Shamar Nash, a four-star wide receiver prospect out of the 2019 recruiting class, has committed to the Missouri Tigers.
He made the announcement official on the mean streets of Twitter:
A 6-foot-2, 190-pound wide receiver from IMG Academy (Fla.), Nash recently said the Tennessee Volunteers were in the mix, but that clearly didn’t work out.
Nash explained to Rivals why, even with the switch of some coaches, Missouri is the right place for him.
“I have no doubt that things are going to be good if not better with the new offensive staff they have in,” Nash said. “It’s never been a question for me. I know they are going to keep putting up a ton of points and throwing the ball.”
“They’ve done a great job and put up numbers that a lot of people couldn’t put up and I just have to follow in their footsteps,” Nash said. “I know it’s not easy to do what they did and it takes hard work and I’m really working hard to be at that level.”
“I feel like I can focus more on football here,” he said. “I was blessed enough to be in a situation where I have offers and stuff like that so I just thank God for what I have. I didn’t need to come here and get a bunch of offers and now that I know my decision I can just focus on getting better and working hard and preparing for the next level.”
According to 247Sports, Nash is the No. 34 ranked wide receiver and No. 29 recruit in the state of Florida in the 2019 class.