First of all, these numbers are not official. They were culled the way most people covering a high school game would cull them —- walking the sidelines, then running through them after the game.
So is everything 100 percent exact? Probably not.
But it’s also better than nothing at all.
One guy who consistently looked good was Morgan Green, who averaged seven yards a carry. The most reliable wideout was Webb Dulin, who was an option in the slot throughout the day.
I’ll offer up Ralph Friedgen’s take in the next post, but he seemed pleased so many of these guys appeared to be enjoying themselves —- as well as with the encouragement just about the entire travel squad provided. I’d be remiss not to mention that some guys were, uh, into it perhaps more than others. That would include defensive tackle Jeremy Navarre, who already sounds the part of a coach.
Anyway, here’s some offensive stats to whet the appetite:
RUSHING: Morgan Green 11-77-TD, Rashad Henry 11-50, Jamarr Robinson 5-43-TD, Dan Bonato 7-17, Tony Logan 1-10, Emani Lee-Odai 1-(-2)
PASSING: Jamarr Robinson: 9-21-128-2 INT
RECEIVING: Webb Dulin 4-85, Quinton McCree 1-22, Taylor Watson 1-6, Dan Bonato 1-5, Tony Logan 1-2
A walk-on tight end who just joined the team in the last month (and whose name has not popped up on any rosters) also caught an 8-yard pass.