Mizzou fans are excited about the next few weeks of recruiting news, and there was no better way to kick it off than the bonus pickup of an out-of-state four-star lineman this week.
A.J. Harris is a 6-foot-4, 300-pound guard out of Stiwell (Kan.). But he’s not going to be playing for Bill Snyder or Charlie Weis with either of the two in-state Big 12 schools, and he won’t be heading to Ohio State in the Big Ten. Arkansas made a run at him too, but that didn’t work either.
Nope, he’s fired up about the season Mizzou had last fall and how the Tigers figured prominently into the SEC race for a championship. And with four-star legacy QB Drew Lock announcing his college decision next week, and other four-star players like Natereace Strong and Alex Ofodile looking like strong possibilities to land with the Tigers in the future–this could be one of the more impressive Mizzou classes in recent memory.