Three-star offensive tackle Cordavien Suggs of Jacksonville Beach Fletcher recently picked up an offer from Mississippi State and says the offer is special to him.
“I am extremely excited about this offer because I’m a Mississippi native,” he told GN’s David Hickox. “It’s always been a dream to play at MSU.”
Suggs (6 feet 7, 270 pounds), who will be a senior this fall, grew up in Jackson, Miss., and moved to Jacksonville during the spring of his freshman year in high school because his family thought he would have better football opportunities if he played high school ball in Florida. Now he has the opportunity to play his college ball in Mississippi.
"This MSU offer is really big; it's really a game-changer for my recruitment process," Suggs said.
Suggs is a left tackle prospect with long arms, strength and the nastiness for the left side. He said he's already setting up visits to schools that interest him. A few stand out, including Mississippi State.
'Tennessee, South Carolina, Mississippi State, Florida Atlantic and Memphis are the schools
recruiting me the hardest, he said. "That would be my top five for right now, but that could change at any time.
"I went to South Carolina for their 'Junior Day.' I'm going to UGA for their spring game. I plan on visiting Georgia Southern on the 23rd (of April) and want to get up to Tennessee, Memphis and Mississippi State later this summer."
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