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Sports : Webster Groves Junior Verbals To Missouri
Posted by Tom on 2014/4/21 13:20:00 (348 reads) News by the same author

The Missouri Tigers had a productive weekend, finishing spring camp with the annual Black and Gold game in front of over 23,000 spectators, and grabbing a verbal commitment from an in-state junior.

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Hilton is a junior at Webster Groves High School in the St. Louis metropolitan area, and is an all-around athlete for the Statesmen, racking up 922 receiving yards, 54 catches, and 14 touchdowns in his junior season, while snaring a team-high seven interceptions. He had touchdowns on three returns, while running the ball 19 times for 170 yards. He expects to play safety for the Missouri Tigers.

In addition to Missouri, Hilton had an offer from Indiana University, and had been garnering interest from Memphis, Northern Illinois, South Carolina, and Vanderbilt. He is the seventh player to verbally commit to Missouri's Class of 2015.

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