Forristal Enjoys Mississippi State Experience

Cartersville, Georgia standout tight end Miller Forristall plans to make the summer rounds. Today the versatile play maker spent some time on the campus of Mississippi State working with the Bulldog staff. Over the course of the afternoon, Forristall emerged as one of the top prospects on the field.


"Things went really well," Forristall said. "I feel like I performed well, so it was fun. I play tight end, but I feel like I can pretty much play anywhere I need to."

The former quarterback reports that he developed some positive feelings about the Mississippi State coaches namely Billy Gonzales and Scott Sallach.

"I like them a lot," Forristall said. "I started talking to them earlier and I am starting to get to know them a lot better. I wanted to get to know them well and that's why I came.

"Mississippi State is a growing program on the rise. I really like the offense and the coaches."

Mississippi State is one of several offers in hand for for the Cartersville High School standout, so the Bulldogs have some work to do in order to land the rising talent.

"Yesterday, I picked up Miami and Alabama," Forristall. "I have Cal, Missouri, Mississippi State and a total of 17 offers, so far.

"I am going to Duke this Saturday and then UGA (Georgia) next week."

The recruiting process has taken off in recent weeks as Forristall has embraced a position chance. As a result of that decision, his offer sheet has exploded.

"A year ago, I was playing quarterback," Forristall said. "Three months ago, I didn't have a single offer, so these past three months has been pretty fun. I'm excited about it all."


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