Missouri Offers Rising Lineman

Missouri Offers Rising Lineman

The Missouri Tigers have joined the race for a fast rising sleeper offensive lineman from the South as they look to add another warrior to help out in the trenches to their 2013 class they will sign on February 6th.

The Missouri Tigers have been on a search for another offensive lineman to add to this years 2013 recruiting class. It appears they have found one late that they really like and have extended an offer to him yesterday.

Alpharetta (GA) OT George Adeosun 6'6"309 was visited by assistant coach Alex Grinch yesterday and picked up his Tiger offer.

Scout.com's Chad Simmons spoke with Adeosun's coach Jason Dukes and got the information regarding Adeosun and his rising late recruitment.

"George flew under the radar because he really didn't play a lot as a junior. He had a senior in front of him, so he came on as a senior. There was no junior film on him, so nobody knew about him until here recently. His film has just gotten out there."

Since then, the 6-foot-6, 309 pound senior out of Alpharetta, Ga. has picked up some big offers.

"Virginia was the first big school to offer him, then Purdue, Kentucky, Missouri, and Oklahoma offered. It has really picked up."

Adeosun is on an official visit to Oklahoma this weekend.The Tigers appear to be in the running for the big linemen's last official visit next weekend.

"George will likely visit Missouri, Kentucky, or Purdue next weekend, but he has not set up a visit. He will probably do that later next week."

Hopefully, we will hear some news of an official visit by Adeosun to Missouri sometime in the next week.

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