Keyshon Camp down to Panthers, Tigers

Keyshon Camp at The Opening - Student Sports

Defensive tackle Keyshon Camp out of Lake Gibson High School in Lakeland, Florida has narrowed his options down to Pittsburgh and Missouri. The former USC commit told Corey Bender of his intentions to announce his decision at 9:30 AM EST on National Signing Day.

Many believe Pitt is the favorite to land the four-star DT and Missouri didn't hurt the Panthers' chances when Camp's lead Missouri tie, former defensive line coach Chris Wilson, flew off to Philadelphia with Doug Pederson. Wilson was the former USC defensive line coach and was Camp's lead recruiter in Los Angeles. Wilson was Camp's lead recruiter at Missouri as well.

Camp visited Pitt on January 22 and was scheduled to take a visit to Columbia last weekend but ended up staying home.

Pitt currently has one DT commitment for the 2016 class in Rashad Wheeler, while Missouri also has only one, that being Markell Utsey.

Camp is rated as a four-star prospect by both ESPN and 247 Sports. He was given a three-star rating by Rivals.

Camp is 6'4", 270 pounds and reported a 4.83 40-yard dash. He is a DT that plays like a DE, fast, physical, and relentless. Here are Camp's 2015 senior year highlights:

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