The rich just got richer with Drew Lock and the SEC’s most high-flying passing attack picking up another weapon on the recruiting trail. Three-star wide receiver Dominic Gicinto committed to Missouri on Sunday, announcing his commitment to the Tigers on Twitter:
Thank you for having me down this weekend 🐯 I was blessed to receive an offer from the university of Missouri 🙏🏾 and i will be furthering my academic and football career at the university of Missouri #showme18 ✅ pic.twitter.com/boxnRDIAZ7
— Dominic gicinto (@dominic_gicinto) December 3, 2017
Gicinto, at 5-10 and 175 pounds, plays for Kansas City Raytown Senior. He is coming off an outstanding senior year with 85 catches for the school.
He committed to the Tigers only two days after making a visit to the Mizzou campus.
For the Tigers, Gicinto’s commitment adds one more piece to the program’s passing attack. With junior quarterback Lock at the controls, Mizzou threw for 43 touchdowns this season – a total exceeded only by the 44 of Oklahoma and likely Heisman Trophy winner Baker Mayfield.
Gicinto becomes the 15th player to commit to the Tigers’ 2018 class and the fifth wide receiver. He joins Harry Ballard of Jones County Junior College, Danny Gray of Dallas James Madison, Kam Scott of Manvel (Texas) High and Khmari Thompson of Lawrenceville (Ga.) Central Gwinnett. He’s also just the second Mizzou commit in the class from within the state.
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