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Auburn WR targets


My word, this is hard to watch.

The trend of Brassell and Moncrief being our two main receiving threats continued Saturday.  Moncrief was targeted 6 times and had 3 catches for 34 yards.  Brassell had 7 targets and 4 catches for 32 yards and a touchdown.  The third most was actually Collins Moore who had 3 targets and 1 catch for 17 yards.  I think he could have had a really big play across the middle on another target, but Mackey had a bad throw.

Overall, Mackey was all over the place and overthrew many WRs.  Statistically, it was one of his better completion percentages of the year, 57%, but he overthrew his target any time it seemed like he was trying to wind up and put some zip on the ball.

Ja-mes Logan continues to fall out of the game plan.  He had 2 catches for 20 yards on 2 targets, but they came in garbage time.  A poster last week said that Logan had slipped into the oval of untrustables, and I’ve heard similar.  It seems to be playing out with his diminished role, however, I don’t know why you let him play at all late in the game if he is in trouble.

Jeff Scott had a nice night in the passing game with 2 targets and 2 catches for 26 yards.  I would like to see more of this because he is such a big play threat when he gets the ball in space.  He had another big reception that was called back on a penalty.  Bolden also had one catch on one target out of the backfield – he is also a very good receiving threat.

Our tight ends were a bigger part of the game plan than normal with 3 targets (Mosley -1, Allen – 2) and each hauled in one pass (Mosley – 8 yards, Allen, 12 yards).  Neat had one ball thrown his way and it looks like Derrick Herman was less a part of the game plan with zero targets.  Of course, we had one target to Mackey which he caught for 5 yards.

Numbers for the year:

Total

181

107

1287

7

12.0

7.1

59.1%

Name

Targets

Catches

Yards

TD

YPC

YPT

Catch Rate

Donte Moncrief

41

18

314

4

17.4

7.7

44%

Ja-Mes Logan

33

19

265

0

13.9

8.0

58%

Nick Brassell

32

20

301

1

15.1

9.4

63%

Jeff Scott

16

14

89

0

6.4

5.6

88%

Jamal Mosley

12

8

80

1

10.0

6.7

67%

Derrick Herman

8

3

18

0

6.0

2.3

38%

Philander Moore

6

4

2

0

0.5

0.3

67%

Brandon Bolden

7

6

59

0

9.8

8.4

86%

Ferbia Allen

7

5

65

0

13.0

9.3

71%

Vincent Sanders

4

3

44

0

14.7

11.0

75%

Melvin Harris

3

2

21

1

10.5

7.0

67%

Korvic Neat

4

1

2

0

2.0

0.5

25%

Devin Thomas

2

1

5

0

5.0

2.5

50%

HR Greer

1

1

0

0

0.0

0.0

100%

Collins Moore

4

1

17

0

17.0

4.3

25%

Randall Mackey

1

1

5

0

5.0

5.0

100%

 

Note – my numbers don’t match what Ole Miss has as the official stats, but I double checked Moncrief and Brassell game by game and my numbers are right and total correctly, where as the official stats do not, so I trust my numbers.

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