This year, Love not only attended the team camp, but caught the attention of Mizzou coaches enough that they asked him to come to their one day camp for an extended evaluation.
Following his camp performance, I wrote the this about him in my camp report:
"DaVondre Love OT Affton (MO): Tuesday was the best DaVondre has looked in a camp or combine setting that I have been watching him in the past few years. You can really tell that he has been putting in the work just since the beginning of this year to improve himself physically and as a football player. His HS coach, Dan Oliver, spoke to me about the changes in DaVondre, and how hard he is working to be the best he can be. With a very high ceiling, the best he can be is a bit of an unknown still. Coming in at 6'7" 288 pounds 5.5 forty and 21" vertical, Love displays some unique athleticism for a lineman his size. He doesn't run as fast or jump as high as Tanner Owen, but he moves exceptionally well and have very good quickness and feet. He runs very well and is extremely coachable. The possibility that he can be a high level college offensive lineman is there if everything clicks for him, and his strength, technique and desire all come together for him. He already has an offer from Syracuse, and it appears as though Mizzou is paying close attention. They may have to have a serious discussion about him. He moves better then a lot of the highly regarded OLs in the 2014 in-state class, including Rod Johnson who went to Florida State."
After camp, ShowMeMizzou.com spoke with Love about his camp experience and thoughts on Mizzou in this video.