Athletics Misc (1320)
|#27 Clay Drouillard|
|6-0||Shawnee Mission Northwest HS|
Personal: Clayton Wayne Drouillard is from Shawnee, Kansas...His parents are Jeff and Kelly Drouillard and he has one sibling, Wade...He attended Shawnee Mission Northwest High School where he competed in track and field, basketball, and football...He was involved in Cougars Commitment to the Community, Morning Glory Ministry, and City Union Mission... He was a 3.0 Honor Roll student twice and 4.0 Honor Roll once....He chose Baker over Simpson and St. Olaf for its football program, coaches, dual-sport opportunity, and the atmosphere. Majoring in Accounting.
|#22 Indie Allen|
2015: Named Heart Special Teams Player of the Week on Nov. 2, after his punt block and recovery for a TD in the win over Central Methodist on Oct. 31.
Personal: Indie Blaine Allen is from Holton, Kansas. His parents are Aaron and Erika Allen. He attended Holton High School where he participated in football, baseball, basketball, and track.. He was also involved in 4-H, JCYC, and Notables. He was Honorable Mention State Qualifier, All-County Offense and Defense 2013-2014, and All-League Offense and Defense 2013-2014. Favorite memory was winning state. He chose Baker over other schools because of the facilities, people, and their successful football team. Majoring in Wildlife Management.
|#21 Darrian Winston|
|Junior||Midwest City, Okla.|
2015: In his first season with the 'Cats, selected to the 2015 Heart of America Athletic Conference First Team All-Conference defensive team...Finished the season with 46 tackles along with a team-high seven interceptions...Also had 0.5 tackles for loss.
|#15 Akim Francis|
2015: In his first season with the Wildcats, Francis was selected to the 2015 Heart of America Athletic Conference Second Team All-Conference...He finished second on the team in tackles with 84 and tacked on 10.5 tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks, two interceptions and recovered three fumbles.
|#12 Camden Wheatley|
|6-0||Shawnee Heights HS|
Personal: Camden Guy Wheatley is from Topeka, Kansas, and is the son of Bill and Tara Wheatley. Camden has two siblings; Brayden and Aaron. Camden attended Shawnee Heights where he led the Thunderbirds to the Sub State game for the first time in school history. In high school, he was awarded Honorable Mention All-City and All-State, Top 100 Seniors, 2nd Team All-League, and City Offensive Newcomer of the Year. His greatest sports memory was defeating Pittsburg as heavy underdogs in the Sectional Championship. Camden was also a 3-year letterman in Basketball. He chose Baker over Fort Scott, Bethany, and William Jewell for the outstanding academics as well as the competitive nature of the football program. Majoring in Electrical Engineering.