That North Gwinnett to Mizzou pipeline just keeps on giving.
North Gwinnett is an Atlanta (Ga.)-area football power that sent four-star WR Nate Brown to Mizzou with the 2014 class, and Mizzou’s coaching staff knows that to compete in the SEC, it has to tap into the talent wells in Georgia and Florida, etc. The Tigers did it again this week when 6-foot-4, 220-pound tight end Daniel Imatorbhebhe gave the program its sixth commitment of the 2015 class and the fourth since April 1. There’s another potential target at North Gwinnett–defensive end Anree Saint-Amour is a strong possibility to come on board with the Tigers, too.
But for now, the news is the pickup of the huge tight end. He had taken visits to Florida and Vanderbilt in recent weeks, but in the end he went with his favorite.
Couple the flurry of top recruits in recent weeks with the possibility of landing five-star stud Terry Beckner and four-star legacy Alex Ofodile … and this is sizing up to be one of the best Mizzou classes ever.
Making the SEC championship game is a nice recruiting tool … Mizzou won’t be sneaking up on anybody any time soon.