Posted March 17, 2013 on missouri.scout.com
The Missouri Tigers had their third unofficial visitor from Lee's Summit (MO) West high school stop by springe practice in two days, as this time 2014 OL target Kevin Pendleton dropped in to check out the Tigers.
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