Missouri’s injury report is littered with players dealing with hamstring injuries.
Nine Tigers were held out of Saturday’s spring practice, four of whom were sidelined due to hamstring issues, according to The Columbia Tribune’s David Morrison. Those players included sophomore wide receivers Emanuel Hall and Ray Wingo, sophomore safety Cam Hilton and junior wideout Oke Akushe. All of these players are day-to-day, according to Morrison.
Redshirt freshman receiver Johnathon Johnson (right ankle sprain), sophomore defensive tackle Terry Beckner Jr. (right ACL), sophomore safety Tavon Ross (left ACL), walk-on safety Isaiah Pierre (left ACL) and lineman Jonah Dubinski (left meniscus) were the other players who did not participate.