June 6, 2007
MG Camp Notebook: Omaha Central full of speed
OMAHA, Neb. - No team in the state of Nebraska possesses the kind of speed Jay Ball's Omaha (Neb.) Central Eagles have in 2007.
Rivals.com witnessed Central's speed first hand during Tuesday's live scrimmage games at the final day of the MG football camp held at Omaha Central.
The MG camp is an event former Central head coach Joe McMenamin started in 1998, and it's become a fixture in the month of June for the Omaha-Metro schools ever since.
The players that really stood out for the Eagles during Tuesday's scrimmage games were twin brothers Shaun Prater and Shane Prater and running back Ronnell Grixby. Linebacker/running back Terrell Mayhue also showed some solid flashes of speed and explosion.
Shaun Prater is the only Eagle to hold a Division I offer at this point, but both Shane Prater and Grixby definitely remain on the radar screen of several Division I programs.
This summer, Grixby is playing basketball with an AAU team in Kansas City, and at this point he doesn't plan to attend any football camps.
Grixby said he has had regular contact with Iowa State, Kansas State and Iowa over the month of May.
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