Former Mizzou lineman Dylan Spencer reveals his transfer destination
Earlier this week, former Missouri lineman Dylan Spencer entered the transfer portal, but now he has revealed his transfer destination.
Spencer will play for Jackson State and new coach Deion Sanders. Spencer, a left guard, is a 6-foot-4 and 300 pound freshman is from Madison, Mississippi, and was rated a 3-star offensive line prospect by 247Sports. Coach Eli Drinkwitz said Tuesday at his press conference that Spencer wanted to play closer to home.
Spencer did not play at South Carolina, but was involved in the halftime fight at Florida in a game that he started. In the Florida fight, three players were ejected from the game, but three additional Mizzou players were suspended, including Spencer, following video review of the incident.
In his reveal video, Spencer thanked God, his family and former coaches for the support.
Spencer is one of several Tigers to leave the program, including WR Dominic Gicinto, QB Taylor Powell, WRs Cjay Boone and Maurice Massey, LB Aubrey Miller and DL Montra Edwards. Massey was dismissed from the program after an October arrest.
Jackson State is beginning to collect some talent. Sanders’ program also lured former Southern Cal LB Abdul-Malik McClain, and other transfers from Tennessee, Mississippi State and Florida State.
Sanders has landed the commitment of five players in the 2021 class, including his son, QB Shedeur Sanders, a 4-star former Florida Atlantic commit.
— Dylan Spencer (@BigSpencer73) November 26, 2020