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OBB Snaps: Miami Hurricanes vs. Georgia Tech

The official participation report from last Saturday’s contest. OBB Snaps Miami Hurricanes vs. Georgia Tech, where every snap counts.

Jacurri Brown getting ready for a play



11 Jacurri Brown 1-Fr  63

4 Jaylan Knighton 3-So  40
22 Thad Franklin 2-So  11
24 Lucious Stanley 6-Sr  8

88 Colbie Young 2-So  57
8 Frank Ladson 4-Jr  37
7 Xavier Restrepo 3-So  31
15 Jacolby George 2-So  24
12 Brashard Smith 2-So  23
83 Michael Redding III 3-Fr  5

85 Will Mallory 5-Sr  62
23 Jaleel Skinner 1-Fr  13
18 Kahlil Brantley 2-Fr  2
86 Dominic Mammarelli 3- Fr  1
48 Robert Prosek wo  1

74 John Campbell, LT 5-Jr  62
50 Laurance Seymore, LG 2-Fr  62
53 Jakai Clark, C 4-Jr  62
73 Anez Cooper, RG 1-Fr  62
51 DJ Scaife, RT 5-Sr  62
79 Michael McLaughlin, LT 2-Fr  1
57 Matt Antezana, LG wo  1
66 Ousman Traore, C 5-Jr  1
77 Logan Sagapolu, RG 3-Fr  1
72 Chris Washington, RT 3-Fr  1



6 Darrell Jackson 2-So  43
44 Antonio Moultrie 6-Sr  30
91 Jordan Miller 5-Jr  17
56 Leonard Taylor* 2-So  16
92 Ahmad Moten 1-Fr  13

45 Mitchell Agude 3-So  38
90 Akheem Mesidor 3-So  36
12 Jahfari Harvey 4-So  35
32 Nyjalik Kelly 1-Fr  31
99 Elijah Roberts 3-So  13
39 Cyrus Moss 1-Fr  13
13 Chantz Williams 3-So  7

11 Corey Flagg 3-So  48
31 Wesley Bissainthe 1-Fr  46
34 Ryan Ragone 5-Jr  14
4 Keontra Smith 4-Jr  11
40 Caleb Johnson 6-Sr  11

2 Tyrique Stevenson 4-Jr  60
8 DJ Ivey 5-Sr  60
23 Te’Cory Couch 4-Jr  60
5 Darryl Porter 3-So  13
29 Isaiah Dunson 3-So  13
16 Malik Curtis 2-So  12
19 Jaden Harris 1-Fr  1

0 James Williams 2-So  60
24 Kamren Kinchens 2-So  59
15 Avantae Williams 3-Fr  16
3 Gilbert Frierson 5-Jr  14
18 Markeith Williams 1-Fr  13

*Indicates player dealt with an injury

OFFENSE – With Tyler Van Dyke on the mend from his injury, Jacurri Brown was tasked as the starting (and only) quarterback. Jaylan Knighton had a season-high 40 snaps, nearly 4-times as much as the second on the list. The main rotation at Wide Receiver and Tight End weren’t surprising. However, along the offensive line, there were 10 individual players that got snaps.

DEFENSE – The defense had some extra bodies on display across the board, with a majority of young players getting snaps on Georgia Tech’s final drive, when the ball game was already in hand. Most notably, in the defensive secondary and on the defensive line. Wesley Bissainthe saw his first start of the season and his highest snap count of the season. I don’t expect much of a change there.

It’s so much more pleasurable to write these pieces after victories. The Canes came out and plays nearly a complete, four quarter game. And it was nice to see. It was nice to see the kids happy. It was nice see Coach Mario Cristobal happy.

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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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