24 18 10 12 40 19 36 22 56 19 38 294
7 - Steven Mitchell Jr. 31 33 33 36 36 33 12 - - - - 214
7 - Marvell Tell III 67 29 67 72 32 45 51 60 63 39 27 552
8 - Iman Marshall 73 57 54 78 57 72 43 79 54 56 51 674
9 - JuJu Smith-Schuster 55 61 56 56 41 75 55 68 54 73 42 636
10 - Jalen Greene 11 18 7 4 18 2 14 20 20 11 21 146
10 - John Houston Jr. 14 15 24 16 36 17 33 19 24 17 20 235
13 - De'Quan Hampton 15 19 10 2 17 5 12 9 4 8 32 133
14 - Sam Darnold 17 23 10 59 61 80 65 71 69 70 86 611
14 - Isaiah Langley 0 24 5 9 29 13 27 12 28 13 17 177
15 - Isaac Whitney 8 2 2 2 15 4 12 1 24 1 24 95
16 - Dominic Davis 4 6 1 - - - 8 - 17 1 1 38
17 - Keyshawn Young - 7 2 8 15 11 20 8 3 6 - 80
18 - Quinton Powell 14 16 5 16 29 27 31 38 20 17 13 226
19 - Michael Hutchings 59 62 62 86 55 76 45 80 57 68 54 704
22 - Justin Davis 38 42 33 37 43 30 - - - 15 38 276
22 - Leon McQuay III 66 62 49 90 66 85 29 65 60 64 55 691
23 - Jonathan Lockett 6 15 5 69 49 55 40 10 - - - 249
24 - John Plattenburg - - - - - - 13 20 8 - 6 47
25 - Ronald Jones II 22 10 24 15 15 35 39 32 55 50 36 333
26 - James Toland IV 4 - - - 8 4 10 11 25 9 21 92
27 - Ajene Harris 23 17 10 20 15 17 26 59 14 58 53 312
28 - Aca'Cedric Ware 19 30 4 10 22 24 31 41 - - 12 193
30 - Ykili Ross 14 12 7 6 23 - 7 7 18 4 - 98
34 - Olajuwon Tucker 15 5 6 6 31 11 18 38 21 9 11 171
35 - Cameron Smith 65 64 62 79 46 60 36 57 58 57 54 638
36 - Chris Tilbey 12 2 5 1 3 3 4 2 4 4 2 42
37 - Matt Lopes 8 37 - 3 19 5 26 13 25 5 8 149
39 - Matt Boermeester 5 15 5 11 18 7 16 17 14 9 15 132
40 - Jabari Ruffin 9 8 16 6 1 - 14 - - - - 54
42 - Uchenna Nwosu 76 64 71 87 56 75 55 65 65 72 56 742
44 - Malik Dorton 23 28 23 28 19 11 15 5 3 - 8 163
45 - Porter Gustin 78 56 67 82 54 76 46 72 64 68 53 716
46 - Wyatt Schmidt 2 - 2 5 10 3 8 9 6 4 7 56
47 - Reuben Peters 17 15 8 9 15 15 26 18 27 12 23 185
48 - Taylor McNamara 70 33 33 51 52 - 42 40 31 27 49 428
50 - Toa Lobendahn 55 - - - - - - - - - - 55
50 - Grant Moore - - - - - - 8 - - - - 8
51 - Damien Mama 70 57 79 76 73 81 56 79 77 82 101 831
56 - Jordan Austin 11 - - 16 3 17 9 18 4 13 91
56 - Jordan Iosefa 23 20 24 15 37 14 32 24 33 13 18 253
60 - Viane Talamaivao 57 75 63 64 73 74 40 71 65 74 96 752
62 - Khaliel Rodgers 15 - - - - - 13 - 12 - 7 47
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 32 8 15 278
70 - Chuma Edoga 30 4 - - 36 56 41 - 16 2 11 196
72 - Chad Wheeler 36 66 61 59 73 83 73 72 69 70 89 751
73 - Zach Banner 76 80 68 69 - - 51 85 74 78 99 680
74 - Nico Falah 13 78 61 59 63 80 65 72 69 70 88 718
76 - Clayton Johnston - 11 2 5 - - - - - - - 18
77 - Chris Brown 29 46 2 5 26 14 40 17 22 4 13 218
80 - Deontay Burnett 32 29 25 21 26 29 25 25 46 47 60 365
82 - Tyler Petite 8 38 23 8 14 46 40 25 22 8 10 242
85 - Jackson Boyer - - - - - - - - 3 - 3 6
88 - Daniel Imatorbhebhe 10 25 6 17 29 50 26 39 45 54 55 356
89 - Christian Rector 19 7 9 - 11 7 22 21 14 16 10 136
90 - Connor Murphy 10 13 7 11 35 9 28 15 15 12 12 124
91 - Noah Jefferson 21 - - - - - - - - - - 21
92 - Jacob Daniel 1 2 - 7 9 - 11 - 8 2 4 44
92 - Zach Smith 14 10 7 6 13 6 12 11 10 8 9 106
94 - Rasheem Green 44 47 58 69 46 64 41 67 56 66 48 606
96 - Stevie Tu'ikolovatu 48 37 52 65 40 50 33 53 30 51 38 497
98 - Josh Fatu 8 26 32 9 20 22 26 31 30 10 - 214
99 - Oluwole Betiku - - - - - 1 16 14 5 - - 36

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