Mississippi State loses commitment from talented 2020 in-state wide receiver
The Mississippi State Bulldogs and coach Joe Moorhead are doing some good work on the recruiting trails early in the 2020 cycle.
However, that 2020 class took a hit on Wednesday, as a 3-star in-state wide receiver decided to decommit from the Bulldogs.
As you can see below, WR Alex Adams of South Pike High School in Magnolia, Mississippi, announced via Twitter that he was reopening his recruitment:
First off I want to thank my family & coaches for pushing me to the max effort. I have prayed about this situation. I’m announcing my de-commitment from Mississippi State University. Thank You to all the coaches at Mississippi State. Please Respect My Decision!
— Alex adams (@alexadams_uno) May 9, 2019
Per the 247Sports composite, Adams is the No. 87 wide receiver in the class of 2020 and the No. 10 overall recruit from the state of Mississippi.
The Bulldogs still have 11 players in their 2020 class, which currently ranks No. 15 in the country and No. 5 in the SEC, per 247Sports.