Another Big Weekend of Visitors

The Missouri Tigers are set to host a great group of official visitors. Will there be any surprise visitors on hand?

The Missouri Tigers are set for their second big weekend in a row of official visitors coming to town to see if Mizzou will be their college destination.

Here is a rundown of those who will be on campus this weekend.


Marcus Lucas 6'4" 190 WR Liberty, Mo.
- Lucas is rumored to be a Missouri lean is the headliner of the group of visitors. He is the highest ranked uncommitted player left in the state.

Dexter McDonald 6'2" 185 CB/S Rockhurst
- Dexter has been quiet all week regarding his possible visit to Missouri. He still considers himself a Illinois commit. This is Missouri's chance to change that. A final decision is expected before Christmas for him.

Keeston Terry 6'2" 185 WR/S Blue Springs,Mo.
- The Kansas commit is suppose to meet with new KU coach Turner Gill. But is keeping his options open and looking at Mizzou just in case. Terry recently won the Otis Taylor award for the top HS receiver in Kansas City.

Bud Sasser 6'3" 200 WR Denton,TX, Ryan
_ Talented Texas receiver is reportedly down to Missouri and Arizona. Sasser could be the best bet for a commitment this weekend. He finished his regular season with 51 catches for 839 yards and 17 TDS.

EJ Gaines 5'10" 175 CB Ft. Osage
-Gaines is already committed. He recently mad All-State at both defensive back and returner.

Tristan Holt 6'0" 185 CB Gilmer,TX
-Another longtime commit. Holt will be visiting with HS teammate Braylon Webb. Holt was recently named Class 3 All-State along with All-District and All-District offensive MVP. He had 39 catches for 806 yards and 11 TDS. He also returned 3 kickoffs and 2 punts for TDS.

Braylon Webb 6'1"196 S Gilmer,TX
- Webb, like Holt, has been a commit to the Tigers for awhile. His HS coach says that he is among the toughest players he has ever coached.

Another visitor who was scheduled to make the trip, Davie, FL, LB Justin Wilson 6'1" 230lbs, has pushed his visit back until sometime in January.

It is becoming apparent that the Tiger will probably go over the 22 commitments once thought for them.

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