Missouri reaches into Kansas to land commitment from highly productive receiver Mekhi Miller
The momentum Missouri has under Eli Drinkwitz’s direction continues to be put on display as the Tigers just reached into a neighboring state to land the commitment of a rising prospect.
On Wednesday, Mekhi Miller of Blue Valley North High School in Topeka, Kan., announced his commitment to Mizzou, adding to the program’s momentum in the 2022 recruiting cycle.
While Miller currently does not have a recruiting ranking listed by 247Sports, the Tigers’ newest commit had 93 catches, 1,065 receiving yards and 18 touchdowns during his junior season according to his highlight reel — which can be viewed below.
That’s just the level of production Drinkwitz and company are looking for in a receiver, especially one that is listed at 6-foot-1, 185-pounds.
Following Miller’s pledge, Missouri now holds commitments from four prospects in the 2022 recruiting cycle: four-star safety Isaac Thompson, four-star athlete Ja’Marion Wayne and three-star tight end Max Whisner.
Missouri’s 2022 recruiting class is currently rated No. 3 in the SEC and could rise once Miller is graded by 247Sports.
To get an idea of what Miller potentially brings to the Missouri program, check out his junior season highlight reel with Blue Valley North High School: