There is no formal announcement scheduled. So don't expect a press release from Missouri officials in the coming minutes. But the assumption for a while has been that Class of 2018 star Jontay Porter will reclassify and enroll at Mizzou soon so that he can play alongside his brother, Michael Porter Jr., this season. So I asked Jontay if that's a safe assumption. "Yeah, for sure," he answered with a smile at the Nike Peach Jam event here on the Georgia-South Carolina border. "That's a safe assumption." In other words, congratulations, Mizzou fans. Your 2017 class that's already ranked eighth nationally is about to improve. The Porter brothers will play together. And has a program that's gone 8-46 in league games in the previous three years ever had more to be excited about than this Missouri program has now? Answer: Probably not. And it's all the byproduct of Mizzou removing Kim Anderson after three dreadful seasons and replacing him with Cuonzo Martin, who immediately hired Michael Porter Sr., who subsequently and predictably brought his two sons to Columbia.