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Report Card: Orange and White Game

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 Secondary

Daniel: I thought this unit played well. Cam Sutton came up with yet another big play when he grabbed an errant pitch on a trick play and took it back for a defensive score. The other scholarship cornerbacks had great coverage throughout the course of of the day. The only huge play given up was the 65-yard touchdown to Malone, but that was on walk-on corner Devin Williams, who actually had decent coverage, but Quinten Dormady throw a perfect ball. The DBs also dominated the one-on-one drills, and safety Evan Berry, filling in for LaDarrell McNeil, led the team with nine tackles and a TFL as well. Grade: A

Houston: This group probably had the best day out of all the defensive position groups. There were a few big plays by the offense through the air, but most came off of perfect throws or against defensive backs buried on the depth chart. The one-on-one drills in the red zone were absolutely dominated by the defensive backs, with the offense failing to record a single catch. Evan Berry, Emmanuel Moseley and Cam Sutton all had fantastic days and will head into the summer with a lot of confidence after this spring.  Grade: A

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