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Mississippi State Bulldog Wide Receiver De'Runnya Wilson Appears Set to Enter the NFL Draft

De'Runnya Wilson took to social media to announce that he has played his last game at Mississippi State.

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According to his Instagram account, Mississippi State wide receiver De'Runnya Wilson is headed to the NFL, reported 24/7's Robbie Faulk.

Wilson, who came to Mississippi State with little football experience in high school made, proved to be one of the more threatening receivers in the SEC during his time with the Bulldogs.

As a true freshman, Wilson hauled in 26 passes for 351 yards and three touchdowns, his first coming on a 59-yard pass from Tyler Russell against LSU. In the Egg Bowl, he came up with three first down catches in the fourth quarter.

Wilson's sophomore season saw the receiver lead the nation in third down touchdowns.  He finished the season with 47 receptions for 680 yards and nine touchdowns.  Perhaps his most memorable came against Auburn, when he scored the opening touchdown while darting between two Auburn defenders. He played his biggest in the final three games of the season, picking up 91 yards against Alabama, 117 yards and a touchdown on eight receptions against Ole Miss, and had nine catches for 105 yards and two touchdowns against Georgia Tech in the Orange Bowl.

Wilson finished this season second to Fred Ross's 88 receptions with 60 catches. Those catches went for 918 yards and a team high 10 touchdown receptions, good for the second biggest season in team history. Wilson's 22 career touchdowns left him two behind all-time MSU leader Chad Bumphis.