Miss. State loses ESPN Jr. 300 DT Moton

January, 10, 2014
Jan 10
12:17
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ESPN Junior 300 defensive tackle T.D. Moton (Baton Rouge, La./Woodlawn) has backed off his commitment to Mississippi State, he confirmed via text message.

The 6-foot-4, 310-pound interior defensive lineman, who had been committed to Mississippi State since November, later sent out a Tweet regarding his decision.



Moton, the No. 50-ranked player in 2015, said he is now considering Alabama, LSU, Florida State, Ole Miss and Florida and has no time frame to narrow down his choices.

As for Mississippi State, the Bulldogs are still off to a good start for their 2015 class. They have five commitments including a commitment from ESPN Junior 300 outside linebacker Timothy Washington (Yazoo City, Miss./Yazoo City).

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