ShowMeMizzouTV: 2013 QB Likes Mizzou

ShowMeMizzouTV: 2013 QB Likes Mizzou

The state of Missouri has produced a good number of D1 quarterbacks over the past few years and ShowMeMizzou.com scouted and spoke with the latest Show-Me state gunslinger who has the attention of college coaches including Mizzou.

ShowMeMizzou.com first caught a glimpse of Staley QB Trent Hosick 6'1" 219 when he was a freshman at Ozark high school in Southwest Missouri. Hosick came in for the injured starter and proceded to throw for 350 yards and displayed a maturity at the position beyond his years.

Fast forward a couple of years and the family moving to the Kansas City area, and you have Hosick as the starting QB for the Staley Falcons after having to sit out his sophomore season. What Hosick has done in the first 6 games of the season is lead his team to a perfect 6-0 record while rushing for 930 yards on 100 carries and 13 touchdowns, he has also displayed a deft passing ability, completing 65% of his passes (43 of 66) for 580 yards and 5 touchdowns with only 1 interception.

While his passing numbers may not be that high at this point, the reason is that his running ability along with teammate and Missouri Tiger 2012 commit Morgan Steward, has been nearly unstoppable.

ShowMeMizzou.com was at this past Friday night's Staley vs Grandview game and saw the Falcons offense unleash it's passing game with Hosick completing 12 of 17 passes for 217 yards. Trent also ran the ball 9 times for 86 yards and 4 touchdowns for good measure.

Trent Hosick is a great leader and field general for his team besides being one of the more physically gifted athletes in the state. He puts a lot of time in the gym and working to improve himself both off and on the field, including a Saturday morning workout routine following game nights.

He has been clocked in the 4.6 range in the forty and sports a 36" vertical jump. He recently broke his personal record with a bench press of 370lbs, and will be ranked as the top wrestler in his weight class for the coming wrestling season.

Trent is already hearing from multiple colleges, including Missouri, and has spoke in the past about possibly playing with current teammate Morgan Steward in college.

Here are highlights and an interview with Trent from his team's win over Grandview.

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