"I'm no expert, but going by the jawbone, I'm guessing the deer is 5-1/2 years old, but it could be 6-1/2. It's got a lot tines and character, and right now, we have it green scored around 241, with a gross score of a little over 250. If those numbers hold, it will be the 8th all-time largest deer in the state. But Dylan and his family are looking for a tine that broke off. If they find it, there's a chance the deer could be the 3rd largest," Schmitz says. "Last year I worked on another deer that came from the same area as Dylan's buck. It was also nontypical with the same character and it grossed 228 and netted 220, so they're doing something right."