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Mizzou Hoops begins work on the 2022 class

Mizzou Links for Tuesday, June 16

Sports are slowly trickling back into place, but (as we’ve covered on this site), recruiting never sleeps. It also doesn’t take Mondays off, as evidenced by the launch of the 2022 recruiting cycle for men’s college basketball yesterday.

Obviously, these are not the only players Mizzou will touch base with, and there’s a chance none of them end up as Tigers. But this is who we know Missouri is targeting right now, so let’s focus in.

For your sake, we’ve run through highlight videos and scouting pages for all of these recruits right below:

Tarris Reed Jr.: Rivals, 247

Aidan Shaw: Rivals, 247

Larry Hughes II: Rivals, 247

Hughes is number 11 in the white jersey in the below video

Taj Manning

Jalen Quinn: 247

Jaylon McDaniel: Rivals

After Matt’s rundown, another offer was reported as having gone out from Mizzou:

Not for nothing, the staff is also hard at work at the upcoming 2021 class as evidenced by the news of an additional offer to a Top 100 combo guard.

We’ll have more later this week on the the latest wave of Missouri recruiting and what it means moving forward.

More Links:

  • Mizzou alum and one-time local football star Alex Ofodile is taking up a new position on the field.
  • Mizzou Baseball picked up a commitment from Three Rivers College third basemen Brenton Tidd on Monday.
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