Kim Anderson’s remodeled Missouri backcourt has added another piece. Tramaine Isabell, a point guard from Seattle, committed to Mizzou Wednesday night.

Isabell said he’ll move to Columbia next week to join his new teammates for workouts. He expects to contribute immediately in a backcourt that’s been under construction since Anderson was hired in April.

“He told me the best guys are going to play and that I can end up playing a lot of minutes,” Isabell said in a phone interview Thursday morning. “They want guards who can handle the ball and space the floor out, and that’s exactly what I can do.”

The 6-foot guard averaged 23.6 points and 3.5 assists per game for Garfield High School as a senior and led the Seattle powerhouse program to the Washington state championship. He previously signed with Washington State but was released from his letter of intent after WSU's coaching change. Isabell said he recently took the SAT and has already received a score that will make him eligible immediately at Mizzou.

Isabell and his mother visited MU earlier this month. He was also considering Providence.