Isaiah Miller is a three-star running back from Baldwin High School in Jacksonville (Fla.). Miller committed to Oregon State back in June, but that hasn’t stopped the running back from taking multiple official visits. He has accumulated offers from Washington, Washington State, Syracuse, Rutgers, and USF, among others, and according to Andrew Nemec of The Oregonian and 247Sports, he plans on visiting Syracuse, Southern Miss, Rutgers, and Missouri.
Regarding his status as a future Beaver, however: "I'm pretty solid," Miller told Nemec. "I'm still going to take my officials and see everything for myself."
I will be taking an official visit to Missouri this weekend! pic.twitter.com/AGakGR1HdU— Isaiah Miller (@i_miller13) November 28, 2016
Josh Heupel traveled to Jacksonville on November 28, and on November 29, Oregon State safeties coach Derrick Odum payed Miller a visit. The Beaver coaching staff looks to lock down the recruit, but if he makes it to Columbia, that means he can still be swayed.
Caleb Perry, a two-star athlete from King’s High School in Seattle, plans on visiting Missouri this coming weekend.
Perry’s recruitment has been increasing recently — he’s picked up offers from Cincinnati, Portland State, Missouri, and Washington State in a matter of weeks.
Joe Jon Finley visited Perry on November 29, and the athlete received an offer from Missouri the next day.
Nathaniel Anderson is a 6’4, 250-pound JUCO defensive end currently playing at New Mexico Military Institute. Anderson holds offers from South Florida, San Diego State, Idaho, Kansas, and New Mexico, among others.
According to Scout, Anderson is set to take an official visit to Columbia on December 2.
I will be taking my first official visit to Mizzou this weekend ✨ #ShowMe17— Og (@JordanUlmer10) December 2, 2016
Ulmer is a 6’1, 185-pound safety and currently holds offers from Minnesota, Western Michigan, Toledo, Bowling Green, and Cincinnati, among others. According to Andy Hamilton of The Des Moines Register, interest in Ulmer heated up last summer as the safety had impressive showings at The Opening Regional Chicago and the Sound Mind, Sound Body camp in Detroit. The Cyclones reportedly offered Ulmer following evaluations at the Sound Mind, Sound Body camp.
Ulmer will be visiting Columbia around the same time as a few Tiger commits including Brother Rice offensive guard Larry Borom, and later in the week, receiver commit Elijah Gardiner out of Kemp, Texas.
Missouri defensive coordinator DeMontie Cross had an in-home visit with defensive back commit Josh Bledsoe from Dekaney, Texas.
OL Coach Glen Elarbee had a home visit with offensive line commit Case Cook out of Georgia.
Head coach Barry Odom made the trip to Indiana to make a home visit with offensive line commit Pompey Coleman. You might recall Coleman was broke his leg in the first game of his senior season, but it appears he’s on his way toward a full recovery.
Earlier this week, running back coach Cornell Ford was in Raleigh, North Carolina to visit prospect Larry Rountree.
Great home visit yesterday from Mizzuo pic.twitter.com/V45Dj3hslO— Larry L Rountree III (@LRountreeIII) December 1, 2016
From what we understand, Cornell Ford visited with East St. Louis yesterday, presumably to check up on blue-chip receiver Jeff Thomas; we discussed Thomas’ recruitment in a post earlier this week.