QB Van Buren devotes to play for Mississippi St

  • Tom VanHaaren, ESPN Personnel WriterDec 10, 2023, 05:42 PM ET Close ESPN personnel author Signed up with ESPN in 2011

  • Finished from Central Michigan

New coach Jeff Lebby made a big splash on the recruiting path Sunday when ESPN 300 quarterback Michael Van Buren announced his dedication to Mississippi State.Van Buren is the

No. 57 prospect total and a 6-foot, 190-pound quarterback from St. Frances Academy in Baltimore, Maryland. He’s the No. 4 pocket-passing quarterback in the class and recently decommitted from Oregon.His commitment gives Lebby and his personnel 4 ESPN 300 recruits with athlete Mario Carver, defensive lineman Terrance Hibbler and professional athlete J.J. Harrell.Editor’s Picks Van Buren’s dedication also gives Mississippi State 2 inbound quarterbacks this offseason

with Baylor transfer Blake Shapen announcing his transfer to the program Dec. 8. Lebby took the head-coaching job after leaving Oklahoma as the offending planner where his offense with quarterback Dillon Gabriel ranked No. 5 in overall lawns per game and No. 6 in pass yards per game.Adding 2 quarterbacks was important as this season’s starting quarterback, Will Rogers, entered the transfer website Nov. 27. With Van Buren announcing a dedication, there is one staying uncommitted quarterback with Josh Flowers out of Mobile, Alabama, still on the board.

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