MSU Commits Lead Teams to 7-1 Record

Seven of Mississippi State football commitments have helped lead their teams to a combined 7-1 record.

  • Offensive lineman Mark Melichar has helped his team to a 3-0 record. Oak Mountain (AL) HS has defeated Fairfield 27-4, Spain Park 15-7 and Vestavia Hills 17-2. Mark has recorded between 15 and 20 pancake blocks and graded out at 77 and 79% in the first two games. He will get his grade for the third game Monday. Although he is a solid MSU commitment, he still received recruiting calls from Vanderbilt, Memphis and UAB.

  • According to Pensacola (FL) HS head coach Mike Bennett, running back Courtney Jones has recorded 452 yards and 4 touchdowns on 38 carries in his team's first two games. He also has 23 receiving yards. His team is currently 1-1 on the year after losing to Daphne 0-32 and defeating Tate 45-14. His teammate, LaBrandon Glover, has recorded 29 totals in the first two games.

  • Kenny Ashley, a running back from Venice (CA) HS, played his first game of the season last Friday night and recorded 265 yards and 3 touchdowns on 17 carries. He also had 2 receptions for 40 yards and 3 tackles. His team won 35-14 over Carson HS.

  • DE Brandon Cooper, OL Chris Herrera and CB Marcus Washington have led Marshall HS (Missouri City, TX) to a 2-0 record. They defeated Cypress Ridge 31-21 the first weekend of the season and Dulles HS 42-37 Friday night. Cooper has recorded 14 tackles and 3 quarterback hurries. Washington has 8 tackles and 2 pass deflections. Herrera, in the first game had 8 pancake blocks. Due to not being able to get in touch with him Sunday, I don't have any stats for his second game.

  • I haven't been able to get in touch with Biggersville's Alex Carpenter to find out his stats.


    Gene Swindoll is the publisher of the Dawgs' Bite, Powered by GenesPage.com website, the source for Mississippi State sports on Scout.com sports network. You can contact him by emailing swindoll@genespage.com.
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