247Sports Composite four-star DL Tionne Gray commits to Mizzou
St. Louis (MO) Hazelwood Central 247Sports Composite four-star guard Tionne Gray announced his commitment to Missouri on Saturday afternoon during a visit to Columbia.
Grey, 6ft 6in and weighing 295lbs, selected native tigers from a list of proposals that included Arkansas, Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Iowa, Kansas, Kansas, Kentucky, LSU, Minnesota, Oregon, Tennessee and Washington. among others.
“I’ve had a connection with the coaches, the way they train always feels right at home when I’m here,” Gray told 247Sports. “The amount of love I get from Mizzo felt like a second family to me.”
Gray becomes Missouri’s fourth assistant head coach. Elia Drinkwitz and his staff in the 2024 cycle, a gem of a class that also includes a quarterback Daniel Selinattack tackle Ryan Hostes and hard end Wit Hafer.
Al Davis And Kevin Peoples helped recruit Gray in Missouri. According to the 247Sports Composite, Gray is ranked 32nd overall by defensemen in the nation and 9th overall in the state.
“They get a star on both sides of the line,” said Hazelwood Central head coach Cary Davis. “A guy who is definitely a hard worker who can succeed. He will work hard and do everything that is asked of him.
“I like his explosive power. He has long arms and strength, he plays with his hips, and he’s a real defensive player. quarterback a lot.”