When Dorial Green-Beckham decided to come to Missouri and play for head coach Gary Pinkel's Tigers, there were a lot of expectations and hype put on the youngster from Springfield, Missouri to perform. At times, Green-Beckham lived up to those expectations and at others, he disappointed and was an invisible part Mizzou's lackluster offense in 2012.
Those types of inconsistencies should be expected of a true freshman playing in the powerful, defensively charged SEC. The competition that DGB faced was top notch.
But now, in his sophomore season, Green-Beckham should have the chance to flourish with a year of experience under his belt, a healthy James Franklin and a new focus on offense that will likely, and hopefully, be centered around the 6'6'' physical specimen.
If Saturday's performance during Mizzou's spring game is any indication of things to come, DGB is in store for a huge season with Mizzou.
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