ST LOUIS — The Six Star Football 2021 St. Louis Showcase featured several of the state’s top rising LB prospects as several players took their game to new heights and showed off their all-around skills in both the Six Star Football combine and showcase events.
Prospects can register for the Six Star Football St. Louis Showcase at the link where they will be evaluated for future stars, rankings and an invitation to The FINALS All-America Showcase. This event will be held on Saturday, May 14 in St. Louis.
Morgan Regot, 5’10, 185, LB, 2024, Van-Far @morganregot52
A productive sophomore standout from Van-Far who has a lot of experience for his age and has been able to make big plays against older opponents. He can see time as both an edge rusher and a LB and is very adaptive and shows an ability to outwork and outhustle those around him and can get to the backfield and force stops on RBs and QBs. He is an all-conference and all-district defensive end who can also make plays as a linebacker as well. Last season he recorded 57 total tackles and led his team with eight tackles for loss, four sacks and had two forced fumbles as well.
Terrell Ivory, 5’10, 160, LB, 2024, Lutheran St. Charles @_ivory1
A solid athlete who can see time is both a ball carrier and a linebacker. He’s a versatile player listed at 5’10, 160-pounds and he works hard and looks to get reps. He has a good motor and Ivory also brings some flexibility to the position. He can use his speed and short bursts and also has good length and is able to drop back and make plays in coverage as well. A solid athlete who has some playmaking ability and will continue to grow and develop with added reps.
Trenton Radloff, 5’10, 200, LB, 2024, Buffalo (Minn.) @RadloffTrentond
An impressive athlete who shows an ability to burst through openings and make physical tackles against experienced opponents. Radloff has good size at 5’10, 200-pounds, good muscle tone and he pushes himself in the weight room and with his technique training. A player who is constantly taking away space from opponents and can turn his body and get to the target. He has good anticipation for past plays and is a terrific run-stopper for his age. He looks to attack and can break up passes in space but is that his best when he is making plays against the run game.
Brycian Hoerner, 5’11, 160, LB, 2025, Ozark
Another underrated athlete from Ozark who has long strides and can make plays on both sides of the ball. Hoerner is a slim and athletic player who has a good ability to see through traffic and get into position to make plays. A player who can fake out opponents as a ball carrier and zip through traffic but is also good at shooting gaps and using his quickness and can anticipate runs and make tackles in space.
Mikah Burrage, 6’1, 205, LB, 2025, Staley @mikah73386286
A solid athlete who can see time in a variety of positions on both sides of the ball. He’s a physical player who has a good IQ and can help block, make carries and even make catches. He jumps out well after the snap and can push away blockers and find ways to make plays on the ball carrier. Through four games last season Burrage recorded six tackles with three for loss and had two passes deflected. He also had three receptions for 59 yards.
Parker Elliott, 6’0, 185, LB, 2025, Ozark
A freshman standout who shows good initiative at MLB. He has good size and rhythm and can drop his shoulder and avoid blockers and find his way up the middle of the line. Shows a lot of toughness and can finish plays in space without help from his teammates. Has good size at 6’0, 185-pounds and runs hard and uses everything he has on each play. A nice player to keep your eyes on who is putting in the time and is performing well against good competition.
Leon Howard, 6’2, 220, LB, 2026, Hardin
A nice young prospect who has terrific size and good overall power. He is listed at 6’2, 220-pounds and he hits hard and is good at making stops at the line. He has a good feel close to the line and brings good momentum to his hits. Howard has been working on his conditioning, strength training and ability to anticipate routes and plays and has looked good and held his own against some older and athletic competition.