“We’re just looking at him, that’s all we’re doing …,” Tigers coach Gary Pinkel said when asked whether the move of redshirt freshman cornerback Raymond Wingo to slot receiver was a permanent change. “It’s not unusual. We try to do that occasionally with some players just so we get a pretty good evaluation.”
“We’re just looking at him, that’s all we’re doing …,” Tigers coach Gary Pinkel said when asked whether the move of redshirt freshman cornerback Raymond Wingo to slot receiver was a permanent change. “It’s not unusual. We try to do that occasionally with some players just so we get a pretty good evaluation.” File photo by SHANE KEYSER The Kansas City Star
“We’re just looking at him, that’s all we’re doing …,” Tigers coach Gary Pinkel said when asked whether the move of redshirt freshman cornerback Raymond Wingo to slot receiver was a permanent change. “It’s not unusual. We try to do that occasionally with some players just so we get a pretty good evaluation.” File photo by SHANE KEYSER The Kansas City Star

Missouri gives cornerback Raymond Wingo some work at slot receiver

April 07, 2015 7:57 PM