Missouri is bringing in just as many transfers as freshmen. What can we expect from the more experienced half of the 2018 class?
Missouri’s 2018 recruiting class seems to be all wrapped up. What should we expect from the incoming freshmen?
Blake Harris and C.J. Roberts didn’t last half a season before opting for new horizons. Did they leave any notable impact on Missouri basketball before then?
One of the most hyped recruits of the modern area pledged his commitment to Missouri in March. And then... well, we all know what happened.
The second Porter brother in the 2017 class stepped out his older brother’s shadow to become arguably the best all-around player on the Tigers’ roster.
The Tigers returned to Memorial Stadium for the first time in 2018 on Saturday for the annual Black & Gold Spring Game.
CVL saw his minutes drastically cut this year, but still provided valuable depth to a thin backcourt.
Damarea Crockett and Larry Rountree III rarely shared the backfield last year, but that’s due to change.
Jordan Geist played his way into starter’s minutes by filling a role of urgent need.
Adam Sparks could be the Tigers’ top cornerback by the fall, while Aubrey Miller Jr. and Joshuah Bledsoe are carving out their own respective niches.