Three-star safety Jordan Ulmer committed to Missouri on Saturday, he announced on Twitter.
Ulmer, from Bellevue, Michigan, picked the Tigers over offers from Minnesota, Iowa State and Cincinnati.
— Og (@JordanUlmer10) January 7, 2017
Ulmer, who is 6-foot-1 and 185 pounds, is a top-110 safety nationally and a top-35 prospect in the state of Michigan.
Ulmer made an official visit to Missouri on Dec. 3 after receiving an offer on Oct. 21, 2016. He also made official visits to Minnesota (Dec. 10) and Michigan State (Jan. 20), though he did not hold an offer from the latter school.
Originally, Ulmer committed to Iowa State on June 27, 2016, two days after making an unofficial visit to the school. He decommitted from the Cyclones on Dec. 1.
With Ulmer’s commitment, Missouri now has 21 players in its 2017 recruiting class, which ranks 38th nationally (12th SEC). The Tigers also already have a safety commitment from three-star prospect Joshuah Bledsoe.
Both Cam Hilton and Anthony Sherrils, a rising junior and fifth-year senior respectively, started at safety for Mizzou this season and are expected to be again in 2017.
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