Welcome to the #MizFam El Dorado, kS About to be #MizzouMade— Nick Otterbacher (@Coach_Otter) January 22, 2015
MIZZOU MADE!— Tyler Howell (@Vitamin_T45) January 23, 2015
Tyler Howell is a 3* 6'9", 305 lbs offensive tackle from Butler County CC according to Rivals. This commit was heavily foreshadowed by the news in this morning's watercooler that Mizzou had hired Cody Oates, the offensive line coach from Butler CC, because we are apparently very SEC now.
Missouri hired Butler Community College OL coach Cody Oates as an offensive analyst. Appears MU now has pledge from Butler OL Tyler Howell— Dave Matter (@Dave_Matter) January 22, 2015
That would be the home base of Butler CC, where 6-9/302 OT Tyler Howell goes to school. He appears to be MU's 19th commit for 2015.— David Morrison (@DavidCMorrison) January 22, 2015
In his film he appears to line up at LT and appears to have good reach and reasonably nimble feet for an athlete his size. Take a look at his film and let us know in the comments what you think.
Tyler Howell joins JUCO OL Malik Cuellar in Mizzou's offensive line rotation for next year and will most likely compete for a starting position right away. As rosters stand right now, Tyler Howell would give Mizzou the third largest offensive lineman in the SEC behind Kentucky's Jr. John Gruenschlaeger (6'11" 363 lbs) and Arkansas' Soph. Dan Skipper (6'10" 316 lbs). Howell's lead recruits were Josh Henson and A.J. Ricker.
#Mizzou has the potential to start an offensive line that looks like this in 2015: 6'9 305... 6'4 300... 6'3 315... 6'4 310... 6'5 295.— Brandon Kiley (@BKSportsTalk) January 23, 2015
LRT: El Dorado is where JUCO OL Tyler Howell is from. That’s a HUGE get for Mizzou. Cuellar and Howell can start for Mizzou today!— Sam Snelling (@SamSnellingRMN) January 22, 2015