Campus Corner

February 6, 2013

Mizzou lands juco safety, now waits on Elliott

Well, National Signing Day is upon, and Missouri currently has 18 commitments in hand. But will there be more? A look at four prospects who will announce today.

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Well, National Signing Day is upon us, and Missouri currently has 18 commitments in hand, despite a handful of defections – Texas defensive end Dimarya Mixon (Nebraska) and Georgia receiver Donovahn Jones (Minnesota) – over the past few days. 

 The good news is that in the world of recruiting, you win some and you lose some - just like life. So here are four recruits who are still considering Missouri and will announce their college decisions today.

>(COMMITTED TO CINCINNATI) 6:30 a.m. – Travis Johnson, tight end, 6-3, 231, Tampa, FL (Jesuit)
The former Miami commitment picked Cincinnati over South Florida and Missouri this morning.

>(COMMITTED TO TEXAS TECH) 10 a.m.– Joshua Outlaw, offensive guard, 6-4, 290, Lithonia, Ga. (King)
This three-star guard from Georgia who would have been a terrific get for the Tigers, who already have three offensive line commitments but lost a four-star kid in West Des Moines’ Jake Campos two months ago. However, he picked Texas Tech this morning over several schools, including Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Oklahoma and South Carolina.

>(COMMITTED TO MIZZOU) Noon – Duron Singleton, safety, 6-1, 210, Fresno, Calif. (Fresno City C.C.)
According to Rivals.com, Singleton – who has offers from Memphis and Wisconsin – will have two years of eligibility remaining. Mizzou confirmed that he sent his letter of intent this morning. He is the 19th commitment in the Tigers' class.

>4 p.m. – Ezekiel Elliott, running back, 6-0, 198, St. Louis (John Burroughs)
Ah, finally. The Prize. Elliott combines blazing speed and shiftiness, and has long been a commitment to Urban Meyer and Ohio State. However, both his parents went to Missouri – his father, Stacy, played football – and he was given the DGB treatment during an official visit a few weekends ago. Perhaps the addition of another running back to Ohio State’s class – four-star Texas speedster Dontre Wilson – will play a part in Elliott flipping to his home-state school.

           

                                

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