Georgia Prospect Discusses Mizzou Visit

ShowMeMizzou.com spoke with 2015 TE prospect Daniel Imatorbhebhe 6'4" 224 from Suwanee (GA) North Gwinnett high school while he was on his way home from an unofficial visit to Missouri on Friday and Saturday. Come inside for the details.

ShowMeMizzou.com spoke with 2015 TE prospect Daniel Imatorbhebhe 6’4” 224 Suwanee (GA) North Gwinnett while he was on his way home from an unofficial visit to Missouri on Friday and Saturday. Imatorbhebhe was accompanied on his visit to Missouri by his brother, 2016 WR prospect Josh Imatorbhebhe 6’3” 202 Suwanee (GA) North Gwinnett, and his mother.

Daniel confirmed to ShowMeMizzou.com that Missouri offered his brother, Josh, while they were at Mizzou. He also said that all three family members “loved it at Missouri”. He said that Josh told him that Missouri is now his number one school.

Daniel also said that Missouri is his number one school, and the standard by which other schools will be measured, as he continues to take some other unofficial visits over the next few weeks, before arriving at a final decision sometime within the next month or two.

“I loved my visit to Missouri,” said Daniel Imatorbhebhe. “I loved everything about it. I just like how when I went there, it felt like home.”

Imatorbhebhe was able to spend time with some of the Missouri coaches during his visit, and he learned a lot about how he would fit into the Missouri offense. He said that he thinks he’s a good fit for the Missouri offense.

“I loved everything about it,” said Imatorbhebhe.

He said that the fact that Missouri has offered his brother, and that the two of them will have the opportunity to play together at Missouri, weighs heavily in Mizzou’s favor.

“Part of me wants to go ahead and commit to Missouri,” explained Imatorbhebhe. “But I just want to make sure………………………………… Missouri’s looking really good right now. They’re looking really good. Missouri’s definitely my number one.”

He said that he’s going to go visit Florida, Vanderbilt, and maybe some other schools, and then make a decision sometime in the next month or two.


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