VIDEO: Dorial Green-Beckham Commits To Missouri

The nation's best wide receiver - and arguably the single best player in this 2012 National Signing Day class - is carrying Missouri into the Southeastern Conference. Dorial Green-Beckham committed to the Tigers on Wednesday morning, ending weeks of speculation where the Springfield, Missouri product would end up.

Take note for next season, college sports fans - "DGB" acknowledged to the ESPNU studio team that Missouri fans loudly chanting his name at a recent home basketball game in Columbia made a big impression on him.

Without Green-Beckham's commitment, the Tigers were rated 13th in the overall team rankings in the Southeastern Conference (ahead of only Kentucky), per Rivals. Expect that number to jump by the end of the day, although with the top end of the SEC gaining steam throughout Signing Day, even with "DGB" it's doubtful Missouri will finish in the top half of the SEC in recruiting.

For more on Dorial Green-Beckham and the Missouri Tigers, check out Rock M Nation. For all the latest news on National Signing Day, head over to SB Nation's college football page.

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