Kansas State’s 7-6 football season was filled with ups and downs. Here is a look back at the best and worst of 2010:
Best Offensive Player: Daniel Thomas. For two seasons, he was Kansas State’s defining player. The offense revolved around him, and he finished his senior season with 1,585 yards and 19 touchdowns.
Best Defensive Player: David Garrett. K-State’s defense didn’t have much to be proud of in 2010, but Garrett was consistently strong. The junior cornerback led the Wildcats with 92 tackles (15 for loss), broke up nine passes and made an interception.
Best Special Teams Player: William Powell. It’s too bad Powell suffered a season-ending injury against Texas, because he was a really exciting player. The senior led the nation with a kick return average of 34.6 yards.