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jangalang
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PFF Top Performers LSU Edition

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OFFENSE: 73 snaps
(Min. 15 snaps played)
PLAYER LSU 22 GRADE SEASON 22 GRADE
RB Jarquez Hunter 72.7 70.1
TE John Samuel Shenker 67.0 68.1
C Brandon Council 64.6 60.6
RT Austin Troxell 63.8 64.6
WR Ja'Varrius Johnson 63.2 75.7

DEFENSE: 79 snaps
(Min. 15 snaps played)
PLAYER LSU 22 GRADE SEASON 22 GRADE
SS Donovan Kaufman 77.7 79.0
DT Jayson Jones 76.5 73.0
DE Eku Leota 73.9 81.3
DT Marcus Harris 71.0 74.5
CB Nehemiah Pritchett 69.2 69.2

ALSO OF NOTE:

• Robby Ashford graded at 46.8, which was lowest among all offensive players. He has not graded at or above 60.0 since his relief gig against Mercer. He has a season grade of 53.5.

• Ashford is not the lowest-rated starter in the country, but he's close. Ryan Hilinski from Northwestern (50.5 for the season) and Miles Kendrick of New Mexico (50.3) and Zion Turner from UConn (47.9) have lower season grades.

• WR Shedrick Jackson played just 15 snaps. That's his lowest total since the 2019 season. Also, he graded poorly.

• WR Camden Brown played a career-high 48 snaps. He graded poorly, but did snag his first career touchdown pass.

• RB Tank Bigsby graded at 57.9, which is his lowest grade since the LSU game last season.

• Alec Jackson graded at 60.6 while working 52 snaps at right guard.

• LB Owen Pappoe again was Auburn's lowest-graded defender. He earned a 52.2 grade while playing every snap of the game.

• DE Derick Hall graded at 55.2, which is his lowest grade since the game at Penn State last season.

• DE Marcus Bragg played 61 snaps Saturday — after getting 63 total snaps in the four games before this. (He was playing because Leota went out with an arm/shoulder injury.) Bragg graded at 62.8 on Saturday.

• Auburn, the entire team, graded at 66.7 overall. That's their third-best grade of the season ... behind wins over Mercer and San Jose State.

• Auburn received a 79.9 pass-block grade, which is much better than what we saw from the PSU game (40.1) and Mizzou game (62.7).


ALhunter
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• Auburn received a 79.9 pass-block grade, which is much better than what we saw from the PSU game (40.1) and Mizzou game (62.7).


I'm not super surprised by this. Much of the game they were rushing 3 with a spy so basically 5 guys to block 3... forcing Ashford to make throws.
This post was edited on 10/2 at 1:38 pm


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CorchJay
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So we still suck?

Defense is awesome tho only gave up 5 yards passing the second half and we lost. I’m joking


attalla
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I think DHall and Papeo are partly because they play every snap


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Poker Dough
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I've looked at this several times, run more calculations and yes, we do suck. Badly.


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CorchJay
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I’d never know how many snaps Pappoe plays because he never registers any production. Even last night as bad as Steiner looked on the missed tackle that went for a TD he had what 14-15 tackles in the game.

I’m all for giving Woodyard(if completely healthy) 20-25 snaps over the next 3 or 4 games but not burn his redshirt


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trinidadtiger
Member since Jun 2017
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Transfers sure seem to be in the top 5 on defense alot dont they? Look at this list 4 of the 5. And how many transfers do we have total on the defense?

The portal gentlemen, the portal, that is where we get an offensive line for next year.

This post was edited on 10/3 at 4:56 pm


jangalang
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And how many transfers do we have total on the defense?

10 on the top 2 depth chart if you count juco



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