Mizzou Basketball Recruiting
The on the court struggles reflect a program in need of a momentum change off the court.
Frank Haith and Mike Anderson blended rosters with freshmen and transfers and now Cuonzo Martin is doing the same.
For the better part of the Post-Norm era, the transfer market has provided Missouri the boost it’s needed.
Landing elite talent doesn’t always work out for the Tigers.
We’ve usually been able to peg recruiting for Missouri Basketball, but under Martin the destination is largely unknown.
This week saw the official launch of the 2022 college basketball recruiting cycle. We’re surveying the landscape after Mizzou reached out to several recruits.
If the right name pops up, Cuonzo Martin can pounce.
With a plethora of holes to fill, Missouri has been more aggressive in sending out offers.
Cuonzo Martin is needing to have a big 2021 class, and Brookshire is a good start.
A big offer went out, but it might have shown a bit of Cuonzo Martin’s hand as he crafts his next recruiting class.
The Michigan point guard’s decision leaves the Missouri on the hunt to fill a pair of open scholarships.
Mizzou has a trio of targets deciding their futures in the coming days.
After stops at Idaho and Otero College, the combo guard and his jumper is one option to fill a void on the wing.
In high school, Justin Turner’s mid-range was undervalued by high-major suitors. Today, he’s one of the most coveted graduate transfers in the country.
A calm coaching carousel, uncertainty over the NBA draft and logistical issues has led to a slow developing pool of talent. Under the circumstances, patience might be a virtue for Cuonzo Martin and his staff.
McKinney opens a hole the Tigers need to fill with a big need... somebody who can score.
The Tigers’ haul in 2020 is modest and might not match outside expectations, but Cuonzo Martin’s blueprint still appears sound.
The 7-foot-3 center signed as part of the 2020 class
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Cuonzo Martin didn’t land either of the elite talents in St. Louis, but his track record of winning suggests that Missouri will be in good hands even without five-star players.