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Bulldogs lose 4-star RB pledge

Tre Turner re-opened his recruitment on Saturday. (Photo Courtesy of

Mississippi State’s 2016 took a blow Saturday evening as four-star running back Tre Turner announced that he would reopen his recruitment. The 5-foot-10, 193-pounder from New Orleans posted on his Twitter account that “I have decided to de-commit today and

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Story commits to MSU, enrolling early

BY KEDRICK STOREY SOUTHERN SENTINEL RIPLEY- College football recruiting is heating up as February’s National Signing Day approaches and Mississippi State added another to their list as Ripley offensive lineman Michael Story committed on Monday. The 6-foot-5, 285 pounder, who

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Bulldogs lose 4-star RB pledge

Kentavious Thomas de-committed from Mississippi State. (Photo courtesy of

The Bulldogs 2015 class took a blow this week losing the pledge of four-star running back Kentavious Thomas. Thomas had been committed to Mississippi State since February. The 5-foot-11, 205-pounder from Milledgeville, Ga., is considered the nation’s No. 20 running

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Bulldogs lose 4-star DT commitment

Briston Guidry decommitted from Mississippi State. (Photo Courtesy of

Mississippi State lost a key member of its 2016 recruiting class when four-star defensive tackle Briston Guidry decided to reopen his recruitment. The 6-foot-2, 265-pounder from Metarie, La., had been committed to the Bulldogs since June 4. Guidry made 77

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Champion signs with Co-Lin

Tommy Champion signed with Copiah-Lincoln Community College (Photo Courtesy of

Mississippi State will have to wait a bit longer for four-star offensive tackle Tommy Champion‘s arrival. The 6-foot-5, 285-pounder from Callaway High School signed with Copiah-Lincoln Community College on Wednesday and is no longer a part of the Bulldogs 2015

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Bulldogs sign five mid-year transfers

The nation's No. 1 junior college offensive lineman, Martinas Rankin, committed and signed with the Bulldogs on Wednesday. (Photo courtesy of

Mississippi State and head coach Dan Mullen added five mid-year transfers to the roster for the spring semester. The Bulldogs signed three instate junior college prospects to national letters of intent while two early high school graduates inked financial aid

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Derouen back on the market

Trey Derouen was offered a greyshirt by the Bulldogs. (Photo Courtesy of

Lilburn, Ga., three-star offensive guard Trey Derouen is back on the market after decommitting from Mississippi State last week. The 6-foot-3, 309-pounder was offered a greyshirt by the Bulldogs but chose to reopen his recruitment. Derouen also has offers from

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Final stats for MSU commitments

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Each week the Daily Journal will preview the weekly games of Mississippi State’s current commitments. The Bulldogs currently have 37 verbal commitments and their 2015 class is rated 15th nationally by 2015 Commitments Fletcher Adams Position: Defensive tackle Height/

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Tupelo’s Wilson flips to UGA

Tupelo’s Jarvis Wilson has switched his commitment from Mississippi State to Georgia. The 6-foot-2, 197-pound safety officially visited Athens over the weekend and announced his decision via Twitter late Wednesday night. Wilson had been committed to MSU since May 6.

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Hines III drops MSU commitment

Mississippi State’s 2017 recruiting class is back to being empty as Plano, Texas four-star linebacker Anthony Hines III dropped his commitment from the Bulldogs after 13 months. Hines III tweeted Friday evening “After speaking with my parents and coaches, I

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Ray adds second commitment of the week

Quitman's Darius Hicks is the Bulldogs second 2016 commitment this week. (Photo courtesy of

Mississippi State head coach Rick Ray added his second 2016 commitment of the week landing Quitman power forward Darius Hicks. The 6-foot-7, 210-pounder is considered the No. 2 prospect in Mississippi and the No. 29 power forward nationally by Hicks

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