Five Missouri football players to know

The 4-0 Georgia Bulldogs travel to face the 2-2 Missouri Tigers in a SEC East bout.

 Missouri is coming off a tough overtime loss to Auburn.

The Tigers will be motivated to bounce back and will be hosting a night game against the No. 1 team in the country.

 Mizzou fans will be fired up for a chance to upset Georgia, who has only lost one game to the Tigers in series history.

Missouri has a lot of talent, like any team in the SEC,

and will do its best to put up a fight against Kirby Smart and Georgia. Who are five Missouri players to watch in the Georgia-Missouri game?

No. 1 Wide receiver Luther Burden Missouri wide receiver Luther Burden is a former five-star recruit. 

Burden wanted to play college football in his home state even though he had offers from just about every school in the country.

No. 2 Running back Nathaniel Peat Missouri running back Nathaniel Peat made a critical mistake in overtime against Auburn.

Peat fumbled as he tried to reach the ball out and score a touchdown to win the game for Mizzou

 It is safe to say that Peat will be motivated to bounce back in Week 5 against Georgia.

 It is safe to say that Peat will be motivated to bounce back in Week 5 against Georgia.

Peat is Missouri’s leading rusher. He has 225 rushing yards and a touchdown this season.

No. 3 Defensive back Kris Abrams-Draine Defensive back Kris Abrams-Draine is expected to be selected in the first several rounds of the 2023 NFL draft.

 Abrams-Draine has three career interceptions. The junior has three pass deflections this season.

No. 4 Defensive lineman Isaiah McGuire Missouri defensive lineman Isaiah McGuire is one of the best players on the Tigers’ defense.

 McGuire leads the Tigers with three sacks and two forced fumbles this season. The senior pass rusher recorded six sacks in 2021.

No. 5 Quarterback Brady Cook Missouri quarterback Brady Cook has four touchdown passes and four interceptions this season. 

Cook will have to take care of the football to give the Tigers a chance to upset the No. 1 team in college football.