Solid To Mississippi State
When asked if he would consider changing his commitment from Mississippi State to another school, Will Redmond was quick and concise with his response:
"Not going to happen," Redmond said with a matter-of-fact tone.
He said this while waiting for Mississippi State WR coach Angelo Mirando to arrive for an in-home visit.
"I'm excited. Coach Mirando is coming tonight."
Redmond says he's giving coaches elsewhere the respect they deserve when he hears from them.
"Coaches want to talk even when I'm committed. It gets a little tiring but I'll still answer and give them my time."
Redmond also plans to take all five of his official visits.
"I will visit Notre Dame, Vanderbilt, Tennessee, Georgia and Mississippi State for officials."
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