Beckner Jr. and Brady both garner more Freshman All-America honors
Without question, the future of Missouri's football team sits up front along its defensive line.
Defensive end Charles Harris garnered all-conference honors this year as a sophomore. In addition, freshmen Walter Brady and Terry Beckner Jr. have received multiple examples of recognition for their efforts on the field in 2015.
The latest came on Monday -- as both earned the distinction as Freshman All-Americans by the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA).
It's truly astounding as to the depth and talent Missouri routinely possesses along its defensive line. Perhaps a scary thought for future opponents, but this trend doesn't appear to be ending anytime soon.
Harris will be a junior next season. Beckner Jr., Brady, Josh Moore, and Nate Howard will all be sophomores. This also doesn't include returners Harold Brantley, Marcell Frazier, Rickey Hatley, and Josh Augusta -- nor the incoming freshmen and current freshmen redshirting in '15.
Suffice it to say, but Missouri figures to be even better and deeper than they were this year when it comes to production from his extremely talented corps of defensive linemen.