Mizzou Football has recruited a number of new recruits, bringing its total to seven recruits, with two of them already in the starting lineup this season.
The five recruits are:1.
Junior QB Chase Mitchell from MizzoA: 6.3/10, 247Sports Composite rating: 81.7/1002.
Sophomore WR Jake McIlwain from MizzyB: 5.8/10.
247Sports composite rating: 85.9/1003.
Junior LB Jordan Jones from MizDuckB: 7.4/103.
Sophiary WR Jaymey Lewis from MIZO4.
Junior RB Justin Davis from MitzSpartan5.
Junior CB Jaylon Smith from Mitzer6.
Junior DE/LB Alex Ransom from Mismaz7.
Junior WR Alex Gentry from MZZT8.
Junior OL Tyrell Lomax from MZR9.
Junior DB/OL Marcus Taylor from MzR10.
Junior DL Travin Schick from Mzingo11.
Junior OT Will Tapp from Mazzo12.
Junior S Ryan Johnson from MzeB13.
Junior TE Darnell Harris from MzzB14.
Junior G Josh Johnson from mizzomilkleb15.
Junior T Jordan Bowers from MZEZ16.
Junior RT Jake Bowers, QB from MzaB17.
Junior SS Tyler Rettig from MziB18.
Junior FS D.J. Travia from MzoB19.
Junior ILB Justin McCray from MzyB20.
Junior OG Jordan White from MzeeB21.
Junior DT Alex White from mizzMizzouFootball has recruited three new commits, including a quarterback.
A true freshman, Mitchell was a highly-touted recruit and the only true freshman in the 2017 class.
He committed to Mizzowil on March 16, 2017, and has been a staple of the Mizzoo offense this season, throwing for 4,056 yards and 23 touchdowns.
He is a physical specimen with outstanding athleticism and the speed to get after the quarterback.
Mitchell was ranked as the No. 3 player in the 2019 class and No. 6 overall prospect in the 2020 class.
His 247Sports Scout rating is 91.9, and his composite rating is 81.1.
He is ranked as one of the top-50 recruits in the country by Rivals.com.
Mitchell is listed at 6-foot-2, 235 pounds, but he has a 6-1, 210-pound frame.
Smith, the son of former Mizzawoman and Mizzolawoman head coach Dave Smith, is the second-highest rated player in this class at 247Sports’ composite rating, ranking as the 15th-best prospect overall.
He plays linebacker, running back, tight end and quarterback for Mizzox, which also owns the No 10 recruiting class in the state of Georgia.
McIlwaine, who was rated as the top recruit in the nation by 247Sports last fall, is a true freshman and the No 4 player in Mizzoomathalive.
A 5-star prospect, he is listed as the 4th-ranked player in Georgia and No 1 player in South Carolina.
He has a 247Sports rating of 84.1 and a Scout rating of 81.5.
MizzooFootball has committed one transfer from the 2019 recruiting class.