"I feel like things went pretty good today," Guy said. "I worked out at receiver. I haven't really played that too much, because we have good receivers. I will play receiver a little this year, because our back up quarterback is a junior now. He's had some experience. I can play either quarterback or receiver now, just whatever coach needs me to do."
Guy caught pass after pass after pass in impressive fashion during today's drills. Before the day was over, just about every Mississippi State coach had their eyes on Guy.
"The coaches all said that I looked pretty good out here today at receiver," Guy said. "Coach (Billy) Gonzales asked me why I didn't come play receiver at (the three day) camp. My coach really wants me to play quarterback in high school, so I came here just trying to get better with all of that."
"Mississippi State sent me a camp letter in the mail a couple of months ago," Guy said. "I just decided to come and check it out. I just came to camp. I feel like this is probably going to help me with them."
Before heading for home, Guy had the chance to have some parting words with several Bulldog assistants including Deshea Townsend and Billy Gonzales.
"They told me that I looked pretty good," Guy said. "They told me that I looked pretty good as a quarterback, but they didn't think I could catch the ball like that. They put me out there and I just went and got it. I think it all went good."