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Mizzou Links, 6-26-14: Clarkson, Brown hope to hear their name called this evening

The NBA Draft awaits for Jordan Clarkson and Jabari Brown, the Mizzou defense needs a few semi-proven names to become proven this fall, and Stubble Field is a go.

Ethan Miller

1. Tonight: NBA Draft

MUTIGERS.COM: Jabari Brown Talks NBA Draft
MUTIGERS.COM: Clarkson Ready For Thursday
The Trib: Clarkson, Brown lost in shuffle of deep NBA draft
Post-Dispatch: Draft hopeful Clarkson refines shooting touch

2. ~9 weeks from now: Football season

Fox Sports MW: Many somewhat-proven players must step up for Mizzou defense this fall

"I think a lot of people are going to be surprised because, even at the positions we lost (players), those positions even in fall camp were still kind of being battled for," sophomore linebacker Michael Scherer said. "There's a lot of kids who are in those positions who got a lot of playing time last year. ... So all the people that we have to replace are being replaced by people who have a good amount of experience and know what the situation is like."

Scherer, who will enter fall camp as the starter at the strongside linebacker spot, is one of the new starters to keep an eye on this fall.

"I'm just ready to prove myself, to both everybody outside the team and the team," he said. "To show that I can be the guy that they rely on and that they can trust me being in there the whole game."

The Trib: Get to Know a 2014 Opponent: Florida
PowerMizzou: Study Guide: Central Florida Rivals Spotlight: Andy Bauer

Silly, but fun I guess The SEC's 2014 World Cup roster

And in recruiting...
The Trib (Behind the Stripes): Missouri's Success Recruiting Missouri

The Lee's Summit area has been pretty good to Missouri lately, with seven Rivals top-10 prospects coming from Lee's Summit and Lee's Summit West and four ending up at Missouri.

Plus, Logan Cheadle and Kevin Pendleton from West were in this year's class.

Blue Springs has been especially troublesome for Missouri over the past six classes, as it has produced seven players in Rivals' top 10 for the state but none of them ended up going -- or in the case of the Davis twins this year are committed to going -- to Missouri.

Also: Columbia and Jefferson City.

Three Rock Bridge players and two players from the state capital have been in the Rivals top 10 over the past six years and none have ended up in Columbia.

3. ~4.5 months from now: Basketball season

PowerMizzou: Summer Sessions: Namon Wright

And in recruiting...
PowerMizzou: Maker takes in Kansas and Missouri

4. Stubble Field

The Missourian: Missouri softball team to get a new stadium

5. Year in Review

PowerMizzou: Athletes of the Year

6. O'Bannon

SB Nation: Sorry, Mark Emmert, there's nothing minor about the minor leagues
SB Nation: NCAA witness says athletes would rather their compensation go to coaches
Senator Blutarsky: Another day in (O’Bannon) paradise


MUTIGERS.COM: Mizzou in the Minors

Track & Field
MUTIGERS.COM: Peoples, Rushin Finish in Top Ten at USATF Championships

8. Late this morning: #USMNT

SB Nation: Every possible USA outcome in one Group G elimination graphic
SB Nation: United States vs. Germany, 2014 World Cup preview: A draw will do for both sides
SB Nation: Jurgen Klinsmann wrote you a permission slip to skip work for USA-Germany
SB Nation: USMNT vs Germany World Cup Preview | Brazil Bound