Posted July 20, 2013 on
Marcus Green wanted the chance to compete and show that he deserved consideration from the state of Mississippi's SEC programs. After camping at both Mississippi State and Ole Miss, Green believes he has done his part. Green was part of a talented group of recruits on the campus of Mississippi State University for the Bulldogs' Big Dawg camp last night.
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Columbia High linebacker Deshon Cooper committed to Mississippi State before he ever had the chance to visit the campus. Cooper attended the Bulldogs' Big Dawg camp and worked out with MSU linebacker boss Geoff Collins. It appears that the experience in Starkville has only intensified Cooper's attraction towards the Bulldogs.
2014 Mississippi State baseball commitment Ryan Gridley talks about what type player he is, how his summer is going and why he chose Mississippi State as the place he wanted to play college baseball.
Several of the top players in the southeast converged on the campus of Mississippi State for the annual Big Dawg camp which features some of the Bulldogs' top recruiting targets. A star studded group of players took part in the event yesterday.
Spanish Fort High School junior wide receiver Kevin Marion impressed at Mississippi State's June camp sessions. The rising Marion did enough to warrant an invitation back to campus as part of the Bulldogs' Big Dawg camp that allows some of the top recruiting targets to compete and showcase their talents. Marion was happy to be in that number.
Several talented underclassmen attended Mississippi State's Big Dawg camp. One rising 2015 prospect who turned heads was Hoover, Alabama linebacker Malcolm Cox. The talented junior has the frame that college recruiters are looking for and he believes he can make a different on an SEC defense.
Mississippi State fans knew a possible commitment from linebacker Keith Holcombe could come during Big Dawg camp. The talented Holcombe and his family made the drive over to Starkville and shared the good word with the Bulldog staff before the sunset on what proved to be a great day on the Mississippi State campus.
Quarterback Elijah Staley committed to Mississippi State recently. The Georgia native returned to Starkville yesterday to take part in the Bulldogs' Big Dawg camp where he impressed despite having a bit of a tired arm. The personable Staley was all smiles at the end of the evening after spending time with several future teammates.
Jonathan Pollock committed to Mississippi State during his last trip to Starkville, Mississippi. A month later the Orlando, Florida product was back on campus working with the Bulldog coaching staff as part of the Mississippi State Big Dawg camp.
Lafayette High School 2016 offensive line prospect Eli Johnson holds an early offer from Mississippi State among others. The Bulldog coaching staff was able to host Johnson along with over 100 other talented prospects during the Mississippi State Big Dawg camp. Johnson reports that his time on campus was an enjoyable experience.
Mississippi State's rumored, gold chrome helmet would be great to see on the 2013 Egg Bowl field against the rival Ole Miss Rebels, that's for sure.
Mississippi State wide receivers/quarterback (and a surprise player) football photo gallery.
Included are comments and observations from Mississippi State's Big Dawg Camp.
Three star defensive lineman Cory Thomas has been a name on the recruiting radar for several months. The talented Thomas was close to committing to Mississippi State several weeks ago, but stopped short of pulling the trigger. Several other programs have jumped in the mix including Alabama and Florida. Thomas returned to Mississippi State this weekend to check in on the Bulldogs.
Alex Woodall has been making the drive to Mississippi State for three years now. Between attending football camps and games, the McComb High School product knows the way to Starkville. Earlier this weekend, Woodall was offered a scholarship from the Bulldogs, so he and his family may me making that drive up highway 25 north with more regularity.