Missouri has its 2024 quarterback.

Bellevue (Neb.) West quarterback Daniel Kaelin announced his commitment to the Tigers on Monday, shutting down a recruitment that had been picking up steam since the turn of the year. Dating back to January, Kaelin had garnered offers from Colorado, Miami, Virginia, and North Carolina. He took an unofficial visit to UNC earlier this month before deciding to pull the trigger and join the Tigers’ class.

The 6-foot-2, 198-pound Kaelin was a full-time starter for the first time last fall as a junior. He looked strong, throwing for 3,186 yards and 36 touchdowns against 7 interceptions while completing 64% of his passes.

According to the industry-generated 247 Composite, Kaelin is a 3-star prospect and the 4th-ranked recruit from the state of Nebraska. He ranks as the 30th quarterback in the cycle and the 494th overall recruit in the class.

247Sports’ Allen Trieu wrote this on Kaelin’s game:

Shows the ability to anticipate and throw into windows and throw his receivers open. Solid to good arm strength. Very effective as an intermediate passer. Throws it well enough down the field to keep defenses honest but would not be currently classified as elite in the velocity category. The same with his athleticism. He can move in the pocket and does a nice job of throwing on the move even when it is back across his body. Can run when needed but is not a true running threat. Overall, despite having only one full starting year, he shows a lot of polish. He is not elite from a measureables standpoint, but those are plenty good enough when his intangibles and feel for the game are added in. Potential early player for a college because he is refined. The kind of guy who can start multiple years in college and hang around on NFL rosters.

Kaelin is the 3rd recruit to publicly join the Tigers’ 2024 class, a group that is exclusively offensive players at this point. You can view his highlight tape below, via Hudl: