#Mizzou welcomes Little Rock (LR Christian) RB Damarea Crockett to its #ChampionshipVision#MizzouMade #MIZNSD16 pic.twitter.com/Yw7LuSfIsP— #MIZNSD16 (@MizzouFootball) February 3, 2016
Damarea is an elusive, power back w/ great quickness. Check out his highlights to see why:#MizzouMade #MIZNSD16 https://t.co/8duas3QDGW— #MIZNSD16 (@MizzouFootball) February 3, 2016
|Height, Weight||5'11, 212|
|City (School)||Little Rock, AR (Christian)|
|Rating (Rivals)||4 stars (5.8)|
|Rating (247 Composite)||3 stars (0.8665)|
|Rating (ESPN)||3 stars (76)|
|Other Offers of Note||Arizona State, Boise State, Vanderbilt|
|Previous Posts||Jan. 23: 4-star Little Rock running back Damarea Crockett commits to Missouri|
From his commitment post:
Crockett had a pretty awesome SPARQ score if that's your thing. "He had an electronic time of 4.71 seconds in the 40 yard dash, 40.3 vertical jump, 4.01 seconds in the pro-shuttle and threw the power ball 36 feet. His score of 124.62 was the best out of approximately 1,200 athletes at the Dallas event and is second best nationally."
"Being a four star, I feel like, I'm just not trying to get comfortable where I am since I moved up. I'm going to continue to work hard and push even harder now since I'm a four star," said Crockett. "I know they will be watching me and more will be expected of me. They didn't move me up just because of nothing. They seen that I was better than they thought I was, so I respect them for that."
Crockett has performed extremely well in the Rivals Camp Series. He won the offensive MVP at the St. Louis camp and Rivals recently listed him as the sixth best running back in all of the camps. He knows that his extra work that he is putting in, is starting to pay off.