There's both good and bad news about Missouri recruiting for the 2015 class. The good news is the Tigers' class ranks as the 30th-best in the country with only 15 commitments. That means the Tigers have plenty of room to climb up the charts as more players commit.
about 59 days ago | Jeremy Crabtree | NCF On The Trail
Are four-star DT Carlos Davis and his twin, three-star tackle Khalil Davis, still committed to Nebraska? Good luck figuring that out. Plus, handicapping the finalists in advance of Josh Sweat's Wednesday decision.
about 82 days ago | Jeremy Crabtree | NCF On The Trail
When the Missouri Tigers take on the Alabama Crimson Tide on Saturday afternoon in the SEC championship game it will feature two teams with drastically different styles -- both on the field and in recruiting.
about 88 days ago | Derek Tyson | NCF On The Trail
Of the 87 players Missouri has signed since 2011, 75 were ranked as three-star prospects or lower. Recruiting reporter Derek Tyson joins ESPN's Phil Murphy to explain how the Tigers have reached back-to-back SEC title games without five-star talent.
Star 2016 DT Edwin Alexander backed away from an early pledge to LSU, but expect his next pledge to stick this time around. The battle for ESPN 300 offensive guard Joshua Wariboko will come down to two schools.
about 111 days ago | Jeremy Crabtree | NCF On The Trail
Lee's Summit (Mo.) quarterback Drew Lock, the No. 103 overall player in the ESPN Junior 300, committed Wednesday to Missouri. National recruiting reporter Jeremy Crabtree explains what the decision means for the Tigers.
Big Ten teams need to find a way to increase athleticism through recruiting and Wisconsin is working hard in Florida to make that happen. Plus, UCLA quarterback commit Josh Rosen continues to be the gift that keeps on giving for the Bruins on the recruiting trail.
about 151 days ago | Jeremy Crabtree | NCF On The Trail
The Early Offer is RecruitingNation's regular feature, giving you a daily dose of recruiting news across the country. Today's offerings: James Franklin and Penn State was already building one of the best classes in the country, and Monday's news that the Nittany Lions were eligible for postseason play will help them build an even better class.
about 174 days ago | Jeremy Crabtree | NCF On The Trail