Mizzou class to eight

Friday, the Big 12 announced the addition of West Virginia next season. Their release didn't list Missouri as a member next season all but assuring the Tigers move to the SEC.
Frank Haith's basketball program celebrated by adding two more pieces to what will now be an SEC squad.
The day started off with the commitment of shooting guard Domonique Bull and continued earlier in the afternoon with a verbal pledge from Stefan Jankovic.
A 6-foot-3 tough man who lives up to his last name, Bull is a physical off guard. A product of Tilton (N.H.) School and some tough BABC teams, he loves to play defense and do the dirty work.
From Huntington (W.V.) Prep by way of Canada, Jankovic is perhaps the most intriguing player of what is a sizable Tiger recruiting class.
At nearly 6-foot-9, Jankovic is a skilled and fluid offensive performer. He can shoot with range and will get some rebounds as well. A three-star prospect, Jankovic will see his game go to an entirely new level if he can embrace a more physical style of play to go along with his skill.
With Bull and Jankovic in the fold, Missouri now has an eight man recruiting class. Also pledged to the Tigers are juco power forwards Quantel Denson and Tony Criswell along with high schoolers Negus Webster-Chan, Ryan Rosburg, Shawn Smith and Aaron Scales.