1. D.J. Beshears: On the final drive he returned the kick 51 yards, gained 18 yards on a reverse and got open at the goal line and bulled his way into the end zone after catching Jordan Webb’s pass.
2. Jordan Webb: In the best game of his career, he completed 21 of 30 for 281 yards and three touchdowns and did not throw an interception.
3. James Sims: Powerful and shifty, Sims made some of his toughest runs out of the wildcat formation when the defense was screaming, “Wildcat, it’s a run.” Gained 110 yards and ran for two touchdowns and caught two passes for 49 yards.
4. Kale Pick: Noticed the safety head to an underneath route and took off to find himself wide open for Webb. Had three catches for 55 yards, including the 36-yard touchdown.
5. Tim Biere: Showed strong hands with four catches for 49 yards and blocked well.
6. Duane Zlatnik: One of the most improved players on the roster gets better as the game progresses.
7. Darrian Miller: Shifty, shifty runner averaged 5.7 yards on 10 carries.
8. Tony Pierson: Even with his 72-yard touchdown called back because of a holding penatly, Pierson averaged 9.2 yards on four carries.
9. Tanner Hawkinson: Needed to improve as a run-blocker and he has.
10. Brandon Bourbon: Showed his speed, power and determination on a 22-yard run.
The Keegan Ratings: Season Standings
1. James Sims (14 points)
2. Jordan Webb (13 points)
T3. JaCorey Shepherd (10 points)
T3. Tony Pierson (10 points)
T3. D.J. Beshears (10 points)
T6. Steven Johnson (9 points)
T6. Darrian Miller (9 points)
8. Toben Opurum (8 points)
9. Kale Pick (7 points)
10. Tim Biere (6 points)
11. Duane Zlatnik (5 points)
12. Jeremiah Hatch (3 points)
T13. Tunde Bakare (2 points)
T13. Tanner Hawkinson (2 points)
T15. Daymond Patterson (1 point)
T15. Brandon Bourbon (1 point)