Missouri Football Coaches Set For Busy Two Weeks of June Camp Season

The Missouri football coaching staff will be busy in the first half of June.

The University of Missouri football coaching staff will be busy in June as they traverse the state and key recruiting areas trying to get a closer look at high school football prospects. 

Barry Odom and Co. will host seven different camps in Columbia, St. Louis and Kansas City over the first two weeks of June while also working at several satellite camps in Illinois, Texas, Alabama, Georgia and Mississippi. 

The camp season begins on June 1 in Columbia with the Tiger Football Elite Prospect Camp I from 3-6 p.m. CT at the Missouri Athletics Training Complex.

Mizzou will host camps in the St. Louis (June 5, at Kirkwood High School) and Kansas City (June 7, at Park Hill High School) areas before hosting another camp in Columbia on Thursday, June 9. 

The Missouri coaching staff will participate in camps — along with other power five conference schools — in Texas hosted by University of Mary Hardin-Baylor at several different sites from June 2-4. 

On June 3, Missouri coaches will participate in a camp at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College along with coaches from LSU, Auburn and Ole Miss. 

There are two camps on June 8 in Illinois — at North Central College in Naperville (with Purdue and South Dakota State coaches) and at Lake Park High School in Roselle (with Minnesota, Michigan State and others).  

The Tigers will also be participating in a Georgia State camp on June 8 in Atlanta, along with Mississippi coaches.

On June 11, they will be a part of the Samford Mega Camp in Birmingham, Ala., along with Georgia, Alabama, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Iowa and several other schools. 

Missouri coaches will also be hosting their Tiger Team Camp (for individuals) from June 9-11 in Columbia, then the Tiger Youth Football Camp (for kids entering games one through eight) on June 12 before holding the Tiger Football Specialist/Kicking Camp on June 14 in conjunction with Kohl’s Kicking coaches.

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