| Class of 2017
Jay Williams says Missouri's Michael Porter Jr.'s injury further proves that players who have a chance to be a NBA top pick shouldn't jeopardize it by playing in college.
The Jump crew breaks down their must watch college players before the season tips off, including Michael Porter Jr. and DeAndre Ayton.
Missouri's Michael Porter Jr. details his strengths and weaknesses, describes playing with his father as a coach and describes being viewed as a one-and-done player.
ESPN's No. 2 prospect of the class of 2017, Michael Porter Jr., is about to take college hoops by storm.
Jontay Porter is reclassifying and will play alongside his brother, Michael Porter Jr., at Missouri, where their father is an assistant coach.
Michael Porter Jr., the No. 1 prospect in the nation, told ESPN that he wants to take Missouri to the Final Four next season.
Originally part of Washington's top-five recruiting class, ESPN 100 point guard Blake Harris is joining No. 1 prospect Michael Porter Jr. at Missouri.
Michael Porter Jr., widely viewed as the top player in the 2017 class, scored 19 points, and the U.S. national junior select team beat the world team 98-87 in the 20th annual Nike Hoop Summit.
Michael Porter Jr. has reopened his recruitment as Washington released him from his letter of intent. His dad, meanwhile, has taken a job with the Missouri men's team.
St. Louis post-dispatch Mizzou beat writer Dave Matter joins Bernie Miklasz to answer the question everyone wants to know, is Michael Porter Jr. coming to Missouri?
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