Brad Madison has been committed to Missouri since about 24 hours after the Tigers offered him in February. The recruiting process wasn't so much a process for the senior-to-be from South Harrison High School.
"I still get a lot of letters in the mail, that hasn't really slowed down too much," he said. "Overall, some of the calls and stuff have quit a little bit."
Madison keeps in touch with the Tiger coaches on a regular basis, and made a stop at the one-day camp in Liberty on Tuesday.
"I talk to coach Hill quite a bit. Every once in a while, I will just give him a call if I need anything," Madison said.
This summer, Madison has been keeping busy. He has not been down to Columbia yet, but he is working out with a Tiger still his brother Ryan is expected to start at guard for Mizzou next season.
"He's been up at home the last couple of weeks and I've been working out with him a little bit," Madison said. "I play in a couple of different summer leagues in basketball and we've got a couple of tournaments we're going to play in."
By the end of the summer, Madison would like to add about 15 pounds, to get to 250 for his senior season. At a lean 235 pounds right now, Madison looks like a tight end.
"Probably not tight end. I wouldn't mind playing there, but I don't think they want me there," Madison said. "Probably somewhere on the O-line or D-line. I wouldn't mind playing defensive end."
Madison plays both defensive end and offensive tackle for his high school team.