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4-star Little Rock running back Damarea Crockett commits to Missouri

Mizzou flips a former Boise State commit.

In a move we suspected could happen as soon as Josh Heupel flipped Micah Wilson from Boise State, Rivals four-star running back Damarea Crockett has announced he's committed to Mizzou.

Here is Crockett decommiting from Boise State:

And here he is commiting to Mizzou:

Crockett is Mizzou's 16th commit for the 2016 class, the third four-star recruit, and the second four-star running back after long time JUCO commit Natereace Strong. Three-star running back Justin Crawford is also in Columbia for an official visit.

(Mizzou has a host of 2016 commits on campus this weekend.)

The 5'11, 212 running back has been a long time commit for the blue Broncos, pledging back in July of 2015 and visiting them the weekend of January the 15th. Part of this could be related to the Bronco's offensive coordinator leaving for North Carolina State just last week.

Mizzou hoops commit Mitchell Smith is a fan of this move:

Crockett's senior-year HUDL film is above. Here's his junior film:

Crockett had a pretty awesome SPARQ score if that's your thing

WholeHogSports - Dallas Nike Combine tidbits

Little Rock Christian junior running back Damarea Crockett, 6-0, 209 scored the highest SPARQ rating at today's Dallas Nike Combine. He had an electronic time of 4.71 seconds in the 40 yard dash, 40.3 vertical jump, 4.01 seconds in the pro-shuttle and threw the power ball 36 feet. His score of 124.62 was the best out of approximately 1,200 athletes at the Dallas event and is second best nationally.

Welcome to Mizzou, Damarea!