Campus Corner

February 4, 2014 4:47 PM

Charting MU’s last four years of football recruits

Based on the players expected to sign Wednesday with Missouri, Rivals.com ranks the Tigers’ class as the 35th best in the nation. Pretty good, right? Well, that ranks 12th in the Southeastern Conference. Still, how much does that matter? Since Rivals.com started tracking such things in 2002, the Tigers have never been ranked higher than 21st and still have produced many standout players.

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