KC Varsity Combines, rising talents to know among ’25 Offensive Prospects – We look at some of the top prospects from the class of ’25 on the offensive side of the ball from KC Varsity Combines.
105 – Crey Burns, 5-9, 164, WR, 2025, Lee’s Summit North@creyburns10
One of the impressive ’25s making the radar and a speed guy in the lineup to know is WR Crey Burns from Lee’s Summit North, a play maker that can get open and cause some matchup problems with his extra gear and good hands down the field, Burns had a 4.3 shuttle time, a 101 broad jump, and a 30.2 inch vertical at the KC Varsity Combine. A player that can get open and use his body to make some big catches also. A very impressive competitor and an aggressive play making WR with very good open field speed.
250 – Quade Chatmon, 5-11, 195, RB, 2025, Lee’s Summit North@quadechatmon11
Kent State recently gave Chatmon his first of what we see being many D1 offers in route to this hot backs radar. One of the running backs on the radar in the 2025 Missouri class is this Lee’s Summit North talented runner, Quade Chatmon, a player that had a 4.16 very fast shuttle time, a 112 broad jump, and a vertical of 34 inches at the KC Varsity Combines. One of the most athletic running backs at the KC Varsity Combine, Chatmon will look to be one of the emerging junior gems on the Missouri radar this season coming up. Quade
15 – Israel Conaway, 5-9, 131, WR, 2025, Lee’s Summit North@Izzyconaway
Conaway will be looking to be one of the rising speed threats among juniors on the offensive side of the ball for Lee’s Summit North, a WR and play maker that can break open in the open field, Conaway had a 4.21 shuttle time, a 109 broad jump, and a vertical of 33.7 inches to prove he was one of the deserved radar making ’25s at the KC Varsity Combine. Conaway will be looking to play more and more of a go to role this season with his experience and open field speed to make a big grab happen. Westminister is one of the early programs looking at Israel for the next level.
144 – Eric McColgin, Jr., 5-11, 181, WR, 2025, Grain Valley@mccolgin_eric
One of the risers on the radar, and a junior to watch for this year on a stacked Grain Valley offensive unit. McColgin is one of those guys that can use big speed to make nice plays. Had a 4.52 shuttle time, a 104 broad jump, and a vertical of 25.6 inches at the KC Varsity Combines. McColgin looked fast and impressed in his route running and making some very nice grabs against tough competition, one of the guys that is going to be a good one in the coming year for the offense and has toughness and some quickness.
220 – Silas Midgyett, 5-10, 199, RB, 2025, Chillicothe@MidgyettSilas
One of the running backs that has really impressed us multiple times this offseason has been this Chillicothe standout and back with some size at 199 pounds, Midgyett was one of the most impressive looking power and size backs at both the KC Varsity Combine and the Midwest Showcase this past December and keeps making an even bigger name for himself with some nice outings. Silas had a 4.45 shuttle time, a 105 broad jump, and a vertical of 31.3 inches at the KC Varsity Combine and is one of the risers on the RB radar to know in the 2025 class. Holds a lot of pure power, Silas reports a 300 pound bench press also.
Charlie Ross III, 5-10, 170, WR/ATH, 2025, St. Pius X@CHussle0
Anywhere on the field where you need a lot of speed and a good play maker is where Ross needs to be at. a 37.3 inch vertical, good for third best at the April 29th KC Varsity Combines event, Ross has made recent visits to major D1 programs OU and K-State and certainly is getting some well deserved attention as one of the KC area WRs and offensive weapons to know in the ’25 class. Ross is very fast in the open field and can make guys miss, a talent that has a big motor and an impressive work ethic looking for a big junior season at St. Pius X.
252- Mason Schlittenhard, 5-11, 165, WR, 2025, Olathe NW@masonschlitty
One of the rising Kansas talents among WR prospects in the class of ’25, looking to have a big junior season coming up and be one of the speed guys for the offense to watch for. Mason had a 4.36 shuttle time, a 105 broad jump mark, and a vertical of 31.9 inches at the KC Varsity Combine. Schlittenhard is a long strider in the open field, one of those guys that can get behind the defense and make them pay the price, good looking route runner and one of the guys that could be a very big impact maker with that open field skillset to take notice of.
113 – River Therrien, 5-11, 164, RB, 2025, Liberty North@rivertherrien2
One of the running backs making the radar to watch for out or KC metro is Liberty North’s ’25 River Therrien. Therrien had a 4.21 mark for a good looking shuttle mark and had a 115 also among tops for ’25s in the broad jump at the KC Varsity Combine. Had a vertical of 32.4 inches also, one of the standout performers on the running back junior to be radar and an impressive riser on the RB radar to watch for. River is one of those guys that has the speed to get outside the running lanes and make some big runs happen.
243 – Trey Troupe, 6-2, 224, TE, 2025, Ft. Zumwalt West@tretroupe3
One of the most impressive looking tight end prospects at the KC Varsity Combine, Troupe is a big and tough 6-2, 224 pounds and a very impressive looking athlete on the radar. Troupe had a 4.6 shuttle time, a 95 broad jump, and a vertical of 28.4 inches at the KC Varsity Combine. Tre is one of those ends that can be a lengthy prospect that also showed he has some of the best footwork and sideline working for route running, really been an impressive looking player this offseason with a big upside to his game heading into his big junior campaign in 2023.
29 – Desmon Williams, 5-11, 152, WR, 2025, Bonner Springs@Disthatguy
One of the very impressive looking speed threats coming out of the Kansas class of ’25 is this Bonner Springs standout and two way DB/WR prospect, Williams can be a game changer with that speed and had a 27.3 inch vertical and a 100 broad jump mark at the KC Varsity Combine. Looking to be a two way impact maker this year coming up, has posted more and more big plays on defense as a hot DB play maker in the open field but has the speed and some hands to be a force on the WR radar also for KS ’25 prospects to know for 2023.