Mississippi State has signed three-star quarterback Chason Virgil.

Virgil, who hails from Vesquite, TX, is 6ft-2 and 170lb, and is ranked 23rd in the nation in pro-style quarterbacks and 55th in the State of Texas.

“I called Coach (Brian) Johnson and I had already told him two days ago that I wanted to commit but I knew they were so busy earlier in the week. So he already knew why I was calling and he just asked me if I was ready to commit and I said ‘yes’,” he told 24-7Sports.com

“Then me and Coach (Dan) Mullen plan to talk tomorrow when he gets back in town. At first, they kinda wanted me to wait until I could talk more with Coach Mullen. But Coach Mullen gave Coach Johnson the go-ahead to accept my commitment. Coach Johnson said he was very excited and was glad it happened today.”

Mississippi State beat Arizona State, Clemson and Texas to Virgil’s commitment. In the SEC there was also attention from Auburn, Florida, Missouri, and Texas A&M, as well as Notre Dame, Clemson and UCLA among others.

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