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Hawks, Tigers at top for Missouri OL

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Blue Springs, Mo., offensive lineman James Stigall continues to like the two schools who have extended scholarship offers.
“I did go up to Kansas State’s junior day this past weekend,” the 6-foot-4, 300-pound Stigall said. “We got to tour the facilities. I didn’t know some of the stuff they had there. It was nice.
“I got to talk to coach Del Miller, he is the recruiting coach from this area. We had a good talk. They didn’t offer me, yet. They want me to come to the camp this summer and see from there.”
The Wildcats’ lack of an offer has them still trailing in the recruiting race behind Missouri and Kansas.
“Missouri and KU have offered me a scholarship,” he said. “I’m looking at them quite a bit. I’m also looking at Nebraska. I went to their junior day. I’m still pretty wide open at this point. I don’t want to eliminate anyone yet. My main focus right now is the upcoming football season.”
Stigall plans on two camps, but a little juggling of the schedule will have to take place to make them work.
“I’m definitely going to the K-State camp. I’m pretty sure I’ll go to the Missouri camp, too. The only problem is our camp for our team is about the same time as the K-State camp, so I won’t be able to make it to all of it.”
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