In recent years the state of Missouri has produced a solid number of quarterbacks who have went on to play major college football. Blaine Gabbert, Nathan Scheelhaase, and Jordan Webb are few who are currently starting at their schools on the D1 level.
The 2012 class in the state looks like it has the potential to produce a few more to join the college ranks. One of those players is SLUH QB Trevor McDonagh.
the 6'2" 190lb McDonagh, who was recently named first team All-MCC quarterback, and has been selected to participate at the US Army National Combine in San Antonio (TX) in January, threw for 2,465 yards and 24 TDs while completing 60% of his passes as a junior.
He recently attended Missouri's big victory over Oklahoma and shared his thoughts on the experience.
"The Missouri game was great. the atmopshere was crazy", said McDonagh.
ShowMePreps.com caught up with Trevor after a recent game and spoke to him about his season, self as a player and early recruitment in this exclusive video.