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Collins Prepared to Prove Himself

The Mississippi State Bulldogs began the first spring practice of the Dan Mullen era this week. Several of the state's top prospects have stopped by to check up on the Bulldogs early progress. One prospect, Jeremy Collins, has his sights set on a chance to play quarterback at the next level. Over the course of the last few weeks, Jeremy has talked with two schools about his options with them.

Jeremy Collins profile On the first day of full pads, Jeremy was able to look on from the sidelines as the Bulldogs worked on installing a new system. "They looked pretty good," said Collins. "Everybody is still getting to know the plays, so there is still a little of confusion. It looked pretty good though." Jeremy, who also attended MSU's junior day, had the chance to share the experience...

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