Wenonah School wideout De'Runnya Wilson has added his name to the list of recruits signing today with Mississippi State.
The rangy wide receiver becomes the latest Bulldog recruit for the class of 2013 to sign, the school announced today through a statement on coach Dan Mullen's twitter account
DeRunnya Wilson is officially a DAWG. #HailStateNSD— Dan Mullen (@CoachDanMullen) February 6, 2013
Wilson, who pledged several weeks ago on January 22nd, picked Mississippi State over Auburn and Tennessee.
Wenonah School - Birmingham, Alabama
Height - 6'4.5"
Weight - 212 lbs
40 - 4.56
Recruiting Service Rankings
247Sports - 3 star (#19 AL, #82 WR), 87 Grade
Scout - 3-star (#81 WR)
Rivals - 3-star (#30 AL, NR WR)
MSU, Auburn, Colorado State, Louisville, Tennessee, UAB, Alabama (interest)
John Luke's thoughts
A recent commitment for MSU and another wide receiver that can come in and contribute. Also another two sport star. Wilson, at 6-6, is a very good wing player on the hardwood. It is unclear if he will play basketball at MSU yet or not. He very well could. Wilson, like BJ Hammond, is a tall guy that should help in the red zone and should be a weapon out on the edge.
A fast-rising prospect after returning to the football field in 2012 following a two-year absence ... Legitimate two-sport recruit by several Division I programs ... Emerged in his single varsity football season as one of Alabama's leading high school receivers ... The state's 16th-ranked overall prospect and the #81 national wide receiver by Scout.com ... He led Coach Ronald Cheatham's team to a 10-2 record and second round of the Class 5A state playoffs ... The Dragons were 6-1 and runners-up in Region 5-5A ... As a senior he caught 31 passes for 682 yards ... Led his squad in touchdowns with seven receiving scores and averaged 21 yards each time he touched the football ... Also had five tackles in limited defensive snaps with two for sacks ... A dominating power forward on the hardwood for the top-ranked Class 5A WHS team which is playing for a third-straight state championship this season ... He was averaging a double/double as a senior and held Division I basketball scholarship offers from Auburn, UAB, Murray State, and other schools ... Played in the summer 2012 Alabama North-South All-Star Game where he was named Most Valuable Player ... Was named Most Valuable Player of the Peach State Classic with 20 points, 17 rebounds and seven steals in one game ... Averaged 13.7 points and 10.9 rebounds as a junior with 67 steals for Coach Cedric Lane as the Dragons went 29-7 en route to a state title ... Signed with Mississippi State over offers from Auburn, Kentucky, Tennessee and Louisville among others.