Texas 10: Week 14 power rankings 

December, 3, 2012
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HornsNation wraps up its rankings of Texas' players for the season:

1. Kenny Vaccaro: Senior safety did not disappoint in his final season, including game against Kansas State, which he finished with 12 tackles. Does so much for defense you’d think there were two of him. Led Texas with 59 solo tackles and 99 total tackles, had two interceptions and forced three fumbles. Up next: The NFL.

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Peter G. Aiken/Getty ImagesSenior safety Kenny Vaccaro has been Texas' defensive leader and best player this season.
2. Alex Okafor: Ankle injury suffered against TCU kept him from playing against Kansas State, but didn’t dampen a solid senior season. Led Texas with 12 tackles for loss, eight sacks and 18 quarterback hurries, many of which came after fellow DE Jackson Jeffcoat was sidelined with injury.
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