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Updated Basketball Scholarship Chart


With plenty of roster movement over the last few weeks, we take a moment to refresh everyone's memory on Mizzou's scholarship situation in basketball.

Players are listed in their graduation year if they were to spend all four years in college. Obviously, that will not likely be the case with some of them.

Mizzou Basketball Scholarship Chart
2018 2019 2020 2021 Committed/Signed

J. Barnett

T. Phillips

R. Nikko

J. Porter

T. Watson

K. Robertson

J. Geist

M. Porter

K.J. Santos*

K. Puryear

J. Tilmon

J. Pickett

C. VanLeer

M. Smith

X. Pinson

OVERVIEW: The scholarship limit in any given year is 13. Following the year, Missouri will lose Jordan Barnett and Kassius Robertson. They will add four signees, which will bring the overall scholarship count to 13.

So, in theory, Missouri is out of scholarships for right now. In reality, everyone expects Michael Porter Jr. to head to the NBA Draft after this season, which would mean Mizzou can add at least one more player. Plus, the long-term future of Terrence Phillips is in question at this point. Phillips is indefinitely suspended as the subject of a Title IX investigation by the University at this time. It is not believed he will return to the team, which means the Tigers would have two spots available in the late signing period.

Following the 2019 season, three or four more players would come off the books (depending on what happens with Phillips' situation and scholarship), meaning Cuonzo Martin and staff have at least three available scholarships for a strong class headlined locally by the likes of E.J. Liddell, Mario McKinney and Isiaih Mosley.