Missouri loses its second commit on the day
Another Missouri recruit has backed off his commitment to the Tigers.
This time, Darius Anderson, a 3-star running back from George Ranch High School (Rosenberg, Texas), announced on Twitter that he is no longer committed to Missouri.
“After much consideration, my family and I have decided to rescind my verbal commitment to Mizzou and open up my recruitment,” Anderson said on Twitter. “I would like to extend my sincerest thanks and appreciation to the fans and the Mizzou family for your love and support.”
Anderson is rated as the nation’s No. 33 running back and is the state of Texas’ No. 88 overall prospect. He rushed for 2,274 yards and scored 30 touchdowns in his senior year.
Earlier on Tuesday, 3-star defensive end Tyreic Martin announced that he was de-committing from Missouri, too.