In particular, he thought Atlanta would be in play because of the move, as well as the Florida Panhandle. And while the Tigers have managed to land just one player from Georgia in its last two recruiting classes — Eddie Printz, Jr. was a three-star prospect in the Class of 2013 — the Tigers do seem to be having a little more success in Florida. Last year, Missouri lured three-star tight ends Sean Culkin and Brandon Holifield from Largo and Tallahassee, respectively. In its most recent class, three-star defensive lineman Nate Crawford — who attends West Florida Tech in Pensacola — picked Missouri over 11 other schools.
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