Of those 16 home state prepsters 12 of them were named All-State, the highest total of any in state University.
Dillon Day of West Monroe, Louisiana was an honorable mention All-State for 2009 bringing MSU's total of All-State selections to 13 for the 2010 signing class.
Damien Robinson was named U.S. Army All-American and he participated in the annual All-Star game in San Antonio, Texas earlier this year.
Running back Vick Ballard was named NJCAA 1st team All-American for his standout sophomore season at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College.
Kaleb Eulls was selected to play in the Offense/Defense All-American Bowl.
Joining Eulls as an O/D All-American was Dylan Favre who was also given All-American honors by Parade and MaxPreps.
Dylan was also named O/D National Player of the year thanks in large part to his national record 81 touchdowns in 2009.
Mississippi State had nine commitments on the thirty-seven man roster for the Mississippi/Alabama All-Star game.
Kaleb Eulls, Nick Griffin, Corvell Harrison, Jay Hughes, Jameon Lewis, Jamerson Love, Damien Robinson, Curtis Virges and Matthew Wells were all selected to play in Mobile.
Hughes bowed out of the game due to a nagging injury.
Three other commitments Michael Carr, Dylan Favre and Robert Johnson were named to the rosters of the 61st annual Bernard Blackwell classic. Favre was named the game's most valuable player.
MSU signed half of the Clarion Ledger's Dandy Dozen with Michael Carr, Kaleb Eulls, Nick Griffin, Robert Johnson, Damien Robinson and Matthew Wells all inking with the Bulldogs.
This is the second consecutive year Mississippi State has signed more Dandy Dozen selections than any other school.
Gatorade Player of the Year
Dylan Favre's decision to attend Mississippi State marks the fourth consecutive year Mississippi's Gatorade Player of the Year winner has signed with the Bulldogs.
Derek Sherrod began the streak that was continued by Charles Mitchell, Tyler Rusell and now Favre.
Michael Carr, Dillon Day, Dylan Favre, Jameon Lewis and Curtis Virges all led their teams to state titles this year.
Jay Hughes, Robert Johnson and Jamerson Love all played in the state title game.
As a junior Christian Holmes led the Puckett Wolves to the 1A state title with a win over Calhoun City.
Coaches' score card
MSU offensive coordinator Les Koenning led the way with six signings from three states.
Coach John Hevesy also played a large role in a support capacity on all of the offensive line commitments.