Although she wasn't able to participate in the camp this past weekend due to a minor injury, Sessom still enjoyed her time at the camp Saturday and Sunday.
"It was a good experience," said Sessom. "I got to interact with the players and the coaches. I got to know the coaches more than when I came on my visit. I have a good relationship with them. The coaches treat me like they are my mom. I also learned some stuff while watching them that I can do at home."
Sessom is receiving heavy recruiting interest from several colleges, including Mississippi State.
"I am being recruited by Mississippi State, Southern Miss, Ole Miss, Grambling, Memphis and some other schools that haven't offered me yet," said the talented youngster.
She's already received five scholarship offers.
"I've received offers from Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Grambling, Southern Miss and Memphis," said Sessom.
She came away very impressed with Mississippi State after spending the last two days on campus.
"I like that they are different than the other colleges that I have visited," said Sessom. "They are like a big family. They have good players. They will probably be doing something this year."
She also was impressed with Mississippi State head coach Vic Schaefer.
"I like (Coach Schaefer) because he's hard on me," said Sessom. "And I like someone that will get on me. I don't want someone that is just nice to me all the time."
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