Good News: Just In Mississippi State football Confirm The Another Major Boost With Commitment Of Another Top Highly Rated Star

**Mississippi State Football Adds Three More Commitments to 2025 Class**

Mississippi State football is gaining momentum on the recruiting front with three additional recruits committing to the 2025 class. The Bulldogs, who had five recruits pledge during a significant recruiting weekend on campus, continue to benefit from that event.

**3-Star Defensive Lineman Christopher Johnson Commits to Mississippi State**

Christopher Johnson, a 3-star defensive lineman, has become Mississippi State’s second defensive line commit for the 2025 class. The 6-foot-3, 255-pound prospect from Montgomery is rated as an 85 overall by 247 Sports, ranking 142nd among defensive linemen and 56th in Alabama. Johnson chose the Bulldogs over offers from West Virginia and East Carolina.

**3-Star Safety Lo’Kavion Jackson Commits to Mississippi State**

Adding to their secondary, Mississippi State secured a commitment from 6-foot, 197-pound safety Lo’Kavion Jackson from Lynn Haven, Florida. Jackson, rated as a 3-star prospect by Rivals, is the fourth defensive back to join the 2025 class. He selected Mississippi State over Miami and West Virginia.

**JUCO Edge Rusher Kevonte Henry Commits to Mississippi State**

The most notable recent addition is JUCO edge rusher Kevonte Henry from Cerritos College in California. Originally a 4-star prospect out of high school, Henry started his career at Oklahoma before transferring to Cerritos, where he recorded 43 tackles and 3.5 sacks in 2023. Rated as an 87 overall and 3-star transfer prospect by On3, Henry chose Mississippi State over Oregon State and Utah State.

**Continued Positive Recruiting Momentum**

With eight commitments since Saturday night, Mississippi State’s recruiting class has received a significant boost. The positive trend is likely to continue, as Jeff Lebby and his team are preparing for another major recruiting event focusing on in-state players this weekend. More commitments could be on the horizon by next week.

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