Cody Schrader was named one of the top ballers of Week 11 by Dan Mullen.

The ESPN analyst and former SEC head coach shared his Week 11 top offensive performances (excluding quarterbacks) on Tuesday. He slotted Schrader, the only SEC player to make the list, at No. 4.

Schrader made Mizzou history as he helped lead the Tigers to a lopsided win over Tennessee. Schrader became the first Mizzou player to crack triple digits in rushing and receiving yards in the same game (205 rushing, 116 receiving). In fact, Schrader is the first Tiger to go 90-90 or better in a game. His 321 total yards of offensive are second only among single-game performances to Devin West’s legendary 333-yard outing in 1998 against Kansas.

Schrader and the Tigers look to keep the momentum in Week 12 against Florida. Last time the Gators came to Columbia, Mizzou won 24-23 in overtime. Mullen was fired the day after the game.

Eli Drinkwitz’s squad has its sights set on getting to 10 wins and making a New Year’s Six bowl game. MU and UF face off at 7:30 p.m. ET on Saturday. The game will air on ESPN.