Copiah-Lincoln Community College has not only produced five current Mississippi State players but it is also home to four future Bulldogs as well.
The latest Wolfpack player to commit to MSU is defensive end Montez Sweat. The 6-foot-6, 250-pounder spent two years at Michigan State before transferring to Co-Lin in June.
Sweat received a redshirt his initial season for the Spartans after appearing in only two games in 2014 with four tackles including a half-sack. The Stone Mountain, Georgia native played in two more contests last year before being suspended.
Sweat and is the 21st member of the Bulldogs’ 20th ranked recruiting class.
For more on Sweat’s commitment, check out Paul Jones‘ story on Bulldawgs247.com by clicking the link HERE.