Mackenzie Nworah Visiting Missouri

Missouri line offer coming in for June unofficial visit.

Manvel (TX) has been a preferred location for Missouri this spring as the Tigers have offered no less than six Maverick prospects for the 2016 class. Included in that number are Missouri offer and 2016 OG prospect Mackenzie Nworah 6’4” 305 Manvel (TX) and Missouri offer and 2016 LB Jordan Carmouche 6’1” 220 Manvel (TX). The two Manvel prospects are planning to take unofficial visits to a number of schools during an early June tour.

Nworah spoke with, and he talked about his itinerary.

“We’re definitely going to be at Missouri on June 11th,” explained Nworah. “I plan on coming to the camp. They have a camp that day, and even though they’ve already offered me, I’ll just do the camp just to have them coach me a little bit.”

Nworah said that he’ll probably spend a day or two at Missouri.

“My coach is driving us up there,” explained Nworah. “We’re seeing some schools on the way up there, and then we’re stopping at Missouri. We’re stopping by SMU, Oklahoma State, Kansas State, and then we’ll be on the way to Missouri.”

Nworah said that he interested in those four schools, as well as Maryland, Illinois, and Indiana. He recently visited Maryland, and he said that he hopes to go on and visit Illinois and Indiana.

“I have a lot of interest in Missouri,” said Nworah, who currently holds offers from Arizona State, Boston College, Colorado, Houston, Illinois, Kansas State, Louisiana Tech, Maryland, Oklahoma State, Purdue, SMU, Texas State, Texas Tech, and Utah State, in addition to Missouri.

Nworah plans to study Physical Therapy, and he said that he likes Missouri’s 5-year program.

Longtime Missouri offer Jordan Carmouche currently holds offers from Arizona State, Arkansas, Baylor, Boston College, California, Colorado, Duke, Houston, Illinois, Kansas, Kansas State, Louisiana Tech, Northwestern, Oklahoma, Rice, SMU, Texas, Texas Tech, and Wisconsin, among others, in addition to Missouri.

He’s planning to visit Missouri on Friday, June 12th. He’s also visiting Kansas and Kansas State.

“Missouri’s a good team,” said Carmouche, talking about his interest in Missouri. “They’re in the SEC. That’s the best conference.”

Carmouche reported a personal best of 4.65 seconds in the 40-yard dash, to go along with a 34” standing vertical, a 4.2-second 5-10-5 shuttle, and a maximum in the bench press of 330 pounds.

Carmouche named “Missouri, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Arizona State, Texas, Baylor, and a couple more,” as teams in which he’s interested.

Carmouche identified Missouri Assistant Coaches Barry Odom, and A.J. Ricker as his primary recruiters. He said that he has good relationships with both Missouri coaches. He projects as an outside linebacker in the Missouri defense.

After this 3-visit trip, he’ll have visited all the schools in which he is interested. Carmouche would like to make a decision by the beginning of his senior season.

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