G.W. Carver safety Shaun Rupert, on a recruiting trip to Missouri this weekend, decided to go with the Tigers.
Rupert said Saturday that he'll sign with Missouri on Wednesday's National Signing Day.
He's the second Carver player -- as of early Saturday night -- to commit to a Southeastern Conference team.
"Growing up in Montgomery, it's everybody's dream to play in the SEC," Rupert said. "I'm real excited. It's a great family environment here and the staff is great, too."
Rupert was one of the top players on a secondary that gave up just one passing touchdown all season. He finished with 51 tackles and two interceptions.
The Wolverines expect around 10 players to sign with Division I-A schools Wednesday, highlighted by quarterback Jeremy Johnson to Auburn.
Rupert had previously made a verbal commitment to Arkansas State.
"Every kid in this region, especially this state and city, dreams of playing SEC football," Carver coach Billy Gresham said. "It's a great opportunity with a great staff to compete in the best conference in the United States."