A player showing tremendous upside from Missouri’s 2025 class right now is Collin Clark. While just starting up his sophomore year of high school, the wing guard already stands at 6’7”. 

Clark flashed great skills, versatility, and potential in addition to his size while playing with Yanders Law during the past grassroots season. “My season with Yanders was great. Great coaches, love to play with my teammates and this summer I really started to work and start to improve.” He followed that up with a stellar showing at the NY2LA Futures Camp back in September as one of the top players at the event. 

“An all-around player, can do anything you ask of me,” Clark said to describe his own game. Adding in, “I would really like to improve on my defense and ball handling for sure.” As a 6’7” guard with great length versatility who can knockdown jumpers and handle the ball, Clark is one of the higher upside sophomores in the region. 

As a freshman last season, Clark already averaged double digit points with 11 per game to go along with 4 rebounds. For his sophomore season which starts on Monday, Clark wants his team to make it to state and be an all-state selection.