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Mississippi State Signing Day Central

Let the fax machine’s day in the sun commence, as Mississippi State will make it official on their class of 2021. I’ll be updating here throughout the day as the letters of intent roll in.


Marshall was one of the earliest commitments to Mike Leach, joining the class at the end of July. Not the most impressive offer sheet in the group, he is a player that the staff projects to move inside to defensive tackle and take advantage of his great athleticism.


A former Temple commitment, Mitchell also picked Mississippi State over offers from Maryland and Southern Mississippi. Mitchell enjoyed a tremendous senior campaign, with 97 tackles including 17.5 for loss and 8.5 sacks.


Rogers was another early commitment for Mike Leach, joining MSU’s class in early July. A big linebacker out of Deland, FL, Rogers picked MSU over offers from Auburn, Boston College, and Indiana. He racked up 41 tackles as a senior, including 8 sacks.


Charlton is a transfer addition to the class, coming over from Central Florida. He put up good numbers for the Golden Knights, with 12.5 career sacks. As a high school player, he picked UCF over offers from Mississippi State, Oregon, Tennessee, and Michigan State.


Moore is the first of the four receivers Mississippi State is expected to sign today to make it official. His senior season was cut short by a meniscus injury, but he still piled up 43 catches for over 800 yards. He picked the Bulldogs over Ole Miss, Auburn, and Oregon.


Cavazos was a recruiter’s dream, as he received his MSU offer on July 29 and was committed on August 5. One of the top rated offensive linemen in the State, he also had offers from Memphis and Arkansas State.


Lewis had a meteoric rise in recruiting, going from an unknown prospect to the state’s top rated defensive player over the course of this season. He picked the Bulldogs over Ole Miss and Florida State.


They say speed kills, and Knox is one of the fastest receivers in high school football. A four star recruit out of The Woodlands, TX, Knox picked MSU over offers from Alabama, Tennessee, and Texas. Timed at 4.42 in the 40 yard dash, he will add some much needed firepower to Mike Leach’s Air Raid offense.


Williams is the first junior college signee to make it official with Mississippi State today. A 6’4″ 290 pound athlete out of Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior College, he picked the Bulldogs over offers from East Carolina and Western Kentucky.


Boone was a target Mississippi State pursued even after he committed to Virginia Tech, and their persistence paid off. A 6’4″ 290 pound offensive tackle, Boone also picked up offers from Colorado and Arizona.


One of two quarterbacks Mississippi State expects to sign today, Greek comes to Starkville from Argyle, TX. A career 60% passer, Greek picked the Bulldogs over offers from Duke and Georgia Tech.


One of the nation’s top junior college linebackers, Page flipped from Texas Tech to Mississippi State in October. As a first year player at East Mississippi CC, he piled up 36 tackles and 3 sacks. Page also had offers from Kansas State, Oklahoma State, and Washington State.


The highest rated pro-style quarterback Mississippi State has ever signed, Robertson has produced eye popping numbers during his time at Coronado High School in Lubbock, TX. Throwing for 11000 yards as a four year starter, Robertson picked MSU over offers from Texas, Southern Cal, and Florida State.


Mississippi State really focused on taking offensive tackles in this class, and Reese might be the biggest of them all. Measuring in at 6’7″ and 315 pounds, Reese flipped his commitment to the Bulldogs from Rutgers earlier this month. He also had offers from Ole Miss, Michigan State, and Arizona State.


Ellington was locked into Mississippi State’s class from the time he committed in May. Likely a safety in college, Ellington selected MSU over offers from Arkansas, Indiana, and Southern Miss.


Jones flipped from Southern Mississippi to Mississippi State in September. He added an Oklahoma State offer later in the process, but remained solid with the Bulldogs throughout.


Formerly a South Carolina commitment as a receiver, Price will be the lone running back signee for Mississippi State. Rated as the #38 athlete in the country, he also had offers from Arkansas and Ole Miss.


Harmon’s signing day addition helped soften the blow of losing two receiver commitments in the last few weeks, including Malik Nabers earlier today. A big target at 6’4″, Harmon picked the Bulldogs over offers from Ole Miss, Texas, and LSU.


A second former South Carolina commit, Thomas caught 100 passes in his two years as a starter for Eufala High School in Alabama. Thomas becomes the fifth wide receiver to sign on to play in Mike Leach’s Air Raid offense.

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