Two offensive linemen signed Wednesday with the Missouri football team.
The Tigers announced that Arizona Western College freshman Yasir Durant was in the fold, along with Ben Davis High senior Pompey Coleman.
Durant, a native of Philadelphia, signed with San Diego State out of Imhotep Institute Charter High School last February, but wound up in junior college.
He had remained committed to the Aztecs, but after visiting Columbia last weekend switched his commitment Monday to Mizzou.
Durant is listed at 6-foot-7 and 320 pounds on the Matadors’ roster, but Rivals lists him at 345 pounds. He inked a national letter of intent on the first day of the midyear/junior college signing window.
Coleman — a 6-foot-5, 265-pound tackle prospect from Indianapolis — is an early enrollee and signed a financial aid agreement with the Tigers.
He’ll participate in offseason weights and conditioning and be available for spring practice.
Coleman, who suffered a broken leg early in his senior season, is an athletic three-star prospect.
He committed in April and also had offers from Illinois, Indiana, Iowa State, Louisville, Purdue, Syracuse, Virginia and Wake Forest among others.
The Tigers’ 2017 recruiting class took a hit Tuesday when Southwest High wide receiver Rod Ford from Fort Worth, Texas, announced on Twitter he was decommitting.
Ford — a three-star prospect with offers from Bowling Green, Houston, North Texas and Tulane — originally committed to Mizzou in late July during its Night at the Zou camp.
Ford’s decision leaves the Tigers with 19 known commitments in the 2017 recruiting class, including three wide receivers — Bishop Miege’s Jafar Armstrong, Lee’s Summit North’s Da’Ron Davis and Kemp (Texas) High’s Elijah Gardiner, who committed Sunday.