The true sophomore was a major factor in West Virginia's play against the pass and the run. He provided solid support against the Golden Knights' ground game, and was also effective at covering many of UCF's short and medium passing routes. Lorello was credited with 10 tackles on the day, including six solo stops.
Henry had five receptions, which were good for 123 or WVU's 161 yards through the air. His fourth quarter 79-yard touchdown reception with 9:50 to go in the game gave the Mountaineers a 22 point lead and finally ended any UCF hopes of an upset.