Desmond Floyd

Wake Forest Demon Deacons #6 - Defensive End

  • Height: 6-5
  • Weight: 250
  • Seasons: JR

Week 4 college football prospect watch


Niners Nation's Greg Valerio and Jake Narayan highlight and profile the 2016 NFL draft-eligible prospects for Saturday's slate of college football games for Week 4.

Wake Forest has hope, believe it or not

Dave Clawson's m.o. is two years of struggle, followed by third- or fourth-year breakthroughs; with another solid defense and strong special teams, and another dreadful offense, his second year at...

Analyzing Wake Forest's 2015 Signees - Defense


Which new defensive commits should Wake fans be paying attention to?

Wake Forest vs. Louisville - Depth Chart


The only move of significance is that Logan Feimster will no longer be the team's long snapper. That responsibility has shifted to Steve Donatell, who is also a linebacker on the team. Wake Forest...

Wake Forest vs. Utah State: Depth Chart


There were no changes to the depth chart this week. The only news is that Coach Clawson stated he'd like to redshirt Tyree Harris, who played last season as a true freshman. This would explain why...

Wake Forest Football: Participation Chart


What trends are we seeing in terms of player participation?

Wake Forest vs. ULM Depth Chart Released


Dave Clawson has released Wake Forest's opening day depth chart.

Player Countdown: No. 20 DE Desmond Floyd


RS junior Desmond Floyd, a 6-5, 250 pound defensive end out of Union County HS in Jonesville, SC. He is vying for the starting spot opposite Zach Allen against Duke Ejiofor and Wendell Dunn.

Post Spring Game Depth Chart: Defensive Line


Blogger So Dear continues its preview of the 2014 Wake Forest football team by looking at the defensive line.

Wake Forest Spring Game & Recruiting Update


Wake Forest will have their spring game on Saturday. What can we expect to see and what recruits will be there?

Wake Forest and the cat-and-mouse game

Injuries, youth, and a small margin for error conspired against Wake Forest in 2012. Can offensive tweaks and defensive health lead to another bounce back for Jim Grobe and his Demon Deacons?

8/16 Wake Forest scrimmage report--Defense dominates


Blogger So Dear attends and recaps the first Wake Forest football scrimmage of the fall as the regular season opener now sits a mere 16 days away.