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OBBL Snap Counts – FSU vs. Miami

No QUARTERBACKS (3)    Yr        Snaps
11 Jacurri Brown              1-Fr     37
9 Tyler Van Dyke*             3-So   13
13 Jake Garcia                  2-Fr     4
RUNNING BACKS (5)
4 Jaylan Knighton             3-So   20
21 Henry Parrish               3-So   15
22 Thad Franklin               2-So   11
24 Lucious Stanley            6-Sr     6
20 Terrell Walden II           wo       2
WIDE RECEIVERS (6)
88 Colbie Young               2-So    46
7 Xavier Restrepo             3-So    30
8 Frank Ladson                 4-Jr      28
15 Jacolby George            2-So    26
12 Brashard Smith            2-So    16
83 Michael Redding III      3-Fr     4
TIGHT ENDS (4)
85 Will Mallory                  5-Sr    49
23 Jaleel Skinner               1-Fr     8
18 Kahlil Brantley              2-Fr     6
86 Dominic Mammarelli    3-Fr     3
OFFENSIVE LINEMEN (6)
74 John Campbell, LT         5-Jr    54
53 Jakai Clark, C                 4-Jr    54
73 Anez Cooper, RG          1-Fr    54
51 DJ Scaife, RT                 5-Sr    54
50 Laurance Seymore, LG  2-Fr    38
64 Jalen Rivers, LG*            3-Fr   16

DEFENSE
No DEFENSIVE TACKLES (7) Yr        Snaps
56 Leonard Taylor                 2-So   39
6 Darrell Jackson                  2-So    31
44 Antonio Moultrie             6-Sr     28
91 Jordan Miller                    5-Jr     28
81 Jared Harrison-Hunte*     4-So    20
97 Allan Haye                        1-Fr     5
92 Ahmad Moten                  2-Fr     5
DEFENSIVE ENDS (7)
45 Mitchell Agude                 3-So   42
90 Akheem Mesidor              3-So   27
12 Jahfari Harvey                   4-So   19
32 Nyjalik Kelly                      1-Fr    19
99 Elijah Roberts                    3-So   8
39 Cyrus Moss                       1-Fr    5
13 Chantz Williams                3-So   4
LINEBACKERS (4)
11 Corey Flagg                      3-So   46
4 Keontra Smith                     4-Jr    39
40 Caleb Johnson                  6-Sr    30
31 Wesley Bissainthe             1-Fr    19
CORNERBACKS (4)
2 Tyrique Stevenson              4-Jr     68
8 DJ Ivey                                5-Sr    62
23 Te’Cory Couch                  4-Jr     59
5 Darryl Porter                       3-So    2
SAFETIES (5)
0 James Williams                   2-So    63
24 Kamren Kinchens*            2-So    41
15 Avantae Williams              3-Fr     29
3 Gilbert Frierson                   5-Jr      9
7 Al Blades Jr.                         5-Jr      1

*Indicates player dealt with an injury.

COMMENTS

Offense – With TVD reaggravating his injury and Jake Garcia being turn-over prone, Jaccuri Brown out-snapped both QBs. I really liked what I saw. He’s a dynamic player. If TVD continues to miss time, I want Jacurri to start. Nice to see Thad back in the rotation after missing the last two games. Rooster, as well. WR, TE and OL remained pretty consistent, except for Laurance Seymour getting some action with Jalen Rivers getting injured.

Defense – The defensive line saw some new guys get some action with the game getting out of hand. Freshmen Ahmad Moten, Allan Haye and Cyrus Moss got their first action of the season. I would still like to see impact freshman Nyjalik Kelly and Wesley Bissainthe get more snaps as the season comes to a close. Your 4-5, what do you have to lose at this point? The secondary rotation saw mostly the same guys, with Avantae Williams collecting a season-high snap counts.

Another home game, another loss. As we hit the home stretch of the season, and the season being lost, I would like Mario to play the freshmen from the 2022 class in  more impactful roles. Give them the majority of the snaps, where appropriate.

About the Author: Tony Valdes

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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