On the same day he “parted ways” with Missouri, it appears Torey Boozer already has another collegiate destination in mind.
First, the negative: according to Terez Paylor (no relation) of the Kansas City Star, the linebacker has been dismissed from the Tigers football program by head coach Gary Pinkel. “Undisclosed disciplinary reasons” was all that was said in regards to the dismissal.
Boozer subsequently tweeted that he will be moving on to SMU, although that school has yet to confirm the addition.
Boozer, who exited spring this year No. 3 on the depth chart, was arrested and charged in early October for marijuana possession. Even as he took a redshirt for his true freshman season, Boozer was “suspended” for one game because of the off-field incident.
A three-star member of Mizzou’s 2012 recruiting class, Boozer was rated as the No. 46 safety in the country.