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Four-star recruit Marcus Scott flips pledge from LSU to Mizzou

Four-star recruit Marcus Scott flips pledge from LSU to Mizzou

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Mizzou Caravan makes stop in St. Louis

Mizzou head football coach Eli Drinkwitz, right, talks with longtime season football ticket holder Bill Kral, of Lake St. Louis, on Thursday, May 27, 2021, during a Mizzou Caravan stop in St. Louis. University of Missouri alumni and Tiger fans got to meet, mingle and listen to a Q&A presentation at the Norman K. Probstein golf course club house at Forest Park. He was joined by Mizzou men's basketball coach Cuonzo Martin, women's basketball coach Robin Pingeton, and Jim Sterk, the director of athletics. Photo by Christian Gooden, cgooden@post-dispatch.com

The Missouri secondary added another touted prospect on Sunday, this one a 2022 recruit previously committed elsewhere in the Southeastern Conference. Cornerback Marcus Scott II, a four-star prospect by Rivals.com, flipped his pledge from Louisiana State to Missouri while on his official visit in Columbia, he announced Sunday on Twitter.

Scott, from Conroe, Texas, just north of Houston, is rated the nation’s No. 32 cornerback by Rivals and No. 36 by the 247Sports.com’s national composite.

He’s the ninth commitment for Mizzou’s 2022 class and the fourth Rivals four-star prospect, along with SLUH safety Isaac Thompson, St. Charles High defensive lineman Marquis Gracial and Suwanee, Georgia quarterback Sam Horn.

On Friday, the Tigers added immediate help for the secondary with Tulsa transfer Akayleb Evans. Another instant impact transfer could be on the way, too. Cornerback Allie Green IV, Evans’ teammate at Tulsa, plans to announce his verbal commitment Sunday evening. He also holds offers from Arkansas and Texas Tech.

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