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Mason’s play-making sets him apart vs. Lafayette

Kansas guard Frank Mason III, drives for a basket against the Lafayette Leopards Saturday, Dec. 20, 2014 at Allen Fieldhouse.

Kansas guard Frank Mason III, drives for a basket against the Lafayette Leopards Saturday, Dec. 20, 2014 at Allen Fieldhouse.

1 - Frank Mason III: Played fast when the situation called for it, patient when it was the right play, and consistently did all the things a team needs of its point guard. Again showed great shot selection and never hurried anything. Made 6 of 8 shots from the field and 2 of 3 from three on his way to 14 points, nine assists and just one turnover. Is one of four Jayhawks to reach double figures in three-pointers made this season (Brannen Green and Wayne Selden Jr. 13, Sviatoslav Mykyhailiuk 11) with 12, and Mason has the highest percentage of them all at .522.

2 - Kelly Oubre Jr.: Made 4 of 7 three-pointers and used his quickness, long arms and explosive jumping ability to produce 23 points and10 rebounds, 10 off the offensive glass.

3 - Cliff Alexander: Coach Bill Self said before Friday’s practice that Alexander would get his first start the next day, but he played his way out of that in practice and came off the bench. Produced 10 points, five rebounds and two blocked shots in 17 minutes.

4 - Wayne Selden Jr.: Did a nice job of driving and dishing on his way to 12 points, four rebounds, six assists and a steal. Made 2 of 5 three-pointers.

5 - Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk: Has made 7 of his last 14 three-pointers after starting the season 4 of 18. Scored all 11 of his points in 12 first-half minutes, during which he made 3 of 4 three-point shots.

6 - Hunter Mickelson: Active big man followed terrific week of practice with by far his best effort for Kansas in his most extensive playing time. Had eight points, seven rebounds, two blocked shots and a steal in 17 minutes. Had four offensive rebounds.

7 - Jamari Traylor: His two best games of the season have been his last two since coming off a suspension. Dominated the offensive glass, where he picked up six of his seven boards. Also scored 11 points and had a blocked shot and a steal. Has averaged 12 points and six rebounds the past two games.

8 - Perry Ellis: Limited to 12 minutes and finished with four points, three rebounds, two assists and a steal. “He didn’t feel well today,” coach Bill Self said. “Something wasn’t right.”

9 - Brannen Greene: Missed weights so he didn’t get into the game until the second half. Played six minutes and hit a three-pointer from the left corner.

10 - Landen Lucas: Scoreless with one rebound in six minutes.

SEASON STANDINGS

Perry Ellis - 78

Cliff Alexander - 78

Frank Mason III - 76

Wayne Selden Jr. - 73

Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk - 54

Jamari Traylor - 45

Brannen Greene - 43

Kelly Oubre Jr. - 39

Devonté Graham - 39

Landen Lucas - 36

Hunter Mickelson - 12

Reply 2 comments from Skinnykansasdude Bernard Gregory

Ellis contributes in variety of ways to KU victory in K.C.

Kansas forward Perry Ellis (34) chases down a loose ball lost by Utah forward Jakob Poeltl (42) during the second half on Saturday, Dec. 13, 2014 at Sprint Center

Kansas forward Perry Ellis (34) chases down a loose ball lost by Utah forward Jakob Poeltl (42) during the second half on Saturday, Dec. 13, 2014 at Sprint Center by Nick Krug

1 - Perry Ellis: Biggest reason Kansas took 18-point lead into halftime, vanished for much of the second half, and came through with big plays down the stretch, the biggest a drive to the hoop that broke a tie with 2:01 left and stood up as the winning shot. Had 14 points, six rebounds, three assists, two blocks and a steal, but had four turnovers. When player of the game Delon Wright attempted a three-point shot with 2:11 left and the game tied, Ellis guarded him so closely he blocked Wright’s shot.

2 - Jamari Traylor: Made a pair of free throws with 39 seconds left to give KU a four-point lead. Played solid defense, totaled 13 points and five rebounds, a blocked shot and a steal.

3 - Frank Mason III: Has a knack for hitting jumpers and producing steals at crucial times of the game. He’ll also make a turnover here and there in those situations as well, but he’s a guy you want on your side when outcomes hang in the balance. Had 10 points and five assists, a blocked shot and two steals. Also committed three turnovers.

4 - Kelly Oubre Jr.: Strong defender who uses long wingspan to deflect passes, tie up dribblers and grab boards. Oubre made major contribution for the second game in a row, with nine points and four rebounds. Made all four free-throw attempts, growing his season percentage from the line to 85.7.

5 - Brannen Greene: Went 4 for 4 from the line in final 20 seconds and blocked Utah’s final shot, which would have tied the game had Jakob Poeltl’s three-pointer gone in.

6 - Wayne Selden Jr.: Was the recipient on a lob coming out of timeout and instead of laying it in went for a one-handed dunk that popped out and flipped his coach’s lid. Did decent job of running team when Mason took quick breaks. Had eight points, two assists and two turnovers and didn’t pick up a rebound.

7 - Cliff Alexander: Took just two shots from the field and one was blocked by the backboard. It was that sort of a day for Alexander (one point, six rebounds).

8 - Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk: Limited to 10 minutes off the bench, scored only bucket on nice drive to hoop and didn’t pick up an assist or rebound.

9 - Landen Lucas: Played seven minutes, missed two shots and had two turnovers.

SEASON STANDINGS

Perry Ellis - 75

Cliff Alexander - 70

Wayne Selden Jr. - 66

Frank Mason III - 66

Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk - 48

Brannen Greene - 41

Jamari Traylor - 41

Devonté Graham - 39

Landen Lucas - 35

Kelly Oubre Jr. - 30

Hunter Mickelson - 7

Reply 19 comments from Stupidmichael Rodney Crain Erich Hartmann Alec White Kingfisher Ashwin Rao Dirk Medema

Downtown display carries Greene to top of ratings

1 - Brannen Greene: Drew his fourth foul with 11-plus remaining but he had already done huge damage. Came back in and hit a huge three-pointer from the right corner to put KU up five with 2:34 left. Made 5 of 5 threes and scored 19 points in 18 minutes.

2 - Perry Ellis: Couldn’t get his shots near the bucket to drop but played aggressively at both ends and totaled 13 points, 10 rebounds, three steals, two assists and two blocked shots.

3 - Cliff Alexander: Had a tough time checking Joshua Smith, who had a huge size advantage, but so did everybody else. Never stopped battling and finished with seven points, six rebounds and two blocked shots.

4 - Frank Mason III: Started the game in rough fashion and had two key turnovers late, but also made a huge three-pointer and totaled 14 points, three boards and two steals playing on a sore ankle. Had three assists and four turnovers.

5 - Kelly Oubre Jr.: Brought good energy off the bench and reached season highs in several categories, including minutes (16), points (seven), rebounds (five), free throws (5 of 6) and steals (two).

6 - Wayne Selden Jr.: Made 2 of 3 three-pointers but missed all of his shots inside the arc, including an attempted dunk. Played well defensively but as was the case with most teammates, he could have taken better care of the ball (three turnovers).

7 - Devonté Graham: Left the game with a sprained ankle with 10 minutes left and didn’t return. Didn’t show great shot selection and had a pair of turnovers.

8 - Landen Lucas: Tried to get physical with Joshua Smith and fouled out after 13 minutes of action. Had two points and two rebounds.

9- Svi Mykhailiuk: Not a good night. Bill Self had seen enough after watching him play five minutes and determined this was not a good matchup for the 17-year-old freshman.

10 - Hunter Mickelson: In for a fraction of a minute and his man scored on a dunk.

SEASON STANDINGS

Cliff Alexander - 67

Perry Ellis - 66

Wayne Selden Jr. - 62

Frank Mason III - 59

Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk - 46

Devonté Graham - 39

Landen Lucas - 34

Brannen Greene - 36

Jamari Traylor - 33

Kelly Oubre Jr. - 24

Hunter Mickelson - 7

Reply 2 comments from Erich Hartmann Sean Lancaster Perses

Pair of freshmen join Selden among top three performers

1 - Wayne Selden Jr.: Bounced back from an 0-for-10 shooting day against Michigan State to lead team with 21 points. Made long two-point jumpers and drove hard to the hoop, hitting 9 of 15 shots and 2 of 5 three-pointers.
2 - Cliff Alexander: Never shies from putting himself in the middle of the action, where elbows are exchanged and backs are shoved. In 19 minutes, he totaled 12 points and 10 rebounds and made all eight of his free-throw attempts. “I work on it in practice every day,” he said of improving at the line. He’s a worker, eager to improve and equipped to do so.
3 - Devonté Graham: Had nine points, three assists and three steals in 13 second-half minutes. Made 9 of 10 free throws. Kansas was at its best when it played its two small guards together for nine second-half minutes. They pressured Florida’s guards, taking the Gators out of their offense.
4 - Frank Mason III: Like almost the rest of the team, had much better second half than first. His fast coast-to-coast drive at the end of the half gave KU a jolt heading into the locker room in advance of an earthquake undoubtedly delivered by the coach. Mason defended better in the second half, did a better job of getting to the paint and had one beauty of a reverse layup.
5 - Perry Ellis: The halftime deficit could have been a lot worse if not for Ellis. He finished the night with 10 points and five boards and did most of his damage in the first half.
6 - Landen Lucas: He doesn’t come to play nice. After game’s first whistle, ref got into his face and said, “Hey, knock it off right now!” Played just nine minutes and wasn’t a spectator when on the floor. Never is. He had six boards, three of the offensive variety. Also scored two points, two blocked shots, two personals and three turnovers. Not everything he does is a positive, but he never watches.
7 - Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk: Played all 20 minutes of the first half and just four in the second half. Had three points and had some defensive difficulties .
8 - Kelly Oubre Jr.: Checked into game and his man immediately whipped around him, forcing help and resulting in a dump-off for an easy bucket. Made up for it at the other end with an easy bucket. Had two points and two rebounds in eight minutes. Looks like a good rebounder.
9 - Jamari Traylor: Defensive lapses and two turnovers in 15 scoreless minutes made this a tough night for Traylor, who had just two rebounds.
10 - Brannen Greene: Scoreless without a rebound and had a turnover in eight minutes.

SEASON STANDINGS

Cliff Alexander - 59

Perry Ellis - 57

Wayne Selden Jr. - 57

Frank Mason III - 52

Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk - 44

Devonté Graham - 35

Jamari Traylor - 33

Landen Lucas - 31

Brannen Greene - 26

Kelly Oubre Jr. - 18

Hunter Mickelson - 6

Reply 5 comments from Robert  Brock Table_rock_jayhawk Rodney Crain Rick McGowwan

Who else? Ellis leads rankings (again) in Orlando

1 - Perry Ellis: Missed all three three-pointers and made just 3 of 7 from the line, but did everything else well on his way to the MVP trophy. Had 19 points and seven rebounds and averaged 19.3 points and 9 rebounds for the three-game tournament.

2 - Frank Mason III: Averaged 11.7 points and 5.7 assists in three standout performances in the Orlando Classic. Produced a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds to go with five assists in title game vs. Michigan State.

3 - Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk: Shot clock running out of gas, tightly guarded well beyond the three-point line, he rose up off the dribble and fired a three through the hoop to cut the deficit to one point heading into the locker room. Runs the floor so well, keeps the ball moving on offense and moves his feet great on defense. Nothing about the way he plays says teenager, yet he’s only 17. Totaled 11 points and four rebounds in 32 minutes.

4 - Cliff Alexander: Couldn’t get his shots to drop, but hit the boards hard at both ends and played strong defense. Totaled six points, eight rebounds and four blocked shots.

5 - Wayne Selden Jr.: Drove it hard to the basket, but couldn’t finish. Missed a dunk at the end of a baseline drive and finished 0 for 10 from the field and 0 for 3 from three. Struggled defensively initially but tightened it up as the game progressed, playing tough “D” and mixing it up inside. He had five rebounds.

6 - Jamari Traylor: Coach Bill Self was set to put Brannen Greene in the game for Traylor because he’s a better free-throw shooter. Self heard “Foul No. 31,” from the Michigan State bench and decided to leave Traylor in the game, telling him, “They’re going to foul you and you’re going to make them.” They fouled him and he made them.

7 - Landen Lucas: Did a better job of finishing scoring opportunities and totaled six points, three rebounds, two fouls and two turnovers in eight minutes.

8 - Devonté Graham: Committed three fouls in five minutes. Put up a runner, but it rimmed out.

9 - Kelly Oubre Jr.: Missed his only shot and didn’t get back on defense.

10 - Brannen Greene: Had a rough first-half stretch in which two turnovers and a defensive lapse cost the team.

SEASON STANDINGS

Perry Ellis - 51

Cliff Alexander - 50

Wayne Selden Jr. - 47

Frank Mason III - 45

Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk - 40

Jamari Traylor - 31

Devonté Graham - 27

Landen Lucas - 26

Brannen Greene - 25

Kelly Oubre Jr. - 15

Hunter Mickelson - 6

Reply 4 comments from Daniel Francis Priest Fontaine Ryan Zimmerman Kingfisher

Harwell, Reynolds, Smiley provide a few KU bright spots in Manhattan

1 - Nick Harwell: Made the most meaningful play Kansas had all day, hauling in a 27-yard touchdown pass that made it a 17-6 game in the second quarter. In a game without much offense for KU, caught three balls for 41 yards.

2 - Michael Reynolds: Made a lot of plays in the run game after rushing to the passer. Continued to run down field and finished with seven total tackles (six solo) and one for loss.

3 - Trent Smiley: Not in the game plan coming in, the senior tight end capped his KU career with a 19-yard TD reception in the third quarter, showing off nifty footwork in the back of the end zone to bring in a scoring pass from Michael Cummings.

4 - Cassius Sendish: Flew to the ball all day and cleaned up for the defense. Led both teams with nine solo tackles. Prevented Morgan Burns from taking a kickoff return to the house.

5 - Jimmay Mundine: Before getting injured looked, as always, to be a reliable target over the middle for quarterback Cummings. Had two catches and 20 yards.

6 - Corey Avery: Kansas didn’t run the ball much at Manhattan but when the Jayhawks did, they turned most often to the true freshman. He carried the ball six times, averaging 4.7 yards a touch.

7 - De’Andre Mann: Carried three straight times for 13 yards on KU’s first scoring drive. Momentarily changed the tone for the Kansas offense. The Jayhawks fell behind by too many points to stick with the power-runner. Averaged 4.8 yards a carry on his four attempts.

8 - Ben Heeney: Wasn’t his usual statistically impressive day, but K-State took a lot of shots down the field, out of the middle linebacker’s reach. Still made plays when he could, with six total tackles, five solo and one for loss.

9 - Dexter McDonald: Got burned for some big pass plays but also broke up a pair of passes and finished with four total tackles (three solo).

10 - Michael Cummings: Rough day for the junior, but he hung in there to make a few plays. Ran for a first down under pressure. Both of the interceptions he threw were tipped by KU receivers. He completed 16 of 27 throws for 139 yards and a pair of TD’s.

FINAL SEASON STANDINGS

Ben Heeney - 74

JaCorey Shepherd - 64

Corey Avery - 54

Michael Reynolds - 54

Nick Harwell - 54

Jimmay Mundine - 47

Nigel King - 39

Michael Cummings - 32

Dexter McDonald - 31

Cassius Sendish - 31

Tony Pierson - 30

Jake Love - 27

De’Andre Mann - 24

Justin McCay - 11

Victor Simmons - 11

Montell Cozart - 10

Trevor Pardula - 10

Isaiah Johnson - 10

Andrew Bolton - 9

Trent Smiley - 8

Tedarian Johnson - 8

Fish Smithson - 6

Tevin Shaw - 6

Courtney Arnick - 4

Joe Dineen - 3

T.J. Semke - 2

Pat Lewandowski - 1

Ben Goodman - 1

Tyler Holmes - 1

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Ellis again outstanding in Orlando

1 - Perry Ellis: Hit a three-pointer, which made the defenders respect his range, blew by guys on the dribble and did most of his work around the hoop, including a blink-and-you-missed it spin move. Totaled 24 points, 13 rebounds and three assists.

2 - Frank Mason III: Played 39 minutes and controlled the tempo of the game. Played fast but didn’t look as if he hurried. Did a great job of getting the ball inside on lobs and post feeds. Having a great tournament. he totaled 11 points, six rebounds and seven assists and made 2 of 3 threes, making him 4 of 5 in the tournament. Biggest bucket came on a runner late in the game with the shot clock dwindling.

3 - Cliff Alexander: On a day Tennessee’s entire team had 11 defensive rebounds, Alexander had four of his team’s 18 offensive rebounds.
 

4 - Wayne Selden Jr.:  Contributed a strong defensive game, showed his passing skills, held his own on the boards and totaled 12 points, four rebounds, four assists and a steal.

5 - Brannen Greene: The lead had shrunk from 13 points to two points and Tennessee had an answer for every pass until the ball landed in Greene’s hands. Tightly guarded on the right wing, he released a three. The buzzer sounded when it was in the air and the lead quickly became five points with 8:24 left.
 

6 - Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk: Contributed seven points in 19 minutes and made 1 of 3 threes, making him 4 of 18 on the season. His touch is so soft that once he gets more accustomed to college basketball he’ll start dropping those shots.

7 - Landen Lucas: Had three points and five boards in 12 minutes. Missed a shot under the hoop.
 

8 - Devonté Graham: Limited to seven minutes, he scored two points and had a turnover.
 

9 - Jamari Traylor: Passes sometimes seem to catch him by surprise, a factor in his three turnovers in 12 minutes. Defenses don’t always treat him as a scoring threat, which enables them to pay more attention to Ellis.
 

10 - Kelly Oubre: Two-day totals: Nine minutes, two points, no rebounds, no assists, four fouls, four turnovers.

SEASON STANDINGS

Cliff Alexander - 43

Perry Ellis - 41

Wayne Selden Jr. - 41

Frank Mason III - 36

Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk - 32

Jamari Traylor - 26

Devonté Graham - 24

Brannen Greene - 24

Landen Lucas - 22

Kelly Oubre Jr. - 13

Hunter Mickelson - 6

Reply 3 comments from Rodney Crain Stupidmichael Asad Zoberi

Ellis, Mason, Selden lead KU in Orlando opener

1 - Perry Ellis: Did a terrific job of posting up and dunking with authority. Played very much like the go-to guy his coach wants him to be and did a nice job of helping off onto Rhode Island’s E.C. Matthews when he got to the paint. Foul trouble limited Ellis to 24 minutes, time enough to total 17 points and four rebounds.

2 - Frank Mason III: Did a nice job of running the team and hitting shots, especially late in the shot clock. Totaled 12 points, five assists and a steal without turning it over in 30 minutes. Made both three-pointers and both free throws.

3 - Wayne Selden Jr.: Did a nice job checking E.C. Matthews by keeping him from going left a lot. When Matthews blew past him, Selden received help from experienced big men. Contributed 10 points, seven rebounds, two blocked shots and a steal and had just one turnover in 37 minutes.

4 - Cliff Alexander: Picked up two quick fouls, which limited him to six first-half minutes off the bench. Played aggressively in a strong second half. Scored well and rebounded well in traffic and totaled nine points and eight rebounds in 21 minutes on the night.

5 - Devonté Graham: Aggravated his shoulder in the second half and still was able to re-enter the game. Made strong contributions in multiple ways when he was on the floor. Scored 10 points, despite attempting only two field goals, both of which he made, one from long range. Played 15 minutes and didn’t turn it over. Uses his quick hands the way Brady Morningstar used to, pecking at the basketball to annoy the man he’s guarding.

6 - Landen Lucas: Started and played 16 minutes. Did a nice job of playing help defense and totaled four points and four rebounds with two steals.

7 - Brannen Greene: Didn’t have a great shooting night but brought energy and attentiveness on defense. Made just 2 of 8 shots, but was 2 of 5 from three. Looks more comfortable than as a freshman.

8 - Jamari Traylor: Had a couple of defensive lapses and had four personal fouls and three turnovers in 16 minutes. Also had two blocked shots and two steals on a night he totaled six points and four rebounds.

9 - Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk: Moves so well without the ball, or with it for that matter, but hasn’t mastered the art of slowing himself down in time to square himself for his shots. Once he makes that adjustment, he’ll start making shots.

10 - Kelly Oubre Jr.: Transition to the perimeter going slowly so far. Played just four minutes, turned it over twice and committed three fouls.
  11 - Hunter Mickelson: Picked up a rebound and couldn’t convert a shot in three minutes.

SEASON STANDINGS

Cliff Alexander - 35

Wayne Selden Jr. - 34

Perry Ellis - 31

Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk - 27

Frank Mason III - 27

Jamari Traylor - 24

Devonté Graham - 21

Brannen Greene - 18

Landen Lucas - 18

Kelly Oubre Jr. - 12

Hunter Mickelson - 6

Reply 1 comment from Darwin Dandy

‘Svi for three?’ More like Svi for No. 1

1 - Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk: Scored all 10 of his points in a span of 3:10 in the first half. He buried two threes, saved a ball, ducked behind the defense and got it back for an easy bucket and had a put-back in transition.

2 - Wayne Selden Jr.: Went out of his way to show younger teammates the value of passing the ball and on a night he didn’t score a point he had a career-high nine assists, seven in the first half.

3 - Cliff Alexander: Totaled 10 points and four rebounds in nine first-half minutes, scoring in a wide assortment of ways. Did or didn’t do a couple of things that displeased the coach in the opening two minutes of the second half and didn’t check back in until the four-minute mark, and then quickly gave way to the walk-ons.

4 - Brannen Greene: He, more than anybody, needed a big shooting night to bring confidence with him to Orlando. He made 5 of 7 shots, 2 of 4 three-pointers and 5 of 5 free throws to finish with 17 points in 19 minutes.

5 - Perry Ellis: Played 26 minutes against a short team and came away with just three rebounds. On the flip side, he showed how well he knows how to make himself available for post passes and he made 5 of 6 field goals and scored 17 points.

6 - Frank Mason III: Played at a fast tempo for most of the night and totaled seven points, five rebounds and four assists.

7 - Landen Lucas: Started and produced nine points, four rebounds, a blocked shot and two steals on a night he made all three shots, including a mid-range jumper.

8 - Jamari Traylor: Blocked two shots, had three assists and scored six points in 21 minutes off the bench. Had just two rebounds.

9 - Hunter Mickelson: Hustled his way to six points, two rebounds and a blocked shot in five minutes.

10 - Kelly Oubre: Hasn’t played with exceptional energy yet and still appears to thinking more than just playing basketball. The talent’s there, he just hasn’t gotten out of the way of it yet. Totaled five points, four boards and two assists in 15 minutes.

SEASON STANDINGS

Cliff Alexander - 27

Wayne Selden Jr. - 25

Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk - 24

Jamari Traylor - 20

Perry Ellis - 20

Frank Mason III - 17

Devonté Graham - 14

Brannen Greene - 13

Landen Lucas - 12

Kelly Oubre Jr. - 10

Hunter Mickelson - 5

Reply 7 comments from Titus Canby Jayhawkmarshall Len Shaffer Dale Rogers Cshjhawk Rodney Crain

Avery, Sendish stand out in KU’s 37-point loss at OU

1 - Corey Avery: The freshman’s talents translate better to elite competition than can be said of most players on KU’s roster. He had 70 of his teams 103 total yards, picking up 38 on the ground on 11 rushes, and turning two receptions into 32 yards.

2 - Cassius Sendish: Picked up a wet, fumbled football and returned it 63 yards for a touchdown.

3 - Ben Heeney: Forced a fumble, was credited with a quarterback hurry and had nine tackles, one for a loss.

4 - JaCorey Shepherd: Had a pass breakup on a day OU passed for just 39 yards. Lone kickoff return went for 25 yards.

5 - Jimmay Mundine: Caught three of his team’s eight completed passes for 27 of KU’s 84 passing yards.

6 - Jake Love: Was caught out of position at times, but also made plays. Had five tackles, 1.5 for losses.

7 - Nigel King: Did a good job of getting open, but passes were thrown just out his reach. Caught one for 13 yards.

8 - Isaiah Johnson: Caught out of position on potential tackles, but in position enough to be in on 12 tackles.

9 - T.J. Semke: Recovered a fumble two plays after Oklahoma did the same on a botched snap-and-catch on a punt.

10 - Tyler Holmes: In on three tackles, one for a loss.

SEASON STANDINGS

Ben Heeney - 71

JaCorey Shepherd - 64

Corey Avery - 49

Michael Reynolds - 45

Nick Harwell - 44

Jimmay Mundine - 41

Nigel King - 39

Michael Cummings - 31

Tony Pierson - 30

Dexter McDonald - 29

Jake Love - 27

Cassius Sendish - 24

De’Andre Mann - 20

Justin McCay - 11

Victor Simmons - 11

Montell Cozart - 10

Trevor Pardula - 10

Isaiah Johnson - 10

Andrew Bolton - 9

Tedarian Johnson - 8

Fish Smithson - 6

Tevin Shaw - 6

Courtney Arnick - 4

Joe Dineen - 3

T.J. Semke - 2

Pat Lewandowski - 1

Ben Goodman - 1

Tyler Holmes - 1

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