So the old player brands I did for Stiffland didn't feel right, so I'll be talking about Longfingers and Stiffland's accomplishments for each week
Stiffland has been a great tackler at times this season. Some more consistence would be great, but I'm fine with it for now. He recorded a season-high 12 tackles in his first game against Miami, but has averaged 5 tackles per game since then. Fortunately, the Texas defense has been dominant as a whole. We've allowed an average of 13.4 points per game, with the largest amount allowed being 24. One aspect of his game that I hope to improve is his ability to make plays in the backfield. As of right now, Stiffland has 3 tackles for loss and 2 sacks. This isn't bad, but I hope to make it better.
In his Sophomore year, Longfingers has been solid. So far this season, he has 18 catches, 283 yards, and a touchdown. His best game of the year is definitely a 119 yard showing against Miami. Although his stats have been good, I'm still a little upset with them. Lorrence is supposed to be a red-zone thread, or at the very least catch more passes downfield. But only 1 touchdown in 5 games and a catch yardage average of 15.7 is not what I expected. Hopefully he can pick it up in those areas, but I can't complain with the yards he's been getting. After all, he's #8 in the NCAA in receiving yards and recorded the second longest reception of the season.