7-on-7 camps ... lots of visitors ... a couple of commitments ... a de-commitment ... it was quite the weekend for high school football prospects coming to Columbia.
First of all, if you’re a PowerMizzou subscriber, you’ve got plenty to comb through — a 7-on-7 notebook with quotes from Marcus Washington and other top St. Louis prospects, a quick Q&A with Tauskie Dove, a Q&A with weekend visitor Aidan Robbins (spoiler: the visit went well), and a Q&A with another visitor, Tre Mosley.
But that’s enough talk. Time for the TWEET FIREHOSE.
Three-star Kirkwood defensive end Arvell Ferguson Jr. got an offer.
Three-star Parkway North receiver CJ Boone (who already has an offer) was in town.
Enjoyed My Slight Mizzou Visit , I’ll be back Soon #MIZ— C J A Y B O O N E⁵. (@Cjay5k) June 9, 2018
Had a fantastic time at Mizzou!! pic.twitter.com/owqMtKSM9X— Ishmael Burdine ™️ (@ish_burddd) June 11, 2018
And Mosley, a three-star Michigan receiver.
Florida receiver Ezeriah Anderson puts Mizzou in his top six.
blessed!Thank you to all coaches who have recruited me up until this point! pic.twitter.com/qMJrN4WmRk— Ezeriah Anderson (@ez_anderson) June 10, 2018
High-three-star Georgia offensive lineman Riley Simonds recently visited Columbia and is committing next week.
Committing jun 20th— Riley Simonds (@simonds_riley9) June 10, 2018
Rock Bridge receiver Martez Manuel made the drive up Providence.
- I’ve got a piece coming up later this morning on Karissa Schweizer’s sixth national title (I didn’t want her to get drowned out by football stuff), but in the meantime, check out the KC Star’s Schweizer piece.
- 2020 hoops blue-chipper Josh Christopher was in St. Louis this weekend. So was Mizzou strength coach Nicodemus Christopher. How convenient.
So, it looks like Nicodemus Christopher linked up to see his cousin, Josh Christopher, who is in St. Louis for the the Elite 100 camp. pic.twitter.com/XfUfQtfR5l— Matt Harris (@MattJHarris85) June 10, 2018
- Welp, looks like four Mizzou Baseball players will be leaving school early to sign with teams that drafted them. Losing Bryce Montes de Oca and Michael Plassmeyer wasn’t a surprise; losing Giovanni Lopez and Brian Sharp, though, was. At least to me.