Missouri continues to hammer away at the Volunteer State with very good results when it comes to recruiting.
On Thursday, the Tigers continued their success as they got a commitment from Centennial wide receiver Emanuel Hall.
“Proud to announce that I have decided to commit to The University Of Missouri!! I look forward to becoming a Tiger,” Hall wrote on his Twitter account.
With the commitment of Hall, Missouri has 11 commitments for the Class of 2015 already.
He joins Franklin kicker Corey Fatony as in state commitments for the Tigers Class of 2015.
Missouri has recruited Tennessee well the last two years gaining three signees in last year’s class in former CPA teammates Thomas Richard and Paul Adams as well as former Independence defensive back Finus Stribling IV.
Hall (6-2, 190) chose the Tigers over other finalists Kentucky and Ole Miss.
In 2013, Hall caught 33 passes for 652 yards and scored six touchdowns.
“The sky’s the limit for Emanuel,” Centennial head coach Brian Rector said. “He has all the tools and the upside for him is unbelievable and Missouri is getting a very good football player.”
Check Out Hall’s Hudl Highlight Film Here:
McGraw Decommits from Georgia, Commits to Tide
Ensworth defensive back Rico McGraw has had a change of heart and has decommitted from Georgia and will sign with Alabama on signing day in February.
McGraw (6-0, 180) had originally committed to Georgia back in February but now has committed to the Crimson Tide.
He collected 29 tackles, three interceptions, five pass breakups for the Tigers in 2013.
McGraw is Alabama’s 21st commitment in the Class of 2015 and his commitment adds to the class.
Alabama’s class is ranked No. 1 by all three major recruiting sites in 247sports.com, Rivals and Scout.
McAfee Commits to Wofford
East Literature’s Lennox McAfee has ended his recruitment after committing to Wofford.
McAfee rushed for 928 yards in 2013 and was responsible for 1,720 total yards from scrimmage and scored 22 touchdowns for the Eagles.
“We’re proud of Lennox McAfee and his accomplishments both on and off the field,” East Literature head coach Brian Waite said. “He is surely one of East Nashville and Middle Tennessee’s most prominent Student-Athletes and we are ecstatic that he will be playing at the next level and receiving a world class education.”
Check Out McAfee’s Hudl Highlight Film Here:
He is the 26th commitment in the Volunteer State in the class of 2015 joining
Ensworth defensive back Rico McGraw (Alabama), Centennial wide receiver Emanuel Hall (Missouri), Father Ryan safety Andrew Rector (Wake Forest), Knoxville Webb Linebacker Brant Mitchell (Georgia Tech), Southwind defensive end John McDougle (Memphis), MUS defensive end Peyton Jones (Memphis), Oakland linebacker Josh Smith (Vanderbilt), Franklin kicker/punter Corey Fatony (Missouri), Oakland tight end Kyle Oliver (Tennessee), Notre Dame Athlete Kareem Orr (Louisville), South Doyle running back Joc Bruce (Tennessee), Columbia tight end Jackson Harris (Georgia), Knoxville West running back Nathan Cottrell (Georgia Tech), Baylor quarterback Nick Tiano (Mississippi State), Memphis Central Athlete Deddrick Thomas (Mississippi State), Signal Mountain offensive lineman Harrison Moon (Mississippi State), Ridgeway defensive tackle Elontae Bateman (Arkansas State), Ridgeway running back Earl Harrison (Arkansas State), Melrose Safety Tony Pollard (Memphis), Blackman Athlete Jauan Jennings (Tennessee), Nashville Overton defensive back Ugo Amandi (Ole Miss), Ensworth defensive back Donovan Sheffield (Vanderbilt), Oakland offensive lineman Jack Jones (Tennessee), Maryville defensive end Dylan Jackson (Tennessee), Coalfield offensive lineman Zack Stewart (Tennessee) and Clinton wide receiver Jaylond Woods (Tennessee)
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