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Tre Williams "has all the abilities to continue this rich tradition we have at D-Line Zou"

Here are today's Mizzou Links.

What's On: Barry Odom on #NSD16

University of Missouri Athletics - #MIZNSD16 Central

Mizzou adds new pieces for Odom's first season - ESPN Video

Barry Odom joins SEC Now to talk about his first recruiting class as the Mizzou head coach.

Odom scrambles to fill first recruitng class : Dave Matter

"The hard part is saying to the recruits, ‘This is gonna be fine,’" Hill said Wednesday as Odom announced his inaugural signing class, a mix of high school prospects and transfers. "But at the same time every other school is in there attacking us, going, ‘Missouri is not what it was. Missouri’s different.’ … Any crack in the armor during recruiting makes parents, makes players nervous. When you have a head-coaching change and a transition like we had, it makes guys wonder if they’re making the right decision."

MISSOURI RECRUITING RECAP: Reflections upon a signing day morn - David Morrison

MU coaches on the class of 2016 - David Morrison

On Tre Williams:

"That was definitely one of the biggest signees we had. Local guy, defensive line, tradition. He has a chance to be the flagship guy once some of those veteran guys go out the door. If he has a chance to come in and play, that would be great. But if not, he has all the abilities to continue this rich tradition we have at D-Line Zou. We’re excited to have that young man." -- defensive coordinator Cross

Odom's real test begins now - PowerMizzou

Patience pays off as former El Toro receiver Collins signs with Missouri - The Orange County Register

ESL offensive lineman, Tre'Vour Simms (pronounced tray-VORE): "We can win the SEC East and beat Bama"

Catching Up

Almost lost in the chaos of National Signing Day was the news that Mizzou had hired Arizona State defensive line coach Jackie Shipp.

Emily Crane and other SEC players named to USA Softball Top 50 Watch List

Matt Manley selected as MAC Wrestler of the Week

Mizzou Baseball's Houck earns USA Baseball International Performance of the Year

Blake Toppmeyer on Mizzou women's basketball recruiting:

Missouri inked three guards during the early signing period: Kirkwood’s Jordan Roundtree; Jordan Chavis of New Hope Christian Academy in Thomasville, N.C.; and Amber Smith of Loyola College Prep in Shreveport, La. Missouri will lose four seniors: guards Maddie Stock, Morgan Stock and Juanita Robinson and forward Michelle Hudyn.

The women host Georgia tonight.