ENGLEWOOD, Colo. --Shane Ray put up monstrous statistics during his final season at Missouri, leading to consensus All-America honors and the SEC Defensive Player of the Year award. Here are some of his best as he moves on to the next level.
1 - Ray scored one career touchdown at Missouri, a 73-yard scoop-and-score against Oklahoma State that sealed a win in the final minute of the 2014 Cotton Bowl.
4.64 - His 40-yard dash time at the Tigers' pro day, which would have ranked seventh among edge rushers at the NFL Combine.
5 - Fumbles forced in his career at Missouri, including three in 2014.
10 - The length in feet of Ray's broad jump at his pro day.
11 - The number of defensive players from Missouri that have been drafted by NFL teams since 2009. Ray is the fifth of those to go in the first round.
14.5 - Ray's sack tally during 2014, a Missouri single-season record. It also was tops in the SEC and ranked third in the nation.
22.5 - Total tackles for loss in 2014, which also led the SEC and ranked third in the nation.
33.5 - Height in inches of Ray's vertical jump at his pro day.
65 - Total tackles by Ray during his final season.