Evan Winston

Missouri Tigers #50

  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 295
  • Seasons: FR

It only takes one shaky class...

Missouri is learning that it takes only one shaky recruiting class to derail the train, and the lack of depth with the Tigers' 2012 class has created serious issues in 2015.

Who's up next for #DLineZou?

Missouri is going harder after defensive ends than we maybe expected considering the current youth on the Mizzou roster. Addressing a potential need or simply trying to cash in some #DLineZou chips?

NEW DEPTH CHART! NEW DEPTH CHART!

Missouri released its first depth chart of the spring today.

#DLineZou reloads

Missouri's defensive front seven will take on a different personality in 2015, not only because of the loss of Shane Ray and Markus Golden, but also because of the change in defensive coordinator...

Walkthrough: Young backup DTs

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Missouri's reserve defensive tackles have unique qualities that could allow them to see the field -- Rickey Hatley is small and quick enough to move to end in short-yardage, and A.J. Logan is the...

Checking in on spring football

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With one week of spring football practice in the books for Missouri, the focus is on quarterback competition and mixed-and-matched pieces on the offensive line and in the linebacking corps.

Pre-spring depth chart is out

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Missouri released its pre-spring football depth chart this morning.

Spring begins

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Gary Pinkel's 14th spring as Missouri's head football coach begins on Tuesday. His Tigers return quite a few proven play-makers but have plenty of questions to answer as practice gets underway.

The Class of 2014 and the defense

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A major strength for the Missouri defense becomes a question mark in the future, while a question mark becomes a potential strength.

Links: NC State, Texas home

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Frank Haith talks about Missouri's road game against N.C. State, and Mizzou's Texan football players return home.

2014 and recruiting needs: Defense

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A further look at Missouri's projected 2014 and 2015 depth charts and how the 2014 recruiting class will address future holes.