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Mississippi State Adds 26th Commitment For 2015

Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports
Dan Mullen and the Mississippi State coaching staff got some good news on Thursday when Mark McLaurin committed to the Bulldogs 2015 recruiting class. He announced his decision via Twitter:
McLaurin is a 6-foot-3, 200-pound safety from Collins, MS (Collins) and is rated as three-star prospect on most recruiting websites. He holds offers from Ole Miss, Southern Miss, Arkansas State and Louisiana-Lafayette.

With McLaurin's commitment, Mississippi State now has the biggest 2015 class in the nation with 26 members.
Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com

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