Wide Receiver Shawn Thomas. He's a bit of an unknown still but Thomas is a wideout worthy of FBS recruiting attention. He's a longer possession-type in comparison to the other standout junior college wideouts in the region like Brandon Snell, Anthony Autry, or Paul Harris.
It will be about having a very productive season and putting on a show to impress the FBS programs this year. They're all waiting to see what Thomas does in actual games. They like the skill set they saw out of him in the Spring.
Offensive Guard Byron Rich. He's one of the better interior offensive linemen in the junior college ranks this year. Rich projects to be a guard or a center at the next level. He's a bit undersized but makes up for it with his quickness and agility, to go along with a nastiness many programs desire in an interior lineman.
Kansas State will be looking to add a center for their 2015 class and dipping into the junior colleges could make sense, leaving Rich as a definite possibility at some point.
Defensive Tackle Walvenski Aime. He's a very large body at 6-foot-5 and 285 pounds. Aime is under the radar now but if his productivity this season matches his measurables and overall skill set, he could be a breakout prospect in regards to recruiting attention the next few months. He's long and powerful for a defensive tackle and will intrigue many schools with his potential, but he'll have to put it all together on the field this year.
Safety James Gray. He's probably the top prospect and most sure thing on the Fort Scott C.C. roster. Gray holds an offer from Kansas but I expect more to come his way as the season progresses. He's a rangy safety with a ton of athleticism as a run and jump athlete.
Fort Scott C.C. Prospect Report
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