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June 5, 2005
One day camps kick off in St. Louis
McField catches the eye
One of the first players on the scene at the one day camp in St. Louis that caught the eye was Robert McField. The 6-foot-6, tight end from Normandy is back healthy and ready to play.
He suffered an injury as a junior but is back in action. He said several schools are recruiting him as a defensive end or tight end.
"I am taking my time and looking at my options," McField said. "There is no doubt that Missouri is a school I am looking at and at the top of my list."
Speed to Burn
One thing that stood out is there were some underclassmen that did well during the testing part of the camp.
In the upcoming days there will be some discussion on some names that caught our eyes. One of them was Michael Clark of Sumner. And if you blinked you missed him.
Clark turned in what is to be the fastest time at a Missouri camp since Darnell Terrell and Laurence Maroney went one-on-one. Both of them broke into the upper 4.3 range. But that didn't touch Clark.
The rising junior torched the clock for a 4.29 and 4.31. The funny thing is he wasn't happy with it.
"I didn't get off to my best start," he said.
Coslet and Clayborn
Both Bart Coslet and Adrian Clayborn were hanging around each other for part of the camp.
That's because both played AAU basketball together and have known each other for some time. The Missouri staff hopes that Clayborn follows in Coslet's shoes. Coslet committed to Missouri after one of the junior day events in February.
"I have known Adrian for a while," Coslet said. "I don't put too much pressure on him. But I talk to him about playing at Missouri. Hopefully he will decide to play there."
Power Mizzou will have much more reaction and interviews from the one-day camps in the upcoming days along with photo galleries
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