Mississippi State’s spring practices will include at least four new faces, as the Bulldogs announced they will have that many January enrollees, via Bob Carskadon of HailState.com.
Four January enrollees for @HailStateFB this semester to report: DB C.J. Morgan-Walker, DB Lashard Durr, TE Christian Roberson, DL Tre Brown
— Bob Carskadon (@bobcarskadon) January 14, 2016
C.J. Morgan-Walker is the No. 23-ranked player out of Louisiana — a cornerback from Parkway High School (Bossier City, La.) team that went 12-2 in its 2015 campaign.
Lashard Durr, a 5-foot-11, 190-pound corner out of Copiah-Lincoln Community College (Wesson, Miss.) by way of Harrison Central High School (Gulfport, Miss.), is ranked No. 7 in the nation at his position among junior college transfers.
Christian Roberson, the No. 36-ranked tight end in the country, helped lead his McEachern High School Indians (Powder Springs, Ga.) to a Region 4AAAAAA title as a senior before the team fell in the second round of the state playoffs.
Tre Brown, a 6-foot-4, 290-pound defensive tackle from Ackerman, Miss., committed to Mississippi State in July after a year at Copiah-Lincoln Community College. Brown is the No. 12-ranked defensive tackle in the nation among junior college transfers.
All four early enrollees are three-star recruits.
All ratings are rankings according to the 247Sports Composite.