Auburn’s 2019 offense returns the third most impact plays of any Auburn offense from 2004-2018 ...
Seth Williams (WR) 18
Eli Stove (WR) 18
Kam Martin (RB) 18
Will Hastings (WR) 17
JaTarvious Whitlow (RB) 16
Anthony Schwartz (WR) 14
Shaun Shiver (RB) 5
Malik Miller (RB) 5
Sal Cannella (WR-TE) 4
Marquis McClain (WR) 1
Matthew Hill (WR) 1
John Shenker (TE) 1
There is plenty of talent above to field an explosive offense and it doesn’t include…
D.J. Williams (RB)
Harold Joiner (HB)
Bo Nix (QB)
Joey Gatewood (QB)
Shedrick Jackson (WR)
Mark-Antony Richards (RB)
Ja’Varrius Johnson (WR) – Expected to become the next Ryan Davis.
Jay Jay Wilson (TE) – Transfer
The 2010 Auburn offense returned the most “impact plays” with 180 and finished the season with a school record of 144 with the addition of Cam Newton at quarterback. Here is the breakdown of impact plays during the 2010 season and how current personnel might compare.
Cam Newton (QB) 32 (These are running and receiving plays, which is a tall challenge for Bo Nix or Joey Gatewood).
Darvin Adams (WR) 23 – Seth Williams had 18 on just 26 receptions during 2018.
Onterio McCalebb (RB) 19 – Combination of Shaun Shivers and Kam Martin.
Michael Dyer (RB) 18 – JaTarvious Whitlow had 16 during 2018.
Terrell Zachery (WR) 13 – Anthony Schwartz
Emory Blake (WR) 13 – Matthew Hill
Mario Fannin (HB) 8 – Harold Joiner
Philip Lutzenkirchen (TE) 4 – John Shenker
The 2019 Auburn offense has more depth at RB and WR than the 2010 Auburn offense. The roster comparison did not include Eli Stove and Will Hastings who have combined for 35 career impact plays. It did not include running backs D.J. Williams and Mark-Antony Richards or wide receivers Shedrick Jackson, Marquis McClain and Sal Cannella. If the offensive line can continue to improve and remain healthy, this could be a banner year on offense.
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