High School players all over the state went at it today at MSU's individual camp to get better, and also have MSU coaches evaluate them. But recruiting analyst from Bobcat Nation Colter Nuanez says theirs another perk to the camp.
"I think it's awesome for these guys to come out here and compete against other guys who are future college players," said Nuanez.
"I'm not so sure it benefits us as we are benefited by the kids I think one any time you get them around us and see the facilities and you know any bobcat blood that they have in them or if it's not bobcat blood you turn it that way," said recruiting coordinator Bo Beck.
Bobcat coaches do their homework before hand and target certain guys, but there's also a few surprises.
"There's definitely some guys that are prospects there's guys that we've tagged coming in with our spring recruiting and just knowing guys that were juniors last year definitely form the state but we have a lot of guys form out of state," said Beck.
"Two years ago 78 kids from Montana signed with colleges last year 110 did so there's a lot of kids 100 kids at this camp that could play in the Frontier Conference or the Big Sky," said Nuanez.
Normally it's all about size and speed, but not all the time.
"You may have a guy whose pretty as heck whose six six 300 pounds and he can't block a soul cause 5 11 190 is blocking him to the dirt and he's a tough kids so the cream of the crop shows up," said Beck.