Based on what Dan Mullen had to say Friday afternoon, Mississippi State fans shouldn’t expect freshman running back Kylin Hill to miss any time following his arrest for reckless driving.

According to one report, Hill was caught driving his vehicle in excess of 120 miles per hour when he was arrested Thursday. One of Mississippi State’s key signees in the offseason, Hill projects to play early in his Bulldog career.

When asked about Hill’s status, Mullen was more concerned with the legal issues facing his young running back. Following MSU’s Friday practice, which Hill attended, Mullen indicated the freshman would not miss any action.

“Nah, he’s got some legal issues he’s got to deal with and I think he’ll be fine,” Mullen said.

Having expressed his concerns with the number of unsupervised days the NCAA has mandated players be given heading into camp during his first fall press conference, Mullen appears to still take issue with that directive.

“We’ll see. That’s our first one, right? So we’ll see around the country,” Mullen continued. “First one where you can’t have any contact with them. Never mind developing players, not just physically but just being able to develop young people mature-wise, which we are supposed to be educators, but we’ll see.

“That’s what the NCAA wanted to do, so we’ll see how that continues to pan out.”