Stockemer talks recruiting, camp

Van Buren (Ark.) wide receiver prospect Taylor Stockemer had a solid showing at the Columbia NIKE Camp last Friday on the campus of the University of Missouri.
The 6-foot-4, 200-pounder displayed outstanding size and speed and good hands during the drills at the camp. He recently picked up his first two Division I-A scholarship offers, including one from a Big 12 program.
"I have offers from Kansas and Arkansas State," Stockemer said.
Stockemer talked about what he likes about the Jayhawks.
"They have one of the oldest engineering schools in the country," Stockemer said. "Plus, it's in the Big 12 and I like that a lot."
Arkansas State also has his attention.
"I like them," he said. "They came down to the school to watch me play during the spring."
Stockemer added that Kansas and Arkansas State are recruiting him the hardest and that Oklahoma, Vanderbilt and Kansas State also are involved.
Stockemer felt that he had a good showing in Columbia.
"I did good," he said. "I just got finished with a decathlon (Thursday) and then I came up to Columbia the following day. I was sore when I first started, but about halfway through the camp, the soreness went away and I felt good."
Stockemer had 43 catches for 839 yards and eight touchdowns during his junior season.