Monday, January 25, 2010
Lawrence, Stuckey, Wall shine at East-West Shrine Game
By ESPN.com staff
Several Big 12 players likely helped themselves in the upcoming NFL draft with big performances at the East-West Shrine Game. Kansas safety Darrell Stuckey bounced back from some positional struggles earlier in the week to lead the West team in tackles in the East team's 13-10 victory in the 85th annual game Saturday in Orlando, Fla. Here's a look at former Big 12 players and what they did in the game. All of them played for the West team.
- Stuckey notched a team-high six solo tackles and seven tackles total.
- Texas Tech cornerback Jamar Wall had six total tackles (five solo, one assist) and broke up three passes.
- Texas kicker Hunter Lawrence converted a 47-yard field goal in his only attempt, added a point after touchdown and averaged 62 yards on three kickoffs.
- Kansas quarterback Todd Reesing completed 2 of 5 passes for 11 yards and also rushed twice for 11 yards.
- Oklahoma State running back Keith Toston rushed four times for 9 yards.