Shamar Nash decommitted, as many expected. Less expected: a last-second 2018 commitment from someone else.
Missouri’s 2018 recruiting class was a bomb in-state and one of the school’s most successful out-of-state.
Historically speaking, around 80 percent of the players the Tigers signed this year will actually play for Missouri. Around half will start a game.
The Tigers officially announced the signing of six more recruits, including former EMCC quarterback Lindsey Scott Jr.
This post will be updated throughout the day as Mizzou’s football signings roll in.
The longtime Memphis commit flipped when it was fax machine time.
Meanwhile, the biggest name left on the 2018 recruiting board is in Norman.
The 6’0, 185-pounder hails from Converse, Tex.
Barry Odom has opinions on the new recruiting calendar.
The 5’11, 164-pounder hails from Bradenton, Fla.
The 6’3, 220-pounder hails from Irmo, S.C.
The 6’1, 175-pounder hails from Apopka, Fla.
The 5’10, 175-pounder hails from Raytown.
The 5’11, 185-pounder hails from Arlington, Tex.
The 6’1, 174-pounder hails from Dallas.
The 6’7, 300-pounder hails from Coppell, Tex.
The 6’2, 165-pounder hails from Manvel, Tex.
The 6’6, 309-pounder hails from West Bloomfield, Mich.