RICKY RAY, QB
He's not playing to his full potential so far this year. But where would this team be without him?
"Lost," said Trevor Gaylor.
Calm, cool and collected all of the time, Ray can beat any team on any night when he brings his A game.
ADAM BRAIDWOOD, DE
He could be the future stud of the D-line. Three sacks without a full-time role in the first half.
"The one thing he has done is progress. He's going to be a star for a long time," predicted Edmonton D-line coach Dennis Winston.
MIKE MAURER, FB
Every team in the league would probably love to have him. His snaps are nearly flawless, has dependable hands out of the backfield, tied for the league lead in special teams tackles and is as tough as nails.