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POLL Time! Who amongst these four players is most important to the Mizzou Offense this season?

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We asked Twitter, you answered! Here are the results.

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Yesterday, while we were all waiting for the Jontay Porter news, we asked our Twitter audience who amongst four players would be the most important to the Mizzou Offense for this upcoming season. See the results below, some replies, and be sure to vote in the poll below as well!

With over 1,200 votes cast, it looks like Damarea Crockett is the over-whelming favorite here with 53% of the votes. Crockett missed most of last year due to injury, but there’s no question that having him back in the lineup will help the offense. Albert Okwuegbunam comes in second with 22% of the votes and the WR duo of Nate Brown and Emanuel Hall combined for 25% of the votes.

Now, here are some of the reactions:

This was certainly an interesting development. We saw what Hall did last year, but this could be the year Nate Brown reaches the potential many believes he has.

We decided to go strictly skill position players here. We know how important they are because when Lock has a clean pocket, so much can happen.

Could be a really valuable option in the Red Zone.

Now, what do you think?

Poll

#POLL Time! Who amongst these four players is most important to the Mizzou Offense this season?

This poll is closed

  • 42%
    Damarea Crockett
    (114 votes)
  • 22%
    Nate Brown
    (60 votes)
  • 15%
    Emanuel Hall
    (41 votes)
  • 20%
    Albert Okwuegbunam
    (56 votes)
271 votes total Vote Now

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