“Brayton has a great knack for finding his way to the football, especially when it’s in the air,” Ulerick said. “As slow as it looks like he’s running he can cover ground in a hurry and has big strides and breaks on the ball. He still has two more years. I don’t know what the school record for interceptions it should be his goal to break that record.”
DB — Marcus Record, Logansport
Record, a 5-10, 180-pound senior, was one of the few Berries who started on both sides of the ball throughout most of the season.
On defense he had 26 tackles which included 19 solo tackles, 14 assists and three tackles for a loss and an interception.
On offense from his halfback position the speedster had 535 yards rushing and 4 TDs and averaged 9.9 yards per carry. He added a receiving TD.
“Marcus on both sides of the ball was a phenomenal athlete and obviously was our most explosive big-play guy,” Urban said. “He was a team player. On Shelton’s biggest runs, Marcus was the lead blocker. When we threw the ball people had to worry about stopping him. The biggest thing offensively is we made sure to get him the ball because the more we did that the more chances we had of him making a big play and that was a big factor for us.”