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Watching Drew Lock’s Golden Arm and more Mizzou camp news

Here are today’s Mizzou Links.

1. Another watch list to watch for Drew Lock

This time, it’s the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award watch list. It’s the fourth watch list for Drew Lock, which I imagine ranks pretty high up in the most-watched watch list players for 2018, but I really don’t care to run all the names, to be honest.

Here’s the full rundown of Mizzou watch-listed players via that article:

Maxwell Award (top offensive player) – Senior QB Drew Lock

Bednarik Award (top defensive player) – Senior DL Terry Beckner, Jr.

Davey O’Brien Award (top QB) – Senior QB Drew Lock

Doak Walker Award (top RB) – Junior RB Damarea Crockett

Biletnikoff Award (top WR) – Senior WR Emanuel Hall

Mackey Award (top TE) – Sophomore TE Albert Okwuegbunam

Butkus Award (top LB) – Senior LB Terez Hall

Bronko Nagurski Trophy (top defensive player) - Senior DL Terry Beckner, Jr.

Bronko Nagurski Trophy (top defensive player) - Senior LB Terez Hall

Outland Trophy (top interior lineman) – Senior OL Paul Adams

Outland Trophy (top interior lineman) – Terry Beckner, Jr.

Lou Groza Award (top K) – Junior K Tucker McCann

Ray Guy Award (top P) – Senior P Corey Fatony

Wuerffel Trophy – (community service) – Senior P Corey Fatony

Walter Camp Award (player of the year) – Senior QB Drew Lock

Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award (top QB) – Senior QB Drew Lock

2. Letters from Camp


Emanuel Hall eager to prove versatility in new Mizzou offense, writes Dave Matter of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Defensive line

Why Daniel Parker could play immediately for Mizzou at defensive end, writes the Kansas City Star

3. Mitch Morse: Still a really good guy

Here’s another example of the fact that former Missouri lineman — and current Kansas City Chiefs’ center — Mitch Morse is just a really good human being:

I say this without hesitation — Morse was one of the most generous, caring players I covered during my time as a Missouri beat writer. Great to see that he’s still the same person in the NFL, though there wasn’t much doubt that he would be.

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