"It was a good experience and a lot of hard work," King said. "There were a lot of competitors and everybody did pretty good."
King reports that the time he spent with the Mississippi State coaching staff was both educational and enjoyable.
"I learned a lot of things that I hadn't been taught," King said. "It's something I can take back to my school to my coaches and my teammates."
King has been on the road some this summer looking to elevate his stock as a college football prospect. To date, offer number one has remained elusive.
"So far, I just have schools looking at me," King said. "I don't have any offers yet, but I am hoping that all changes during the season."
East Coweta won eight games a year ago. King expects the team to build on those successes this fall.
"Our team is looking pretty good so far," King shared. "I believe we're going to be a better team this year and I think we have a chance to get to the Georgia Dome. I think we might be able to win the state championship if everybody keeps working hard."