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Eli Drinkwitz has taken Mizzou recruiting to another level in his first full cycle as the Tigers' head coach. Missouri currently has 21 players on the commitment list and is looking to add up to seven more in the coming weeks.
PowerMizzou.com will be your complete source for updates throughout the first day of the early signing period and Drinkwitz looks to keep the Tigers in the top 20 of the national team rankings.
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Lovett is a prospect that was offered by Missouri's previous staff, but that interest carried over with linebackers coach DJ Smith heading up his recruiting process. The three-star prospect chose the Tigers over Louisville, West Virginia, Georgia Tech, Iowa State, and others.
Reeves is another long, physical Florida defensive back that caught the eye of defensive coordinator Ryan Walters and that relationship lead to a commitment. Virginia, Pitt, Washington State, South Florida, and others were also involved.
George began his college career as a fullback at Miami (Fla.) before transitioning to defensive line in the JUCO ranks. His fall practice film caught the eyes of the Mizzou coaches, who were able to land his commitment from the likes of Old Dominion, Arkansas State, Eastern Michigan, and others. He will enroll in January.
Missouri didn't waste a lot of time on getting its quarterback commitment in this year's class. Macon gave his verbal pledge to the Tigers back on March 13th over the likes of Indiana, Iowa, Michigan State, Vanderbilt, Iowa State, Illinois, and others. Macon will sign enroll in January.
Missouri was recruiting Lovett hard before he settled with Arizona State back in September. The Sun Devils didn't have room for him to be a mid-year enrollee, and the Tigers were able to flip him this past Friday.. He will also be an early enrollee.
Montgomery is one of the two crown jewel commitments from the Indianapolis area, the four-star is ranked No. 204 in the Rivals150 and chose Missouri over the likes of Minnesota, Florida State, and Purdue.
Mizzou landed the hard-hitting safety out of the St. Louis are back in June. The three-star prospect chose the Tigers over the likes of Arkansas, Iowa State, Michigan State, Nebraska, Mississippi State, and others.
Carnell is one of the two crown jewel commitments from the Indianapolis area. Missouri put the full-court press on the the four-star talent, who chose the Tigers over a final three that also included Purdue and West Virginia. He will enroll early.
Ford was another huge St. Louis area pickup for the Tigers back on April 30th. The four-star prospect had 33 offers on his resume and chose Missouri over the likes of Louisville, Illinois, and others. Ford will enroll in January.
Missouri linebackers coach DJ Smith and Eli Drinkwitz recruited Wilson when they were at Appalachian State and that interest carried over when they went to Missouri. Wilson also held offers from Louisville, NC State, South Carolina, West Virginia, Wake Forest, and others.
Butts was the first of two running back commitments for the Tigers. The St. Louis product chose Missouri over other offers from Kentucky, Indiana, Louisville, West Virginia, Purdue, Iowa State, and others.
Robledo is a very under-rated talent coming out of the JUCO ranks in California. He is a former teammate of current Tiger Ben Key and chose Missouri over the likes of Arizona, UCLA, Washington State, Ole Miss, Houston, UCF, and others. He will enroll early.
Despite two powerhouse programs in Oklahoma and Alabama making a strong push, Missouri was able to secure the commitment of Tollison on March 8th after a couple of visits to CoMo to start the new year.
McKay had an offer from Missouri's previous staff, but he also had a previous relationship with current tight ends coach Casey Woods that led to him choosing Missouri over the likes of Indiana, Kansas, UAB, Southern Miss, Florida Atlantic, Memphis, Liberty, and others.
Wingo was the first commitment for Missouri in the 2021 class back on January 19th, who picked the Tigers over the likes of Arkansas, Iowa State, Louisville, K-State, Purdue, Texas Tech, West Virginia, and others.
Hoerstkamp was offered by Missouri during a junior day visit in March and fulfilled his dream of playing for the school he grew up rooting for. The Tigers have kept him in the class despite recruiting efforts from Alabama and a late offer from the Washington Huskies.
Jones was Missouri's 17th overall commitment on July 11th, choosing the Tigers over a Top 5 that also included Texas, Baylor, Nebraska, and Colorado.
Sistrunk is considered a defensive back that is raw with tremendous upside, having only played football for two years. He caught the eye of defensive coordinator Ryan Walters in 2019 during a recruiting visit and chose Missouri over Illinois, Ole Miss, Colorado, Mississippi State, Pitt, and others.
- Walker picked Missouri over UCLA and Colorado on signing day. The Tigers had been in pursuit since he attended a camp on campus during the summer of 2019.
- A spring practice visit from David Gibbs in 2019 sparked a relationship and eventual commitment from Jackson, who chose the Tigers over other options that included Kansas, Kansas State, UConn, Arkansas State, and others.