Ring the Bell: Mississippi State lands commitment from JUCO offensive lineman Sebastien Dolcine
Mississippi State isn’t slowing down on the recruiting trail this summer as Joe Moorhead’s program just landed its 17th commitment for the 2020 recruiting cycle by landing junior college offensive lineman Sebastien Dolcine.
The 6-foot-5, 295-pound Hollywood, Fla., native currently plays for Copiah-Lincoln Community College in Mississippi. Before having to go to junior college, Dolcine signed with Mark Stoops’ Kentucky program out of high school.
247Sports does not currently have a ranking listed for Dolcine.
The Copiah-Lincoln Community College lineman announced his decision on Tuesday with the following comment:
“First off, I just want to thank God and everybody that supported me through my process. After talking with my parents and loved ones, the school I’ve decided to attend for my next two years will be Mississippi State University!”
With Dolcine joining Moorhead’s program, here’s an updated look at Mississippi State’s updated recruiting class for this cycle:
Mississippi State’s 2020 Recruiting Class
Dolcine’s most recent highlight reel comes from his prep career at Miramar High School in Florida: