Former Missouri TE Messiah Swinson announces Pac-12 transfer destination
Former Missouri tight end Messiah Swinson has found his new home.
Swinson, a Class of 2018 recruit for the Tigers, entered the transfer portal in late November amid a string of entries. The tight end spent less than 10 days in the portal before announcing Tuesday he’s heading west to play for Arizona State.
— Messiah Swinson (@Mswinson80) December 7, 2021
Swinson played in all 12 games of the 2021 season for the Tigers. He caught 5 passes for 46 yards. For his career, Swinson has been credited with 7 catches for 84 yards. Because of the NCAA-instituted eligibility freeze, he’ll still have 2 years of eligibility remaining with the Sun Devils.
A former 3-star recruit, Swinson is a Glen Head, New York native. The 6-foot-8 pass-catcher was the 10th-ranked prospect in his state coming out of high school, the 42nd-ranked tight end recruit, and the 867th player overall in his class, per the 247Sports Composite.