Ex-Wolverine Updates: Week 14

Ex-Wolverine Updates: Week 14

December 2, 2019
Eric Gray (#3, image via Knoxville News Sentinel)

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Devin Asiasi, TE (UCLA): Asiasi caught 8 passes for 99 yards in a 28-18 loss to Cal. Overall, Asiasi caught 44 passes for 641 yards (14.6 yards/catch) and 4 touchdowns. Cal finished the year at 4-8. He was one year of eligibility remaining.

Brian Cole, S (Mississippi State): Cole made 5 tackles and 1 quarterback hurry in a 21-20 win over Ole Miss, which made the Bulldogs bowl eligible.

Kekoa Crawford, WR (Cal): Crawford did not play in the 28-18 win over UCLA.

Ja’Raymond Hall, OT (CMU): Hall did not play.

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Deron Irving-Bey, DE (CMU): Irving-Bey did not play.

Reuben Jones, DE (West Virginia): Jones was named a team captain for his final college game. He made 4 tackles, 1.5 tackles for loss, 1 sack, and 2 QB hurries in a 20-17 win over TCU. Altogether, he made 31 tackles, 5 tackles for loss, 3 sacks, and 2 QB hurries in WVU’s 5-7 season.

Oliver Martin, WR (Iowa): Martin did not play in the 27-24 win over Nebraska.

Eddie McDoom, WR (South Florida): McDoom made 1 catch for 25 yards in a 34-7 loss to UCF. Altogether, he made 13 catches for 174 yards (13.4 yards/catch) during USF’s 4-8 season. He has one year of eligibility remaining.

Brandon Peters, QB (Illinois): Peters sat out a 29-10 loss to Northwestern due to injury. He was knocked out of the Iowa game last week due to what appeared to be another concussion for someone who has had several in his career. The 6-6 Illini are bowl eligible.

Myles Sims, CB (Georgia Tech): Sims made 5 tackles and 1 pass breakup in a 52-7 loss to Georgia. He finished the year with 16 tackles and 3 pass breakups for the 3-9 Yellowjackets.

Drew Singleton, LB (Rutgers): Singleton made 3 tackles in a 27-6 loss to Penn State. He finished the year with 34 tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss, and 1 sack for the 2-10 Scarlet Knights.

Aubrey Solomon, DT (Tennessee): Solomon did not play in a 28-10 win over Vanderbilt.

Benjamin St-Juste, CB (Minnesota): St-Juste made 9 tackles and 2 pass breakups in a 38-17 loss to Wisconsin.

Kurt Taylor, RB (Iowa Central Community College): Taylor has 143 carries for 698 yards (4.9 YPC) and 3 touchdowns this year, plus 6 catches for 32 yards.

Ryan Tice, K (CMU): Tice was 7/7 on extra points in a 49-7 win over Toledo.

Nolan Ulizio, OT (Pitt): Ulizio is Pitt’s starting right tackle.

Kareem Walker, RB (Mississippi State): Walker is sitting out the season after joining the team late.

Keith Washington, CB (West Virginia): Washington made 2 tackles in a 20-17 win over TCU. Altogether, he made 23 tackles, 3 interceptions (for 41 yards), and 9 pass breakups for 5-7 WVU.

Tyrone Wheatley, Jr., TE (Morgan State): Wheatley did not record any statistics in his final year of college football.


George Campbell, WR (West Virginia): After making 5 catches for 92 yards each of the past two weeks (with 3 total touchdowns), Campbell made 0 catches in the 20-17 win over TCU. He finished with 19 catches for 469 yards (24.7 yards/catch) and 7 touchdowns on the season.

Shaun Crawford, CB (Notre Dame): Crawford made 2 tackles in a 45-24 win over Stanford.

Messiah DeWeaver, QB (Old Dominion): DeWeaver did not play in the season finale. He finished the year 29/67 for 316 yards, 1 touchdown, and 2 interceptions for the 1-11 ODU squad. He also ran 47 times for 35 yards and made 1 catch for 16 yards. He has one year of eligibility remaining.

A.J. Dillon, RB (Boston College): Dillon had 32 carries for 178 yards and 1 touchdown in a 26-19 win over Pitt to become bowl eligible. Dillon also caught 2 passes for 18 yards.

Kevin Doyle, QB (Arizona): Doyle did not play in a 24-14 loss to Arizona State. He has not seen the field in two years at Arizona, which finishes at 4-8 for the year.

Emil Ekiyor, OG (Alabama): Ekiyor is a backup offensive guard for Alabama.

Jordan Elliott, DT (Missouri): Elliott made 5 tackles, 1 pass breakup, and 2 quarterback hurries in a 24-14 win over Arkansas. The Tigers are 6-6 and bowl eligible but they fired head coach Barry Odom.

Eric Gray, RB (Tennessee): Gray came out of nowhere for a HUGE game against Vanderbilt in the regular season finale, a 28-10 victory. He rushed 25 times for 246 yards and 3 touchdowns, including a 94-yarder (the second longest in Tennessee history). Prior to that, he had 62 carries for 207 yards and 0 touchdowns. Those 246 records were a true freshman record for the Vols.

Devery Hamilton, OG (Stanford): Hamilton is a backup for Stanford.

Dele’ Harding, LB (Illinois): Harding made 15 tackles and 1 tackle for loss in a 29-10 loss to Northwestern.

Kai-Leon Herbert, OG (Miami): Herbert is a backup for Miami.

Stephen Herron, Jr., OLB (Stanford): Herron did not play in a 45-24 loss to Notre Dame.

Jeremiah Holloman, WR (Florida International): Holloman did not play.

Jalil Irvin, OG (Auburn): Irvin is a backup for Auburn.

Chase Lasater, LB (Florida Atlantic): Lasater did not play.

David Reese II, LB (Florida): Reese made 6 tackles and 0.5 tackles for loss in a 40-17 win over Florida State.

Otis Reese, S (Georgia): Reese made 1 tackle in a 52-7 win over Georgia Tech.

Erik Swenson, OT (Oklahoma): Swenson is Oklahoma’s starting left tackle.

Garrett Taylor, S (Penn State): Taylor made 7 tackles, 0.5 tackles for loss, and 1 forced fumble in a 27-6 win over Rutgers.

Leonard Taylor, TE (Cincinnati): Taylor made 1 catch for his first career touchdown, a 4-yarder, in a 34-24 loss to Memphis.

Victor Viramontes, LB (UNLV): Viramontes did not record any stats in a 33-30 win over Nevada. He made 20 tackles and 1 tackle for loss for the 4-8 Rebels, who fired their coach last week.

Tyrece Woods, DT (Buffalo): Woods did not record any stats in a 49-7 win over Bowling Green.


Jay Hopson, Head Coach (Southern Mississippi): Hopson and Southern Mississippi fell to 7-5 after a 34-17 loss to Florida Atlantic

Scot Loeffler, Head Coach (BGSU): Bowling Green dropped to 3-9 after a 49-7 loss to Buffalo. Loeffler finishes his first year as head coach averaging 16 points while giving up 38.6 per game.

Curt Mallory, Head Coach (Indiana State): Indiana State finished at 5-7 after a 51-24 win over Missouri State. He’s 12-22 after three seasons in French Lick.

Jim McElwain, Head Coach (CMU): The Chippewas are 8-4 after a 49-7 win over Toledo. The Chips will play in the MAC Championship Game next week against Miami-OH. Either way it goes, this has been a successful turnaround for McElwain; the Chips were 1-11 last season.

Les Miles, Head Coach (Kansas): The Jayhawks fell to 3-9 after a 61-6 loss to Baylor. Miles’s first season was mildly successful with wins over Boston College and Texas Tech and a close loss to Texas (50-48 on a last-second field goal). Kansas had also been 3-9 in 2018, but prior to that, they were 3-33 over the previous three seasons. Three wins in any given year is a solid year for them.

Rich Rodriguez, Offensive Coordinator (Ole Miss): In a nasty reminder of my fantasy teams, Ole Miss finished the season at 4-8 despite averaging 26.6 points and giving up an average of 26.5. This final loss of the year, a 21-20 heartbreaker to Mississippi State, came after a stupid piss-on-the-ball move by Ole Miss’s best receiver cost his team. It will be interesting to see if Rodriguez returns in 2020.

Tyrone Wheatley, Head Coach (Morgan State): Morgan State finished the season at 3-9. This was Wheatley’s first season as a head coach.

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  1. Comments: 1863
    Joined: 1/19/2016
    Dec 02, 2019 at 8:18 AM

    Looks like Asasi played himself into the draft

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