The nation’s top-ranked junior college player has made his choice, and it’s Mississippi State.
Four-star wide receiver Stephen Guidry, a Louisiana native who once was committed to LSU, pledged to the Bulldogs on Friday morning, announcing his decision on Twitter.
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“I’m very blessed to announce my verbal commitment to play and continue my education at Mississippi State University,” Guidry wrote. “I would like to give thanks to my coaches & most of all the man above because without you I wouldn’t be in this situation I’m in now so thank you for the blessing.
“I also wanna thank HindsCC for turning me into the man I am today. Talking it up with my family we all throught it would be a good idea to finish my last 2 years in college at Mississippi State. #HailState”
Guidry (6 feet 4, 190 pounds) plays for Hinds Community College in Raymond, Miss. He previously committed to LSU twice only to decommit from the Tigers both times, most recently in April.
With the Bulldogs, he will be expected to contribute instantly in 2018 and could become a primary target for Mississippi State dual-threat quarterback Nick Fitzgerald.
Guidry went to Livonia (La.) High, which is about 30 miles west of Baton Rouge.
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