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.
The Bulldogs’ 2020 class still consists of 10 recruits and ranks 17th in the nation, according to 247sports.com.