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2017 Schedule
4-8, 7th in SEC - East

Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation 

While there are five ESPN 300 recruits from the Show Me State, there are five others that are also highly coveted and could eventually climb into the national rankings. This deep talent pool creates a real opportunity for Missouri coach Barry Odom to recapture some momentum for his program, and all signs point toward the Tigers doing well with a number of these elite prospects.

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ESPN 300 QB James Foster a needed spark for Missouri

Missouri and head coach Barry Odom were in need of a spark to get the Class of 2018 started. After a couple of months of waiting, the Tigers couldn’t have asked for a better start than reeling in ESPN 300 quarterback James Foster on Wednesday.

Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation 

In the 2015 class three players from Missouri cracked the ESPN 300, but there has never been five players to make the list. That changed Thursday when five prospects from the Show Me State made the initial list for the 2018 class. Fast-rising linebacker Ayodele Adeoye is the No. 43 player overall, and he's joined by receiver Kamryn Babb (78), defensive tackle Michael Thompson (109), defensive end Ronnie Perkins (137) and cornerback Mario Goodrich (146). Adeoye, Babb, Thompson and Perkins are all from St. Louis, while Goodrich is from Kansas City.

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Matter: 'The expectations are going to be high' (2:59)
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Tigers' offense excels in spring game (1:28)
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Evaluating Mizzou's QB potential (1:39)
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Odom: 'We'll take every teaching moment we can' (1:18)

ESPN Stats and Information  

Missouri's offense improved significantly in QB Drew Lock's first full season as a starter. The Tigers' spring game (Saturday, 2 p.m. ET on SEC Network) could feature up to 10 returning starters on offense.

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Odom gives a tour of Columbia (2:52)
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D-Line Zou keeps hitting hard (3:15)
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Jordan Rodgers, Tom Hart try out cryotherapy chamber (3:43)
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Recapping Missouri's pro day (3:01)
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Cox hoping to become two-sport athlete for Missouri (2:21)

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