Wake Forest Honor Roll
Tajh Boyd: It was a monster game for the Tigers' senior quarterback, with 311 yards and three touchdowns passing, a team-high 69 yards and a touchdown rush. He keeps finding new records to break - his interception-free streak the most notable from Saturday - and he knows how to win.
Sammy Watkins: Wake Forest had to know it was coming, but it didn't matter - he ran through contact for a deep ball from Boyd and gave the Tigers the early spark they needed to get the offense rolling. This 100-yard receiving day was the ninth of his career.
D.J. Howard: Finally, fans got to see what Howard can do in the open field - run for daylight. His nifty move and speed burst turned a short swing pass into a big-play touchdown.
Zac Brooks: His 10-yard touchdown run in the first quarter was a product of speed, power and determination.
Cole Stoudt: Mr. Perfection strikes again, this time with a 10-of-11 passing performance, for 90 yards and a touchdown. He may be the best backup QB in college football.
Adam Humphries: He stepped up with six catches for a career-best 67 yards.
Jordan Leggett: Three catches for 38 yards, including an 18-yarder for a touchdown on which he showed both his hands and footwork.
Mike Williams: His sliding touchdown catch was the first of his career, and he stepped into starting lineup and looked like he belonged.
Martavis Bryant: He sat the first half, but then showed his stuff with a pair of catches on a touchdown drive. It was his blocking that caught his coaches' attention, however.
Daniel Rodriguez: He had an impressive game of 'almosts' - first a near-touchdown, and then a step away from breaking a long punt return.
Bradley Pinion: He's a weapon with the ball at his foot - either punting or kicking off.
Stephone Anthony: His forced fumble helped keep the Tigers rolling in the second half.
Bashuad Breeland: He shared the team lead for tackles with five, including two behind the line of scrimmage and a sack. His coaches say he's playing the best football of his career.
Vic Beasley: Last week's national defensive player of the week picked up another sack, caused and fumble and broke up a pass.
Jayron Kearse: He took a big first step toward becoming a regular-rotation performer at safety.
Korrin Wiggins: Like Kearse, he's making the defense better.
Ben Boulware: The freshman plays with relentless drive and energy, and has a nose for the football, whether on kick coverage or snaring his first interception at the middle linebacker spot.
Shaq Anthony: He stepped on as a starter on the offensive line and got the job done.
Quandon Christian: He got into the sack attack and had four stops.
Martin Jenkins: He started and was active in pass coverage and run support early, before popping his shoulder 'out.' A few painful minutes later, he was ready to come back in the game if needed.
C.J. Davidson: Two one-yard touchdown runs. Dabo Swinney says he'll play more as he develops within the 'big picture' of the offense.