January 7, 2010
King keeps Bulldogs on top
Since the recruiting process began, Yazoo City (Miss.) linebacker Taurice King has maintained the stance that he wanted to remain instate.
The three-star prospect has seen his stock rise following a strong showing at the Mississippi-Alabama All-Star Classic picking up a new offer from the Crimson Tide.
King had already picked up offers from Mississippi State, Louisiana Tech, Ole Miss and Southern Miss so does the new offer from top-ranked Alabama change his mindset?
"Mississippi State is still leading," King said. "But after the (all-star) game I got an offer from Alabama. But I think it's still going to be Mississippi State because of the drive. I feel real close to their school and Alabama came in late. I really haven't talked to anybody there until now. I know more about Mississippi State."
King was only able to attend one game this past fall due to his sister's illness. The 6-foot-2, 225-pounder made a visit to Starkville to watch the Bulldogs take on Georgia Tech and was able to see a familiar face on the field which helped their chances.
"I've got a former player there in Fletcher Cox," King said. "Plus they are putting in everybody even freshmen and everybody is getting time."
King was scheduled for an official visit to MSU on Jan. 15 and Alabama on Jan. 22 but it appears that schedule has changed.
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