MU St. Louis Camp Recap

Who were the top grid prospects at Missouri football camp held in St. Louis over the weekend? Check out JP Rock's report and photos inside.

The Missouri Tigers football program held it`s annual one day camp in St. Louis today at local college, Washington University. While the numbers were considerably down, the top of the talent level was probably a little better then last year with players such as Adrian Clayborn, Bart Coslet and Jerry Brown in attendance.

Adrian Clayborn

Other players came from as far as Sikeston, Jefferson City, Springfield, Mo, Jerseyville, IL and even suburban Chicago. Local prospects from Hazelwood East, Hazelwood Central, and Beaumont were also at the camp.

One notable new Tiger was also on hand...QB Chase Daniel came to see the prospects at camp in action.

Clayborn and Coslet did not participate in testing or drills. However, Coslet made his presence felt hanging with and talking to other potential prospects including AC and Jerry Brown, Robert McField and others.

It was a very warm sunny day with the temp in the 90`s, so some of the players were feeling the heat early after running forties, testing vertical jumps and seeing how many reps of 185 lbs. they could do.

The best 40 time I witnessed was Sumner junior-to-be and recent state track champion Mike Clark 5`8' 160 RB/CB, who ran a scorching 4.3.

Junior LaMark Brown

Speaking of juniors to be, look for Hazelwood West RB/S Lamark Brown 6`4" 215lbs who ran a 4.6 40 and had impressive vertical and bench scores to be a hot target for the Tigers next year.

While we are on the subject of the class of 2007, Jefferson City brought two impressive junior lineman in Terrell Resonno 6`5" 255 lbs. and DE Richard Johnson 6`3" 230 lbs. Both had nice camps and Resonno is an incredible athlete with great quickness, speed and a 32"+ vertical. The Jays also brought a senior to be sleeper lineman in 6`5" 240lb Chigbogu Anunoby. I was told that Anunoby is newer to football, but showed very good athleticism for his size.

Jerry Brown was very impressive in TE drills. He has great hands and moves for a player his size.

Kingsley Ehie, the big running back from Springfield Hillcrest ran a ran a 4.59 40 and looked as strong as advertised. Ehie is a player getting more and more attention from D1 schools.

Fellow senior to be WR Sergio Kahn 6`3" 190 was also at the camp. Kahn was the most impressive in WR drills.

Niles Brinkley CB from Beaumont did not attend. His younger brother Beaumont QB and class of 2007 Leon Brinkley told me that Niles just got back from an Iowa camp.

A player to keep an eye on that I was told has caught the interest of Tiger coaches is Robert McField 6`6" 235 DE from Normandy. I have posted about McField on the recruiting board as a sleeper. He transferred in from Hazelwood East and had a good season posting 9 sacks only to suffer a knee injury. He reports that the knee is fine now.

Another new name to mention is Carlos Bisch, 5`11" 175 RB/DB from Festus St. Pius. Bisch said Missouri, Arkansas, Illinois and other schools are showing interest in him so far, but others will likely join this player's recruiting list. He pumped out 12 reps on the bench press, to go along with his 4.5 40 time.

This is the first of several reports on the St. Louis and other camps. Stay tuned to for more.

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