ST. LOUIS — The Six Star Football 2021 St. Louis Showcase featured several of the state’s top rising class of 2022 OL 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.
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Kaden Bell, 6-2, 250, OL, 2022, Cahokia (IL) @KadenBell52
One of the most impressive looking big men from Illinois at the 6Star Football STL Showcase was 6-2, 250 pound Kaden Bell of Cahokia. Bell is a big man that can use his frame to create major space and could be one of the hot senior talents to watch out for, no doubt should be a good one to keep an eye on for a tough Cahokia O-Line.
Jacob Brazeal, 6-4, 335, OL, 2022, Springfield Central @JacobBrazeal
The big man from Springfield Central was one of the top SW Missouri talents among offensive lineman at the 6Star Football Showcase, you certainly can’t deny that at 6-4 inches and 335 pounds that Brazeal can be a major load to handle and a player that can make some big time blocks with size and power. Look for a big senior year from the SW Missouri big man in 2021.
Liam Bryant, 6’1, 255, OL, 2022, Jackson @LiamBryant65
Bryant is a strong and physical prospect who has the ability to push his way through rushers and open holes and clear space for his ball carrier. He is a smart player and one who can adjust his game to fit the situation. He can work hard in the trenches and he listens to his coaches and is constantly working hard and putting in the time. An improved athlete who understands his role, his skill set and how to make plays whenever he’s on the field. Bryant is also a standout in the classroom and he also reports a 3.58 GPA.
Mark Fisher, 6-3, 230, OL, 2022, Sikeston @MarkFish04
The Bootheal was represented well at the 6Star Football STL Showcase with many impressive class of 2022 Sikeston players to watch out for there, among those was big man and senior to be Mark Fisher. Fisher is a player that can out leverage smaller guys with a 6-3 inch frame, Fisher could well be among the hottest OL in the SE part of Missouri with a big senior season coming up. No doubt a player that can make some big plays for his team and a key blocker in the trenches to know.
Matthew Godar, 6-3, 308, OL, 2022, Francis Howell North @GodarMatthew
At 6-3, 308 pounds of pure power and brute toughness out of Francis Howell North, no doubt Matthew Godar will be a massive looking recruit to get to know in his final year and a college radar maker and a top big man to watch out for. Great size guy that can get under the defenders pads and make it very tough for him to be a factor in the play, Godar has all the makings of becoming a next level hot recruit in 2021.
Connor Holt, 6-5, 270, OL, 2022, Festus @ConnorHoltie52
An All-Conference, All-District and All-region Center for Festus, the 6-5 inch and 270 pound Holt is one of the top center prospects in the state and no doubt has the long and impressive frame at 6-5, 270 pounds to really make a big time name for himself in his final season at Festus. Central Missouri also has been looking hard among the many impressive teams that like Holt’s game.
Cash Hudson, 6-3, 285, OL, 2022, Bishop Kelley (OK) @CashHudson77
The Lone Tulsa, Oklahoma product among Offensive lineman, but of the best of the best at the 6Star Football STL Showcase, was the huge talent from Bishop Kelley High in Tulsa, Cash Hudson, a player who turned in a 21.2 vertical, a 90 broad jump and a 5.17 in the 40 for one of the best of the best big men times at the event. No doubt Hudson should be considered an elite Oklahoma ‘22 OL prospect. Big time impressive skills and size at 6-3, 285.
Gabe Kasper, 6’0, 250, OL, 2022, Francis Howell North @GabeKasper
Kasper is a nice stock riser who is able to see time on both sides of the ball. He had a shortened year this past season due to injury but he is a strong player who continues to work and shows a willingness to put in the time. Kasper has good footwork and can take on taller and stronger opponents and can even win one-on-one battles and take his opponents to the ground. A smart and physical player who has found success as a left guard and can push away tackles and stay in front of them.
Matthew Ludwig, 6-1, 285, OL, 2022, Lindbergh @MLudwig03
Ludwig at 6-1, 285 has a college ready frame and build and will be a key mountain mover in the trenches for Lindbergh this upcoming 2021 season. Ludwig is a player that can be another elite center prospect and uses a wrestling background as well to be a major leverage controller on the line, no doubt a force to be reckoned with anda big man that can flat out dominate, admire this big man’s abilities.
Austin Mahoney, 6-5, 240, OL, 2022, Fort Zumwalt South @amahoney311
With a very impressive looking and an impressive 26.1 vertical, offensive lineman and 6-5, 240 pound Austin Mahoney is long with length and is a pure athlete that is very impressive for Fort Zumwalt South, no doubt one of the top looking athletic big men at the 6Star Football Showcase. Also a great student and an Academic All-State selection.
Daniel Nickel, 6’5, 310, OL, 2022, Lindbergh @DanielNickel73
Another all district offensive linemen who brings a great combination of size and strength to the field. Nickel looks to make hard hits and can force opponents off their line and is good at making technically sound plays. He is a player who looks to use his size to his advantage and it can seem easy to do at 6’5, 310 pounds. He is good at holding his ground against pass rushers and he leans well and looks to use leverage and his upper body strength to his advantage as well. A player who continues to push himself this offseason and is improving his conditioning and strength training.
Alex Roland, 6-4, 280, OL, 2022, Francis Howell North @a_roland_64
Roland was one of the big men at the 6Star Football STL Showcase that really showed good size and power to his game, 6-4, 280, no doubt a big man that also shows next level length and size plus moves well on the football field in the trenches. Expect some major things for the big time senior to be this upcoming 2021 season.
Caden Selle, 6’3, 245, OL, 2022, Hannibal @cadenselle51
A big and physical lineman who has been flying under the radar, despite showing up and making big plays in big moments. He shows a lot of force off the line and is confident matched up against any competitor. He has a good frame and speed and can handle both physical and speedy edge rushers. A confident and technical player, Selle is a multiple sport athlete and shows a good combination of skills, smarts and all-around ability. Selle has earned a host of recognition and awards for his play and is currently an all-conference, all-district and all-state performer.
Matt Stano, 6’1, 235, OL, 2022, FZW @matt_stano68
Stano runs well and has great mobility. He is a smart player who gets off the line well and can be counted on to get down the field or across the line and make hits. Stano isn’t the tallest player, but he has a big frame and hands and is a strong IQ lineman and is underrated physically. He can handle himself against strong players and is capable of making plays both on his own and at helping his teammates stop opponents from pushing the QB out of the pocket. A solid prospect and stock riser who can see time as both a center and offensive tackle and he looks good at both.