It appears Aidan Harrison’s time in Columbia has come to an end.

That’s due to the fact the redshirt freshman defensive back has just entered the NCAA transfer portal, according to Rivals Portal.

Harrison signed with Mizzou as a member of the 2019 recruiting cycle, the final full class of the Barry Odom era, as a three-star prospect from Michigan.

After appearing in nine games during his true freshman season, Harrison did not see the field for the Tigers in 2020.

Here is his bio listed on the Missouri team site:

Played in eight games during his true freshman season, seeing time primarily on special teams … Did not record any statistics, but the coaches are high on his athleticism and play-making ability as he should make an impact in the secondary throughout his career.


A three-star recruit by all the major recruiting services … Division 7-8 Player of the Year after a standout season playing on both sides of the ball as a senior … Division 7-8 Michigan All-State First-Team selection as well … All-Area and Dream Team defense member according to … Posted 1,144 all-purpose yards offensively, lining up at wideout and running back, and led the team with 25 touchdowns as a senior … Rushed for 766 yards and 17 of his 25 scores … Had 479 yards and eight TDs through the air as he possesses elite ball skills … In the Division 7 State Championship game he posted a pair of touchdowns, coming on a 34-yard run and a 96-yard kick return … Had four touchdowns in a 51-22 win in the state semifinals … Did not allow a reception during his entire senior season on the defensive side of the ball … Guided New Lothrop to a Division 7 State Championship as a senior, doing so showing great toughness while playing through a broken hand  … New Lothrop finished the season 13-1 en route to the state championship … Competed in track & field at New Lothrop … Played at nearby Flushing High School as a junior and posted 235 rushing yards on 16 carries while racking up 26 tackles (20 solo) with a pair of interceptions …  Primary recruiter: Brian Odom … Chose Mizzou over offers from Ball State, Buffalo, Iowa State and Western Michigan.