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[Premium Article] Like always, college football teams can never possess too many offensive linemen and recruiters will attempt to recruit as many as possible. With the Mississippi State rushing game falling short of expectations the past couple of years due to injures or inexperience up front, it is no secret that MSU hopes to bring in another solid young group, looking to get back to a punishing ground game.

With 2003 signees Donovan Davis and David Price expected to push for time in the O-line rotation in the fall, MSU is beginning to widen their search for more big bodies in February of 2004. Of course, there will be the usual three or four standouts in Mississippi, but the Bulldog are also keeping tabs on a lot of unheralded prospects, including rising prep seniors Nathan Waltman of Southaven and... Recommended Stories

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