The Missouri Tigers recently got a commitment from 4-star quarterback Drew Lock, a very highly touted prospect.
Now, the Tigers need to get him some weapons.
They added one on Wednesday when 3-star tight end Daniel Imatorbhebhe gave his pledge to the Tigers.
Imatorbhebhe attends North Gwinnett High School in Suwanee, Georgia.
The 6’4, 220-pounder likes that the Tigers do things “the right way.”
“Before everything started – during the season before I had anything going or even had started my first varsity game – I set goals for myself,” Imatorbhebhe told Kipp Adams of 24/7 Sports. “I wanted to go to Mizzou, USC or Clemson. USC and Clemson never showed any interest and Mizzou was my second offer. They showed faith in me and when I went there, the family aspect there was so tangible it reminded me of home. The program reminds me of North Gwinnett because it prides itself on doing things right and working hard.”
Imatorbhebhe chose the Tigers over offers from the Boston College Eagles, Cincinnati Bearcats, Florida Gators, Kentucky Wildcats and Virginia Cavaliers, among others.