ShowMeMizzouTV: Kemp Overcomes Adversity

Missouri WR Wes Kemp discusses his recent success and overcoming adversity he has face, plus the OU Sooners
October 22, 2010

ShowMeMizzouTV: Wes Kemp

Tiger Wide Receiver Wes Kemp chats with about spring ball
April 1, 2010

Early Look 2010: Wide Receiver/ Tight End

We breakdown who will be in the mix for the 2010 receiving corps heading into spring
January 18, 2010

Breaking down Mizzou's offense

While most people remain skeptical about the young players producing right away for the Tigers, they keep working hard in every practice and have looked better than expected. What can you expect from each position on offense this season? Go inside this FREE READ to get a close look at the 2009 Mizzou offense.
September 3, 2009

Position Preview: Wide Receiver

Continuing in our preseason coverage of the 2009 Missouri Tigers football season, will break down the Tiger team by position. Today, we look at the question mark that is the receiving corps.
July 19, 2009

Kemp looking forward to having a great spring

Gary Pinkel has said on several occasions there are stars no one knows about already in the Tiger's locker room. Is Wes Kemp one of those future stars? Go inside to see what Kemp has to say about the Tiger's offense this spring and what he is doing to take advantage of an opportunity to get more playing time.
March 16, 2009

Kemp Will Stay In Missouri After All

De Smet Jesuit wide receiver Wes Kemp often teased teammate Robert Steeples by telling him he was going to join him by committing to Missouri, when in reality Kemp was still a member of the Wisconsin Badgers recruiting class. But tonight when Kemp told his MU-bound teammate they'd be lining up together again in college, he wasn't joking.
January 7, 2008

What's Up With Wes?

There have been a lot of rumors lately about St. Louis (Mo.) De Smet wide receiver Wes Kemp. The 6-foot-4, 215-pounder is verbally committed to Wisconsin but the success of his home-state Missouri Tigers has him taking a closer look at things in Columbia.
November 10, 2007