Roster
# Name Pos Yr Ht Wt
4 Anthony Lytton, Jr. CB/WR Sr.
1 Isaiah Hazel WR/S Jr.
33 Christopher Rhodes LB/FB Sr.
35 Marcus Swann LB Sr.
52 Malik Bellamy OL/DL Sr.
57 Jahbari Gray OL Sr.
2 John Oliver RB/CB Sr.
14 David Jones QB/LB Sr.
9 Ehizele (Izzy) Akojie S/WR Sr.
20 Sadiq Salawu RB/CB Jr.
21 Brandon Bell RB/S Jr.
22 Zaire Green RB/S Sr.
24 Josh Graves WR/CB Sr.
28 Dante Washington WR/DL/CB Sr.
24 David Medley RB/S Sr.
32 Jaylin Moore RB/S Sr.
22 Tyrin Brooks LB Sr.
15 Marquette Harris S/WR Jr.
54 Anthony Lawhorn OL Sr.
51 Javier Robinson OL/DL Sr.
58 Dion Cofield OL/DL Sr.
72 Jordan Marks OL/DL Sr.
73 Gary Worthy OL/DL Sr.
7 Eddie Akojie DL/DL/TE Sr.
16 Kevin Gill S/WR/LB Sr.
11 Demetri Morsell S/WR Sr.
13 Kevin Martinez K Sr.
5 Kiysean Clardy QB So.
6 Brandon Harrell Jr. WR/CB Sr.
10 Dennis Stokes WR/CB Jr.
12 Quinton Williams QB Jr.
14 David Gilchrist WR/CB Jr.
16 Kamari Stover-Queen WR/S/CB Jr.
18 Nigel Johnson TE/DE Jr.
20 Anthony Morales WR/CB So.
23 Rodney Gainous RB/LB So.
25 Naszir Stancil TE/DE Jr.
26 Tamar Campbell WR/CB Jr.
27 Jeremiah Smith TE/DE Jr.
29 Afe Akojie WR/CB So.
34 Robert Foxx FB/LB Jr.
35 Tracey White FB/LB So.
45 Kelvin Scott Jr. RB/S Jr.
46 Jaden Tapp WR/S Jr.
48 Malik Griffin RB/LB Jr.
50 Kamrin Porter OL/DL So.
53 Rashard Jackson OL/DL So.
55 Khalil Gary OL/DL Jr.
56 David Dalton OL/DL Jr.
58 Cameron Noble OL/DL Jr.
71 Demarco Ragland OL/DL Jr.
74 Bertini Legendre OL/DL Jr.
75 Robert Boyden OL/DL Jr.
76 Tajh Cobb WR/CB Jr.
81 Peyton McGilvery TE/S Jr.
82 Amon Anderson RB/LB Jr.
88 Jabaree Briscoe-McNeal TE/S Jr.
89 Jordan Mitchell TE/DE Jr.
3 Jalil Farooq WR Fr.
8 DeAndre Clifton DE/WR
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