When it comes to letting the cat out of the bag on huge bucks, the Boone and Crockett Club typically plays it close to the vest. Often they caution journalists against jumping to conclusions on whether some new giant deer will even make it into the book, let alone find a way into the Top 10. Things have changed. Although the buck has yet to be panel scored, Boone and Crockett announced via Facebook that Tim Beck's massive Indiana non-typical whitetail will go down as the second largest, hunter-killed non-typical in history--No. 4 of all-time. The only buck larger is Tony Lovstuen's Iowa monster, which taped out at 307 5/8.