Missouri’s class of 2017 got a little bigger Saturday night.
Kicker Dominic DiMaccio out of St. Francis De Salles in Ohio announced his commitment on Twitter, making him the 23rd member of the class. According to Rivals’ Gabe DeArmond, DiMaccio will likely be a preferred walk-on.
— Dominic DiMaccio (@domdimacccio) January 29, 2017
Missouri finished last in the SEC in field goal kicking percentage this season, hitting just 6 of 13 attempts. It also attempted a field goal just once every two games, also the lowest mark in the conference.
Missouri’s class currently ranks 42nd nationally and 12th in the SEC. It’s top-rated commitment is 3-star receiver Daron Davis, who’s been committed since November of 2015. The Tigers had one member of its class enroll early, 3-star offensive guard Yasir Durant.