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Mississippi State Signing Day Central for the 2022 Class

Another glorious day for the fax machine, as National Signing Day is upon us yet again. Mississippi State is expecting a busy day with its commitments and potential additions, we’ll update each signee as they are made official right here throughout the day.


One of the first additions to this class back in March, Cannon picked the Bulldogs over offers from Ball State, Georgia Southern, and Marshall.


A three start prospect out of Rockwall, TX, the heir apparent to the Air Raid finished his high school career as the all time leader in touchdown passes in Texas 6A football history. Locke threw for 11067 yards in his career, with 129 touchdowns against only 26 interceptions. He picked the Bulldogs over offers from Georgia Tech and Kansas.


A three star prospect out of Mobile, AL, Taylor flipped his commitment from LSU to the Bulldogs and became a stalwart of the class from that day forward. His offer sheet also includes Arkansas, Auburn, and Florida.


A six foot, 190 pound athlete out of Raymond High School, Singleton will project as a safety in college. He picked the Bulldogs over offers from Air Force, Indiana, and Louisiana.


The brother of current Mississippi State defensive end De’Monte Russell, the 6’4″ 200 pound defensive end out of Provine High School picked the Bulldogs over offers from Arizona State, Arkansas State, and Memphis.


The latest addition to State’s 2022 class, LaHue flipped his commitment from Virginia Tech a week ago. He also had offers from some top academic schools, including Dartmouth, Columbia, and Harvard.


A top local talent, Miller starred at state champion Heritage Academy out of Columbus, MS. He picked the Bulldogs over offers from Florida State, Illinois, and Louisiana Tech.


Dinkins commits to Mississippi State on Signing Day, he was a late bloomer who was almost assured of adding offers had he waited out the process. He picks the Bulldogs over offers from Florida and Baylor.


Collins is MSU’s lone cornerback signee from the high school ranks, a position of great need for the Bulldogs. He picked State over offers from Michigan State, Arizona, and Arkansas State.


A much needed commitment, Nicholson flipped from Kentucky to Mississippi State on Signing Day. A 6’3″, 200 pound athlete out of Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, Nicholson also had offers from Ole Miss, Baylor, and Florida State.


A four star receiver from George County High School, Dortch flipped from Ole Miss to Mississippi State back during the season. He picked the Bulldogs over offers from the Rebels, plus Auburn and Arkansas.


One of the most sought after prospects in the country, Williams is a four star defensive lineman from Crystal Spring High School. Originally committed to Florida State, Williams also claimed offers from LSU, Auburn, Ole Miss, and Tennessee.


Hopson committed early to Mississippi State, picking the Bulldogs over Florida State and Marshall.


Another Signing Day flip, MSU took Sledge out of Tulane's 2022 class. Another player who was garnerning a lot of late interest, Sledge also had offers from USM, Boise State, and Louisiana Tech.


Considered the biggest "must-get" for Mississippi State in 2022, Lewis will look to slide into the left tackle spot left vacant by Charles Cross heading to the NFL. Rated as the #1 offensive tackle in junior college by 247 Sports, Lewis also had offers from Ole Miss, Oregon, and Missouri.


Gilmore comes to Mississippi State as one of the top rated linebackers in the South. He picked the Bulldogs over offers from Arkansas, Kentucky, LSU, and Ole Miss.


Another highly rated linebacker from Mississippi, Moore committed to the Bulldogs early in the process. He also claimed offers from Ole Miss, Southern Miss, and Navy.

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