The largest non-typical whitetail buck as of 2015 received a score of 333 7/8 from the Boone and Crockett Club, per their website at Boone-Crockett.org. The buck had nineteen points on its right antler and twenty-five points on its left antler for a total of forty-four points.
The Boone and Crockett Club separates whitetail bucks into either typical or non-typical deer. A non-typical buck has antlers that grow in all directions and generally have more points, resulting in a higher Boone and Crockett Score. Typical bucks have antlers that grow only in a vertical fashion. The largest typical whitetail buck received a score of 213 5/8 and had six points on its left antler and eight points on its right antler for a total of fourteen points.