Mizzou Basketball Recruiting
Maybe you can always come back home.
Mizzou is looking to the transfer portal to round out what could be a very competitive roster for the 2023-2024 season.
Dennis Gates landed Colorado State’s John Tonje as the first splash pickup of the offseason, a senior guard who averaged 14.6 points.
The Tigers followed a familiar script in plucking a JUCO prospect from John A. Logan College.
Dennis Gates’ first fall class at Missouri looks like a good one.
The Tigers have already shipped out more than 100 offers and hosted seven top-150 prospects in the 2024 class.
The current three-man recruiting class has all the hallmarks of a really good foundation.
The Tigers landed their third four-star prospect in the 2023 class, giving Dennis Gates a big who spaces the floor at one end and protects the rim at the other.
As Texas and Oklahoma are set to join the league, how will Dennis Gates stack up against a deeper league?
The three-star point guard’s physical profile, sound judgment, potent mid-range game, and tenacity on the ball make him an intriguing upside play for coach Dennis Gates.
The Florida Guard is a high upside long term bet in the back court.
This time the bat signal was actually about a commitment!
The Mizzou to the NBA Pipeline has grown a bit barren over the years.
The new staff has been aggressive in sending out offers and making contact with the next generation of players.
The 7’2" post played spot minutes in two seasons for the Vikings.
The transfer portal has turned NCAA rosters into a turnstile, but good programs keep their players. Weird how that works.
Gates and his Associate Head Coach Charlton "CY" Young have their work cut out for them in getting talent to Columbia.
Dennis Gates has been busy in the early spring period.
Look at the picture where he’s blocking Oscar Tshiebwe.