OBBL Snap Counts UVA vs. Miami Hurricanes

OBBL Snap Counts UVA vs. Miami Hurricanes

Your Miami Hurricanes won a slugfest versus the University of Virginia Cavaliers by the final score of 14-12 in quadruple overtime.  Here is your OBBL official participation report. OBB Snap Counts where every snap counts.


No    QUARTERBACKS (2)    Yr        Snaps

13    Jake Garcia                    2-Fr    67

11    Jacurri Brown                1-Fr    7


21    Henry Parrish                 3-So    66

24    Lucious Stanley              6-Sr    8


88    Colbie Young                  2-So    69

5      Key’Shawn Smith           3-So    61

12    Brashard Smith              2-So    30

7      Xavier Restrepo             3-So    16

15    Jacolby George              2-So    15

8      Frank Ladson                  4-Jr     9

0      Romello Brinson            2-So    4

83    Michael Redding III       3-Fr    2

82    Isaiah Horton                 1-Fr    1


85    Will Mallory                   5-Sr    65

18    Kahlil Brantley               2-Fr    14

23    Jaleel Skinner                1-Fr    8

86    Dominic Mammarelli   3-Fr    1


74    John Campbell, LT         5-Jr    74

64    Jalen Rivers, LG              3-Fr    74

53    Jakai Clark, C                   4-Jr    74

73    Anez Cooper, RG            1-Fr    74

51    DJ Scaife, RT                    5-Sr    74

77    Logan Sagapolu              3-Fr    1


No    TACKLES (6)                     Yr       Snaps

6      Darrell Jackson                2-So    45

56    Leonard Taylor                2-So    30

81    Jared Harrison-Hunte    4-So    24

55    Jake Lichtenstein            6-Sr    5

44    Antonio Moultrie            6-Sr    5

91    Jordan Miller                    5-Jr    3


45    Mitchell Agude                3-So    56

12    Jahfari Harvey                  4-So    47

32    Nyjalik Kelly                      1-Fr    14

90    Akheem Mesidor*           3-So    9

99    Elijah Roberts                   3-So    7

13    Chantz Williams               3-So    5


11    Corey Flagg                       3-So    48

40    Caleb Johnson                  6-Sr    37

4      Keontra Smith                  4-Jr    17

31    Wesley Bissainthe           1-Fr    10

34    Ryan Ragone                    5-Jr    4


8      DJ Ivey                              5-Sr    61

2      Tyrique Stevenson            4-Jr    61

23    Te’Cory Couch                   4-Jr    58

5      Darryl Porter                      3-So    1


24    Kamren Kinchens              2-So    60

7      Al Blades Jr.                        5-Jr    53

3      Gilbert Frierson                  5-Jr    12

15    Avantae Williams               3-Fr    10

*Indicates player dealt with an injury

NOTES: Offense – Jake Garcia started after Van Dyke suffered an undisclosed upper extremity injury versus Duke. Jacurri Brown saw his snap count go up for the second consecutive week. Look for that trend to continue if TVD can’t play this week vs. FSU. Another game, another week with no snaps for Thad Franklin. I don’t know what is going on there but I don’t like it. You’re a team that is struggling in short yardage situations, especially at the goal line.You don’t think a running back that is 240 pounds can help in those situations?

We saw a season high in wide receiver rotation this game with 9 guys getting burn. Nice to see Restrepo back. Look for him to get more and more involved. Khalil Brantley out-snapping Jaleel Skinner for the first time this season at Tight End is interesting. Couple that with starting RG Anez Cooper getting all the snaps and those moves looked to have given a boost to the ground attack.

Defense – Nothing overly surprising along the defensive line except for the injury to Mesidor, which upped Mitchell Agude’s snap count to a season high 56. We saw another Ryan Ragone sighting this season. No more of that. With James Williams missing this game due to injury, Al Blades Jr. played a season high 53 snaps. I want to see more Gil Frierson out there. Kid is an impact player and needs to play more.

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Tony Valdes was born and raised in A-Rod’s hood of Kendall, FL.  As a life-long, die-hard Canes, Dolphins and Marlins fan, his fandom has been tested on many occasions but his passion is always strong – thank God for the Heat.  Other passions include his family, his friends, music, good food and good drinking.  He is one of the Co-Hosts of the “Canes Call In” podcast.

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