Tatum, Texas safety prospect Bryce Beall has added his second Big 12 scholarship offer.
Beall, the 6-foot, 200-pounder, was offered first by Kansas last month. Now, Missouri has joined the list. The talented prospect, who says that most schools like him at safety, has another Big 12 school has his leader.
"Oklahoma State, they might be pretty close too," Beall said about his current leader. "I went out to their junior day and I really liked what they were doing there. They've just got a good program going on there."
Beall says that he was "excited" about the Missouri offer as well and was informed about it last week from his coach. Many schools like his ability on defense, but a few have talked about running back.
Defense is where Beall would like to be.
"Some schools have talked about maybe running back," Beall said. "I like defense – I'd rather play safety. I guess it's because I like hitting people. You can hit on offense, but defense has that excitement."
No upcoming unofficial visits have been set for the East Texas defensive back prospect. Beall does have some camp plans.
"I'm just going to do the (Fort Worth, Texas) NIKE (Training) Camp, but that's all I've scheduled right now," Beall said.