Despite the Kentucky media frenzy onslaught, the 17-year-old Scotty Hopson says it all in this one simple statement - "Nothing has changed," when asked his thoughts about his commitment to Mississippi State, a commitment that has never waivered since he committed to State in late October.
July 13, 2007
<img src="http://www.genespage.com/images/highschool/football/2005/outlawderrick.jpg" align="left"> Starkville High School defensive end Derrick Outlaw (6-foot-3, 250, 4.9), one of the top players in the state of Mississippi, has really seen his recruitment pick up this spring.
May 21, 2004
<img src="http://www.genespage.com/images/highschool/football/2005/outlawderrick.jpg" align="left"> Derrick Outlaw (6-foot-3, 250, 4.9) is one of Mississippi's top defensive line prospects for the upcoming 2004 season. A MAC 2nd-team 5A All-State selection as well as a member of the All-Region 1-5A team, Derrick is receiving attention from several schools.
February 19, 2004
6-9 forward Lawrence Roberts has transferred to Mississippi State from Baylor. The Wooden Award candidate averaged 15.2 points and 10.4 rebounds per game as a sophomore. He visited Mississippi State over the weekend and had planned to visit to Arizona later this week and had thought about going to Indiana on a visit.
August 18, 2003
<img src="http://www.genespage.com/images/coaches/basketball/stansbury.jpg" align="left" width="126" height="160"> Mississippi State head basketball coach Rick Stansbury talked to the media during the SEC summer teleconference Friday morning.
July 18, 2003
Marvin Williams made his decision and it is off to Carolina for one of the nation's top prospects. Roy Williams and Lute Olson once again battled for a recruit and Williams came out on top by luring the talented combo-forward to his first Tar Heel recruiting class. Now Arizona has lost its No. 1 recruiting target, but in reality all is not lost and this announcement can actually benefit the UA in many ways.
July 4, 2003
There's no doubt that the NBA was able to put together the best recruiting class in the nation this year as David Stern's boys pillaged the high school ranks for five of our best players. However, when the smoke cleared in the college ranks, it was Florida State standing out as the big winner.
June 26, 2003