With two weeks to go until National Signing Day, Missouri has lost a quarterback commitment. On Wednesday, the Tigers received news that three-star dual-threat QB Reyondous Estes has flipped from the Tigers to Minnesota.
Estes announced his decision via a Twitter post on Wednesday afternoon:
I am bringing the recruiting process to an end it's been a long journey and I'm more then bless to play on the next level ? PROUD GOPHER pic.twitter.com/bAmjjuJGmr
— rey (@ese_tipo5) January 18, 2017
Prior to committing to prior to the beginning of the 2016 football season, Estes was committed to Western Michigan.
P.J. Fleck, of “Row the Boat” fame, was the coach of the Western Michigan team that earned a Cotton Bowl appearance with a 13-0 season. He used that big season to springboard himself to the Big Ten, where is now the coach at Minnesota.
Based on the picture included in Estes’ tweet, he and Fleck appear to be quite happy to be reunited.
Estes rates as the No. 32 player from the state of Illinois in the 2017 recruiting class, per the 247Sports composite rankings.