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  Two more South Carolina players appear to be leaving the program. Defensive linemen Keem Green and Devontae Davis are both in the transfer portal, a South Carolina spokesperson confirmed to The State on Monday. Rivals first reported the news of Green's entrance, while The Big Spur reported Davis' possible departure. Green, a former four-star junior college recruit worked mostly with the scout team and didn't play in a game last season. Green played in eight games for the Cornhuskers between 2019 and 2020 after two years at Highland Community College in Kansas. He was credited with a half-tackle in Saturday's annual Garnet and Black spring game. Davis appeared in nine games at South Carolina after transferring in from Georgia Military College. The New Ellenton native compiled just four tackles in his Gamecocks career. Green and Davis' potential departures come just hours after receiver/tight end E.J. Jenkins announced via Twitter that he planned on entering the transfer portal. - Rock Hill Herald

rSr/2023 DT Keem GreenFlorida Atlantic
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  2021 ALL-CONFERENCE USA HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): RB: Johnny Ford, RS So., Florida Atlantic,...Led the Owls with 831 rushing yards, at 6.3 per carry...Tallied a season-high 138 yards versus Marshall, among three total 100+-yard rushing games...Added to the squad's receiving corps with 18 receptions, including 91 yards versus FIU, a game he had 102 rushing yards as well...Finished with a total of seven scores on the year. - Florida Atlantic Football

rJr/2024 RB Johnny FordFlorida Atlantic
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  2021 ALL-CONFERENCE USA HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): DT: Evan Anderson, Fr., Florida Atlantic,...Totaled 40 tackles, with a team-high eight for loss (for 27 yards)...Had one sack, three quarterback hurries, a pass breakup and a fumble recovery...Started all 12 games, and in 10 outings, had three stops or more...Season high of five came against Old Dominion, including two for loss, one sack, and the fumble recovery. - Florida Atlantic Football

rSo/2025 DT Evan AndersonFlorida Atlantic
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  2021 ALL-CONFERENCE USA HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): DB: Zyon Gilbert, Sr., Florida Atlantic,...True program builder finished career with 60 games played, nearly 24% of the program's games all-time...Record 51 tackles, two interceptions and a team-best 10 pass breakups this season...Season high of 12 tackles came at WKU, which included nine solo stops...Finished career with 248 career tackles, 5.5 for a loss of 17 yards, five interceptions and among FAU's all-time leaders with 31 passes defended. - Florida Atlantic Football

rSr/2022 CB Zyon GilbertFlorida Atlantic
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  2021 ALL-CONFERENCE USA HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): DB: Jordan Helm, Gr., Florida Atlantic,...Led the team with 96 total tackles, 52 solo and 44 assists, and came up with three tackles for loss...Had four games with 10 or more stops, reaching 15 twice (vs. Air Force and Old Dominion)...Recorded six pass breakups this season, along with a team-high four fumble recoveries (including one that he returned for 52 yards, the second longest in program history)...Added an interception with a 25-yard return versus UTEP… Ranked No. 2 nationally and No. 1 in C-USA with 0.3 FR. - Florida Atlantic Football

rSr/2022 FS Jordan HelmFlorida Atlantic
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  2021 ALL-CONFERENCE USA HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): DB: Teja Young, RS So., Florida Atlantic,...Third on the squad with 59 tackles, and tied for the team lead with three picks, ranking No. 40 nationally with 0.3 interceptions per game...Tabulated 84 yards cumulative off of those three interceptions...Recorded a season-high 11 tackles at ODU and had 10 at Florida...Already has played in 38 career games with a total of 112 total tackles, five interceptions and 12 passes defended. - Florida Atlantic Football

rJr/2024 SS Teja YoungFlorida Atlantic
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  2021 ALL-CONFERENCE USA HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): LS: Nicholas Marino, RS Fr., Florida Atlantic,...Realized the need for a long snapper his freshman year and volunteered for the job... Focused his attention toward that goal by changing his body, has returned following two summer injuries and remained dedicated.. Provided every long snap the last two seasons...Body transformation has allowed him to become a defender after the snap with four tackles on the year, two coming at UF in the season opener...Has seen just one PAT blocked in two years. - Florida Atlantic Football

rSo/2025 LS Nicholas MarinoFlorida Atlantic
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  Former Tennessee football linebacker Morven Joseph is transferring to Florida Atlantic. Joseph announced his decision on Twitter on Tuesday. He entered the NCAA transfer portal on Nov. 8. Joseph, a native of Lakeland, Florida, was the No. 12 ranked weakside defensive end in the 2020 signing class, according to 247Sports Composite. But he had secured a steady role with the Vols. Under former coach Jeremy Pruitt in 2020, Joseph was an outside linebacker/edge rusher for the first half of the season and then moved to inside linebacker late in the year. Under new coach Josh Heupel this season, Joseph played in two games with one sack and 16 snaps played on defense. - Knoxville News Sentinel

rSo/2025 OLB Morven JosephFlorida Atlantic
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  Nebraska quarterback Adrian Martinez announced Thursday that he will enter the transfer portal, another blow for the struggling Cornhuskers. The three-time captain completed his best season in 2021, completing 61.8% of his throws for 2,863 yards with 14 touchdowns and 10 interceptions for a career-best rating of 149.0. He played in 39 games during his four-year career, going 14-25 while winning just eight Big Ten games. He didn't play in last week's season-ending loss to Iowa after having surgery on his right shoulder. Martinez could play two more college seasons because the NCAA granted players an extra year of eligibility during last year's shortened COVID-19 season. - AP College Football

rSr/2023 RB Malcolm DavidsonFlorida Atlantic
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  Johnny Ford ran for a 27-yard touchdown in the first quarter and James Charles scored on a short run in the fourth to give Florida Atlantic an 18-point lead, and the Owls held off a late UTEP comeback attempt to earn a 28-25 win on Saturday night. The loss snapped UTEP's four-game win streak heading into a first-place showdown with UTSA next week. Ford's run put Florida Atlantic (5-3, 3-1 Conference USA) up 7-3 in the first quarter. N'Kosi Perry hit LaJohntay Wester with a 39-yard touchdown pass with :02 left in the first half to send the Owls into the break with a 14-10 lead.

Zaire Mitchell-Paden punched in with 3:27 left in the third quarter to make it 21-10, and Charles' 1-yard run pushed it to 28-10 early in the fourth. UTEP mounted a comeback with an 82-yard, seven-play drive. Ronald Awatt scored on a 5-yard run with 2:50 left and punched in the two-point conversion to make it 28-18. Gavin Hardison fired a 49-yard touchdown pass to Tyrin Smith with 2:02 left. UTEP got the ball with :30 left but could not get itself in position to attempt a game-tying field goal. Perry finished with 149 yards on 13-for-26 passing and Ford finished with 93 yards on 123 carries. The Miners (6-2, 3-1) outgained Florida Atlantic 454 to 279. Hardison threw for 337 yards and two touchdowns but was intercepted twice. - Florida Atlantic/AP College Football


rJr/2024 RB Johnny FordFlorida Atlantic
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  N'Kosi Perry set up three touchdowns on as many drives in a breakaway third quarter and Florida Atlantic held Charlotte scoreless for all of the second half for a 38-9 victory Thursday night, just hours after each university announced it will be leaving Conference USA. Perry was a crisp 9 of 11 passing for 225 yards and three TDs. Johnny Ford rushed for 92 yards and a touchdown and caught one pass for 32 yards and another score. Charlotte (4-3, 2-1) was seeking its first 5-2 start. FAU (4-3, 2-1) entered the game winless on the road but, strangely, remains undefeated in Charlotte in four games there.

Charlotte led 9-7 at halftime as Chris Reynolds found Grant DuBose at the front of the end zone with a pass from the 1-yard line on the last play of the second quarter. The 49ers twice converted on fourth-and-one during the 17-play drive. Florida Atlantic opened the second half with a four-play scoring drive when Ford hauled in a screen pass from Perry and took it to the end zone on a 32-yard catch and run. On FAU's next possession, Perry hooked up with Je'Quan Burton on a 57-yard pass to set up first-and-goal, and Malcolm Davidson carried on a nine-yard touchdown a play later as the Owls extended their lead to 21-9. Perry found Brandon Robinson with a 30-yard touchdown pass near the end of the third to lead 28-9. Reynolds was 22-for-31 passing for 219 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions for Charlotte, which was held to 77 yards on the ground. - Florida Atlantic/AP College Football


rSr/2023 QB NKosi PerryFlorida Atlantic
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  N'Kosi Perry passed for 329 yards and three touchdowns and Florida Atlantic rolled up 704 yards total offense in a 58-21 victory over Florida International in a Conference USA opener on Saturday. Perry completed 18 of 21 passes without an interception, compiling a passer rating of 264.5. Johnny Ford had 102 yards on 16 carries and FAU finished with 296 yards on the ground. Je'Quan Burton caught seven passes for 121 yards and a touchdown. Eleven players caught passes for the Owls (3-2, 1-0). After a 27-point second quarter led to a 34-21 halftime lead, the Owls shutout their in-state rival in the second half and Nick Tronti, Ford, and Kelvin Dean Jr. scored rushing touchdowns. FIU's Max Bortenschlager completed 12 of 27 passes for 263 yards with two touchdowns and an interception. Backup Grayson James completed 7 of 12 for 56 yards. EJ Wilson Jr. was the leading rusher for the Panthers (1-4, 0-1) with just 37 yards. - Florida Atlantic/AP College Football

rSr/2023 QB NKosi PerryFlorida Atlantic
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  N'Kosi Perry threw for 278 yards and Florida Atlantic added 248 yards on the ground in a 45-14 victory over FCS-member Fordham on Saturday night. The Owls (2-1) led 14-7 at halftime before erupting with 31 points in the second half. Perry threw both his touchdown passes in the third quarter. After Fordham drew within 28-14, the Owls scored the game's final 17 points in the fourth. Tim DeMorat threw two touchdown passes but the Rams (0-3) managed only 237 total yards and 11 first downs. FAU had 549 yards and 32 first downs. Perry was 27-of-43 passing for the 278 yards and two scores. His primary target was LaJohntay Wester with 10 receptions for 101 yards and a touchdown. - Florida Atlantic/AP College Football

rSr/2023 QB NKosi PerryFlorida Atlantic
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  SEPT 13 CONFERENCE USA CO-OFFENSIVE OF THE WEEK: Florida Atlantic QB N'Kosi Perry drew his second start as an Owl and first before the home crowd in Boca Raton. The Miami transfer easily moved the ball down the field scoring on four of his nine drives, with no three-and-out drives on the day. He guided the Owls offense that totaled 541 yards and used a commanding 33:50 of game clock against a triple option offense. Individually, Perry became the first FAU quarterback to eclipse 300 yards passing since Dec. 20, 2019. - Conference USA Football

rSr/2023 QB NKosi PerryFlorida Atlantic
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  N'Kosi Perry threw four touchdown passes including three in the third quarter when Florida Atlantic broke the game open as the Owls defeated Georgia Southern 38-6 on Saturday. Perry dropped a pass into a sprinting Je'Quan Burton's fingertips for a 50-yard touchdown and followed that with another third-quarter strike to John Mitchell for a 19-yard score on the left side of the end zone and a 24-6 lead. Perry added a final third-quarter TD pass of 31 yards to LaJohntay Wester, though replays appeared to show the receiver out of bounds when he made the catch. However, a review confirmed the call. Georgia Southern (1-1) scored first with Logan Wright's 22-yard first-quarter run. But in the final two minutes of the half Perry threw a 19-yard touchdown to John Mitchell and Aaron Shahriari kicked a field goal for a 10-7 lead. Nick Tronti added a 3-yard touchdown run late in the game for FAU (1-1). FAU outgained the Eagles 528-254. Perry was 19-of-27 passing for 332 yards with Wester making seven catches for 124 yards. - Florida Atlantic/AP College Football

rSr/2023 QB NKosi PerryFlorida Atlantic
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