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Jersey numbers for Missouri’s incoming football class

07/16/2013 11:40 AM

07/16/2013 11:41 AM

Missouri’s new football media guide — which was released Tuesday, the first day of the Southeastern Conference’s Media Days — contains heights, weights and jersey numbers for Missouri’s entire 2013 recruiting class.

Here they are, listed in numerical order. Missouri has confirmed that all of the following players are on campus, aside from safety Duron Singleton and defensive tackle Josh Augusta (I hope to get an update on their status today).

• Safety Duron Singleton (6-1, 210) will wear No. 2

• Kicker Luke Jackson (6-0, 170) will wear No. 3

• Receiver J’Mon Moore (6-3, 185) will wear No. 4

• Quarterback Eddie Printz (6-3, 210) will wear No. 9

• Quarterback Trent Hosick (6-1, 230) will wear No. 11

• Cornerback Aaron Penton (5-10, 185) will wear No. 11

• Safety Shaun Rupert (6-0, 180) will wear No. 13

• Cornerback Anthony Sherrils (5-11, 180) will wear No. 22

• Linebacker Joey Burkett (6-1, 210) will wear No. 34

• Defensive end Marcus Loud (6-4, 255) will wear No. 35

• Linebacker Eric Beisel (6-2, 240) will wear No. 38

• Linebacker Michael Holt (6-1, 210) will wear No. 43

• Offensive lineman Alec Abeln (6-3, 280) will wear No. 57

• Defensive tackle DeQuinton Osborne (6-1, 300) will wear No. 64

• Offensive tackle Harnett Gill (6-6, 280) will wear No. 71

• Offensive tackle Clay Rhodes (6-5, 285) will wear No. 72

• Defensive tackle A.J. Logan (6-2, 315) will wear No. 75

• Tight end Jason Reese (6-3, 235) will wear No. 82

• Defensive tackle Nate Crawford (6-5, 315) will wear No. 87

• Defensive end Charles Harris (6-4, 220) will wear No. 91

• Defensive tackle Josh Augusta (6-4, 300) will wear No. 97

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