LSU vs Florida: Snap counts and top graded players

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The LSU Tigers were able to find a way to fight off the No. 20 Florida Gators on Saturday. Despite losing a long list of starters on both sides of the ball, the Tigers were able to make the plays to come out win for the home crowd.

The player of the game without a doubt was the running back, Ty Davis-Price. The offensive line deserves a lot of credit as well, they have been under fire all season long but they put together the most complete performance of the season. According to PFF, Ed Ingram was the best of the group with his offensive grade.

A look at the top PFF grades and snap counts from Saturday’s win:

Top PFF Offensive Grades

Ty Davis-Price

RB

95.4

Brian Thomas Jr

WR

82.5

Ed Ingram

LG

80.2

Max Johnson

QB

75.5

Jaray Jenkins

WR

75.4

Most Offensive Snaps Played

Max Johnson

QB

71

Liam Shanahan

OC

71

Austin Deculus

RT

71

Ed Ingram

LG

71

Ty Davis-Price

RB

63

Next, the defense

Shifting gears to the defensive side of the ball, the team got back Glen Logan which can’t be understated. His presence along with Jaquelin Roy and Neil Farrell Jr allowed the moving of Maason Smith to defensive end with injuries stacking up at the position. Farrell was the highest-graded player with BJ Ojulari coming in at No. 2.

Ojulari led the team with nine of their 20 quarterback pressures on Saturday. Smith came in at No. 2 with three. Those two will be key in the game against Ole Miss on Saturday.

A look at the top defensive players on Saturday:

Top PFF Defensive Grades

Neil Farrell Jr

DT

90.4

BJ Ojulari

DE

79.2

Dwight McGlothern

CB

72.9

Darren Evans

CB

72.4

Jaquelin Roy

DT

71.8

Most Defensive Snaps Played

Cameron Lewis

FS

76

Damone Clark

LB

75

Cordale Flott

CB

71

Jay Ward

SS

70

Micah Baskerville

LB

66

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