WENTZVILLE, Mo. — Six Star Football held its Camp & Combine showcase event on Sunday at Heartland Park outside of St. Louis, drawing several talented prospects from across the region.
Here, we look at several of the day’s most talented senior wide receiver prospects from Missouri.
Kaidan Armstead, 5’10, 161, WR, 2021, Liberty North @K_Armstead1
Power Ball: 29 Broad Jump: 8’10 Shuttle: 4.06 40-Yard Dash: 4.65
Armstead is a big time athlete that can make some huge things happen for Liberty North. Armstead was a very impressive combine performer at the 6Star Football Combine in St. Louis with a very fast shuttle time of 4.06, a 4.65 mark in the 40 yard dash, and a big time 8’10 distance in the broad jump, no doubt Armstead really had a nice showing in St. Louis at the event. A flyer and major acceleration play making WR that shows another gear and is a very impressive play maker with big time speed. Have to love what he is capable of and his athletic skills are impressive for sure.
Devin Bledsoe, 6’3, WR, 2021, Orchard Farm @devinbledsoe03
Power Ball: 32.5 Broad Jump: 9’0 Shuttle: 4.38 40-Yard Dash: 4.87
An underrated player who has a lot to offer overall. Bledsoe is a multiple position prospect who can cover receivers, make tackles and explode for big plays as a receiver himself. He’s a productive player who has a high IQ to go along with a tall and mobile frame. This season he had 40 tackles with 25 solo, five four loss one sack and two fumble recoveries. He also had 436 yards coming through the air and three touchdowns while averaging 19 yards per reception. He just knows how to make plays and he continues to develop. He currently holds offers from Westminster and Illinois College.
Niseme Brewer, 6’1, 170, WR, 2021, Lee’s Summit @brewer_niseme
Lee’s Summit’s WR core was very well represented at the 6Star Football Combine and no doubt one of the upperclassmen that has been impressive is Niseme Brewer. No doubt Brewer at 6-1 is a bigger target and a player that we think could be a big time next level play maker for a college needing a good WR. Is a receiver that can make some outstanding highlight grabs and is a very good hands guy that can haul in some big time plays. Could be a great next level play maker with his good hands and great athletic skills. No doubt one big time play making athlete to watch for.
David Collins, 6’0.5, WR, 2021, McCluer @davidco38243225
Power Ball: 28 Broad Jump: 9’1 Shuttle: 4.47 40-Yard Dash: 4.73
A very impressive play maker for McCluer and a guy that was a veteran and senior leader at WR for them in 2020. David has a good long 6-1 inch frame and is a player that also shows a nice set of play making hands for a WR ready for the next level. Collins is a player that can also shows some very quick footwork and one of his best assets are movement to get open along with having a very nice set of hands that can catch just about anything you throw his way. No doubt a senior standout that should be a college prospect with his size and skillset to make big plays.
Kenneth Hamilton, 5’9, 174, WR, 2021, CBC @1khamilton3
Power Ball: 29.5 Broad Jump: 8’6 Shuttle: 4.44 40-Yard Dash: 4.68
Hamilton is a very impressive play making WR and recently committed to play at St. Louis’ Washington University in St. Louis. He had a nice outing at the 6Star Football Combine with a 8’6 broad jump and also posted a 4.68 time in the 40 yard dash. For the 2020 season Hamilton scored three TDs, had 346 receiving yards, and averaged a very impressive 17/3 yards per reception for CBC. Is a player that does a very nice job of making big plays out of short routes, makes the catch, then can really motor up the field for huge gains with nice up the sideline speed. A player that can also block well when needed and a player that is a natural play maker and a dangerous open field WR to have to cover and defend against. Hamilton earned Second Team All-Conference honors at WR.
Marquis Hawkins, 6’2.75, 175, WR, 2021, McCluer @Marquis8Hawkins
Power Ball: 25 Broad Jump:9’0 Shuttle: 4.44 40-Yard Dash: 5.07
A good looking and taller senior WR prospect from McCluer, Hawkins has a nice bigger frame at 6-2 inches tall and is a player that should on some college radars with his size and skillset. Marquis is a player that can make nothing into something with his yards after catch and speedy feet, Hawkins is always capable of making a five yard catch and turning it into a 50 yard touchdown play. Has good hands and gets behind the defense very well as a player that can be a big time open field threat play maker on the move. Holds offers from Missouri Baptist. U. of Saint Mary, Defiance, Bethany College.
Joshua Johnston, 153, WR, 2021, Fort Zumwalt East @Joshua_Eric_J
Power Ball: 31 Broad Jump: 8’10 Shuttle: 4.37 40-Yard Dash: 4.40
Looking at a very impressive play maker in the senior sensation from Fort Zumwalt East, Johnston is a player that can make the big plays and has a rocket fast 4.40 time in the 40 yard dash at the 6Star Football Combine in St. Louis. Also impressed with a distance of 8’10 in the broad jump and had a 4.37 in the shuttle. Was named a 1st Team All Conference Offensive Athlete and Defensive Back. The impressive senior holds offers from Quincy and Benedictine. No doubt a next level player that should grab some nice looks and attention.
Ryan Kell, 6’0, 155, WR, 2021, Borgia @RyanKell30
Power Ball: 27 Broad Jump: 8’7 Shuttle: 4.19 40-Yard Dash: 4.78
Kell is a very impressive play maker and one of the seniors that make some very big plays for Borgia. Had a very impressive showing at the 6Star Football Combine with impressive numbers in the shuttle 4.19 and the broad jump with a distance of 8’7. A very fine athlete who reads plays well and he doesn’t look to waste time after the snap, getting a quick read and then going for the ball. An impressive defensive player who has recorded 30 tackles (tied for most tackles throughout the first three games with teammate Brady Kleeklsmp), 18 of which solo. A solid two-way player who can make solid offensive plays, but may be a big defensive stock riser. Has the talent to be an impact maker at either WR or DB. Kell had 106 total tackles (8th in the state), 12 receptions for 192 yards and 3 receiving TDs, 2 interceptions (1 pick six), two forced fumbles (one forced and returned for a touchdown by Kell), two defensive touchdowns, 7 returns for 174 yards (one punt return TD). Was named a first team conference DB, first team district DB. Holds five offers, those from St. Ambrose, Graceland, Avila, Clarke, and Westminster.
Conner Maher, 5’11, WR, 2021, Washington @conner.maher
Power Ball: 31, Broad Jump: 9’1 Shuttle: 4.40, 40-Yard Dash:4.60
He’s a good athlete who has nice hops in overall athleticism and can see time both as a receiver and a DB given his size and play making ability and all around versatility. He gained speed as he goes and shows solid length and a strong vertical. He’s an intelligent player with a ball in his hands but he can also be counted on to do the little things. An improved player from a season ago who has taken his overall technique and strength up a notch. Mayer holds offers from Westminster, Culver Stockton and William Pennand has received a lot of interest from a variety of other programs. A player to keep your eyes on.
AJ Martin, 5’11, 184, WR, 2021, Waynesville @AJMarti39077331
Power Ball: 29, Broad Jump: 9’2 Shuttle: 4.28, 40-Yard Dash:4.67
An underrated player for Waynesville who has a nice combination of speed, twitch and playmaking ability. He has good bounce and touch and can get up and make plays. Martin is a physical player and one who is not maxed out as an athlete or physically. He has a lot of room to grow in his game and shows improvement every time he takes the field. A solid player with in-game quickness who makes the most of his targets and can really set a tone and play physical and with a lot of passion.
Nate Morse, 5’9, 155, WR, 2021, Lee’s Summit @Natemorse7
Morse is a fine looking senior play making WR for Lee’s Summit and a play maker that can be very impressive. Relies heavily on his speed and good hands to make some very big plays. A very top notch play making Kansas City area receiver that can really be a dangerous outside threat that has proven to be very hard to contain and a guy that is always capable of making some huge plays along the sidelines. Does a good job of getting behind the defense, and also excels in the slot and in the underneath game as a possession receiver. He can get open, break tackles and has the speed to break away from defenders.. While not very big at 5’9, 155-pounds, Morse is quick, shifty and able to spring himself open and shows strong, consistent hands. Morse paced the Tigers’ receiving corps last season with 40 catches for 590 yards and five TDs.
Logan Muckey, 6’2, 190, WR, 2021, Lee’s Summit North @_loganmuckey
Muckey is a very impressive play making WR that is a big time play making WR prospect and is a guy for the Broncos that can make big time plays. Muckey is a good sized 6-2, 190 pound target that also shows some nice toughness in the open field. Muckey has the ability to make spectacular catches and is a next level prospect that can make an impact at the next level. He has strong, consistent hands, sucks up everything and consistently wins 50-50 balls. He has the size and strength to beat press coverage, has some shake-and-bake in his game that allows him to create separation and is an elite competitor who brings it every time he takes the field. Muckey has the makings of being a very good college prospect and is an impressive looking athlete.
Trevon Moore, 5’6, 145, WR, 2021, Ritenour @Treskiii2
Power Ball: 31’0 Broad Jump: 89’2 Shuttle:4.03 40-Yard Dash: 4.40
An extremely underrated player who has great speed and all around awareness. He can break away from tackles and looks to extend plays and create using his athleticism. He’s an improved player overall who has good hands and a natural ability to create his own opportunities after the catch. Also the kind of player who can create large separation from his defender showing a combination of strong footwork, in-game quickness and overall elusive playmaking skills. A productive player and one who has greatly improved his overall game this offseason and one who shouldn’t be overlooked.
Connor Ryan, 5’10, 165, WR, 2021, Rockhurst @JamesCRyan24
Power Ball: 31 Broad Jump: 9’0 Shuttle: 4.12 40-Yard Dash: 4.59
Ryan is a strong in-game performer who can make plays on both sides of the ball period he’s a good defensive playmaker who can play physical and loose and can make plays through the air and on the ground period offensively he shows the ability to perform at a high level, catching balls in stride and breaking away from tackles. He’s also a confident player who can bail out quarterbacks underneath and then turn and create, showing an ability to make opponents miss and stay on his feet and lean forward to gain as much yardage as you can and an intelligent player who has a high IQ and a lot of football left in him.
Tyler Stieffermann, 5’10, 175, WR, 2021, Borgia @tstieffermann
Power Ball: 24 Broad Jump: 8’4 Shuttle: 4.35 40-Yard Dash: 4.56
A very impressive looking WR from Borgia, Stieffermann had a very impressive 4.56 time in the 40 yard dash and also was impressive with a distance of 8’4 in the broad jump. Stiefferman is a player that has some very good football instincts and excellent field vision to know when to make moves and cuts. A weapon that can lineup in the backfield or as a wideout, Tyler is a player with a good set of hands and good speed in the open field. Also a hard player to tackle that is very good in space and one of those players that is impressive out of the backfield or in motion with his combination of speed and vision, no doubt a very exciting play maker to put on the radar for the next level. Earned AAA All Conference Team honors for 2020 as well. Has received an offer from Baker University, and with his speed and footwork we like him to be a guy that could rack up a nice list of next level offers.
Anthony Wilson, 5’10, 175, 2021, WR, Lee’s Summit @anthonyw2021
Power Ball: 29, Broad Jump: 8’9, Shuttle: 4.19, 40-Yard Dash: 4.81
Wilson had a good combine for sure at the 6Star Football Combine in St. Louis, he posted a very impressive time of 4.19 in the shuttle and had a good looking distance of 8’9 in the broad jump as well. Is a player that is very fast and can make some very nice yards after catch down the field. Has very impressive hands and catches anything you throw at him, is a WR that can make the very hard catches by going up in a crowd and hauling down some very impressive grabs as well. One of the more impressive Kansas City area WR prospects in the senior class, Wilson has had Junior Day Invites to Dakota Wesleyan, Missouri Southern, and Washburn. Wilson earned Honorable Mention All-Conference honors as well for the 2020 season.