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2017 high school schedules for all Missouri Football commits

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Oscar Gambler

After a July rush, Missouri’s 2018 recruiting class sits at 14 commits. The Tigers don’t anticipate any new pledges in the week before the season starts so let’s take a look at the current group’s high school season schedules.

The idea here is to update with highlights and notable news week by week.

2018 Missouri Tiger football commit schedules

Mizzou is set at quarterback for the next two years with Drew Lock and have talented freshman Micah Wilson and Tyler Powell already developing under offensive coordinator Josh Heupel so James Foster is likely the only quarterback commit this year.

Sidney Lanier HS, Montgomery, Alabama - School Website

Quarterback James Foster’s Lanier High School is a 6A program on the rise in Alabama, having hosted a playoff game after a strong 8-win season last year but lost to Park Crossing who we’ll see later on this list. Lanier features Foster as well as Mizzou linebacker commit La’Dedrick Jackson; their opening game tonight will see them compete against blue-chip Mizzou target defensive lineman Alfred Thomas of Lee High School.

August 24th — 28-13 Win vs Lee
James Foster had two TD passes and one rushing TD

September 1st — vs Sumter Central
September 8th — @ Northview
September 14th — vs Russel County
September 22nd — @ Carver
September 29th — @ Jefferson Davis
October 5th — vs Dothan
October 20th — @ Park Crossing
October 27th — vs Stanhope Elmore
November 3rd — @ Prattville

Missouri will be looking to replace two graduating senior receivers in J’Mon Moore and Dominic Collins next year. They have four prospects already pledged in this class.

Mansfield Timberview HS, Arlington, Texas - School Website

Receiver Jalen Knox’s Mansfield Timberview High School plays in District 10-5A, “the toughest district in the state” last year according to The Wolves went 6-5 last season, losing a state playoff game despite Knox’s 96 yard kick return.

September 1st — @ Everman
September 8th — vs Lone Star
September 14th — vs Highland Park
September 21st — vs Red Oak
September 29th — Midlothian
October 13th — Mansfield Legacy
October 20th — Lancaster
October 27th — Waxahachie
November 3rd — Lake Ridge
November 10th — Mansfield Summit

Madison HS, Dallas, Texas

Receiver Danny Gray’s James Madison HS is a lower-tier 3A program in Texas football that went 8-3 the last two years and was district champion in 2015. They may have a chance to surprise preseason favorites Kemp this year and are picked as one of the top three teams in their division according to Friday Night Football Texas Magazine.

September 1st — vs Venus
September 8th — vs Roosevelt
September 16th — @ Life Oak Cliff
September 29th — vs Scurry Rosser
October 13th — @ Sunnyvale
October 19th — vs Kemp
October 27th — @ Palmer
November 3rd — vs Grandview
November 10th — @ Maypearl

Manvel HS, Manvel, Texas - School Website

Receiver Kam Scott’s Manvel High School is a Houston-area 5A program on a seven year streak of winning double-digit games, behind only renowned powerhouse Katy in overall wins in that time. They’re still seeking their first state title since appearing in the championship game in 2014.

September 1st — @ Crosby
September 7th — vs North Shore
September 15th — vs Pearland
September 29th — vs Ford Bend Willowridge
October 6th — @ Ball
October 14th — @ Fort Bend Marshall
October 20th — vs Ford Bend Elkins
October 27th — @ Texas City
November 3rd — vs Santa Fe
November 10th — @ Galena Park

Jones County Junior College, Ellisville, Mississippi - School Website

If you’ve watched Last Chance U on Netflix you’ll recognize the first team on this list. While season 3 of the documentary is being filmed at Independence Community College, the first two seasons took place in Scooba, Mississippi and followed head coach Buddy Stevens’s JUCO powerhouse.

August 31st — @ East Mississippi (!)
September 7th — vs Mississippi Delta
September 14th — @ Coahoma
September 21st — vs Copiah-Lincoln
September 28th — @ Southwest
October 5th — vs East Central
October 14th — @ Pear River
October 21st — vs Hinds
October 28th — @ Mississippi Gulf Coast

Mizzou will lose three senior lineman in Tyler Howell, Alec Abeln and Adam Ploudre after this season and will likely try to add as many as four in 2018.

Coppell HS, Coppell, Texas - School Website

Offensive tackle Mike Ruth’s Coppell Cowboys are an upper-tier 6A program that went 10-3 before losing to in the third round of the state playoffs last year. Coppell returns a bunch of players from that high-powered squad and is primed for another strong year.

September 1st — @ Bell
September 8th — vs Boyd
September 15th — @ Allen
September 29th — Dallas Jesuit
October 6th — @ Pearce
October 13th — vs Lake Highlands
October 20th -- vs White
October 27th — @ Berkner
November 3rd — @ Skyline
November 10th — vs Richardson

D Line Zou will graduate Marcell Frazier, Jordan Harold and AJ Logan in 2017 but looks to add up to five defensive lineman.

Blue Springs, Blue Springs, Missouri - School Website

Defensive end Daniel Parker Jr.’s Blue Springs Wildcats are a perennial 6A championship contender, winning three times, twice with undefeated seasons, the most recent in 2013.

August 18th — 43-7 Win @ Lee’s Summit
August 25th — 19-6 Win @ Lee’s Summit West

“It definitely boosted our confidence up,” Blue Springs senior defensive lineman Daniel Parker said. “We came to a great team’s home field, and we started off strong. It was really a good momentum shift.”

September 1st — vs Fayetteville
September 8th — @ Park Hill
September 15th — vs Shawnee Mission West
September 22nd — vs Rockhurst
September 29th — @ Lee’s Summit North
October 6th — vs Blue Springs South
October 13th — @ Ray-Pec
October 20th — District Playoff
October 27th — District Playoff
November 3rd — District Championship
November 10th — Semifinals
November 17th — State Championship

The Tigers will see Eric Beisel and Joey Burkett depart but already have their replacements onboard with the three linebacker recruits.

Ridge Point HS, Missouri City, Texas - School Website

Linebacker Chad Bailey’s Ridge Point Panthers are a 6A playoff mainstay, going 34-6 and winning seven playoff games in the past three years. Incoming freshman corner Terry Petry was a teammate of Bailey last year. One of Missouri’s top 2018 recruits will have plenty of opportunities demonstrate his talents.

August 25th - vs Katy Taylor - Scrimmage Cancelled due to hurricane
September 2nd — vs Kingwood
September 8th — vs Lamar Consolidated
September 16th — @ Stratford
September 28th — vs Kempner
October 7th — @ Clements
October 13th — vs Travis
October 20th — vs Dulles
October 27th — @ Austin
November 3rd — vs Bush
November 9th — @ Hightower

Del Valle HS, Del Valle, Texas - Team Website

Linebacker Cameron Wilkins’ Del Valle is yet another 6A Texas program, but one that’s struggled for winning records. This could be the year it makes a playoff push with Wilkins leading the way on defense.

September 1st — vs Rudder
September 8th — @ Pflugerville Connally
September 15th — @ McNeil
September 22nd — @ Reagan
September 29th — vs Ennis
October 6th — @ San Marcos
October 13th -- Bowie
October 19th — @ San Marcos
October 27th — vs Akins
November 3rd — vs Manor
November 10th — @ Anderson

Seniors Logan Cheadle, Anthony Sherrils, Thomas Wilson and Anthony Hines are all set to depart Mizzou secondary; the 2018 Show Me class already has those scholarships pledged to these four defensive backs.

Braden River HS, Bradenton, Florida - School Website

Defensive back Tyrone Collins Braden River team is a Florida 7A program that’s won 10, 13 and 9 games in the last three years under 6th year head coach Curt Bradley who used to play for Barry Odom in high school. Collins is the reigning All-Area Defensive player of the year, but is recovering from an ACL injury which may hold him out a large part of this season.

August 24th — 49-32 Win vs Chatfield
August 25th — @ Jordan Christian Prep
September 1st — vs Clearwater
September 8th — vs Manatee
September 15th — @ Palmetto
September 29th — vs Venice
October 6th — @ Booker
October 13th — vs Sarasota
October 20th — vs Lakewood Ranch
October 27th — vs North Port
November 3rd — @ St. Petersburg

Adams HS, Rochester, Michigan - School Website

Defensive back Vincent Gray’s Adams Highlanders finished ranked 10th in Michigan’s Oakland County Division 1, going 6-3 and narrowly made the 2016 state playoffs after a two year hiatus.

August 24th — 38-6 Win vs Rochester
August 31st — @ Lake Orion
September 8th — Oxford
September 15th — @ Bloomfield Hills
September 22nd — vs West Bloomfield
September 29th — vs Southfield Arts & Tech
October 6th — vs Clarkston
October 13th — @ Athens
October 20th — vs Stoney Creek

Park Crossing, Montgomery, Alabama - School Website

After playing QB for Alabama’s 7A Prattville last year, Cam Taylor’s new school Park Crossing High School plays in the same 6A division as James Foster’s Lanier HS. Park Crossing went 13-1 last year and also features four star Mizzou offensive line target Marcus “Tank” Jenkins.

August 25th — 53-20 Win vs Jefferson Davis
QB Cam Taylor had 238 total yards and six touchdowns (4 rushing, 2 passing).

September 1st — @ Lee
September 8th — @ Stanhope Elmore
September 15th — vs Northview
September 22nd — @ Russell
September 29th — @ Gadsden City
October 6th — vs Carver
October 13th — @ Dothan
October 20th — vs Sidney Lanier
October 27th — @ Clay Chalkville

Amite HS, Amite, Louisiana - School Website

Defensive back Tyrus Wheat’s Amite High School has won 10, 12, 8, and 12 games over the past four years, losing in the 3A state championship game last year.

August 25th — ??? vs Sumner
September 1st — Metairie Park County Day
September 8th — @ Loranger
September 15th — vs McComb
September 22nd — @ Independence
September 29th — @ Northlake ChristianOctober 6th — vs Pine
October 13th -- vs Pope John Paul II
October 20th — @ St. Helena
October 27th — vs Springfield
November 3rd — vs St. Thomas Aquinas

2018 Missouri Tiger football targets news

Mizzou RB target Kavosiey Smoke from Wetumpka in Montgomery, Alabama

August 25th — vs Prattville
Kavosiey Smoke finished with 157 yards on 14 carries and 4 TDs

September 1st -- @ Eufaula
September 8th — vs Chelsea
September 15th — Stanhope Elmore
September 22nd — Chilton County
September 29th — @ Greenville
October 6th — Pelham
October 13th — Helena
October 20th -- @ Opelika
October 27th — Benjamin Russell

Mizzou TE target Messiah Swinson from Long Island Luthran in Brookville, New York

September 2nd — @ Albertus Magnus
September 16th — vs Rye Country Day
September 23rd — @ Hackley
September 30th — vs Amistad
October 7th -- @ Hopkins
October 14th — vs Albany Academy
October 21st — @ St. Luke’s
October 28th — vs People’s Prep
November 11th — vs Concordia Prep

Mizzou CB target Donte Burton from Loganville in Loganville, Georgia

August 25th — 24-14 Loss vs Monroe Area
September 1st — @ North Forsyth
September 8th — @ Eastside
September 15th — vs Winder-Barrow
September 22nd — @ Walnut Grove
October 6th — @ Clarke Central
October 13th — Vs Flowery Branch
October 20th — @ Cedar Shoals
October 27th — vs Buford
November 3rd -- vs Johnson

Mizzou DE target Trajan Jeffcoat from Irmo in Columbia, South Carolina

August 18th -- 28-16 Win vs Nation Ford
August 25th -- 49-7 Win @ Mann
September 1st — @ Chapin
September 8th — vs Laurens
September 14th — @ Blythewood
September 22nd — vs Lexington
September 29th — @ White Knoll
October 6th — vs Spring Valley
Octobe 20th — @ River Bluff
October 27th — vs Dutch Fork

Mizzou DE target Madison Norris from Hamilton Southeastern in Fishers, Indiana

August 18th — 24-2 Win @ Kokomo
August 25th — 37-14 Loss @ North Central
September 1st — vs Avon
September 8th — @ Fishers
September 15th -- vs Westfield
September 22nd — @ Zionsville
September 29th — vs Noblesville
October 6th -- @ Brebeuf Jesuit Prep
October 13th — @ Brownsburg

Mizzou DE target Ronnie Perkins from Lutheran North in St. Louis, Missouri

August 19th -- 39-18 Win @ Evansville Mater Dei
August 26th — vs Orchard Farm
September 2nd — @ Westminster Christian
September 7th — MICDS
September 16th -- @ Burroughs
September 22nd — Lutheran South
September 30th -- @ Priory
October 6th — vs Mater Dei
October 14th — @ Normandy

Mizzou CB target JaKorey Hawkins from Lee in Montgomery, Alabama

August 24th — 28-13 Loss @ Lanier
September 1st — vs Park Crossing
September 15th -- @ Smiths Station
September 22nd — @ Prattville
September 28th — @ Carver
October 7th — vs Jefferson Davis
October 13th -- @ Auburn HS
October 21st — vs Central
October 27th — vs Enterprise

Mizzou DT target Trevor Trout from Chaminade in St. Louis, Missouri

August 18th — 20-14 Loss vs Kirkwood
August 25th — 40-13 Win vs Belleville East
September 1st -- @ St. Louis University
September 8th — vs Christian Brothers
September 15th -- vs Vianney
September 29th — @ Desmet Jesuit
October 6th — @ Central
October 13th — vs Central

Mizzou DT target Michael Thompson from Parkway North in St. Louis, Missouri

August 18th — 20-7 Loss vs Parkway Central
August 25th — 56-45 Win vs Marquette
September 1st — vs University City
September 8th — @ Rockwood Summit
September 15th — vs Kirkwood
September 22nd — @ Ritenour
September 28th — @ Oakville
October 7th — vs Webster Groves
October 13th — @ Pattonvilleparkway

Mizzou OT target Joshua Ezeudu from Archer HS in Lawrenceville, Georgia

August 19th — 25-17 Win vs Brookwood
August 25th — 52-7 Win vs Peachtree Ridge
September 8th — @ Mill Creek
September 15th — vs Norcross
September 22nd -- @ Roswell
October 6th — @ Newton
October 13th — vs Grayson
October 20th — vs Rockdale County
October 27th — @ South Gwinnett
November 3rd — @ Shiloh

Mizzou OT target Nick Lewis from Bolles HS in Jacksonville, Florida

September 1st — vs Deltona
September 8th — @ First Coast
September 15th — @ Trinity Christian Academy
September 22nd — vs Holy Trinity Episcopal
September 29th — vs Westside
October 6th — @ Ridge Community
October 13th — @ Bishop Kenny
October 20th -- @ Terr Parker
October 27th — vs Ponte Vedra
November 3rd — vs Columbia