Former Penn State quarterback may join MSU

Quarterback Tommy Stevens runs against Michigan during his days at Penn State.

Perhaps Mississippi State’s next starting quarterback was on campus for a visit late last week.

Former Penn State signal caller Tommy Stevens was reportedly in Starkville this past Wednesday and Thursday to visit MSU head coach Joe Moorhead and the Bulldogs. Stevens, who is a graduate transfer with one year of eligibility remaining, would be an option to start for State immediately should he elect to become a Bulldog.

MSU is the fourth school Stevens has visited since he announced he’d depart Penn State. Stevens has also taken visits to Kentucky, Illinois and Miami of Ohio. However, according to 247Sports, Mississippi State is the frontrunner to land the services of the 6-foot-5, 240-pound dual-threat quarterback.

For more on the possibility of Stevens joining the Bulldogs, see Monday's Starkville Daily News.

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