Florida State Football - 2017 Year In Review

Coaching Staff
Jimbo Fisher, Head Coach
A.J. Antonescu, Offensive GA
Tim Brewster, Recruiting Coordinator, Tight Ends
Lawrence Dawsey, Co-Offensive Coordinator, Wide Receivers
Mario Edwards, Dir of Player Development
Jay Graham, Special Teams Coordinator, Running Backs
Odell Haggins, Associate Head Coach, Defensive Tackles
Charles Kelly, Defensive Coordinator, Defensive Backs
Bob LaCivita, Dir of Player Personnel
Brad Lawing, Defensive Ends, Outside Linebackers
Bill Miller, Linebackers
Myles Notkin, Offensive GA
Andrew Priest, Defensive GA
Mark Robinson, Director of Operations
Randy Sanders, Co-Offensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks
Rick Trickett, Assistant Head Coach, Offensive Line
Vic Viloria, Strength and Conditioning
Jeremiah Wilson, Defensive GA

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2017 Football


2017 Florida State Signees/Newcomers

Cam Akers, 5-11, 213, RB, Clinton, MS - PERSONAL: One of the most sought-after players in the nation and the country's top running back recruit in the 2017 class...the five-star Akers ranked as the No. 2 player nationally and the No. 1 running back as part of 247Sports Composite…ranked No. 7 nationally and the top running back by 247Sports and No. 9 in the ESPN300 and the No. 1 running back…rated the No. 3 prospect in the nation by both Rivals and Scout...participated in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and Nike's ‘The Opening'…was awarded the U.S. Army Player of the Year Award as the nation's most outstanding high school senior football player…ran for 38 yards and a touchdown in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and was named player of the game…graduated from Clinton High School in Clinton, Miss., and led the Arrows to the Class 6A state championship in 2016 – Clinton's first-ever state title in football…finished his four-year varsity career by passing for 8,140 yards and 78 touchdowns, while rushing for 5,103 yards and 71 scores…passed for 3,128 yards and 31 touchdowns at a 61.8 completion rate with just six interceptions as a senior to go along with 2,105 yards and 34 touchdowns on the ground…led Mississippi with 65 total touchdowns and ranked second in total yards (5,233)…named Mississippi's Mr. Football for Class 6A and the state's Gatorade Player of the Year in 2016…named to the 2016 All-USA Today first team offense as a quarterback…two-time all-state selection in 2015 and 2016…passed for 2,331 yards and 20 touchdowns, while rushing for 1,418 yards and 16 scores in 2015…registered 2,596 total yards and accounted for 37 touchdowns as a sophomore in 2014…became the Arrows' starting quarterback as a freshman in 2013 and accounted for 1,565 total yards and 11 touchdowns in eight games…chose Florida State over Ole Miss, LSU, Tennessee, Alabama, and Georgia among several others.

James Blackman, 6-5, 185, QB, Belle Glade - PERSONAL: Possesses a big arm and great size while showcasing his playmaking ability as the quarterback at Glades Central High School…captured a four-star rating from Rivals and 247Sports, while being tabbed a three-start recruit by ESPN and Scout…rated the nation's No. 7 pro style quarterback and No. 29 overall player in Florida by 247Sports, while making the recruiting service's coveted Top247 prospect list…rated the nation's No. 10 dual threat quarterback and No. 33 player in Florida by Rivals…ranked No. 220 in the Rivals300…ranked the nation's No. 24 overall quarterback by ESPN and a top 100 player in the state of Florida…called a “pass-first quarterback that does a good job of keeping his eyes locked down the field” by Scout…ESPN says “Can play on the move, as a runner and within the pocket”…passed for 2,511 yards and 14 touchdowns at Glades Central in 2016, leading the Raiders to the Class 4A regional semifinals…ranked Florida's No. 3 quarterback prospect by Scout and the No. 7 signal caller in the Orlando Sentinel's Top 100 prospect list…rated No. 5 on the Palm Beach Post's Big Board of top area college prospects and was also a member of the Post's Super 11 for the 2016 football season…collected Palm Beach Post All-Area First Team and Sun Sentinel All-Palm Beach County First Team accolades in 2016, as well as Class 4A honorable mention All-State honors in 2015 and 2016…tossed for over 2,000 yards and 24 touchdowns as a junior…has same alma mater as 2014 Carolina Panthers first round pick Kelvin Benjamin, the former Seminole star wide receiver who caught the game-winning touchdown in the 2013 BCS National Championship…committed to FSU in August 2016…chose the Noles over offers from Louisville, Miami and West Virginia, among others.

DeCalon Brooks, 5-10, 195, LB, Tampa - PERSONAL: Consensus three-star prospect and Top 50 linebacker recruit who starred at Gaither High School in Tampa…named the nation's No. 47 inside linebacker prospect in Florida by 247Sports…rated the No. 7 inside linebacker prospect in Florida and No. 52 South ILB by Scout…ranked as one of the nation's Top 100 linebacker recruits by ESPN…versatile prospect who has the rare blend of speed, strength, explosiveness and instincts that could propel him to excel at linebacker or safety...said to have “a natural nose for the football” by ESPN…ranked No. 33 on the Tampa Bay Times Hometown 100 of top area high school players…member of the All-Hillsborough County and Tampa Bay Times' All-Tampa Bay first team defense as a linebacker after racking up 105 tackles, six sacks and one interception as a senior at Gaither this fall…had 114 tackles, five sacks and 12 tackles for loss as a junior…tallied 104 tackles as a sophomore…snagged second team All-Hillsborough County honors and honorable mention All-Tampa Bay as a junior…was a three-year starter for the Cowboys, averaging 10.8 tackles per game for his prep career...committed to Florida State in August 2016…selected the Seminoles over offers from Louisville, USF and Illinois among others…his father, Derrick Brooks, a two-time consensus All-American linebacker at Florida State in 1993 and 1994, has his jersey, No. 10, retired at FSU and is a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, College Football Hall of Fame and Florida State Hall of Fame.

Cory Durden, 6-5, 320, DT, Newberry - PERSONAL: Holds a four-star rating from Scout and is one of the nation's top defensive tackle prospects…ranked a three-star recruit by Rivals, 247Sports and ESPN…ranked the No. 11 defensive tackle in the nation by Scout and Florida's No. 2 recruit at his position…ranked the nation's No. 22 defensive tackle recruit by Rivals…rated the No. 24 defensive tackle prospect in the 247Sports Composite…grabbed All-Southeast Region honors from PrepStar…according to Scout, has “a big body and can eat up space, push the pocket back and make plays”…participated in Nike's The Opening…ranked fourth on the Orlando Sentinel's Top 100 recruits list, sandwiched between teammate and fellow FSU commit Ja'len Parks and early enrollee at FSU Stanford Samuels III…helped lead Newberry to an 8-2 record and an appearance in the Class 1A regional semifinals in 2016…totaled 52 tackles, including 41 solo and 18 tackles for loss, six sacks, one blocked field goal, three fumble recoveries and two forced fumbles en route to Florida Class 1A All-State First Team honors….also had 22 receptions for 229 yards and three touchdowns as a tight end on offense…named the Florida Athletic Coaches Association's District 7 Player of the Year…committed to FSU in February 2016…signed with Florida State over offers from Florida, Oklahoma, and Miami, among others.

Cyrus Fagan, 6-2, 180, DB, Daytona Beach - High School: A four-star free safety in the 247Sports Composite and consensus top-15 safety in the country…Fagan is the 71st-best player and ninth-best safety in the 2017 class…ranks No. 116 and No. 13 safety by 247, the No. 123 player and No. 11 safety by Scout, No. 74 player and No. 9 safety by Rivals, and No. 59 in the ESPN300 and the No. 5 safety…originally committed to Florida State in February 2016…invited to the Under Armour All-American Game…recorded one tackle and a pass breakup in the Under Armour All-American Game…attended the same Daytona Beach high school, Mainland, as current FSU defensive back A.J. Westbrook…helped lead Mainland to the Class 6A Regional Finals in 2016...chose Florida State over Alabama, Auburn, and Florida, among others.

Bailey Hockman, 6-2, 187, QB, Powder Springs, GA - High School: An Acworth, Ga., native, Hockman is a four-star recruit on the 247Sports Composite rankings…ranked No. 186 in the ESPN300 and is a consensus Top 15 pro-style quarterback in the 2017 class…according to MaxPreps, finished his senior season with 25 touchdown passes and 2,604 yards…led McEachern to the GHSA 7A state semifinals as a senior…was First-Team All-State in Georgia 6A in 2014 and 2015 and in 7A in 2017...ranks third all-time in touchdown passes in Georgia at 94...is third all-time in Georgia in career passing yards with 9,457...competed at the 2016 Junior Elite Classic...selected as All-Cobb County in 2014-16 and was the Player of the Year in 2015...a three-year starter that led McEachern to nine playoff victories with two region championships and two state final appearances...threw for 432 yards against Tucker in 2014 that ranks 42nd all-time in Georgia...committed to FSU in April 2016…chose Florida State over offers from North Carolina, Alabama, and Georgia, among others.

Joshua Kaindoh, 6-6, 250, DE, Baltimore, MD - High School: One of the top defensive line prospects in the 2017 class, Kaindoh is ranked five-star talent by 247Sports and Rivals…ranked the top defensive end and 16th overall player in the nation by Rivals…247 ranks him No. 22 nationally and the No. 3 weak-side defensive lineman and the No. 3 player in the state of Florida…ranks No. 53 overall and No. 6 at his position by Scout and No. 16 on the ESPN300…a long, powerful athlete who already has the frame to compete at the college level…participated in The Opening and the Under Armour All-American Game…led all players on team Highlight with 6 tackles as well as a pass breakup and a quarterback hurry…named to the All-USA Today first team defense after a 41-tackle, 7.5 sack senior season…originally from Maryland, spent his final season at IMG Academy in Bradenton in 2016…joins IMG teammate Tre’ McKitty in the 2017 signing class heading to the FSU…chose Florida State over Maryland, Penn State, Georgia, and Alabama, amongst others.

Khalan Laborn, 5-11, 199, RB, Ocean Lakes, VA - PERSONAL: Consensus five-star prospect who is ranked the nation's No. 1 all-purpose back by the 247Sports Composite and Rivals…named MVP for Team Highlight after rushing for 77 yards on eight carries, including a 21-yard score, in the Under Armour All-American Game…ranked the No. 1 player in Virginia by Rivals, Scout and ESPN, and No. 2 by 247Sports…ranked No. 36 overall and the fourth-ranked running back by ESPN…rated the nation's 23rd-best recruit by Rivals…ranked No. 44 overall and No. 5 running back by Scout…four-star recruit and No. 61 player on the Top 150 Dream Team by PrepStar…two-time All-American rushed for 1,969 yards and 23 touchdowns in 2016, while leading Bishop Sullivan to a 7-3 mark…two-time All-Tidewater first-team pick recorded 4,174 yards his last two seasons…also attended Ocean Lakes High School and Cox…named to the U19 Team USA National Team for the inaugural North American Championship (formerly the International Bowl)…comes to Florida State from the same high school as defensive tackle Derrick Nnadi and defensive back Levonta Taylor (Ocean Lakes)…committed to Florida State in July 2016 at The Opening over offers from Alabama, Miami, and Tennessee, among others.

Tre Lawson, 6-6, 248, DE, North Augusta, SC - PERSONAL: One of South Carolina's top overall prospects and a four-star defensive end recruit, according to ESPN…grabbed a three-star rating from Rivals, Scout and 247Sports…gets off the ball quick and is effective against the run and pass…rated the sixth-best player in South Carolina and the nation's No. 32 defensive end prospect by ESPN…ranked the No. 11 recruit in South Carolina and the No. 29 strong side defensive end by 247Sports…was the 2016 Aiken Standard Defensive Player of the Year…recorded five tackles in the Touchstone Energy North-South Game in December 2016…recorded 88.5 tackles and 22 TFLs along with 8.5 sacks during his senior season at North Augusta High School…also had one 30-yard pick-six…was the Region 4-AAA Defensive Player of the Year and the North Augusta Star Player of the Year…earned an invitation to the Border Bowl…chose FSU over Tennessee, Louisville, USC, Ole Miss, and South Carolina, among several others.

Alex Marshall, 6-8, 240, TE, Andover, MA - PERSONAL: Four-star tight end prospect who is ranked as the consensus top recruit in Maine…rated the No. 12 tight end in the country by ESPN and the No. 19 tight end by both the 247Sports Composite and Scout…collected All-East Region honors by PrepStar…the former North Carolina lacrosse commit “knows how to use his impressive frame to shield off defenders and locates the ball quickly,” according to Scout…made his official visit to Florida State in November…named to the 2017 U19 Team USA National Team for the inaugural North American Championship (formerly the International Bowl)…played for Andover (Mass.) High School and Proctor Academy in Andover, N.H. before spending his post-graduate year at Bridgton Academy in Bridgton, Maine…caught 22 passes for 351 yards at Andover in 2014 and tallied 471 receiving yards and two touchdowns in 2015 in Proctor Academy's run-first offense…committed to Florida State in June 2016 over offers from some of the best teams in the country, including Alabama, Ohio State, LSU, Clemson, and others.

D.J. Matthews, 5-10, 160, WR, Jacksonville - PERSONAL: A consensus four-star wide receiver prospect from Jacksonville who is explosive with the ball in his hands…had arguably the most impressive play in the U.S. Army All-American Game, a 76-yard touchdown reception in which he sprinted at least 50 yards after making the catch…led Trinity Christian to a fourth consecutive Class 3A state championship in 2016, starring at quarterback and wide receiver…ranked among the nation's Top 10 wide receivers by Rivals (No. 5), 247Sports (No. 6), ESPN (No. 7) and in the 247Sports Composite (No. 8)…rated the No. 9 player in Florida and No. 36 overall player by Rivals…ranked the No. 12 player in the Sunshine State and the No. 53 overall recruit by ESPN…ranked the No. 7 Florida recruit and No. 42 player in the nation by 247Sports…participated in Nike's The Opening…entered his senior year having already totaled 136 receptions for 2,253 yards and 26 TDs before seeing significant action at quarterback in 2016…finished his senior season by accounting for 1,487 yards rushing, receiving and passing to go along with 19 total touchdowns…led Trinity Christian to an 11-3 mark in 2016…named to the Jacksonville Times-Union Super 11… called “one of the premier guys in the class” by top recruiting analyst Tom Lemming of Prep Football Magazine…one of the original members of the 2017 class committed to the Seminoles back in July 2014...according to ESPN, Matthews “possesses excellent foot quickness and is a bit of a nightmare to handle in space”…chose Florida State over Alabama, Clemson, Florida and others.

Tre' McKitty, 6-4, 235, TE, Bradenton - High School: A three-star tight end on the 247 Sports Composite rankings, McKitty is the No. 18 tight end prospect in the 2017 class…a high school teammate of fellow incoming freshman Joshua Kaindoh, ranks No. 251 on the ESPN300 and is the No. 6 tight end…caught 25 passes for 341 yards and four touchdowns for IMG Academy in Bradenton in 2016, helping lead the Ascenders to a perfect 11-0 record…named to the 2016 All-USA Today Florida first team…chose Florida State over offers from Oregon, Auburn, Florida, and Miami, among others.

Hamsah Nasirildeen, 6-4, 210, DB, Concord, NC - PERSONAL: Consensus four-star prospect and No. 1 recruit in North Carolina who played in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl…versatile prospect who can play safety, linebacker, tight end or wide receiver…rated the nation's eighth-best safety and No. 63 overall prospect by Rivals…ranked the sixth-best outside linebacker and No. 96 recruit in the nation by 247Sports…didn't start playing defense until his junior year…recorded 108 tackles and three interceptions to go along with 45 catches for 751 yards and five touchdowns in his senior season…as a junior, had 85 tackles, five interceptions, two forced fumbles and seven pass break-ups, and 35 receptions for 634 yards playing receiver…received all-conference honors as a junior and a senior…a hard hitter, who often lined up at linebacker in high school, but also displayed elite coverage skills…ESPN said “he is blessed with ideal measurables and versatility”…was named 2016 Associated Press First Team All-State and captured 2016 All-USA North Carolina First Team honors…came away with four tackles in in the U.S. Army All-American Game, helping lead the East Team to victory…also a standout prep hoops player…committed to Florida State in January 2017…chose the Seminoles over South Carolina, Clemson, Michigan and Penn State among several others.

Ja'len Parks, 6-4, 304, DT, Newberry - PERSONAL: Consensus four-star prospect and consensus top-15 defensive tackle who starred in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, helping lead Team East to victory with two tackles…ranked the No. 9 defensive tackle and No. 141 overall player by the 247Sports Composite…rated the No. 5 defensive tackle and No. 96 overall by Rivals…listed as the No. 10 defensive tackle and No. 183 in the nation by Scout…rated the No. 14 defensive tackle and No. 172 by ESPN…racked up over 130 tackles, eight sacks and three forced fumbles in prep career…had 47 total tackles, including 32 solo stops and 14 TFLs, four sacks, one blocked field goal and two forced fumbles as a senior…grabbed Florida Class 1A All-State First Team honors in 2016 while helping lead Newberry to an 8-2 record and an appearance in the Class 1A regional semifinals…paired with fellow Seminole signee, defensive tackle Cory Durden, to form one of the most talented defensive line duos in the nation while at Newberry…committed to the Seminoles in July of 2014… chose Florida State over Florida, Alabama, and Georgia, among several others.

Stanford Samuels, 6-2, 170, DB, Pembroke Pines - High School: Consensus top five cornerback prospect in the nation… rated a five star, No. 10 nationally and No. 2 cornerback by Scout…ranks No. 37 overall and No. 5 corner by 247, No. 42 overall and No. 5 cornerback by Rivals, , and No. 31 on the ESPN300…invited to the Under Armour All-American Game and The Opening…the 2016 All-Broward Defensive Player of the Year from the Sun-Sentinel… named to the 2016 All-USA Today Florida first team…a Seminole legacy, his father, Stanford Samuels Jr., played at FSU from 1999-2003 and coaches at Flanagan…led Flanagan to a state championship as a junior in 2015, sealing the victory with a pick-six…chose Florida State over offers from Alabama, Michigan, and Georgia, among others.

Brady Scott, 6-6, 285, OL, Powder Springs, GA - PERSONAL: One of the top all-around athletes among prep football recruits in the country, having also garnered a three-star ranking for his talents in baseball…the consensus three-star football recruit ranked among the nation's top 100 offensive tackle prospects as part of the 247Sports Composite…rated as one of Georgia's Top 100 prospects and among the Top 15 offensive linemen in the Peach State…played his first two years at Hillgrove High School, before starring at Mount Paran Christian School for his junior and senior seasons, leading the Eagles to a 10-2 record and the quarterfinals of the Class A private school playoffs in 2016…nabbed Georgia Sportswriters Class A First Team All-State honors on the offensive line and All-Region 6-1A South accolades as a tight end in 2016…excelled at tackle and guard in high school, but also stood out as a tight end and defensive end for Mount Paran…named to the 2015 Marietta Daily Journal Dynamite Dozen…offered a scholarship at the Jimbo Fisher Camp in July 2016 and committed to the Seminoles that October…chose FSU over offers from Mississippi State, Georgia Tech and Wake Forest, as well as a baseball scholarship from South Carolina.

Tamorrion Terry, 6-4, 208, WR, Ashburn, GA - PERSONAL: Tabbed a four-star recruit by ESPN, 247Sports and Scout after starring at Turner County High School…collected three stars from Rivals…rated the No. 21 recruit in Georgia and the No. 32 wide receiver by 247Sports…ranked the No. 36 player in Georgia and No. 43 wide receiver by ESPN…rated the fourth-best wide receiver in Georgia by Scout…named to the Atlanta Journal Constitution Class A public All-State First Team in 2015 and 2016 and First Team All-State by the Associated Press in 2015…also selected Georgia Sports Writers Association All-State Second Team 2015…named In the Game Magazine Turner County Offensive Player of the Year and Region 2-A Player of the Year in 2016…is a big bodied receiver that can outmuscle defenders…ESPN said “he attacks the ball at its highest point and will extend in a crowd”…finished 2016 with 40 receptions for 1,187 yards and 19 touchdowns…helped lead Turner County to an 8-4 record and its first playoff win since 2008…committed to Florida State in January 2017…high school teammate of fellow 2017 signee Ontaria Wilson…chose the Seminoles over offers from Florida, Georgia, Auburn and Ole Miss among others.

Adonis Thomas, 6-3, 228, LB, Atlanta, GA - High School: No. 24 JUCO player and No. 2 inside linebacker in the nation according to the 247Sports Composite…ranked No. 43 on the ESPN JC50, ranking the nation’s top junior college players…for Northwest Mississippi Community College in 2016, recorded 73 tackles, 11.5 tackles for loss, six sacks and one interception…coming out of high school, ranked No. 170 overall in the 247Sports Composite…will enter Florida State as a redshirt sophomore after choosing Alabama over FSU coming out of Central Gwinnett High in 2015…was selected to the SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll with the Crimson Tide…selected to play in the 2015 Under Armour All-American Game…chose Florida State over offers from Kentucky and Ole Miss, among others.

Leonard Warner, 6-4, 230, LB, Snellville, GA - PERSONAL: Consensus four-star linebacker out of Snellville, Ga….rated the nation's No. 2 inside linebacker recruit by ESPN, No. 5 by Rivals and No. 7 by 247Sports…ranked among the nation's Top 200 prospects by the 247Sports Composite rankings, Rivals, Scout and ESPN…ranked the No. 16 player in Georgia by ESPN, No. 17 in the 247Sports Composite and No. 20 by Rivals…led Brookwood to an 8-4 record and an appearance in the second round of the Class AAAAAAA state playoffs in 2016…finished with 125 tackles and two interceptions while snagging Gwinnett Daily Post All-County First Team and Class AAAAAAA First Team All-State honors…had 110 tackles as a junior to also grab all-county accolades…participated in Nike's The Opening, where his SPARQ rating ranked as the fifth-best among linebackers…chose Florida State over Georgia, Stanford and Georgia Tech among several other offers.

Zaquandre White, 6-0, 210, RB, North Fort Myers - PERSONAL: A consensus four-star and the top running back recruit in Florida…rated the nation's No. 7 running back recruit, the No. 26 player in Florida and the No. 141 overall prospect by the 247Sports Composite…also ranked among the nation's Top 150 players and Top 15 running backs by ESPN and Scout…ranked the No. 15 running back and No. 39 prospect in Florida by Rivals…ranked No. 1 on the News-Press and Naples Daily News' Big 15 list…scored four touchdowns and was the North MVP in December's Rotary South All-Star Classic in Fort Myers…participated in Nike's The Opening in 2016, recording a 4.51 40-yard dash time…also ran track at North Fort Myers…rushed for over 1,500 yards and scored 14 touchdowns in two years despite playing only 14 games…had five-game stretch where he rushed for an incredible 956 yards, including a 372-yard, five-touchdown game against Cape Coral…played under former NFL running back Earnest Graham at North Fort Myers High School…initially committed to Florida State in February 2015…chose Florida State over offers from Louisville, Miami, and Tennessee, among others.

Marvin Wilson, 6-5, 329, DT, Houston, TX - PERSONAL: Consensus five-star and the nation's No. 1 defensive tackle prospect as well as the top recruit in talent-rich Texas…helped lead Team Armour to a 24-21 victory in the Under Armour All-American Game…racked up 71 tackles for loss and 42 sacks in his high school career…registered 19 TFL and 9 sacks as a senior at Episcopal…rated the No. 1 overall player in the Houston Chronicle Hot 100…ranked the No. 1 DT and No. 2 overall player in the nation by Rivals…rated the No. 4 overall player in the ESPN300 and the No. 10 player in the country by Scout…the No. 6 overall prospect according to the 247Sports Composite…member of the All-USA Today first team defense…Nike says “Wilson has prototypical size, excellent strength and sneaky athleticism” and “he dominates his current level of competition and has the potential to duplicate that production at the next level”…Rivals Challenge and Nike's The Opening participant…chose FSU on National Signing Day over LSU, Ohio State, Oklahoma and Alabama, among several scholarship offers.

Ontaria Wilson, 6-0, 175, DB, Ashburn, GA - PERSONAL: Consensus three-star cornerback who scored an impressive seven non-offensive touchdowns at Turner County High School as a senior…collected Class A Public All-State First Team honors from the Atlanta Journal Constitution and Second Team accolades from the Georgia Sports Writers Association…named In the Game Magazine Turner County Defensive Player of the Year…listed as a Region 2-A Defensive Player of the Year and Region 2-A All-Region First Team honoree as a wide receiver…snagged Region 2-A All-Academic Team mention…standout in all three phases at Turner County, starring at cornerback, wide receiver and as a kick returner…had four interceptions, including three he returned for a touchdown, and finished with 648 yards and six scores receiving…added three punt return touchdowns and one kickoff return score…had a 103-yard pick six return to spark Turner County to a 41-6 victory in first round of the Georgia High School Association Class A public school playoffs…Turner County finished 8-4 and won its first playoff game since 2008… committed to FSU in January…chose the Seminoles after receiving interest from several SEC schools such as Ole Miss, Auburn and Georgia.


2017 Roster - By Name

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R No Name                  Pos     Hgt   Wgt  Cl   Ltr  Hometown (Prior School)
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  63 Tanner Adkison        LS      5-10  190  Fr-R      Tallahassee (Godby)
  23 Ricky Aguayo          K       6-2   196  So   *    Mascotte (IMG Academies)
  94 Walvenski Aime        DT      6-5   300  Jr   *    Boynton Beach (Olympic Heights/Fort Scott CC)
   3 Cam Akers             RB      5-11  213  Fr        Clinton, MS (Clinton)
  29 Nate Andrews          DB      6-0   214  Sr-R ***  Fairhope, AL (Fairhope)
  72 Mike Arnold           OL      6-4   339  Fr-R      Winter Haven (Winter Haven)
  79 Josh Ball             OL      6-8   287  Fr-R      Fredricksburg, VA (Stafford)
  36 Brandon Barrett       LB      6-1   230  So-R      Jupiter (Oxbridge Academy)
  35 Michael Barulich      DB      5-11  195  So-R      Orlando (Lake Nona)
  15 Carlos Becker         DB      6-2   183  So   *    Kissimmee (Osceola)
  75 Abdul Bello           OL      6-6   312  So-R      Warri, Nigeria (Montverde Academy)
   1 James Blackman        QB      6-5   185  Fr        Belle Glade (Glades Central)
  60 Andrew Boselli        OL      6-4   303  Fr-R      Jacksonville (Episcopal)
  10 Calvin Brewton        DB      6-0   186  Jr   **   Miami (Miami Central)
  26 DeCalon Brooks        LB      5-10  195  Fr        Tampa (Gaither)
  51 Josh Brown            LB      6-3   216  So   *    Charlotte, NC (Mallard Creek)
  40 Ken Burnham           LS      6-0   203  Jr-R      Lithia (Newsome)
  99 Brian Burns           DE      6-5   218  So   *    Fort Lauderdale (American Heritage)
  11 George Campbell       WR      6-4   207  So-R *    Clearwater (East Lake)
  90 Demarcus Christmas    DT      6-4   308  Jr-R **   Sarasota (Manatee)
  16 J.J. Cosentino        QB      6-5   230  Jr-R **   Lower Burrell, PA (Central Catholic)
  32 Array Culmer          DB      5-7   158  Jr-R      Jacksonville (Lee)
  13 Lawrence Dawsey       DB      5-11  165  Fr-R      Tampa (Hillsborough)
  69 Landon Dickerson      OL      6-5   310  So   *    Hickory, NC (South Caldwell)
  31 Kris Dixon            DE      6-1   217  So-R      Tallahassee (Godby)
  43 Jake Duff             RB      6-0   184  So-R      North Fort Myers (North Fort Myers)
  92 Cory Durden           DT      6-5   320  Fr        Newberry (Newberry)
  54 Alec Eberle           OL      6-4   294  Jr-R **   Mechanicsville, VA (Atlee)
  24 Cyrus Fagan           DB      6-2   180  Fr        Daytona Beach (Mainland)
  84 Tristan Fineman       WR      6-4   203  So        Jacksonville (Atlantic Coast)
  12 Deondre Francois      QB      6-2   205  So-R *    Orlando (IMG Academies)
  62 Ethan Frith           OL      6-7   316  Jr   *    Summit, MS (North Pike)
  47 Stephen Gabbard       LS      6-3   248  Sr   ***  Tallahassee (Godby)
  47 Joseph Garcia         LB      6-2   210  Fr-R      Miami (Belen Jesuit Prep)
  42 Richard Garzola       LB      5-11  220  Jr        Miami (Doral Academy)
  89 Keith Gavin           WR      6-3   225  So   *    Crawfordville (Wakulla)
   7 Ryan Green            RB      5-11  204  Sr-R ***  Saint Petersburg (Saint Petersburg Catholic)
  28 Gilbert Henric        WR      6-0   194  So-R      Miami (Columbus)
  10 Bailey Hockman        QB      6-2   187  Fr        Powder Springs, GA (McEachern)
  18 Ro'Derrick Hoskins    LB      6-2   240  Sr-R ***  Orlando (Evans)
  33 Kameron House         DB      5-10  185  Fr-R      Duluth, GA (Northview)
  48 Ben Hoyle             TE      6-4   215  Fr-R      Bradenton (Bradenton Southeast)
  81 Ryan Izzo             TE      6-5   245  Jr-R **   Highland Lakes, NJ (Pope John XXIII)
   5 Dontavious Jackson    LB      6-2   249  So   *    Houston, TX (Alief Elsik)
  87 Jared Jackson         WR      6-2   199  Sr-R **   Monticello (Aucilla Christian Academy)
  28 Malique Jackson       DB      6-0   170  Sr   ***  Jesup, GA (Wayne County)
   3 Derwin James          DB      6-3   211  So-R *    Haines City (Haines City)
  51 Baveon Johnson        OL      6-3   326  Fr-R      Lakeland (Lake Gibson)
  36 Eric Johnson          TE      6-5   225  Fr-R      Stuart (Martin County)
  55 Fredrick Jones        DT      6-3   298  Jr-R **   Miami (Miami Central)
  13 Joshua Kaindoh        DE      6-6   250  Fr        Baltimore, MD (IMG Academies)
  74 Derrick Kelly         OL      6-5   323  Jr-R **   Quincy (East Gadsden)
   4 Khalan Laborn         RB      5-11  199  Fr        Ocean Lakes, VA (Bishop Sullivan Catholic)
  83 Bryan LaCivita        WR      6-1   178  Sr-R ***  Gainesville (Saint Francis Catholic)
   7 Ermon Lane            DB      6-3   209  Sr   ***  Florida City (Homestead)
  98 Tre Lawson            DE      6-6   248  Fr        North Augusta, SC (North Augusta)
  76 Rick Leonard          OL      6-7   306  Sr   ***  Middletown, MD (Middletown)
  20 Bobby Lyons           WR      6-0   184  Jr-R      Orlando (Ocoee)
  80 Alex Marshall         TE      6-8   240  Fr        Andover, MA (Bridgton Academy)
  44 Chandler Marshall     LB      6-0   221  Fr        Panama City Beach (Arnold)
  20 Trey Marshall         DB      6-0   210  Sr   ***  Lake City (Columbia)
  30 Tommy Martin          P       5-11  184  Fr        Chesapeake, VA (Hickory)
  57 Corey Martinez        OL      6-4   298  Jr-R *    Tampa (Tampa Catholic)
  52 Jamario Mathis        LB      6-1   240  Sr-R      Thomasville, GA (Thomasville/Central Florida)
  29 D.J. Matthews         WR      5-10  160  Fr        Jacksonville (Trinity Christian Academy)
   4 Tarvarus McFadden     DB      6-2   198  Jr   **   Fort Lauderdale (American Heritage)
   6 Tre' McKitty          TE      6-4   235  Fr        Bradenton (IMG Academies)
  96 JT Mertz              DT      6-2   265  Jr        Savannah, GA (Savannah Christian)
  14 Kyle Meyers           DB      6-0   168  So   *    New Orleans, LA (Holy Cross)
  37 Blaik Middleton       RB      5-10  194  So-R      Hutchinson, KS (Hutchinson)
  70 Cole Minshew          OL      6-5   338  So-R *    Pridgen, GA (Coffee County)
  46 John Moschella        DB      5-9   190  Fr-R      West Palm Beach (Cardinal Newman)
  86 Justin Motlow         WR      5-11  183  Jr-R      Tampa (Tampa Catholic)
   8 Nyqwan Murray         WR      5-11  176  Jr   **   Orlando (Oak Ridge)
  35 Gabe Nabers           FB      6-3   144  So        Hahira, GA (Lowndes County)
  23 Hamsah Nasirildeen    DB      6-4   210  Fr        Concord, NC (Concord)
  91 Derrick Nnadi         DT      6-1   312  Sr   ***  Virginia Beach, VA (Ocean Lakes)
  53 Ja'len Parks          DT      6-4   304  Fr        Newberry (Newberry)
   9 Jacques Patrick       RB      6-2   231  Jr   **   Orlando (Timber Creek)
  23 Herbans Paul          DB      6-2   191  Sr-R      Immokalee (Immokalee)
  53 Joshua Peters         OL      6-3   274  Jr-R *    Orlando (First Academy)
   5 Da'Vante Phillips     WR      6-1   206  Jr   **   Miami (Miami Central)
  33 Colton Plante         FB      6-2   236  Jr   **   Windermere (First Academy)
  38 Izaiah Prouse-Lackey  DB      5-9   177  Jr-R      Atlanta, GA (Riverwood)
  16 Jacob Pugh            LB      6-4   229  Sr   ***  Dade City (Godby)
  45 Delvin Purifoy        LB      6-2   246  Jr-R      Cantonment (Pensacola Catholic)
  22 Amir Rasul            RB      5-10  196  So   *    Miami (Coral Gables)
  56 Emmett Rice           LB      6-2   203  So   *    Miami Gardens (Norland)
  14 Jake Rizzo            QB      6-0   193  Fr-R      Fort Lauderdale (Saint Thomas Aquinas)
  52 David Robbins         OL      6-4   324  So-R      Glenelg, MD (Glenelg)
  11 Janarius Robinson     DE      6-5   249  Fr-R      Panama City (Bay)
  71 Brock Ruble           OL      6-8   319  Jr-R **   Charlotte Hall, MD (DeMatha Catholic)
   8 Stanford Samuels      DB      6-2   170  Fr        Pembroke Pines (Flanagan)
  88 Mavin Saunders        TE      6-5   257  Jr-R **   Bimini, Bahamas (The Kinkaid School)
  26 Joseph Schergen       DB      5-9   170  Fr-R      Loxahatchee (Seminole Ridge)
  59 Brady Scott           OL      6-6   285  Fr        Powder Springs, GA (Mount Paran Christian)
  14 Deonte Sheffield      RB      5-9   198  Fr        Destin (Niceville)
  97 Isaiah Smallwood      DE      6-3   216  Jr-R **   Dover (Strawberry Crest)
  93 Justin Smith          DT      6-3   265  Fr-R      Wewahitchka (Wewahitchka)
   9 Josh Sweat            DE      6-5   250  Jr   **   Chesapeake, VA (Oscar Smith)
  18 Auden Tate            WR      6-5   225  Jr   **   Irmo, SC (Wharton)
  86 Darvin Taylor         DT      6-3   304  So-R      Chester, VA (Thomas Dale)
   1 Levonta Taylor        DB      5-9   169  So   *    Virginia Beach, VA (Ocean Lakes)
  15 Tamorrion Terry       WR      6-4   208  Fr        Ashburn, GA (Turner County)
  22 Adonis Thomas         LB      6-3   228  So-R      Atlanta, GA (Central Gwinnett/Northwest Mississippi CC)
   6 Matthew Thomas        LB      6-3   227  Sr-R **   Miami (Booker T. Washington)
  67 Adam Torres           DT      6-4   281  Jr-R      Lake Mary (Lake Mary)
  68 Greg Turnage          OL      6-3   283  So-R      Gainesville (Eastside)
  21 Logan Tyler           K-P     6-0   201  So   *    Nixa, MO (Nixa)
  82 Naseir Upshur         TE      6-2   249  So   *    Philadelphia, PA (Imhotep Institute Charter)
  26 Johnathan Vickers     RB      6-1   228  Jr-R **   Quincy (North Florida Christian)
  35 Leonard Warner        LB      6-4   230  Fr        Snellville, GA (Brookwood)
  41 Zachary Weber         DB      6-0   190  Fr-R      Coral Springs (Coral Springs Charter)
  19 A.J. Westbrook        DB      6-0   186  Jr   **   Daytona Beach (Mainland)
  27 Zaquandre White       RB      6-0   210  Fr        North Fort Myers (North Fort Myers)
  30 Jalen Wilkerson       DE      6-4   273  So-R *    Douglas, GA (Coffee County)
  12 Arthur Williams       DT      6-4   327  Jr-R **   Waycross, GA (Smith)
  39 Claudio Williams      DE      6-0   260  So-R      Hialeah (Hialeah)
  73 Jauan Williams        OL      6-6   300  Fr-R      Cheltenham, MD (Archbishop Carroll)
  21 Marvin Wilson         DT      6-5   329  Fr        Houston, TX (Episcopal)
  27 Ontaria Wilson        DB      6-0   175  Fr        Ashburn, GA (Turner County)
  27 Tyriq Withers         WR      6-4   197  Fr-R      Jacksonville (Paxon)
  49 Cedric Wood           DT      6-3   321  Fr-R      Tallahassee (Godby)

2017 Roster - By Number

L
T                                                  PY
R No Name                  Pos     Hgt   Wgt  Cl   Ltr  Hometown (Prior School)
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1 James Blackman        QB      6-5   185  Fr        Belle Glade (Glades Central)
   1 Levonta Taylor        DB      5-9   169  So   *    Virginia Beach, VA (Ocean Lakes)
   3 Cam Akers             RB      5-11  213  Fr        Clinton, MS (Clinton)
   3 Derwin James          DB      6-3   211  So-R *    Haines City (Haines City)
   4 Khalan Laborn         RB      5-11  199  Fr        Ocean Lakes, VA (Bishop Sullivan Catholic)
   4 Tarvarus McFadden     DB      6-2   198  Jr   **   Fort Lauderdale (American Heritage)
   5 Dontavious Jackson    LB      6-2   249  So   *    Houston, TX (Alief Elsik)
   5 Da'Vante Phillips     WR      6-1   206  Jr   **   Miami (Miami Central)
   6 Tre' McKitty          TE      6-4   235  Fr        Bradenton (IMG Academies)
   6 Matthew Thomas        LB      6-3   227  Sr-R **   Miami (Booker T. Washington)
   7 Ryan Green            RB      5-11  204  Sr-R ***  Saint Petersburg (Saint Petersburg Catholic)
   7 Ermon Lane            DB      6-3   209  Sr   ***  Florida City (Homestead)
   8 Nyqwan Murray         WR      5-11  176  Jr   **   Orlando (Oak Ridge)
   8 Stanford Samuels      DB      6-2   170  Fr        Pembroke Pines (Flanagan)
   9 Jacques Patrick       RB      6-2   231  Jr   **   Orlando (Timber Creek)
   9 Josh Sweat            DE      6-5   250  Jr   **   Chesapeake, VA (Oscar Smith)
  10 Calvin Brewton        DB      6-0   186  Jr   **   Miami (Miami Central)
  10 Bailey Hockman        QB      6-2   187  Fr        Powder Springs, GA (McEachern)
  11 George Campbell       WR      6-4   207  So-R *    Clearwater (East Lake)
  11 Janarius Robinson     DE      6-5   249  Fr-R      Panama City (Bay)
  12 Deondre Francois      QB      6-2   205  So-R *    Orlando (IMG Academies)
  12 Arthur Williams       DT      6-4   327  Jr-R **   Waycross, GA (Smith)
  13 Lawrence Dawsey       DB      5-11  165  Fr-R      Tampa (Hillsborough)
  13 Joshua Kaindoh        DE      6-6   250  Fr        Baltimore, MD (IMG Academies)
  14 Kyle Meyers           DB      6-0   168  So   *    New Orleans, LA (Holy Cross)
  14 Jake Rizzo            QB      6-0   193  Fr-R      Fort Lauderdale (Saint Thomas Aquinas)
  14 Deonte Sheffield      RB      5-9   198  Fr        Destin (Niceville)
  15 Carlos Becker         DB      6-2   183  So   *    Kissimmee (Osceola)
  15 Tamorrion Terry       WR      6-4   208  Fr        Ashburn, GA (Turner County)
  16 J.J. Cosentino        QB      6-5   230  Jr-R **   Lower Burrell, PA (Central Catholic)
  16 Jacob Pugh            LB      6-4   229  Sr   ***  Dade City (Godby)
  18 Ro'Derrick Hoskins    LB      6-2   240  Sr-R ***  Orlando (Evans)
  18 Auden Tate            WR      6-5   225  Jr   **   Irmo, SC (Wharton)
  19 A.J. Westbrook        DB      6-0   186  Jr   **   Daytona Beach (Mainland)
  20 Bobby Lyons           WR      6-0   184  Jr-R      Orlando (Ocoee)
  20 Trey Marshall         DB      6-0   210  Sr   ***  Lake City (Columbia)
  21 Logan Tyler           K-P     6-0   201  So   *    Nixa, MO (Nixa)
  21 Marvin Wilson         DT      6-5   329  Fr        Houston, TX (Episcopal)
  22 Amir Rasul            RB      5-10  196  So   *    Miami (Coral Gables)
  22 Adonis Thomas         LB      6-3   228  So-R      Atlanta, GA (Central Gwinnett/Northwest Mississippi CC)
  23 Ricky Aguayo          K       6-2   196  So   *    Mascotte (IMG Academies)
  23 Hamsah Nasirildeen    DB      6-4   210  Fr        Concord, NC (Concord)
  23 Herbans Paul          DB      6-2   191  Sr-R      Immokalee (Immokalee)
  24 Cyrus Fagan           DB      6-2   180  Fr        Daytona Beach (Mainland)
  26 DeCalon Brooks        LB      5-10  195  Fr        Tampa (Gaither)
  26 Joseph Schergen       DB      5-9   170  Fr-R      Loxahatchee (Seminole Ridge)
  26 Johnathan Vickers     RB      6-1   228  Jr-R **   Quincy (North Florida Christian)
  27 Zaquandre White       RB      6-0   210  Fr        North Fort Myers (North Fort Myers)
  27 Ontaria Wilson        DB      6-0   175  Fr        Ashburn, GA (Turner County)
  27 Tyriq Withers         WR      6-4   197  Fr-R      Jacksonville (Paxon)
  28 Gilbert Henric        WR      6-0   194  So-R      Miami (Columbus)
  28 Malique Jackson       DB      6-0   170  Sr   ***  Jesup, GA (Wayne County)
  29 Nate Andrews          DB      6-0   214  Sr-R ***  Fairhope, AL (Fairhope)
  29 D.J. Matthews         WR      5-10  160  Fr        Jacksonville (Trinity Christian Academy)
  30 Tommy Martin          P       5-11  184  Fr        Chesapeake, VA (Hickory)
  30 Jalen Wilkerson       DE      6-4   273  So-R *    Douglas, GA (Coffee County)
  31 Kris Dixon            DE      6-1   217  So-R      Tallahassee (Godby)
  32 Array Culmer          DB      5-7   158  Jr-R      Jacksonville (Lee)
  33 Kameron House         DB      5-10  185  Fr-R      Duluth, GA (Northview)
  33 Colton Plante         FB      6-2   236  Jr   **   Windermere (First Academy)
  35 Michael Barulich      DB      5-11  195  So-R      Orlando (Lake Nona)
  35 Gabe Nabers           FB      6-3   144  So        Hahira, GA (Lowndes County)
  35 Leonard Warner        LB      6-4   230  Fr        Snellville, GA (Brookwood)
  36 Brandon Barrett       LB      6-1   230  So-R      Jupiter (Oxbridge Academy)
  36 Eric Johnson          TE      6-5   225  Fr-R      Stuart (Martin County)
  37 Blaik Middleton       RB      5-10  194  So-R      Hutchinson, KS (Hutchinson)
  38 Izaiah Prouse-Lackey  DB      5-9   177  Jr-R      Atlanta, GA (Riverwood)
  39 Claudio Williams      DE      6-0   260  So-R      Hialeah (Hialeah)
  40 Ken Burnham           LS      6-0   203  Jr-R      Lithia (Newsome)
  41 Zachary Weber         DB      6-0   190  Fr-R      Coral Springs (Coral Springs Charter)
  42 Richard Garzola       LB      5-11  220  Jr        Miami (Doral Academy)
  43 Jake Duff             RB      6-0   184  So-R      North Fort Myers (North Fort Myers)
  44 Chandler Marshall     LB      6-0   221  Fr        Panama City Beach (Arnold)
  45 Delvin Purifoy        LB      6-2   246  Jr-R      Cantonment (Pensacola Catholic)
  46 John Moschella        DB      5-9   190  Fr-R      West Palm Beach (Cardinal Newman)
  47 Stephen Gabbard       LS      6-3   248  Sr   ***  Tallahassee (Godby)
  47 Joseph Garcia         LB      6-2   210  Fr-R      Miami (Belen Jesuit Prep)
  48 Ben Hoyle             TE      6-4   215  Fr-R      Bradenton (Bradenton Southeast)
  49 Cedric Wood           DT      6-3   321  Fr-R      Tallahassee (Godby)
  51 Josh Brown            LB      6-3   216  So   *    Charlotte, NC (Mallard Creek)
  51 Baveon Johnson        OL      6-3   326  Fr-R      Lakeland (Lake Gibson)
  52 Jamario Mathis        LB      6-1   240  Sr-R      Thomasville, GA (Thomasville/Central Florida)
  52 David Robbins         OL      6-4   324  So-R      Glenelg, MD (Glenelg)
  53 Ja'len Parks          DT      6-4   304  Fr        Newberry (Newberry)
  53 Joshua Peters         OL      6-3   274  Jr-R *    Orlando (First Academy)
  54 Alec Eberle           OL      6-4   294  Jr-R **   Mechanicsville, VA (Atlee)
  55 Fredrick Jones        DT      6-3   298  Jr-R **   Miami (Miami Central)
  56 Emmett Rice           LB      6-2   203  So   *    Miami Gardens (Norland)
  57 Corey Martinez        OL      6-4   298  Jr-R *    Tampa (Tampa Catholic)
  59 Brady Scott           OL      6-6   285  Fr        Powder Springs, GA (Mount Paran Christian)
  60 Andrew Boselli        OL      6-4   303  Fr-R      Jacksonville (Episcopal)
  62 Ethan Frith           OL      6-7   316  Jr   *    Summit, MS (North Pike)
  63 Tanner Adkison        LS      5-10  190  Fr-R      Tallahassee (Godby)
  67 Adam Torres           DT      6-4   281  Jr-R      Lake Mary (Lake Mary)
  68 Greg Turnage          OL      6-3   283  So-R      Gainesville (Eastside)
  69 Landon Dickerson      OL      6-5   310  So   *    Hickory, NC (South Caldwell)
  70 Cole Minshew          OL      6-5   338  So-R *    Pridgen, GA (Coffee County)
  71 Brock Ruble           OL      6-8   319  Jr-R **   Charlotte Hall, MD (DeMatha Catholic)
  72 Mike Arnold           OL      6-4   339  Fr-R      Winter Haven (Winter Haven)
  73 Jauan Williams        OL      6-6   300  Fr-R      Cheltenham, MD (Archbishop Carroll)
  74 Derrick Kelly         OL      6-5   323  Jr-R **   Quincy (East Gadsden)
  75 Abdul Bello           OL      6-6   312  So-R      Warri, Nigeria (Montverde Academy)
  76 Rick Leonard          OL      6-7   306  Sr   ***  Middletown, MD (Middletown)
  79 Josh Ball             OL      6-8   287  Fr-R      Fredricksburg, VA (Stafford)
  80 Alex Marshall         TE      6-8   240  Fr        Andover, MA (Bridgton Academy)
  81 Ryan Izzo             TE      6-5   245  Jr-R **   Highland Lakes, NJ (Pope John XXIII)
  82 Naseir Upshur         TE      6-2   249  So   *    Philadelphia, PA (Imhotep Institute Charter)
  83 Bryan LaCivita        WR      6-1   178  Sr-R ***  Gainesville (Saint Francis Catholic)
  84 Tristan Fineman       WR      6-4   203  So        Jacksonville (Atlantic Coast)
  86 Justin Motlow         WR      5-11  183  Jr-R      Tampa (Tampa Catholic)
  86 Darvin Taylor         DT      6-3   304  So-R      Chester, VA (Thomas Dale)
  87 Jared Jackson         WR      6-2   199  Sr-R **   Monticello (Aucilla Christian Academy)
  88 Mavin Saunders        TE      6-5   257  Jr-R **   Bimini, Bahamas (The Kinkaid School)
  89 Keith Gavin           WR      6-3   225  So   *    Crawfordville (Wakulla)
  90 Demarcus Christmas    DT      6-4   308  Jr-R **   Sarasota (Manatee)
  91 Derrick Nnadi         DT      6-1   312  Sr   ***  Virginia Beach, VA (Ocean Lakes)
  92 Cory Durden           DT      6-5   320  Fr        Newberry (Newberry)
  93 Justin Smith          DT      6-3   265  Fr-R      Wewahitchka (Wewahitchka)
  94 Walvenski Aime        DT      6-5   300  Jr   *    Boynton Beach (Olympic Heights/Fort Scott CC)
  96 JT Mertz              DT      6-2   265  Jr        Savannah, GA (Savannah Christian)
  97 Isaiah Smallwood      DE      6-3   216  Jr-R **   Dover (Strawberry Crest)
  98 Tre Lawson            DE      6-6   248  Fr        North Augusta, SC (North Augusta)
  99 Brian Burns           DE      6-5   218  So   *    Fort Lauderdale (American Heritage)

12/31/2016 - Dalvin Cook declared for the NFL draft
1/10/2017 - Roderick Johnson declared for the NFL draft
1/12/2017 - Travis Rudolph declared for the NFL draft
9/3/2017 - Deondre Francois is out for the remainder of the season after suffering a patella tendon injury in his left knee toward the end of the Alabama game.

2017 Noles in the Pros

Name                     No      Pos                Team
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Kelvin Benjamin          13      WR                 Carolina Panthers
Nigel Bradham            53      LB                 Philadelphia Eagles
Terrence Brooks          23      DB                 New York Jets
Tank Carradine           95      DL                 San Francisco 49ers
Dalvin Cook              33      RB                 Minnesota Vikings
Ronald Darby             41      CB                 Philadelphia Eagles
Mario Edwards            97      DE                 Oakland Raiders
Ukeme Eligwe             45      LB                 Kansas City Chiefs
Javien Elliott           35      CB                 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Cameron Erving           75      OL                 Kansas City Chiefs
Devonta Freeman          24      RB                 Atlanta Falcons
Graham Gano               9      K                  Carolina Panthers
Eddie Goldman            91      NT                 Chicago Bears
Bobby Hart               68      G                  New York Giants
Dustin Hopkins            3      K                  Washington Redskins
Rodney Hudson            61      C                  Oakland Raiders
Sebastian Janikowski     11      K                  Oakland Raiders
Timmy Jernigan           93      DT                 Philadelphia Eagles
Roderick Johnson         78      OL                 Cleveland Browns
Christian Jones          52      ILB                Chicago Bears
Lamarcus Joyner          20      CB                 Los Angeles Rams
E.J. Manuel               3      QB                 Oakland Raiders
Nick O'Leary             84      TE                 Buffalo Bills
Jalen Ramsey             20      CB                 Jacksonville Jaguars
Xavier Rhodes            29      CB                 Minnesota Vikings
Patrick Robinson         21      CB                 Philadelphia Eagles
Travis Rudolph           19      WR                 New York Giants
Garrison Sanborn         65      LS                 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Telvin Smith             50      LB                 Jacksonville Jaguars
Terrance Smith           48      LB                 Kansas City Chiefs
Chris Thompson           25      RB                 Washington Redskins
Lawrence Timmons         94      LB                 Miami Dolphins
Will Tye                 82      TE                 New York Jets
DeMarcus Walker          57      DE                 Denver Broncos
Dekoda Watson            97      LB                 San Francisco 49ers
Menelik Watson           75      T                  Denver Broncos
Marquez White            39      CB                 Dallas Cowboys
Kermit Whitfield         17      WR                 Cincinnati Bengals
P.J. Williams            26      CB                 New Orleans Saints
Vince Williams           98      LB                 Pittsburgh Steelers
Jesus Wilson             85      WR                 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Jameis Winston            3      QB                 Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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2017 Schedule and Results

         
GAME DAY
 
         
FSU
OPP
OPP EOY
DATE
REF
LOC
OPPONENT
SCORE
AP
USA
AP
USA
AP
USA
REC
09/02
Ref
N
ALABAMA
Atlanta, Ga
L 7-24
3
3
1
1
1
1
 
09/23
 
H
NORTH CAROLINA STATE  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
09/30
 
A
WAKE FOREST  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
10/07
 
H
MIAMI  
 
 
 
 
17
15
 
10/14
 
A
DUKE  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
10/21
 
H
LOUISVILLE  
 
 
 
 
14
14
 
10/27
 
A
BOSTON COLLEGE  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
11/04
 
H
SYRACUSE  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
11/11
 
A
CLEMSON  
 
 
 
 
3
2
 
11/18
 
H
DELAWARE STATE  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
11/25
 
A
FLORIDA  
 
 
 
 
24
25
 
                Overall   Home    Away   Neutral
------------------------------------------------
FSU RECORD IS    0- 1     0-0     0-0     0-1
AGAINST TOP 25   0- 1     0-0     0-0     0-1

CURRENT  AP - 11
CURRENT USA - 10


2017 - 100 Yard Rushing Club

Name Date Opponent Att Yds Avg TDs ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ None

2017 - 100 Yard Receiving Club

Name Date Opponent Rec Yds Avg TDs ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ None

2017 - 300 Yard Passing Club

Name Date Opponent Att Cmp Yds Int Avg TDs --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- None

2017 EOY Stats

 1st2nd3rd4th Total
Florida State
0
Opponents
0
Overall Individual Statistics

RUSHING              G  Att Gain  Loss  Net   Avg  TD Long  Avg/G
-----------------------------------------------------------------

Opponents.....      11                    0                   0.0


PASSING              G   Effic Att-Cmp-Int   Pct  Yds  TD Long  Avg/G
---------------------------------------------------------------------
Deondre Francois                                        1     

Opponents.....      11                                        

RECEIVING            G  No   Yds   Avg  TD Long  Avg/G
------------------------------------------------------
Auden Tate                               1     

Opponents.....      11                             0.0


PUNT RETURNS         No  Yds   Avg TD Long
------------------------------------------



INTERCEPTIONS        No  Yds   Avg TD Long
------------------------------------------



KICK RETURNS         No  Yds   Avg TD Long
------------------------------------------



                                            Fum
FUMBLE RETURNS       No  Yds   Avg TD Long  For
-----------------------------------------------



                               |-------- PATs --------|
Name                 TD   FGs    Kick   Rush  Rcv Pass  DXP Saf Points
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Auden Tate            1   0-0     0-0    0-0   0   0-0   0   0     6
Ricky Aguayo          0   0-1     1-1    0-0   0   0-0   0   0     1
====================================================================
FSU                   1   0-1     1-1    0-0   0   0-0   0   0     7
Opponent              2   3-5     1-1    0-0   1   1-1   0   0    24
Touchdowns
R
C
P
I
FR
PR
KR
L
FK
Auden Tate
.
1
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
Deondre Francois
.
.
1
.
.
.
.
.
.
Total
.
1
1
.
.
.
.
.
.
Opponents
1
1
1
.
.
.
.
.
.
R = Rushing
C = Catch
P = Pass
I = Interception
FR = Fumble Recovery/Return
PR = Punt Return/Blocked Punt
KR = Kickoff Return
L = Lateral
FK = Free Kick Return


TOTAL OFFENSE        G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G
--------------------------------------------------

Opponent......      11    0     0    0     0   0.0


FIELD GOALS         FGM-FGA  Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg
-----------------------------------------------------------------
Ricky Aguayo          0- 1  .000  0- 0  0- 0  0- 1  0- 0  0- 0  0
FG SEQUENCE Ricky Aguayo
ALABAMA
37
NORTH CAROLINA STATE
None
WAKE FOREST
None
MIAMI
None
DUKE
None
LOUISVILLE
None
BOSTON COLLEGE
None
SYRACUSE
None
CLEMSON
None
DELAWARE STATE
None
FLORIDA
None
() For made field goals


ALL PURPOSE          G Rush   Rec   PR   KR   IR   FR  Tot Avg/G
----------------------------------------------------------------

Opponent......      11    0     0    0    0    0    0    0   0.0




Game Participation
##  Player                       GP-GS  UAl     NCS     WF      UM      DU      UL      BC      SU      CU      DSU     UF      
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
63  Tanner Adkison                0- 0                                                                                   
23  Ricky Aguayo                  1- 0  xx                                                                               
94  Walvenski Aime                1- 0  xx                                                                               
 3  Cam Akers                     1- 0  xx                                                                               
29  Nate Andrews                  0- 0                                                                                   
72  Mike Arnold                   0- 0                                                                                   
79  Josh Ball                     1- 0  xx                                                                               
36  Brandon Barrett               1- 0  xx                                                                               
35  Michael Barulich              0- 0                                                                                   
15  Carlos Becker                 0- 0                                                                                   
75  Abdul Bello                   0- 0                                                                                   
 1  James Blackman                1- 0  xx                                                                               
60  Andrew Boselli                0- 0                                                                                   
10  Calvin Brewton                1- 0  xx                                                                               
26  DeCalon Brooks                0- 0                                                                                   
51  Josh Brown                    1- 0  xx                                                                               
40  Ken Burnham                   0- 0                                                                                   
99  Brian Burns                   1- 1  D-DE                                                                             
11  George Campbell               1- 0  xx                                                                               
90  Demarcus Christmas            1- 1  D-DT                                                                             
16  J.J. Cosentino                1- 0  xx                                                                               
32  Array Culmer                  0- 0                                                                                   
13  Lawrence Dawsey               0- 0                                                                                   
69  Landon Dickerson              1- 1  O-LG                                                                             
31  Kris Dixon                    0- 0                                                                                   
43  Jake Duff                     0- 0                                                                                   
92  Cory Durden                   0- 0                                                                                   
54  Alec Eberle                   1- 1  O-C                                                                              
24  Cyrus Fagan                   0- 0                                                                                   
84  Tristan Fineman               0- 0                                                                                   
12  Deondre Francois              1- 1  O-QB                                                                             
62  Ethan Frith                   1- 0  xx                                                                               
47  Stephen Gabbard               1- 0  xx                                                                               
47  Joseph Garcia                 0- 0                                                                                   
42  Richard Garzola               0- 0                                                                                   
89  Keith Gavin                   1- 1  O-WR                                                                             
 7  Ryan Green                    0- 0                                                                                   
28  Gilbert Henric                0- 0                                                                                   
10  Bailey Hockman                0- 0                                                                                   
18  Ro'Derrick Hoskins            1- 1  D-MIKE                                                                           
33  Kameron House                 0- 0                                                                                   
48  Ben Hoyle                     0- 0                                                                                   
81  Ryan Izzo                     1- 1  O-TE                                                                             
 5  Dontavious Jackson            0- 0                                                                                   
87  Jared Jackson                 1- 0  xx                                                                               
28  Malique Jackson               0- 0                                                                                   
 3  Derwin James                  1- 1  D-FS                                                                             
51  Baveon Johnson                0- 0                                                                                   
36  Eric Johnson                  0- 0                                                                                   
55  Fredrick Jones                1- 0  xx                                                                               
13  Joshua Kaindoh                1- 0  xx                                                                               
74  Derrick Kelly                 1- 1  O-LT                                                                             
 4  Khalan Laborn                 0- 0                                                                                   
83  Bryan LaCivita                0- 0                                                                                   
 7  Ermon Lane                    1- 0  xx                                                                               
98  Tre Lawson                    0- 0                                                                                   
76  Rick Leonard                  1- 1  O-RT                                                                             
20  Bobby Lyons                   0- 0                                                                                   
80  Alex Marshall                 0- 0                                                                                   
44  Chandler Marshall             0- 0                                                                                   
20  Trey Marshall                 1- 0  xx                                                                               
30  Tommy Martin                  0- 0                                                                                   
57  Corey Martinez                0- 0                                                                                   
52  Jamario Mathis                0- 0                                                                                   
29  D.J. Matthews                 0- 0                                                                                   
 4  Tarvarus McFadden             1- 1  D-CB                                                                             
 6  Tre' McKitty                  0- 0                                                                                   
96  JT Mertz                      0- 0                                                                                   
14  Kyle Meyers                   1- 0  xx                                                                               
37  Blaik Middleton               0- 0                                                                                   
70  Cole Minshew                  1- 1  O-RG                                                                             
46  John Moschella                0- 0                                                                                   
86  Justin Motlow                 0- 0                                                                                   
 8  Nyqwan Murray                 1- 1  O-WR                                                                             
35  Gabe Nabers                   1- 0  xx                                                                               
23  Hamsah Nasirildeen            1- 0  xx                                                                               
91  Derrick Nnadi                 1- 1  D-NG                                                                             
53  Ja'len Parks                  0- 0                                                                                   
 9  Jacques Patrick               1- 1  O-TB                                                                             
23  Herbans Paul                  0- 0                                                                                   
53  Joshua Peters                 0- 0                                                                                   
 5  Da'Vante Phillips             0- 0                                                                                   
33  Colton Plante                 0- 0                                                                                   
38  Izaiah Prouse-Lackey          0- 0                                                                                   
16  Jacob Pugh                    1- 1  D-SAM                                                                            
45  Delvin Purifoy                0- 0                                                                                   
22  Amir Rasul                    0- 0                                                                                   
56  Emmett Rice                   1- 0  xx                                                                               
14  Jake Rizzo                    0- 0                                                                                   
52  David Robbins                 0- 0                                                                                   
11  Janarius Robinson             1- 0  xx                                                                               
71  Brock Ruble                   1- 0  xx                                                                               
 8  Stanford Samuels              1- 0  xx                                                                               
88  Mavin Saunders                1- 0  xx                                                                               
26  Joseph Schergen               0- 0                                                                                   
59  Brady Scott                   0- 0                                                                                   
14  Deonte Sheffield              0- 0                                                                                   
97  Isaiah Smallwood              0- 0                                                                                   
93  Justin Smith                  0- 0                                                                                   
 9  Josh Sweat                    1- 1  D-BUCK                                                                           
18  Auden Tate                    1- 1  O-WR                                                                             
86  Darvin Taylor                 0- 0                                                                                   
 1  Levonta Taylor                1- 1  D-CB                                                                             
15  Tamorrion Terry               0- 0                                                                                   
22  Adonis Thomas                 0- 0                                                                                   
 6  Matthew Thomas                1- 1  D-WLB                                                                            
67  Adam Torres                   0- 0                                                                                   
68  Greg Turnage                  0- 0                                                                                   
21  Logan Tyler                   1- 0  xx                                                                               
82  Naseir Upshur                 1- 0  xx                                                                               
26  Johnathan Vickers             1- 0  xx                                                                               
35  Leonard Warner                1- 0  xx                                                                               
41  Zachary Weber                 0- 0                                                                                   
19  A.J. Westbrook                1- 1  D-SS                                                                             
27  Zaquandre White               0- 0                                                                                   
30  Jalen Wilkerson               1- 0  xx                                                                               
12  Arthur Williams               1- 0  xx                                                                               
39  Claudio Williams              0- 0                                                                                   
73  Jauan Williams                0- 0                                                                                   
21  Marvin Wilson                 0- 0                                                                                   
27  Ontaria Wilson                0- 0                                                                                   
27  Tyriq Withers                 0- 0                                                                                   
49  Cedric Wood                   0- 0                                                                                   

ALABAMA 24, FLORIDA STATE 7

09/02/2017, Atlanta, Ga

From the FSU Website, seminoles.com.

No. 1 Bama Defeats No. 3 Noles, 24-7.

ATLANTA, GA – In the months leading up to Florida State’s season opener against No. 1 Alabama in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game, Jimbo Fisher insisted that the contest was just one of 12 on the schedule. That, win or lose, the Seminoles’ season wouldn’t be totally defined by one game.

After a 24-7 defeat in which No. 3 FSU played well in stretches but undermined its cause with a series of special-teams miscues and turnovers, the Seminoles will have a chance to prove their head coach right.

Just how difficult that task will be remains to be seen.

The Seminoles lost the game, and they also lost starting quarterback Deondre Francois to an apparent left knee injury late in the fourth quarter.

The redshirt sophomore went to the locker room on a cart while freshman James Blackman finished the game. Fisher didn’t have specifics on Francois’ injury during his postgame press conference, but did say, “Unfortunately, he’s hurt.”

“I don’t know (the severity) until we diagnose it and see,” Fisher said. “I’m not a doctor. … I don’t know. I’ve learned to wait until they see.”

If Francois is unavailable, Fisher said Blackman would “most likely” be his replacement.

The Seminoles, 0-1 for the first time since 2009, host ULM next week at 7 p.m.

“I saw (Francois) and I hugged him and told him I’m sorry he’s hurt,” Fisher said. “(I told him) we’ll get the diagnosis and I love him and we’ll figure out what we’ve got to do from here.”

“To look on back and see your quarterback on the ground holding his knee, that’s definitely something that’s frightening,” center Alec Eberle added. “But, at the same time, knowing Deondre, knowing he’s a tough guy, knowing he’s a perseverant guy, I think he’s going to be OK.”

While most pundits agreed that a loss to Alabama wouldn’t permanently damage FSU’s College Football Playoff hopes, losing Francois would be a difficult hurdle for the Seminoles to overcome.

He was expected to be one of the top quarterbacks in the ACC, if not the nation, and he’s by far the most experienced quarterback on FSU’s roster.

On Saturday, Francois threw for 210 yards and a 3-yard touchdown pass to Auden Tate that gave the Seminoles a 7-3 lead and had the FSU contingent at Mercedes-Benz Stadium feeling good.

That feeling was short-lived.

On Alabama’s ensuing drive, quarterback Jalen Hurts connected with Calvin Ridley for a 53-yard score that put the Tide back on top for good.

It was the first of 21 unanswered points for Alabama.

“They caught us one time on the safety rotation,” Fisher said. “They got a guy in the middle of the field and made a great play, but other than that our defense did a really nice job.”

Indeed, in Derwin James’ return after nearly a year away, FSU did an admirable job keeping Hurts, Ridley and star running back Bo Scarbrough mostly in check.

The Crimson Tide finished with just 269 yards of offense and 4.9 yards per play – slightly above FSU’s 250 and 4.2 – and Hurts mustered only 96 yards through the air.

FSU, however, did itself no favors by committing a series of special-teams miscues that tilted the field in Alabama’s favor.

It started with a blocked field goal at the end of the second quarter that robbed FSU of a chance to tie the game at halftime.

It continued with a blocked punt that led to a field goal. And a fumbled kickoff return that led to a game-breaking touchdown.

And that’s to say nothing of short returns that led to poor field position. Or a miscommunication that caused Fisher to burn a timeout before a punt return. Or a 15-yard, personal-foul committed after a fair catch. “Very much,” Fisher said when asked if he was surprised at FSU’s special teams troubles. “Because we work exclusively – and we do over 30, 40, 45 minutes a day on special teams. We work it hard.”

Those self-inflicted wounds were even more painful because, for much of the first half, the Seminoles looked every bit Alabama’s equal.

And they had two great chances to tie or take the lead near the end of the first half – once when a poor Alabama punt gave FSU the ball at UA’s 31-yard line, and again moments later when the Seminoles’ hurry-up offense drove to the Tide’s 20 with under a minute to go.

The first drive ended in a punt, and the other in a blocked field goal.

“We played pretty well, but we didn’t finish when we needed to finish,” Eberle said. “We practiced too hard all summer, practiced too hard in camp, did too much to come out here, play a game, move the ball the whole game and then not finish the game.

“That’s what we did. We didn’t finish. Which was unacceptable.”

The final score belied an encouraging effort from Florida State’s defense. The Seminoles sacked Hurts twice, limited him to 3.7 yards on the ground and surrendered only one touchdown drive that started on their own side of the field.

And Charles Kelly’s unit kept FSU in the game by forcing a field-goal attempt after the Tide blocked a punt and took over at the Seminoles’ 6-yard line.

It might not have been much consolation after a loss, but it could still be something to build on.

“A couple times, Alabama had a chance to put it away, and we kept them to a two-score game,” Fisher said. “At 21-7, that’s only two plays away. You’re one or two drives (away). We just couldn’t make the plays.”

It took more than two years for the FSU-Alabama matchup to finally arrive, but only a few moments for the Seminoles to turn their attention beyond it.

FSU will meet ULM next week, followed by home games against conference foes Miami and North Carolina State.

As frustrating as this loss might have been – the Seminoles were most bothered by the fact that they didn’t give themselves their best chance to win – there’s little time to let it linger.

And even less if there’s a new face under center next week.

“We’ve got to show up Monday ready to practice,” James said. “It’s not just a one-game season. There are still more games to be played.”

  1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total
ALABAMA
3
7
11
3
24
FLORIDA STATE
0
7
0
0
7

1st   0- 0  Opp, 42, field goal failed, 10:57
      0- 3  Opp, 35, field goal, 4:30 
2nd   7- 3  Auden Tate, 3, pass from Deondre Francois (Ricky Aguayo, kick), 13:41
      7-10  Opp, 53, pass (kick), 11:28
      7-10  Ricky Aguayo, 37, field goal blocked by  Opp, 0:00 
3rd   7-13  Opp, 25, field goal, 1:54 
      7-21  Opp, 11, run (pass), 1:41 
4th   7-21  Opp, 41, field goal failed, 12:28
      7-24  Opp, 33, field goal, 6:25 


TEAM STATISTICS
FSU OPP First downs 15 13 Rushes-yards 27- 40 42-173 Passing 210 96 Att-Comp-Int 33-19-2 18-10-0 Total Yards 60-250 60-269 Punt Returns 0-0 1-19 Kickoff Returns 2-20 1-15 Interception Ret. 0-0 2-0 Fumble Returns 0-0 1-0 Punts 7-27.0 6-35.2 Sacks By-Yds 2-8 3-20 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 1-0 Penalties-Yds 4-30 5-30 3rd Down Conversions 4-13 3-16 4th Down Conversions 0-1 2-2 Time of Posession 27:13 32:47 Attendance 76,330 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing Cam Akers 10- 30 Jacques Patrick 6- 17 Keith Gavin 1- 6 George Campbell 1- -4 Deondre Francois 9- -9 Receiving Keith Gavin 8- 61 Auden Tate 2- 41 Ryan Izzo 2- 35 Nyqwan Murray 3- 29 George Campbell 1- 21 Jacques Patrick 2- 12 Cam Akers 1- 11 Passing Deondre Francois 33-19-2-210 Kickoff Return Keith Gavin 2- 20 Punting Logan Tyler 6- 189 Team 1- 0 |---------Tackles---------| |---Sacks---| |---Pass Def---| |-Fumbles-| Blkd DEFENSIVE STATISTICS UT AT Total ForLoss No - Yards Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick Saf ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Matthew Thomas 4 6 10 . . . . . . . . . Ro'Derrick Hoskins 1 8 9 . . . . . . . . . Derwin James 3 3 6 0.5- 0.0 0.5- 0.0 . . . . . . . Ermon Lane 3 3 6 . . . . . . . . . Derrick Nnadi . 6 6 . . . . . . . . . Tarvarus McFadden 2 3 5 . . . . . . . . . Josh Sweat 2 3 5 1.0- 7.0 1.0- 7.0 . . . . . . . Fredrick Jones 1 4 5 1.0- 3.0 0.5- 1.0 . . . . . . . Jacob Pugh 1 3 4 . . . . . . . . . Hamsah Nasirildeen 2 1 3 . . . . . . . . . Trey Marshall 2 1 3 1.0- 11.0 . . . . . . . . A.J. Westbrook 1 2 3 . . . 1 . . . . . Brian Burns 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . . Demarcus Christmas . 2 2 . . . . . . . . . Rick Leonard 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . Emmett Rice 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . Auden Tate 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . Levonta Taylor . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . Jalen Wilkerson . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . Joshua Kaindoh . 1 1 0.5- 1.0 . . . . . . . . Walvenski Aime . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . STARTERS
Pos  ##  OFFENSE
----------------------------------
WR    8  Nyqwan Murray
TB    9  Jacques Patrick
QB   12  Deondre Francois
WR   18  Auden Tate
C    54  Alec Eberle
LG   69  Landon Dickerson
RG   70  Cole Minshew
LT   74  Derrick Kelly
RT   76  Rick Leonard
TE   81  Ryan Izzo
WR   89  Keith Gavin
Pos  ##  DEFENSE
----------------------------------
CB    1  Levonta Taylor
FS    3  Derwin James
CB    4  Tarvarus McFadden
WLB   6  Matthew Thomas
BUCK  9  Josh Sweat
SAM  16  Jacob Pugh
MIKE 18  Ro'Derrick Hoskins
SS   19  A.J. Westbrook
DT   90  Demarcus Christmas
NG   91  Derrick Nnadi
DE   99  Brian Burns
PARTICIPANTS
##  NAME
-----------------------------
 1  James Blackman
 3  Cam Akers
 7  Ermon Lane
 8  Stanford Samuels
10  Calvin Brewton
11  Janarius Robinson
11  George Campbell
12  Arthur Williams
13  Joshua Kaindoh
14  Kyle Meyers
16  J.J. Cosentino
20  Trey Marshall
21  Logan Tyler
23  Hamsah Nasirildeen
23  Ricky Aguayo
26  Johnathan Vickers
##  NAME
-----------------------------
30  Jalen Wilkerson
35  Leonard Warner
35  Gabe Nabers
36  Brandon Barrett
47  Stephen Gabbard
51  Josh Brown
55  Fredrick Jones
56  Emmett Rice
62  Ethan Frith
71  Brock Ruble
79  Josh Ball
82  Naseir Upshur
87  Jared Jackson
88  Mavin Saunders
94  Walvenski Aime