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Less than a day after landing its first out-of-state commitment in the 2020 recruiting class, Missouri football added its second.

Offensive lineman Ray Curry, a three-star recruit out of White Station in Memphis, Tennessee, announced his commitment to the Tigers. Curry was on campus for an official visit this past weekend. He’s Missouri’s sixth commitment in the class and joins Texas tailback Dominique Johnson as the only non-local pledges.

A 6-foot-5 tackle, Curry chose the Tigers over 26 other schools, including Auburn, Arkansas, Michigan, Tennessee and Texas among others. Curry is the third lineman in Missouri’s current class, joining Drake Heismeyer and Mitchell Waters from St. Louis.

Missouri’s first six pledges in the 2020 class all come on the offensive side of the ball. Chaminade quarterback Brady Cook and Kirkwood wideout Jay Maclin are the other players who’ve committed to the Tigers.

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Alex Schiffer has been covering the Missouri Tigers for The Star since October 2017. He came in second place for magazine-length feature writing by the U.S. Basketball Writer’s Association in 2018 and graduated from Mizzou in 2017.

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