On the eve of the early signing period, the Missouri Tigers got some good news, landing yet another highly sought-after transfer quarterback.

In the same month the Tigers landed former Clemson star QB Kelly Bryant, they also landed a commitment from ex-TCU QB Shawn Robinson.

As you can see below, Mizzou’s official recruiting page announced Robinson’s decision via Twitter on Tuesday night:

In two seasons at TCU, Robinson played in 12 games, throwing for 1,510 yards, 12 touchdowns and eight interceptions. He also added 389 yards and three touchdowns as a runner.

He’ll likely have to sit out the 2019 season, but that’s OK, as the Tigers have Bryant running the show next fall. Robinson can learn from Bryant in 2019 and then take over the offense in 2020 with two years of eligibility remaining.