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More All-Americans and Commitments for Mizzou Football

Mizzou Links for Tuesday, December 12

Mizzou Keeps Stacking All-Americans

In what is considered to perhaps be the most prestigious list of All-Americans, Mizzou Football placed four players on the Associated Press teams.

Cody Schrader’s remarkable season filled with accolades continues as he is one of nine players in the SEC to land on the AP First-Team.

Meanwhile, Kris Abrams-Draine and Luther Burden III received second-team honors, plus Javon Foster landed on the third team.

From the FWAA (Football Writers Association of America), Kris Abrams-Draine, Javon Foster, and Cody Schrader all received second-team honors.

In fact, Javon Foster is Mizzou Football’s first offensive lineman to be a FWAA All-American since 1962!

If you want to keep track of all of the Mizzou Football All-Americans, Josh Matejka has them listed here.

There’s no doubt that it will be tough to replace Cody Schrader’s production, but Mizzou has found an answer at the running back position for next season with the addition of Georgia State transfer Marcus Carroll Jr.

According to On3 Sports, Carroll is listed as one of the top running backs in the portal.

Drinkwitz and the staff have filled two positions of need in the portal rather quickly with Toriano Pride at CB and Carroll at RB. A great couple of days on the recruiting front for Mizzou Football.

So. how about Mizzou Hoops? It’s decision day for COMO native and 2025 four-star PG Aaron Rowe — and all signs are pointing to him staying home. Tune in today at 4:15 CST on YouTube.

There appears to be commitment news on the way for Mizzou Baseball as well, according to this bat signal from Kerrick Jackson.

Onto the links. M-I-Z!


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(Miscellaneous/Tweets)

  • Mizzou Basketball is in Kansas City on Sunday vs Seton Hall, and tickets are still on sale!
  • Looks like the Mizzou Alumni Tiger Tailgate for the Cotton Bowl will be held at the Texas Rangers stadium!
  • According to Kelley Ford ratings, Mizzou was the biggest overachieving team this season with +4.0 wins:
  • From On3 Sports: Luther Burden comes in at No. 7 on their early 2024 Heisman candidates.
  • Matt Harris with some film on Aaron Rowe:
  • Mizzou Running Backs coach Curtis Luper named one of college football’s 12 best coordinators this season by 247Sports:
  • Mizzou Wrestling’s Nate Pulliam with the win over No. 23 Wyoming’s Gabe Willochell over the weekend:
  • Gholston still hitting buzzer beaters. Nothing new here.
  • Kerrick Jackson attending the Boys and Girls Club of COMO:
  • Some good stuff here on LeBron James helping Lakers teammates (including D’Moi Hodge) to a big pay-day at NBA’s in-season tournament. From Marc J. Spears:
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