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Lawrence County’s KeyShawn Feazell signs with Bulldogs

Photo by Jana Harp/Lawrence County power forward KeyShawn Feazell (center) is surrounded by family and his coach Wednesday as he signs with Mississippi State. Lawrence County Athletic Director Cory Keyes said Feazell has racked up many accomplishments while at LCHS, including 2016-2017 Dandy Dozen, 2016 Hot Bed Classic MVP, 2016 MHSAA Region VI District 4A MVP, Rumble in the South MVP, No. 3 player in the state rankings, Powerade All-American Lineage of Champions MVP, ESPN Ranked 45 power forward in the nation, 2015 Nike Elite Top 100 player in nation, 2015 Bay High Christmas Tournament All Tournament, 2015 Super Sophomore selection, 2015 ESPN ranked 29th power forward regional, 2015 and 2016 Lawrence County High Best Offense and 2015 and 2016 Lawrence County High School Glass Eater Award.

Photo by Jana Harp/Lawrence County power forward KeyShawn Feazell (center) is surrounded by family and his coach Wednesday as he signs with Mississippi State. Lawrence County Athletic Director Cory Keyes said Feazell has racked up many accomplishments while at LCHS, including 2016-2017 Dandy Dozen, 2016 Hot Bed Classic MVP, 2016 MHSAA Region VI District 4A MVP, Rumble in the South MVP, No. 3 player in the state rankings, Powerade All-American Lineage of Champions MVP, ESPN Ranked 45 power forward in the nation, 2015 Nike Elite Top 100 player in nation, 2015 Bay High Christmas Tournament All Tournament, 2015 Super Sophomore selection, 2015 ESPN ranked 29th power forward regional, 2015 and 2016 Lawrence County High Best Offense and 2015 and 2016 Lawrence County High School Glass Eater Award.

Lawrence County three-star power forward KeyShawn Feazell signed with Mississippi State Wednesday after flipping his commitment from Iowa State.

The 6-foot-8, 225-pounder also had offers from Alabama, Alcorn State, Baylor, Ole Miss and Pittsburgh.

Coach Ben Howland also landed the commitment of Lafayette, Alabama four-star power ward Garrison Brooks which boosted the Bulldogs to 16th nationally according to 247Sports.com.

“KeyShawn Feazell, another local product from Mississippi down in Lawrence County, is going to be a very good player for us,” Howland said. “He’s really a phenomenal athlete. His hands are the biggest hands I think of any player I have ever coached at 6-foot-8.”

Feazell averaged 17.3 points and 8.6 rebounds and made 22 3-pointers as a junior.