Here’s a full list of players who will be taking part in Missouri’s Pro Day:
Linebacker Eric Beisel
Linebacker Joey Burkett
Defensive end Marcell Frazier
Defensive end Jordan Harold
Defensive tackle A.J. Logan
Offensive lineman Tyler Howell
Offensive lineman Adam Ploudre
Tight end Jason Reese
Wide receiver Dominic Collins
Wide receiver J’Mon Moore
Wide receiver Cameren Rivers
Safety Anthony Sherrils
Safety Thomas Wilson
Running back Ish Witter
David Morrison will have a piece on Frazier’s pro day prospects later this morning. He and J’Mon Moore are, among Mizzou’s participants, the most likely to get drafted. Here’s Frazier’s NFL.com profile:
DRAFT PROJECTION: Rounds 4-5
BOTTOM LINE: Hard-charging defensive end who wins with skill and motor over athletic traits. Frazier has good size, but is inconsistent in stacking and reacting to run plays as an early down edge defender. Frazier is a fluid pass rusher with a variety of moves at his disposal and an ability to counter when his first move falters. He may not blow people away at the combine, but he has the skill level and productivity to be considered a backup 4-3 end with eventual starting potential.
DRAFT PROJECTION: Rounds 3-4
BOTTOM LINE: Moore followed up a strong junior campaign with an equally impressive senior season. While Missouri’s offensive scheme made things easy on him and allowed him to rely on his athletic ability to succeed, he has the size, speed and talent to be able to succeed beyond what was asked of him in college. Moore is still raw and will need time to expand his knowledge and feel for the position, but he has the talent to become a WR3 or WR2 within the first two or three years.
We’ll see who can maybe put themselves on team radars with solid pro day efforts.
Yesterday at Rock M
- This looks so weird.
- Another day, another “Jordan Elliott is kicking butt” story.
- Mizzou Baseball handled its business, finishing a two-game sweep of Arkansas State with a 14-9 win. The Tigers have won 14 regular season games in a row at home for the first time since 2006-07.
- Mizzou Softball did not quite handle its business against SEMO, taking the first game 10-2 slipping up, 8-2, in the second game. The Tigers are now 18-15 on the year.
- Hayden Buckley, Byron Nelson Award finalist.