FSU Sports Information provided the following statistics from the Seminoles’ first spring scrimmage of the year:
Clint Trickett – 10-of-20, 142 yards, 1 TD
Jacob Coker – 9-of-17, 97 yards
Jameis Winston – 11-of-18, 239 yards, 1 TD
Sean Maguire – 10-of-19, 214 yards, 1 TD
Dorsey Moore – 2-of-4, 31 yards
Rashad Greene – 6 catches, 144 yards, 2 TDs
Greg Dent – 6 catches, 95 yards
Willie Haulstead – 5 catches, 97 yards
Kenny Shaw – 3 catches, 56 yards
Kelvin Benjamin – 6 catches, 166 yards, 1 TD
Nick O’Leary – 2 catches, 14 yards
Christo Kourtzidis – 2 catches, 29 yards
Kevin Haplea – 2 catches, 7 yards
Telvin Smith – 12 tackles, 2 TFL
Ukeme Eligwe – 8 tackles
PJ Williams – 7 tackles
Terrence Brooks – 6 tackles
Reggie Northrup – 6 tackles, 1 TFL
Lamarcus Joyner – 5 tackles
Mario Edwards, Jr. – 5 tackles, 1.5 TFL
Christian Jones – 4 tackles, 1 TFL
- First of all, Telvin Smith is going to thrive in Jeremy Pruitt’s active defense. 12 tackles? Unbelievable.
- We have heard bits and pieces about PJ Williams and sure enough, he showed up nicely on the stat sheet. Our secondary is ridiculous this year.
- Rashad Greene is the truth. He really turned it on at the end of last season and it looks like he’s maintained that focus all the way through the spring.
- Greg Dent and Willie Haulsted emerging is fantastic news for FSU’s young quarterbacks. Finding a capable receiver on the field will not be difficult for the QBs. The WRs, as a group, are playing tremendous football.
- Jameis Winston’s numbers pop out a bit because his completion percentage was higher than the average and he threw for the most yards. It’s hard to know exactly what led to the high yardage number (a big play or two, we can assume), but because of the situations the coaches put the QBs through, there isn’t much to glean from the stats.