Mspreps Podcast



Clarion-Ledger High School Sports Editor Courtney Cronin discusses Mississippi's massive pool of talented high school athletes with Sports Editor Hugh Kellenberger every Monday. From football playoffs to basketball tournaments to Dandy Dozen reveals to previewing the annual Best of Preps ceremony from The Clarion-Ledger, this podcast is all things high school sports in Mississippi.


  • Going Longo on Cam Akers

    16/12/2016 Duración: 33min

    With Ole Miss' new coordinators in place, the guys try to figure out what that means for Rebel recruiting efforts. In particular, Clinton running back Cam Akers. Is he making an emotional or practical decision, and who does that favor between Ole Miss, LSU and Florida State.

  • So 'bout that Cam Akers guy

    05/12/2016 Duración: 42min

    Clinton star Cam Akers finished off a sensational high school career Friday, and now the focus turns to where he'll go to school. So is it Ole Miss? Or LSU? Or Florida State? Or someone else? Plus the chance for craziness with Myles Brennan, Willie Gay and C.J. Avery.

  • Commit to the team, or the coach?

    26/09/2016 Duración: 32min

    LSU fired its head coach, Les Miles, and offensive coordinator, Cam Cameron, on Monday. With two Dandy Dozen players including Myles Brennan committed to the Tigers, what does it mean? Will Sammon and Hugh Kellenberger try to answer that question.

  • Five stars, upsets and big games comin'

    12/09/2016 Duración: 36min

    Stop us if you've heard this one: five-star prospect from the metro area commits to Mississippi State. Why will Nick Weatherspoon end up different than Malik Newman? There were upsets galore on Friday, so Will and Hugh figure out what it all means. What's up with South Panola? And how about the big games this Friday?

  • All the running backs belong to Mississippi

    31/08/2016 Duración: 28min

    Clinton's Cam Akers is getting ready for a huge game against No. 2 Brandon, but he's not the only running back (at least on the next level) shining so far this season in Mississippi. Hattiesburg's Fabian Franklin and Jackson Prep's Jerrion Ealy may be the best players in the next two classes, and what makes them special? Plus more talk on Week 3 storylines, and the recruitment of Velma Jackson point guard Nick Weatherspoon to the nation's elite basketball schools.