Josh Landry, Baylor DT transfer, commits to SEC program
Josh Landry, a 6-foot-1 and 285-pound defensive tackle from Baylor, has announced a commitment to play in the SEC.
Landry, who announced a commitment to Missouri, was a 3-star recruit in the Class of 2018, redshirted in 2018 and appeared in 7 of Baylor’s 14 games in 2019. He became a starter in 2020, made 12 tackles and 1 sack. But his playing time dipped in 2021.
Landry is the latest new face for the Tigers this offseason. He’s the 12th player to transfer in to Missouri this season and the fifth defensive lineman. He’ll add to the Tigers’ depth on the interior of the line under defensive tackles coach Al Davis and first-year defensive coordinator Blake Baker.
The Tigers are trying replace the top 3 players of last year in Kobe Whiteside, Akial Byers, and Mekhi Wingo, plenty of playing time should be available for Landry and others.
Some of the new Tigers include Buffalo tight end Tyler Stephens, Florida linebacker Ty’Ron Hopper, Mississippi State quarterback Jack Abraham, Auburn defensive lineman Ian Mathews, Stanford running back Nathaniel Peat, Buffalo offensive lineman Bench Polgar, North Carolina linebacker Tyrone Hopper, Oklahoma State defensive lineman Jayden Jernigan, Texas A&M cornerback Dreyden Norwood and Clemson safety Joseph Charleston out of the transfer portal.
— Josh Landry (@jlandry92) May 15, 2022