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MizzouFan13
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Power Mizzou
Does anyone pay for PowerMizzou on this thread? if so, im interested in who they say we need to get for "The Perfect Recruiting Class"


blueprint_one
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I see Gabe about twice a week and still refuse to pay for his site.


mouse_cop
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It's the most active Mizzou board by far but not enough insider info to justify a monthly subscription IMO


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Literalist
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Can't help you. While I can certainly afford the subscription, I just can't stomach Gabe.


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Mizzou Mule
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What position/recruit do you want to know about?

"A reminder before we begin that the Perfect Class is not simply a list of the top-ranked prospects that Missouri has offered at each position. It is meant to be realistic, and to estimate the number of prospects the Tigers will look to sign at each position. Basically, it’s the best-case scenario for players Missouri has a legitimate chance of landing. Note that while there are 25 players listed below, the Tigers are expected to have room to sign a few more than 25 next year, and they will undoubtedly pursue at least a couple transfers.

Without further ado, here is the 2021 Perfect Class, Version 4.0."


Zou brownmajic
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Where's the list of players or the link
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Mizzou Mule
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Pay wall.

If you want the entire article, subscribe your cheapness.
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Ridgewalker
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Gabe is too much of a man bun type for me to ever support anything he does. He is amazingly thin skinned for a so called journalist.


Mizzou Mule
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Ridge, I agree with that.
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Literalist
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Thin skinned and, more than that, arrogant. He just wrote:

"...College sports legitimately cannot survive if we don't have a season. A truncated (that means shorter for those that need help) season makes it tough..."

That's an example of why I don't like his style. Talking down to one's readers is not good journalism. And, by the way, a real "journalist" would have simply written "Shorter" in the first place.


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MizzouFan13
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OL, LB, DB.

Those are the 3 positions we will be thinnest after this season. We need to get some big time guys that could potentially play early


blueprint_one
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Everything is thin right now.
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Mizzou Mule
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The Perfect Class 2021: Version 4.0
Mitchell Forde • PowerMizzou
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Missouri landed the top offensive lineman on its board when it beat out the likes of Alabama, Oklahoma and Texas A&M for Tollison. Now, we expect the Tigers to take at least two more players up front, and possibly three. Orr appears to be the new top target. The Alabama product has seen his recruitment pick up in the last couple months. He earned an offer from Missouri on March 31, and since then 14 new schools have offered, including Mississippi, Mississippi State, Oregon, Minnesota, Tennessee and Kentucky. Orr hasn't been very vocal about his recruitment, so we'll keep our eyes peeled for a list cut. James is another tackle who Missouri has prioritized. The Chicagoan has already been on campus for an unofficial visit and told Rivals' Josh Helmholdt that he hears directly from Drinkwitz. He also mentioned Minnesota and Michigan State programs recruiting him the hardest. Finally, Estes took an official visit to Missouri shortly before recruiting was shut down and told PowerMizzou that he continues to hear from the staff frequently. Estes tweeted Tuesday that he will release a top five this week. We would certainly expect Missouri to be included; Florida State seems like the biggest competition.

A couple other names to keep an eye on along the offensive line Include Thornton Gentry and Joe Alt. Alt, the son of former Kansas City Chiefs tackle John Alt, recently told KStateOnline that he still wants to visit Kansas State, Missouri, Northwestern and Stanford. Home-state school Minnesota could also be a factor, but Iowa — his father's alma mater — looks like the school to beat. Gentry, who had been recruited by Drinkwitz's staff at Appalachian State, was supposed to visit Missouri's campus in mid-March but had those plans canceled due to the virus outbreak. He has also drawn offers from the likes of North Carolina State, Kansas State, Virginia Tech and Syracuse.

Missouri may well end up taking a linebacker In the 2021 class, but if the Tigers do, it will likely be someone who Is available late in the recruiting process. With eight scholarship linebackers expected to return to the 2021 roster and just two spots for them in the 4-2-5 defensive scheme, there are simply bigger needs elsewhere.

The defensive line may be the top emphasis in this class, but the secondary isn't far behind. We expect Missouri to add seven to eight players in the defensive backfield when it's all said and done. The Tigers got off to a strong start in doing so over the past few weeks, landing commitments from cornerbacks Jackson and Sistrunk earlier this month. After landing those two, Carnell is almost certainly the top remaining priority at corner. The four-star Indianapolis product took a visit to Missouri prior to recruiting being shut down and shortly thereafter named the Tigers among his top three, along with Purdue and West Virginia. Carnell has said he would like to wait until he can take more official visits to finalize his decision. Other cornerback targets include Perkins, a former Southern Mississippi commit who has seen his stock rise at Gulf Coast Community College, and Reeves. Perkins, who would have two years of eligibility remaining, has a lengthy offer list that includes Arkansas, Baylor, Louisville, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Oregon and Texas A&M. Reeves told PowerMizzou earlier this week that he has been hearing from defensive coordinator Ryan Walters and cornerbacks coach David Gibbs for a while now. His other suitors include Pittsburgh, Virginia and Washington State.

At safety, one of Missouri's targets is expected to make a decision very shortly after this story publishes. Lovett tweeted Tuesday that he will announce his commitment Wednesday at noon. Missouri made Lovett's top seven schools list, and while we wouldn't count the Tigers completely out, Kentucky seems like the favorite to land the Bluegrass State native. Another safety being heavily pursued by the Tigers is Hibbler. The St. Louis product told Rivals that receiving an offer last month from the in-state school was a "special moment" and he wants to take a visit to Missouri once in-person recruiting resumes. He also mentioned Arkansas, Iowa State and Nebraska as schools he would like to visit.

Other defensive backs to monitor include Andrew Mukuba, Dreyden Norwood and Jaden Payne. If Lovett indeed commits to Kentucky, as expected, Mukuba could be another option at safety. The Texas product included Missouri among his top 12 on Tuesday. Payne, another safety, lists offers from Missouri and Kentucky, but most of his recent communication seems to have come with mid-major level programs, so he might be more of a backup plan. Norwood, who plays both quarterback and defensive back for his Northside (Ark.) high school team, named Missouri among his top five schools last month. He hasn't yet taken a visit to Columbia, and the Tigers' competition will be tough, with Arkansas, Georgia, Notre Dame and Oklahoma making up the rest of his top group, but he did recently say that he would like to visit all five of his finalists before making a decision, so Missouri should at least get a chance to make its case.
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MizzouFan13
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Thank you, I appreciate it.


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