Trinity Catholic High School offensive lineman Larry Boyd revealed his top eight schools on twitter today, naming Mizzou among them.
The three star lineman also lists Oklahoma State, Kansas State, Minnesota, Arkansas, Iowa State, Illinois and Wisconsin, in "no order". Missouri was the first school to offer him back on November 10th of last year.
247sports lists the 6'5, 310 pound prospect as favoring Mizzou, although the last prediction came in April and Boyd has visited Stillwater and seemed to come away pretty high on the Cowboys.
We know that Barry Odom has prioritized St. Louis and has Cornell Ford working overtime recruiting the area. Ford has a strong history bringing in some of the top prospects, including Terry Beckner Jr., Sheldon Richardson, Blaine Gabbert and Jeremy Maclin.
Missouri already has two offensive line commitments in the form of Indianpolis' Pompey Coleman and DeSoto's Hyrin White but we feel the Tigers are looking to add two to four more lineman in this class, with four star Marquis Hayes from Pattonville HS in Maryland Heights being the other favorite.