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Former South Alabama linebacker Khalil Jacobs announced his commitment to Missouri this week. Per On3:

The six-foot-two 220-lbs linebacker chose Missouri over multiple SEC programs. Jacobs found himself being recruited by the likes of Ole Miss, Auburn, and Alabama after scheduling and attending visits with each program.

Jacobs, who played his high school football at Niceville High School in his hometown of Niceville, FL, spent the last two seasons in the SEC’s backyard playing for South Alabama. He would spend two seasons with the Jaguars before opting to enter the transfer portal this offseason. In his freshman year, he played in 11 games and recorded just four tackles. However, last season, Jacobs would improve on those numbers significantly with more playing time. In 2023, he would record 56 tackles, 25 solo, 8.5 tackles for loss, three sacks, three force fumbles, and an interception and 13 games.
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HillabeeBaw23 days
Hmmm. Must not of thought much of his former DC at South Alabama who's now Deboners DC at Bammer. Deboner definitely wanted him.
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His former DC is at Mizzou.
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