Jordan Ulmer, a 6’2, 185-pound safety from Belleville, Mich., committed to Missouri on Saturday.
Ulmer visited Columbia in early December, then visited Minnesota the week after. The Tigers and Gophers were his primary power-conference offers, along with Arizona and Iowa State, and the coaching change up north evidently pushed Mizzou into the permanent lead.
You can see Ulmer’s highlight film above. It’s hard to get a great read for his athleticism without knowing more about the level of competition he’s facing, but he seems to have excellent instincts and reads plays very quickly.
Ulmer is a low- to mid-three-star prospect per the 247Sports Composite (his grade: 0.8225), but Mizzou has had its eye on him for quite a while. He becomes the fourth 2017 defensive back to commit to the Tigers, joining Terry Petry, Adam Sparks, and Joshuah Bledsoe. One assumes he’ll be the final DB to commit, but we’ll see. Regardless, WELCOME, JORDAN.