Morgantown, West Virginia – Pro Football Focus (PFF) released their weekly grades for the West Virginia Mountaineers following the team’s 29-17 victory over TCU. PFF provides advanced analytics for each player based on a variety of performance factors.
Not surprisingly, redshirt freshman Garrett Greene once again had the best overall grade on the team. Greene had a 79.0 grade against TCU. Leddie Brown (74.4), Sean Ryan (74.2), Reese Smith (73.8) and Winston Wright, Jr. (72.6) rounded out the top five on the offensive side of the ball.
The top five graded defensive players for the Mountaineers were Charles Woods (71.2), Josh Chandler-Semedo (70.4), Daryl Porter, Jr. (70.1), Edward Vesterinen (69.3) and Dante Stills (67.8).
Greene was 1-1 for 1 yard passing and rushed twice for 69 yards during his one possession against the Horned Frogs. Despite marching the team right down the field, Greene did not play the remainder of the game.