Just when you thought it was safe to put away your cowbell, Mississippi State has just received three more major commitments – both on the attacking side of the ball.

First of all, four-star running back Kailo Moore, who hails from Rosedale, Mississippi, opted to play for Dan Mullen’s 2013 class. Moore ran for nearly 1,500 yards and 19 touchdowns for West Bolivar, and he’s got frightening speed. He’s Rivals’ No.12 running back in the nation, and the second in the state.

To make matters worse for in-state rival Ole Miss, he originally committed to play for the Rebels, but decided to go to Starkville instead. He also received offers from Alabama and Vanderbilt- according to Rivals.

“It feels good to be back over here, its been a while since I’ve been here,” said Moore. “It is just the love that I feel when I’m here. The coaches are always happy to see me. And the fans are always glad to see me and wanting me to come here.”

Also added was three-star wide receiver DeAndre Woods from Pinson, Alabama, ranked as the 15th WR in the state. According to Rivals, he’d been offered by Arkansas, Auburn and Vanderbilt- among a slew of others.

But that wasn’t all for Mullen’s men on an incredible day for the Bulldogs.

Three-star athlete Gabe Myles – father of former Bulldogs player Eddie – also made a commitment. He had been a high-performing quarterback in his Starkville high school, but according to reports, he’ll probably play defensively in college.

Again, Ole Miss had made him an offer.

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