Demarre Carroll, hustling.
15 hours to Kentucky
Devin Booker, a 6-6 reserve shooting guard for the No. 1-ranked Wildcats (19-0, 6-0 SEC), might be the nation’s best shooter. He’s already established himself as one of the best two-way players on the nation’s best team. And he’s just a freshman.
Melvin, a senior guard on MU’s beloved 1994 Big Eight championship team, said Thursday’s homecoming will be "a tough situation."
"I’m going to cheer for my son first," Melvin said. "My heart is with Mizzou as well. I might sneak in a boo here and there, but I’ll cheer, too. I feel Missouri’s pain. I know they wanted one of their former player’s kids to play for their team. I know they wanted to see him in a Missouri uniform. But Devin made his decision and I support him 150 percent."
The latest recruiting tidbits
Man my head hurts. This is overwhelming— GG (@GGRobinson85) January 28, 2015
Coach Petrino, Coach Scott, and Coach Grantham came by to hang out tonight! Cards all day ⚫️ pic.twitter.com/k7MZ4w5a3H— GG (@GGRobinson85) January 29, 2015
So hard to say no.— Nate Howard (@Nate_Howard_) January 26, 2015
Wishy Washy— Quart'e Sapp (@Dedicated_2Work) January 29, 2015
Awesome! Now keep her healthy
MUTIGERS.COM: Future Tiger Named to McDonald's All-America Roster
The Trib: Sophie Cunningham named to McDonald's All-American Game roster
Post-Dispatch: Future MU guard picked for McDonald's All-American Game
KC Star: Missouri signee Sophie Cunningham selected for McDonald’s All-American Game