Missouri will not sign jailed recruit

Missouri signed all but one of their recruits Wednesday on National Signing Day. The reason being defensive end Marvin Terry of Texas, spent his national signing day in a county jail for suspicion of assault.

According to the St. Louis Dispatch, Missouri will no longer be seeking to sign Terry as a result. The Columbia Daily Tribune reports Terry, has been sitting in Dallas County Jail in Texas since January 25 as he faces felony charges for family violence assault with intent to impede breathing or circulation as well as family violence assault. This will be the second time he has stood to face such charges.

He also faces another charge, a misdemeanor, of family violence assault that causes bodily injury and insufficient bond for family violence assault. He is scheduled for a court appearance on February 11.

Terry was rated by Rivals as a three-star recruit. He also generated interest from schools such as Oklahoma, Arkansas, Miami, Texas Tech and UCLA.

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