Roster
# Name Pos Yr Ht Wt
11 Daniel George WR/S Jr. 185' 6" 2
21 Cameron Deen CB Sr. 5' 11" 170
30 Omari Crum MLB Sr. 6' 0" 185
56 James Watkins DT/OG/C Sr. 6' 0" 250
63 Stefan Touani C/OT Sr. 6' 2" 285
74 Noah Hayes OT Jr. 6' 5" 273
14 Amon Smith WR Jr. 5' 10"
22 Dashawn Greene RB/OLB Sr. 5' 10" 175
1 Christian Banks WR Jr.
2 Jy'ir Ingram LB/QB/RB So.
3 Keith Jones CB Sr.
4 Javon Hayes WR Sr.
7 Reginald Hamlette CB/WR Jr.
10 DaJuan Rollins QB Jr.
15 Tim Williams MLB/RB Sr.
20 Montana Dawkins RB/LB Jr.
5 R.J. Tolson WR Sr.
12 Latreal Brame WR Jr.
6 Luis Martinez K So.
9 Mason Waid RB So.
25 Deandre Cuyler S/S/OLB Sr. 6' 3"
26 Avery Samuels CB/S Sr. 5' 11"
28 Jalen Graham CB Jr. 5' 10"
33 Sean Trudo MLB Sr. 5' 10"
42 Damien Williams OLB Jr. 6' 0"
43 Raul Collins MLB Jr. 5' 11"
44 Isaiah Curry DL/OLB Sr. 6' 2"
45 Nigel McCoy OLB/DL Jr. 6' 1"
49 Derrick Miller Jr. DL/DT Jr. 6' 2"
54 Cameron Proctor DT/OG Sr. 6' 2"
72 Toboris Chapman OT Sr. 6' 2"
75 Semaj Burrows OG/C Jr. 6' 5"
8 Dorian Harvey CB So. 5' 9" 150
13 Louis Gilbert Jr. WR/S Fr. 5' 10" 130
16 Paul Reid III CB/WR So. 5' 7" 160
35 Donovan Plummer CB Fr. 5' 10" 135
36 Corey Watson S/RB Fr. 5' 11" 165
52 Jordan Strickland MLB Fr. 6' 0" 207
58 Kevin Lopez DE So. 6' 1" 205
67 Papa Tuffour DT So. 5' 11" 245
78 Kenneth Tue DT/OG So. 5' 10" 303
85 Joshua Sweat DE Fr. 6' 0" 185
88 Fred Silvers DE So. 5' 10" 190
82 Jonathan Diaz K Fr. 5' 9" 146
32 Jordan Taylor RB So. 5' 7" 120
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