On August 25, 2013, Washington (Mo.) guard Ronnie Suggs committed to play for Frank Haith and Mizzou. Almost four full years later, after Haith left, Suggs signed with Bradley, Kim Anderson came and went from Mizzou, and Cuonzo Martin got hired, the 6’6 Suggs again committed to Missouri.
Suggs was a hit as a freshman at Bradley in 2015-16; he averaged 30.1 minutes per game and led the Braves in scoring eight times, in assists five times, and in rebounds six times. He shot only 26 percent from 3-point range but scored 8.5 points per game with 4.0 rebounds and 1.4 assists.
His sophomore year was a challenge. He fell out of the rotation and barely played after the first few games of the year. The reasons were unclear, but it's pretty clear that Suggs and Bradley coach Brian Wardle didn't see eye-to-eye for one reason or another.
Suggs will evidently be walking on and will likely have to sit out a year before competing. Regardless, welcome to Mizzou, Ronnie. Finally.
From October 2016: