Mizzou football announces 2017 signing class

University of Missouri Head Football Coach Barry Odom and his staff have unveiled their second recruiting class today as part of National Signing Day. The newest group of Tigers comprise an outstanding haul of talented student-athletes from all over the country who will look to help the program reach its championship goals. As of Noon central time Wednesday, 23 standouts representing 15 different states signed their names to National Letters of Intent to attend and play football at Mizzou. If more student-athletes join later in the day, their information will be released when available.

The coaching staff found a lot of success in the footprint of the Southeastern Conference, as 15 of the 25 members of the 2017 class hail from SEC states, including Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Missouri, Tennessee and Texas.

“We are really excited about this group,” said Head Coach Barry Odom. “We’ve nationally identified some very talented guys, and our staff has done a tremendous job in finding young men who are great fits for our program. They fit what we want culturally and schematically and help us with our needs at each position. We’ve found a group of guys who are very like-minded and determined, who want to be Mizzou Tigers. They will have the opportunity to be a special class moving forward,” he said.

Three from the group are already enrolled in classes at Mizzou this semester, and are gearing up to take part in spring drills, beginning in March. Joining Mizzou for the spring semester are OL Pompey Coleman (Indianapolis, Ind.), OL Yasir Durant (native of Philadelphia, Pa., transferring from Arizona Western Community College) and RB Isaiah Miller (Baldwin, Fla.). They will be on hand for spring drills as the Tigers prepare for the annual Black & Gold Game set for April 15th (1 p.m. central time) at Faurot Field/Memorial Stadium.

A full roster of signees follows, as well as extensive biographical sketches of the newest Mizzou Tigers.

#ShowMe17 Signing Class

Nate Anderson 6-4 250 DE Jr. Roswell, N.M. / Prattville (Ala.) New Mexico Military Institute
Joshuah Bledsoe 6-0 190 S Fr. Houston, Texas / Dekaney HS
Larry Borom 6-6 338 OL Fr. Bloomfield Hills, Mich. / Brother Rice HS
Rashad Brandon 6-3 305 DT Jr. Jersey City, N.J / ASA Brooklyn (NY) St. Anthony’s HS
Jamal Brooks 6-1 227 LB Fr. Bessemer, Ala. / Bessemer City HS
Logan Christopherson 6-6 220 TE Fr. Lemont, Ill. / Lemont HS
O’shae Clark 5-8 160 WR Fr. Cypress, Texas / Cy Springs HS
Pompey Coleman 6-5 270 OL Fr. Indianapolis, Ind. / Ben Davis
Case Cook 6-5 290 OL Fr. Carrollton, Ga. / Carrollton HS
Da’Ron Davis 6-2 190 WR Fr. Lee’s Summit, Mo. / Lee’s Summit North HS
Yasir Durant 6-7 328 OL So. Philadelphia, Pa. / Imhotep Institute Arizona Western CC
Tyree Gillespie 6-0 202 S Fr. Ocala, Fla. / Vanguard HS
Isaiah Miller 5-11 191 RB Fr. Baldwin, Fla. / Baldwin HS
Aubrey Miller, Jr. 6-2 210 LB Fr. Memphis, Tenn / Whitehaven HS
Walter Palmore 6-4 300 DT Jr. Columbus, Ga. / Hardaway HS Eastern Arizona College
Terry Petry 6-1 160 CB Fr. Missouri City, Texas / Ridge Point HS
Taylor Powell 6-2 195 QB Fr. Fayetteville, Ark. / Fayetteville HS
Larry Rountree III 5-10 183 RB Fr. Raleigh, N.C. / Millbrook HS
Caleb Sampson 6-4 285 DT Fr. Covington, La. / Northlake Christian HS
Adam Sparks 6-0 163 CB Fr. Baton Rouge, La. / Dutchtown HS
Chris Turner 6-4 225 DE Fr. Hammond, La. / Hammond HS
Jordan Ulmer 6-2 190 S Fr. Belleville, Mich. / Belleville HS
Hyrin Morrison White 6-6 300 OL Fr. DeSoto, Texas / DeSoto HS
Kobie Whiteside 6-1 304 DE Fr. Houston, Texas / Alief Taylor HS

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