Posted June 09, 2012 on
The state of Mississippi has produced a bumper crop of offensive linemen for the 2013 signing class. Murrah product James Davis believes he has what it takes to be one of the more productive blockers in his home state and he has taken his show on the road to prove it in college camps. On Friday, Davis spent time at Mississippi State getting to know the Bulldogs.
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The Mississippi State Bulldogs were the first program to offer a scholarship to Tuscaloosa-Northridge wide out James Cox. Since that time, four other schools have followed suit. After spending the day in Starkville around the Bulldog coaching staff, Cox reiterated his interest in Mississippi State.
Gadsden City High School has seen several of their alumni go on to play college football. A few have signed on with SEC programs. Earlier today, wide receiver B.J. Hammond verbally committed to Dan Mullen and the Bulldogs of Mississippi State marking the third wide receiver commitment towards the 2013 signing class.
Gadsden City (AL) HS WR B.J. Hammond made his commitment to Mississippi State earlier today. He talks about the process leading up to his commitment and about the commitment itself.
Tuscaloosa Northridge made it to the final four of the Mississippi State 7-on-7 challenge on Friday. The main attraction for Northridge was junior Bo Scarborough. The rising junior drew rave reviews from on lookers as he made big play after big play. The talented running back reports that he holds twelve offers now and that he is still considering all options.
Defensive back T.J. McCollum is enjoying the recruiting process. The Alabama standout is making the rounds in the early summer to gain some clarity when it comes to the college programs that are in pursuit of his signing day autograph. McCollum made a return trip to Mississippi State on Saturday.