Missouri added Aidan Harrison as a second commitment for its Class of 2019 on Tuesday evening.
The 3-star safety out of Michigan announced his decision to play for Barry Odom and the Tigers via Twitter note.
“I want to thank everyone that has helped me along the way with the recruiting process,” Harrison wrote. “It has been great and more than I could’ve asked for. I want to thank my coaches, Reggie Wynns’ from Rising Stars, my teammates, friends and most importantly my family for always pushing me to be the best I can be and wanting the best for me. I also want to thank all of the college that have offered me or showed interest for seeing something in me.
“Again I want to thank the coaches at University of Missouri for making me feel at home on my visit, they are building something special out there that I want to be a part of. With that being said I would like to announce that I’m committing to University of Missouri. Go Tigers!”
— aidan harrison (@aidancharrison) March 21, 2018
Harrison is the No. 120 rated safety in the Class of 2019 and No. 44 player from the state of Michigan, according to the 247Sports composite. He also had offered from Iowa State, Western Michigan, Ball State and Buffalo.
Harrison joins 4-star wide receiver Shamar Nash as a part of the Tigers’ upcoming recruiting class, which is ranked No. 45 in the nation and No. 13 in the SEC in the very early 247Sports recruiting rankings.
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