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Mississippi State DB Cameron Dantzler will be playing on Sundays next season.
In a tweet, Dantzler stated that he has decided to forgo his senior season at Mississippi State and enter the 2020 NFL draft.
God has a plan for me. I want to thank everyone for the success I have had a Mississippi state. I want to thank my teammates, the coaches, and the best fans in the world for this wonderful journey. I will never forget the fun times we had. #HailState pic.twitter.com/a1bjDaCAUx
— Cam Dantzler (@camdantzler3) December 6, 2019
In 35 career games at Mississippi State, the 6’2 185-pound DB finished with 108 total tackles, 25 passes defended and 5 interceptions.
A recent CBS Sports mock draft has Dantzler going 43rd overall to the Jacksonville Jaguars, but the Louisiana native could wind up hearing his name called in the first round.
Dantzler’s teammate, junior RB Kylin Hill, has yet to announce his 2020 plans after finishing the 2019 regular season as the SEC’s leading rusher with 1,347 yards and 10 TDs.
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