Mississippi State’s 2020 recruiting class lost two in-state commits on Wednesday.
Alex Adams, a 3-star WR from South Pike High School, committed to the Bulldogs in February, but he announced his intention to re-open his recruitment on Twitter.
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
The 6’1-175 pound receiver also holds offers from Arkansas, Auburn, Florida State and several others.
Shortly after Adams made his announcement, Lideatrick Griffin, a 4-star WR/ATH from Philadelphia High School, posted that he has decided to decommit from MSU.
Respect My Decision ✊🏽 pic.twitter.com/NcjZnIIh9m
— Tulu🤘🏽💸 (@LideatrickG) May 9, 2019
Griffin stands at 5’10 and weighs 170 pounds. Griffin’s list of offers includes Auburn, Ole Miss, Southern Miss, Memphis, and Tennessee.
Griffin is the #4 recruit in Mississippi for 2020 and Adams is #10.
The Bulldogs’ 2020 class still consists of 10 recruits and ranks 17th in the nation, according to 247sports.com.