Booth Talks Missouri and Recruiting has followed the recruitment of talented the talented Indiana wide receiver prospect since before his junior season and now he shares the very latest with his recruitment and where Missouri stands.

  Missouri has been in on the recruitment of 2014 WR prospect Dominique Booth  6'1"  200  Indianapolis (IN) Pike for more than a year.   The talented receiver has visited Missouri four times in the past year, and he has informed that he will take his fifth unofficial visit to Missouri this weekend, February 23.

Booth holds offers from California, Cincinnati, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Iowa State, Kentucky, Michigan State, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Purdue, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, and Wisconsin, among others, in addition to Missouri.

Booth is planning to take a number of unofficial visits this spring before narrowing things down, and making a final decision in April.   Among those schools that he plans to visit this spring are Missouri, Michigan State, Alabama, Auburn, Florida State, Georgia, Mississippi, Mississippi State, North Carolina State, Tennessee, and Vanderbilt.  

Booth told that he has a narrowed list of schools that includes Indiana, Michigan State, Mississippi State, Missouri, and Tennessee.

"I’ve narrowed it down, but it’s not like a permanent list right now,”   explained Booth.    “I mean, it’s not permanent.   I mean, I have like twelve visits coming up before I decide in mid-April, and that’s going to change the list, most likely, if offers come in, or something like that.   By mid-April, I’ll be done with everything.”

Booth wants to commit early to the school of his choice so that he can get involved with recruiting his future classmates. 

Booth said that he had about 67 receptions for over 800 yards and 13 TDs during his junior season. 


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