|Micah Wilson. Image via tulsawordtv.com.|
Boise State has lost the only quarterback prospect in its 2016 recruiting class to Missouri. Tulsa, OK high school senior QB Micah Wilson flipped his 2016 commitment from Boise St. to Mizzou on Thursday.
Very grateful for Boise State and Coach Harsin, however I have decommitted. I have nothing but respect for the coaches and program.— Micah Wilson (@micahwilsonqb3) January 22, 2016
I just committed to MIZZOU! All glory to God! I've always wanted to be a Tiger! 🐯🐯 #MIZ pic.twitter.com/XcXbP4N4pR— Micah Wilson (@micahwilsonqb3) January 22, 2016
247Sports grades Wilson as a composite three-star dual-threat quarterback prospect. The recruiting website ranks Wilson at no. 25 among DTQB prospects for 2016, at no. 14 among 2016 prospects from the state of Oklahoma, and at no. 1073 in its composite rankings for 2016 prospects nationally.
Speculation from Drew Roberts of One Bronco Nation Under God suggests that the recent departure of Boise St. offensive coordinator Eliah Drinkwitz, who left Boise to become OC at North Carolina State, played a part in Wilson's decision.
Missouri is the alma mater of Wilson's father, Curtis Wilson, who played offensive lineman for the Tigers in 1997-1998.
Wilson attends Lincoln Christian School in Tulsa, OK. He stands 6'3, and weighs 195 lbs.
(via One Bronco Nation Under God)