Alabama and Mississippi State are separated by less than 100 miles, creating a rivalry that dates to 1896. From its inception it's been a one-sided affair, and it hasn't been much different on the recruiting trail, especially since Nick Saban arrived.
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Now that national signing day is out of the way, we're going to take another look at our SEC power rankings. You won't see any change really, but we have more confidence in some teams now than we did before: 1.
Mississippi State head coach Dan Mullen announced five mid-year additions to his team's roster on Friday, according to the school's official site. Headlining the group is ESPNU 150 defensive tackle Quay Evans (Morton, Miss.
High three-star defensive end A.J. Jefferson (Summit, Miss./North Pike), who was coveted by the state's three biggest programs, has selected Mississippi State following an official visit, multiple sources report.
Mississippi State continues to build a solid defensive line class and added another big piece with the addition of ESPNU 150 defensive tackle Quay Evans (Morton, Miss./Morton), who committed to the Bulldogs yesterday.
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Four-star defensive tackle Quay Evans (Morton, Miss.), ranked No. 102 in the ESPNU 150, committed to play for Mississippi State Thursday, multiple sources report. Evans, 6-foot-2, 315-pounds, selected the Bulldogs over scholarship offers from Auburn, USC, Florida State, LSU, Ole Miss, Alabama, Miami-FL and Southern Miss.