Posted June 12, 2012 on
Gabriel Myles grew up cheering for Mississippi State at Davis Wade Stadium. Now Myles' family and friends will plan to cheer him on to victory as the Bulldog legacy plans to take his football talents from Starkville High School to Mississippi State University.
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Mississippi State head football coach Dan Mullen and his staff show their good fortune on the recruiting trail continue this afternoon when Clay-Chalkville wide receiver DeAndre Woods verbally committed to the Bulldogs. After a strong camp showing over the weekend, Woods and his mother returned to Starkville today to make his verbal pledge to Mississippi State official.
Mississippi State's first summer camp session is in full swing. Hundreds of prospects have been on campus over the course of the last few days with more expected this week. Enclosed is a pictorial look at some of the talent who spent time on campus this weekend.
Mississippi State's coaching staff received their sixth commitment with the verbal of Houston (MS) High School 2013 defensive end Chris Jones.
Jackson Academy offensive lineman Jamaal Clayborn has picked up a pair of early offers. Clayborn is now doing his due diligence to determine where he belongs once his time at JA ends. This past weekend Clayborn spent some time on campus at Mississippi State in an effort to get a better feel of how things work in Starkville.
Manatee (FL) High School 2013 quarterback Cord Sandberg talks about his Mississippi State commitment.
Gabe Angel is one of the youngest players to receive an offer from Mississippi State. Just heading into high school, the 6-3, 215 pounder has turned heads and is expected to be one of the top prospects in his signing class. This weekend, Angel spent some time in Starkville to learn more about the Bulldogs.
Vincent Hunter is making the camp rounds in an effort to show coaches what he can do as well as get a feel for the men who may be his college coaches. Hunter spent some time at Mississippi State working with MSU offensive line coach John Hevesy at the Bulldogs' first summer camp session.
LaDarrius Slocum took his show on the road this past weekend. The talented corner attended the summer camp events at Mississippi State in hopes of rising up the Bulldogs' recruiting board. Before heading home to Walthall County, Slocum shared his thoughts on the day.