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Missouri basketball recruiting: Tigers announce 3 new additions on National Signing Day

Frank Heath's early 2013 class ranks in Top 20 nationwide.

Joel Auerbach

Missouri basketball announced on Wednesday that three recruits in the class of 2013 have signed National Letters of Intent to play for Frank Heath's Tigers. The three new Tigers are all ranked in the Top 70 by a variety of recruiting publications.

Johnathan Williams III is a 6'9" forward out of Southwind High School in Memphis who was also recruited by Michigan State, Memphis and Georgetown. Williams is in Scout.com and ESPN's Top 40 in the class of 2013, and played on the United States U16 team that won the FIBA Americas tournament in 2011. He was an all-state selection in Tennessee and averaged 15.7 points and 10.2 rebounds a game his junior year.

Torren Jones is a 6'8 forward who plays at La Lumiere School in Indiana and was named to the Arizona Republic's all-state team three times when at Chandler High School, Chandler, Ariz. Jones was also recruited by Arizona, Oregon, Marquette and Cal.

Wes Clark is a 6'0 guard from Romulus High School in Romulus, Mich. UConn and Pittsburgh also recruited him. Clark was an Associated Press all-state selection his junior year, averaging 18 points and 5.1 assists per game.