A former Kentucky Wildcat will be an SEC foe in the near future.
Offensive lineman Sebastien Dolcine announced this afternoon he will play for Mississippi State in the 2020 football season.
Dolcine was the No. 31 offensive guard in the 2017 recruiting class when he committed to UK out of Miramar High School in Hollywood, Fl. A redshirt in his first season in Lexington, he chose to pursue other options after the 2018 season. Dolcine will be a member of the Bulldogs’ 2020 recruiting class after he completes a season at Copiah-Lincoln Community College.
“Hail State has a great program and the thing is, it is low key without any distractions,” Dolcine told 247 Sports. “They care about winning games and academics and that’s it. I don’t care for all of the flashy stuff and I just want to win games and they have the same mindset as I do.
“At first I was thinking differently but when Mississippi State came through and talked to me, I thought why not go back to the SEC and make a name for myself.”
Dolcine is not lying. There are ZERO distractions in Starkville, Mississippi.