Again once more, a home away from house of types, the Blue-Gray All-American Mix (Heartland Regional) occurred at Kansas Metropolis Chiefs’ Training Facility in St. Joseph (MO).
Just like yr’s past, NFL veterans Mark McMillian and Arlen Harris gave again to the sport and have been the lead instructors on the campus of Missouri Western State College.
No surprise both, esepcially given the monitor document of general talent within the not so distant to past, there have been loads of highlights. That stated, it’s time to take a better take a look at issues.
Abraham Hoskins, QB, Omaha Central (NE): The 6-foot-2 and 175-pound junior has a suggestion from South Dakota State. We wouldn’t be stunned to see Nebraska come on robust.
Joe Campbell, QB, Raytown (MO): Kansas and Kansas State appear to consider in the talent set of the 6-foot and 190-pound junior. Rightfully so given the trouble in this surroundings.
Elliott Brown, QB, Elkhorn South (NE): The 6-1 and 185-pound junior was a natural-born leader and had a robust arm. Drew Huff from Mineral Wells (TX) deserved a mention.
Kyler Semrad, QB, Goddard (KS): The 6-1 and 185-pound sophomore delivered outcomes regardless of being an underclassman. Similar goes for Chris Bradley from Althoff Catholic (IL).
Tre’on Fairgood-Jones, RB, Omaha North (NE): Nebraska and Wyoming are among groups in the operating for a potential commitment from the 5-11 and 175-pound junior.
Ke’Shawn Turner, RB, Liberty North (MO): An enormous body, with another gear too, the 6-2 and 215-pound junior has been in touch with Arkansas State and Illinois State.
Nahshon Rick, RB, Blue Springs South (KS): The 5-10 and 180-pound junior did all of it, both on the ground and in the air. Missouri State and North Dakota are on the radar.
Austin Hollins, RB, Lawrence (KS): With a considerably current go to to Kansas on his resume, the trail to success appears to be notably clear for the 6-1 and 180-pound junior.
Jaylon Walker, RB, Omaha Bryan (NE): South Dakota and Wyoming could possibly be a pair of many attainable landing spots on the subsequent degree for the 5-11 and 218-pound junior.
Jamar Martin, RB, Wichita Northwest (KS): The 6-foot and 175-pound junior was on campus at Kansas and Oklahoma within the not so distant past. That’s an excellent start, to make certain.
Andrew Stephens, RB, Lawson (MO): The 5-9 and 190-pound junior did nicely and will have loads of options at the next degree. Sooner slightly than later, too.
Jaylon Roussell, RB, Omaha Burke (NE): A Huge Ten Conference target, with Nebraska as a potential choice, the 6-1 and 180-pound junior seems to have a shiny future.
Royce Harris, RB, Farmington (MO): The 5-8 and 185-pound junior opened up eyes, with Fred Frazier from Holden (MO) and Tyler Inexperienced from Mill Valley (KS).
Bowen Preddy, RB, Cassville (MO): The 5-11 and 170-pound junior did nicely, as did Kameron Jones from Hazelwood Central (MO) and Da’Jean Worth from Blue Valley West (KS).
Luke Grimm, WR, Raymore-Peculiar (MO): Maybe no one impressed as much because the 6-foot and 175-pound junior. Kansas State and Wyoming are on his record.
Josh Becton, WR, Schlagle (KS): The 5-Eight and 155-pound junior has had feelers from the likes of Illinois State and Southern Illinois. Control those situations.
Deangelo Davis, WR, University Metropolis (MO): A visit to campus with Arkansas built confidence for the 5-11 and 170-pound junior. Now, he must sustain the momentum.
Kyle Taylor, WR, St. Charles Lutheran (MO): A pleasing surprise, the 5-8 and 160-pound freshman proved that he belonged on the large stage. The lights weren’t too vibrant.
Ty Lindenman, WR, Shawnee Mission Northwest (KS): The 5-7 and 150-pound junior went out and proved the naysayers mistaken. Overlook about measurement, he had coronary heart and talent.
C.J. Horton, WR, Fort Scott (KS): Perhaps greatest suited to line up at tight end, the 6-6 and 195-pound junior has a good amount of talent. Blocking would be the key shifting forward.
Blake Anderson, OL, Skutt Catholic (NE): On the roster, yet unavailable, nonetheless with plans to attend another workout, he has provides. Iowa and Nebraska are in the combine.
Kel Stroud, OL, Chapman (KS): Kansas State and South Dakota, either one really, simply may be ideally suited place to call residence sooner or later for the 6-5 and 265-pound junior.
Josh Hull, OL, Humboldt (KS): Great frame, great angle, there was a lot to love concerning the 6-6 and 250-pound junior. Keep in mind his identify, you heard it right here first.
Jayden Oquendo, OL, Maranatha Christian Academy (KS): Not intimidated, the 6-2 and 265-pound freshman performed with the poise of an experienced begin on varsity.
William Jeffries, OL, North Callaway (MO): The 6-Four and 285-pound junior was a pressure to be reckon with in the trenches, so was Cody Crump from Warrenton (MO).
Braden Peterworth, OL, Sutton (NE): The 6-4 and 285-pound junior did nicely, with Spencer Neal from Lockwood (MO) and Jeff Needham from Roncalli Catholic (NE).
Andrew Jarvis, OL, Piper (KS): The 6-5 and 275-pound sophomore held his personal, with Wyatt Roberts from Nebraska Metropolis (NE) and Ryan Gimbert from Olathe West (KS).
Marques Sigle, DB, Omaha North (NE): North Dakota State, Northern Illinois and Wyoming jumped on the bandwagon of the 6-foot and 170-pound junior. Benefit from the journey.
Stefan Black, DB, Blue Springs (MO): With presents from Military, North Dakota State and Northern Illinois, the 6-foot and 180-pound junior is destined to play on Saturdays.
Timmy Muxo, DB, St. Mary’s (MO): The 5-9 and 180-pound junior didn’t back down from anyone or anything. Southern Illinois and Tennessee-Martin are on the board.
Keith Jackson, DB, St. Charles Lutheran (MO): Wanting to see how he measured up towards a number of the greatest around, the 5-11 and 165-pound sophomore acquired the job executed.
Orie Gorse, DB, Arvada West (CO): Fast and physical, the 5-10 and 170-pound junior brought on issues within the secondary, along with Dallas Williams from De Soto (KS).
Clay Griffin, LB, Oak Grove (MO): South Dakota State is just one amongst a handful of faculties to precise diversified levels of curiosity in the 6-2 and 203-pound junior.
D’Anthony Cribbs, LB, Omaha North (NE): There can be nothing fallacious if the 5-9 and 195-pound junior secured a suggestion to South Dakota. Let’s see what occurs.
Mason Thrash, LB, McPherson (KS): If, and when, there was a chance for the 6-2 and 205-pound junior to remain close to residence at Kansas, he’d doubtless take it.
Ben Adelsberger, LB, Liberty (MO): Packages in the Ohio Valley Convention, with Murray State at the forefront, the 5-11 and 218-pound junior is in fine condition.
Drew Edwards, LB, Osage (MO): With a motor that did not stop, and just one gear, full-speed forward, the 6-1 and 195-pound junior definitely left an enduring impression.
Ruben Lenker, LB, Webb City (MO): The 6-foot and 170-pound junior earned the respect of many. Timirance Adams from Shawnee Heights (KS) was in similar class.
Brandon Lane, DL, St. Michaels (MO): Regardless of place, the 6-5 and 250-pound junior may need been better of the bunch. Iowa State and Missouri are in the mix.
Brayden White, DL, Louisburg (KS): The 6-4 and 270-pound junior performed some offensive line, however might find a house on protection. Kansas and Kansas State are interested.
Ben Haynes, DL, Papillion La Vista (NE): The 6-2 and 265-pound junior has some instruments to work and it’s only a matter of time earlier than schools flip their consideration toward him.
Damian Ilalio, DL, Manhattan (KS): Younger and uncooked, perhaps a bit inexperienced, or so it appeared at first, the 6-2 and 240-pound sophomore almost stole the present.
Terrance Crumpton, DL, Junction Metropolis (KS): The 6-3 and 190-pound junior did properly, with Dalton Lunkwitz from North Platte (NE) and Remington Buehler from Camp Point Central (IL).
Jordan Lewis, DL, Lebanon (MO): The 6-3 and 235-pound junior turned heads, with Michael Reynolds from Omaha Central (NE) and Kameron Brown from Riley County (KS).
Editor’s Word: All of the recruits above, in addition to quite a lot of different impressive prospects at this All-American Mix (Regional degree) will shortly receive an exclusive invite to Pink Zone Prospects.
These individuals may have an all-important star score, in addition to a exercise analysis and HUDL evaluation as part of their profiles, for the recruiting convenience of school coaches nationwide.
Also, every member will receive an invite to one of many brand’s upcoming All-American Combines (Tremendous Regional degree), all of them to be held nationwide at NFL venues or school amenities.
Relating to all-important statistics from the nationwide collection of All-American Combines, reminiscent of the newest one, we’ve received you coated. For the numbers, look no additional (click on here).
Value mentioning, periodically and certain within days, extra information about the exercise might be added on this area. Be happy to verify again regularly for the much-needed insight.
Additionally, those that did nicely on this setting, in due time, could possibly be invited to one of the brand’s All-American Bowls held at NFL stadium and nationally broadcast on ESPN’s family of networks.
Video games take place at Dallas Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium, Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Raymond James Stadium, Houston Texans’ NRG Stadium or Jacksonville Jaguars’ EverBank Area, amongst other venues.
Shifting ahead, the Blue-Grey Football Choice Committee will think about quite a lot of various factors earlier than making any sort of determination on potential invitations to the All-American Bowl. Keep tuned.