Because you probably haven't watched it in a while ... here's Grantland's L'Damian Washington profile.
If you know the details of my leg surgery then you know to be in this position was nothing but God! I worked my ass off in rehab daily!— L'Damian Washington (@Fe_Verdadera2) August 4, 2015
Only posting this because God said to share his word. The doctors can say whatever they want but God always has the last word! I stepped out on faith and believed in his word. Rehabbed my butt off and let God line the rest up for me! I can get cut tomorrow and wouldn't care because after that surgery and the way I rehabbed I'm proud of myself no matter what! #ChiefsKingdom
It's been a hell of a ride pic.twitter.com/TktyneA2Dw— Lucas Vincent (@High_Chief_LV96) August 4, 2015
1 day to camp. ONE DAY TO CAMP.
[T]here may not be a Sasser-type breakout star this year. There may be an option or two that nudges ahead of the others but it could be a committee aproach.
That's how it looked in the spring, at least, when nobody really grabbed that "go-to guy" distinction. Moore had his moments. Blair and Wingo did as well. Brown didn't get the chance because he was injured.
Can any of them become the feature wideout on this year's team? Does Missouri even really need one to be a healthy passing offense?
The punting job will be interesting to watch, as we haven't seen Fatony or Balvanz in action yet. Given that Fatony was brought in on scholarship, the expectations are high for him - and he showed a big leg in high school.
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Mauk hasn't shown great anticipation in his two-year career. He's a quarterback who sees the open receiver and then fires it to him. The anticipation needs to exist in 2015. Missouri can't go another year making up for a sub-60 percent completion percentage.
ICYMI: Jerod Alton
Alton, a star running back at Kirkwood, said Missouri is recruiting him as an athlete, leaving open the possibility that he could play slot receiver or cornerback. He was a second-team Suburban XII South Conference running back last season, rushing for 943 yards and seven touchdowns. He also caught 20 passes for 278 yards and two scores and had 24 tackles on defense with two interceptions.
"I prefer to play in the slot," he said. "But if they need to me play DB, I will."
3-star athlete Jerod Alton commits to Mizzou. Would have committed to #Illini a week ago but the school wouldn't let him in. Full qualifier.— Doug Bucshon (@IllinoisRivals) August 5, 2015
With Alton's commitment, MU's class of 2016 midpoint moves to Forest Park Loop in Jonesboro, Ark.— David Morrison (@DavidCMorrison) August 5, 2015