Mizzou fans have been hit with a plethora of good news on the basketball front for the better part of the past month. Not to be outdone, football recruiting started heating up this week as well, as Mizzou landed two key players. Continue reading
Mizzou appears to be getting a much needed shot in the arm to both its return game and backfield as former Oklahoma running back/kick returner Alex Ross has signed financial aid paperwork to enroll at Missouri this Summer. Continue reading
Things can always a little crazy right before college football’s national signing day and Mizzou head coach Barry Odom got some great news on Tuesday as Lafayette, MO tight end Brendan Scales decided to flip from Alabama to his home state Tigers. Continue reading
The Missouri Tigers got some good news on the recruiting front on Monday as former Alabama receiver Chris Black announced via twitter that he would forgo his senior season at Alabama, and instead, take his services to Mizzou. Continue reading
While attending a summer camp at Mizzou this week, Columbia-Rock Bridge defensive end Tre Williams decided to make a commitment to his home-town school.
If college football’s National Signing Day is indeed “Christmas in February,” then the Missouri Tigers found themselves with plenty of gifts to unwrap on Wednesday. According to rivals.com, Mizzou wound up with the 27th ranked class in the nation and ESPN had the Tigers rated even higher (18th).
The Mizzou football recruiting class received a large boost on National Signing Day as Terry Beckner Jr., the #2 recruit in the nation (according to ESPN.com) chose Missouri over schools like Auburn, Florida State and Ohio state.
According to powermizzou.com Melrose High School (Memphis, TN) receiver Johnathon Johnson has committed to the University of Missouri.
The 5’8, 174 pound Johnson picked Missouri over such schools as Tennessee, Louisville, Ole Miss and Purdue. Johnson is a 3-star recruited according to rivals.com and is the 25th-ranked recruit out of the state of Tennessee.
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As national signing day approaches, Missouri football fans may have a reason for further excitement as the Nation’s #2 ranked recruit (according to ESPN.com) has recently said that, as of now, Mizzou is is “most likely” destination.
Drew Lock, the top high school quarterback prospect in the state of Missouri, threw for 192 yards and four touchdowns touchdowns in Lees Summit’s 41-17 victory over Columbia-Hickman Friday Night.