Denico Autry is arguably the nation's top junior college defensive prospect.
The NJCAA first team All-American registered 81 total tackles, thirteen tackles for loss, eleven sacks and two forced fumbles from his defensive end position this season.
He chose Mississippi State over offers from Alabama,
Arkansas, Georgia, Florida, Florida State, Miami, Nebraska, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Texas, Texas A&M and Oregon among many others.
The five star Autry helped lead the Lions of East Mississippi to the NJCAA 2011 National Title.
He will look to bring his unique blend of power and speed to Starkville to improve the Bulldogs' pass rush.
Charles Siddoway of Butte College will be making his way to Starkville after originally signing with California out of Sheldon High School in Eugene, Oregon.
Siddoway was first team All-Conference, All-Region and All-American by the Commission on Athletics.
Charles chose Mississippi State over offers from Arkansas State, Iowa State, Louisiana Tech, Pitt, Rutgers, San Diego State, Texas Tech and West Virginia.
He is expected to come in and compete for a starting spot at one of the tackle positions this spring.
D'iberville, Mississippi native Dylan Holley made his decision to be a Bulldog official today after an impressive career at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College.
The NJCAA 2nd team All-American helped lead Gulf Coast to another big year and was a key component of the Bulldogs' running game.
Holley chose Mississippi State over offers from East Carolina, South Alabama, South Florida and UAB.
All three players are scheduled to report January 4th, 2012.