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A&M And Mizzou Already Targeting SEC-Based Recruits

When the SEC added Missouri and Texas A&M to the fold, league football coaches had to like the idea of reaching prospects in the Lone Star State and in talent-rich East St. Louis.  But the recruiting highway happens to be a two-way street.

Missouri and Texas A&M are already beginning to target Florida and Georgia players who slip through the cracks.  Especially on the defensive side of the ball.

And players hoping to play SEC football have two more options now when it comes to fulfilling their dreams.  Take, for example, three-star Florida-based tight end Sean Culkin:


“Me playing in the SEC, I didn’t really know.  I thought I could do it.  When Missouri came into play, I loved everything about it.”


Culkin committed to the Tigers in December.

Mizzou and A&M will also be aided by the SEC’s new soft 25-man signing cap.  Instead of Alabama or LSU each inking 28 players and putting three on the shelf, those six players will now be available to play elsewhere.  And the Tigers and Aggies can provide new avenues into America’s top pro-producing conference.

 


2 comments
mizzoujack1
mizzoujack1

I think we need to worry most about keeping top players from our own state. Namely DGB!!

MoKelly
MoKelly

Good news that Missouri is working hard. The charts on this site on recruiting indicate we got some ground to cover. But, one step at a time.



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