Missouri's offensive line has gone from good to terrible to good over the last three seasons. Two starters are gone from the stellar 2013 unit, but enough talent returns to make this an offensive strength.
Missouri has signed both four-star prospects and two-star athletes with upside in recent classes; the offensive line is experienced enough in 2014 that these young Tigers will probably have to wait their turn.
Missouri fell victim to a thin, inexperienced two-deep at offensive line in 2012. In 2014, experienced interior linemen like Brad McNulty, Jordan Williams, and Stephen Carberry could help to prevent a collapse in the wake of injuries.
Taylor Chappell and Clay Rhodes entered fall camp as the top backups at the tackle position. Both have drawn acclaim from coaches in the past, and both are trying to position themselves for a starting role in 2015.