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# Name Pos Yr Ht Wt
2 Trevor Marchiando QB/S Sr. 6' 0" 170
3 Justin Primm RB/CB Sr. 5' 7" 165
22 Adam Holbrook WR/CB Sr. 5' 8" 165
88 Keith Colbert TE/LB Sr. 6' 6" 220
4 William Daugherty II CB/WR Sr. 5' 8" 160
1 Michael Lim DE Sr. 5' 11" 195
5 Aziz Abousam S/WR Sr. 5' 10" 170
29 Dominic Affuso LB Sr. 5' 10" 170
50 Shonn Vicente G/DT Sr. 6' 1" 230
57 Zach Beniemlih T Sr. 6' 4" 225
13 Ishmael Bobbitt CB/WR Jr. 5' 10" 165
76 Earl Brewer DE Jr. 6' 1" 195
11 Wyatt Brooks WR/CB Sr. 6' 0" 180
71 Stephon Chester Jr. T Sr. 6' 0" 270
66 Josh Dixon C Sr. 6' 2" 260
16 Alex Tristan S/WR So. 5' 8" 135
25 Damon Williams LB/TE Jr. 5' 11" 175
15 Said Muhtarov WR/CB Sr. 5' 7" 150
53 Mahjoub Ibrahim LB Sr. 5' 10" 180
54 Garrett Lopes G/DE Jr. 5' 10" 175
52 Sungwoo Bae DE/OL So. 5' 11" 183
82 Devonte Knott WR/CB Jr. 6' 0" 150
55 Andrew Grainge G Sr. 6' 0" 210
12 Bryce Johnson WR/CB Jr. 6' 0" 180
72 Connor Kirley G Jr. 6' 3" 245
59 Mason Koerner G Jr. 5' 9" 185
78 Ryan McGuire DT/G Jr. 6' 0" 270
68 Omar Mneimneh T Sr. 6' 0" 260
80 Tim McDonald WR/LB Sr. 6' 1" 165
45 Kylerell Tucker CB/RB So. 5' 11" 153
8 Jake O'Brien QB Jr. 5' 9" 165
62 Talis Roberson T Sr. 6' 4" 275
7 Ben Robertson LB/TE Jr. 6' 1" 200
14 Ade Shittu DE Jr. 5' 10" 190
20 Carter Boggs K/WR So. 6' 3" 155
34 Charles Daniels CB/WR So. 5' 8" 145
65 Alex Urquilla DT/T Sr. 6' 0" 260
23 Nadir Frouhk LB/RB So. 5' 9" 165
9 Francisco Vasquez LB/K/LB Jr. 5' 10" 175
21 Byron Violante LB/RB/K Sr. 5' 7" 170
42 Ed Weekly DE Sr. 5' 11" 205
6 Eric Woods WR/CB Sr. 6' 1" 157
35 Darnell Smith WR Sr. 6' 2" 150
41 Elliott Lee LB/TE So. 5' 7" 160
10 Christian Escobar RB/LB So. 5' 9" 145
19 Mason Mays QB So. 5' 8" 138
24 Jorge Fuentes LB Jr. 6' 1" 180
26 Dylan Koerner LB So. 5' 11" 170
28 Alex Merrill WR/CB Sr. 5' 7" 145
31 Logan Tucker S Jr. 5' 9" 150
51 Wyatt Devlin DE/G Jr. 6' 0" 210
83 Ben Kosseh LB Jr. 5' 7" 185
91 Matthew Ragan LB So. 5' 9" 160
92 Kurshat Rehaman DT Sr. 6' 3" 290
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