Emerging 2015 DE/LB likes Mizzou

North Gwinnett High in Suwanee, Ga. is already home to one of the top 2015 prospects in offensive lineman Mitch Hyatt, but rising junior linebacker/defensive end Anree Saint-Amour is beginning to get his share of accolades after a strong summer on the camp circuit.
Saint-Amour recently nabbed offers from Missouri and Boston College and said several other schools are also showing interest.
"Louisville said they're watching me closely," Saint-Amour said. "Duke said they'll be watching and Texas told me the same thing."
As far as the schools already on his offer list, Saint-Amour said the offers came about in different ways.
"A couple of days after the Missouri camp they called me and told that I have an offer," he said. "I heard Boston College liked my film and I called them and they told me they wanted to offer and they wanted me to be a part of the program and they liked my character."
While he's still getting familiar with the Eagles program, Saint-Amour said his trip to Missouri left him impressed.
"I thought it was great," he said. "It was awesome. The campus was nice, the coaches are cool and scheme-wise I really like it."
Saint-Amour said he moves around a lot in his high school scheme and thinks he could do that at the next level if he were to go to Mizzou.
"They said they basically have four down linemen and every play they let want your best pass-rush," he said. "They said I'm a speed-rusher so they think I could excel there."
As far as plans for the fall, Saint-Amour said he's planning on attending a game at Clemson with teammate Hyatt, but beyond that he's yet to plan any unofficial visits.