New Year's Recruiting Resolutions

New Year's Recruiting Resolutions

As another huge year in high school football and college recruiting comes to an end, prospects throughout the nation are already eying big things in 2014. Some of the top juniors in Kansas and Missouri shared their New Year's resolutions with

It's that time of year again. As the final hours of 2013 tick down, prospects are already focusing on 2014. Some of the top 2015 prospects from Kansas and Missouri shared their resolutions for the New Year.

2015 Olathe (KS) North tight end Josh Moore was a man of few words in stating his goal. "To blow up on the recruiting radar."

Four-star offensive tackle Christian Gaylord had a bit more to say. The Baldwin (KS) prospect had a list of objectives for 2014. "I need to work on my foot speed every day, and work to get stronger. But I just really need to work on getting quicker overall."

Many people resolve to lose weight, but not Webb City (MO) defensive back Kiante Hardin. The standout corner wants to get bigger in 2014. "That I gain 15-pounds, and that I get some D-1 offers next year."

Liberty (MO) quarterback A.J. Cambric was quick to the point. "To get my first offer."

Kansas City (KS) Piper linebacker Colton Beebe wants to figure out where he will be heading after high school. "To get quicker, and find the college choice best for me," the Pirates standout said.

Alec Murphy went a different route. The Nixa (MO) running back is looking for personal improvement off the field in 2014. "Try to be the best I can be for these colleges by being a good student-athlete and person."

Stilwell (KS) Blue Valley offensive tackle A.J. Harris, fresh off a Class 5A State Championship, wants to leave his mark as a senior. "My resolution is to help lead my team to success and achieve the first 6A state title in school history."

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