Posted January 28, 2013 on
The Raiders of Rummel High School won their first state championship this past season thanks in large part to the play of senior signal caller Damian Williams. Williams committed to Mississippi State after his official visit to Starkville this weekend. Coach Jay Roth believes the Bulldogs are getting a fine football player and a quality young man.
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Damian Williams entered his senior season with offers from Kansas State, Nebraska and Southern Miss among others. A state championship season later, Williams has elected to cast his lot with the Mississippi State Bulldogs of the SEC.
A whirlwind courtship between Rummel quarterback Damian Williams and Mississippi State ended earlier this week when Williams offered his verbal commitment to Coach Dan Mullen and the Bulldog staff. FOXSportsNext caught up with Williams on the Archbishop Rummel campus for an exclusive interview about his decision.
Excitement in the final week of recruiting is sometimes a pleasant surprise. In this case the excitement is not wanted as Tyler (John Tyler), Texas Scout Top 300 prospect and Class 4A All-State wide receiver Fred Ross is contemplating his commitment to Oklahoma State and an offer from Mississippi State after making an official visit last weekend to Starkville, Miss.
FSNextTV: Shelton State (AL) Community College small forward Travis Daniels, a Mississippi State signee, is showcased in these video highlights from Shelton State's game against Southern Union CC, January 14, 2013.
Shelby Christy committed to Mississippi State prior to the start of his senior campaign. Christy and his parents took their official visit to Starkville this weekend in what will be their last Bulldog excursion before signing day. Christy had nothing, but positive things to say about his time on campus.
Included is a January 28, 2013 photo gallery of the work that has been done on the Mississippi State football stadium expansion.
Enclosed are the stats and info from Mississippi State baseball's weekend scrimmages (Friday, Saturday and Sunday).
Gadsden City wide out B.J. Hammond reports that his weekend at Mississippi State could not have gone much better. The talented Hammond had the chance to spend some quality times with his future teammates and coaches as part of his official visit to Starkville this weekend.
Enclosed are the stats and info from Mississippi State baseball's Tuesday scrimmage.