2010 Junior Day gets newest Tiger pledge

Over 70 Juniors are on hand for the Annual Tiger Jr Day today, one of those visitors Marquise Hill of Trinity High School, pulled the trigger and became the first Mizzou commitment of 2010. For a complete list of visitors at today's event that you can only find at InsideMizzou.com visit our free message board. Go inside for quotes from Hill about becoming a Tiger in this FREE READ.

Over 70 of the top prospects from the state of Missouri and the surrounding areas are on hand here today for Mizzou's Annual Jr Day event.

Gary Pinkel and coaching staff received good news from one of the state's top prospects when Trinity High School athlete Marquise Hill became a Tiger.

"I have always wanted to be a Tiger, nothing has changed," Hill told InsideMizzou.com. "I have been here to the campus many times with Ronnie Wingo, my cousin. This is where I have always wanted to go to school, with the offer in hand it was an easy decision."

Hill, a 6-foot-165-pound athlete that runs a 4.4 forty, is very excited about his decision.

"It's the perfect place for me," Hill said. "The coaching staff is extremely happy with my news."

Stay tuned to InsideMizzou.com your new source for all your Missouri recruiting needs for a more in depth feature story on the Tiger's newest commitment.

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