Posted May 07, 2012 on
The Missouri Tigers added what could be the final piece to their 2012 recruiting class with the news that Tulsa transfer Jordan Clarkson would be coming to Mizzou.

Haith adds another transfer

Courtesy: University of Missouri Athletics Department Columbia, Mo. University of Missouri Head Mens Basketball Coach Frank Haith has added another talented player to his roster, as Jordan Clarkson has signed a scholarship aid agreement to attend Mizzou. Clarkson, a 6-4, 188-pound guard out of San Antonio, Texas (Wagner High School), has spent the last two years playing at Tulsa...

Jordan Clarkson Talks Transfer

On Monday, the Missouri Tigers received a commitment from SG Jordan Clarkson 6’4” 188 San Antonio (TX) Wagner, who is transferring to Missouri after two years at Tulsa.Clarkson tells us about his decision to become a Tiger.

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The Missouri Tigers have garnered a verbal commitment from a 2013 C/OF prospect, Kirsten Mack.Recently, she took time to speak with to update us on what is going on with his and her softball career.

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