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Name: Charles Cross 
College: Mississippi State     Number: 67
Height: 6-5   Weight: 310
Position: OT  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rSo/2024

40 Low: 4.95
   40 Time: 5.06
  40 High: 5.15
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Height: 6051
Weight: 310

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: ARTC

 Charles Cross, Mississippi State, Player News


  SEPT 13 SEC OFFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: Charles Cross, Mississippi State,...Cross played 65 offensive snaps, including 51 in pass protection at left tackle...Led MSU's offensive line with a 73.6 overall grade from PFF. His 88.8 pass-blocking grade also led the team and ranked third in the SEC on the week...He did not allow a single pressure in the Bulldogs' win over Power 5 opponent NC State. - SEC Football

(DS#1 OT) rSo/2024 OT Charles CrossMississippi State
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  Mississippi State was picked by Southeastern Conference media to finish last in the SEC West, it was announced Friday morning. The Bulldogs, who finished 4-7 last season, were edged by Arkansas for the No. 6 spot in the division. The Razorbacks received 241 voting points, awarded on a 7-6-5-4-3-2-1 scale; MSU received 217. Offensive lineman Charles Cross was the Bulldogs' lone representative on the all-SEC teams, also announced Friday. Cross made the all-SEC third team, while no other MSU players cracked the list on offense, defense or special teams. - The Dispatch

(DS#1 OT) rSo/2024 OT Charles CrossMississippi State
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  2020 SEC ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM (COACHES): OL Charles Cross, Mississippi State,...Cross held down the starting position at left tackle during nine games this year. In his first career start, he was a part of an offensive line that protected K.J. Costello as he passed for an SEC and MSU record 623 yards and five touchdowns. The Laurel, Mississippi, native helped the State offense record four 400-yard performances. - Mississippi State Football

(DS#1 OT) rSo/2024 OT Charles CrossMississippi State
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  Like all of his Mississippi State teammates, Charles Cross is a Bulldog. But offensive line coach Mason Miller considers Cross to be a different breed. "He's a like a pit bull," Miller said. "When he gets his hands on you, he doesn't surrender." Cross is much bigger than either of the aforementioned canines. He's much bigger than he was when he arrived at Mississippi State as a five-star true freshman in 2019 too. The 6-5, 290-pound Laurel High School product isn't the same undersized, over-matched player he was a year ago. Cross played in three games during his redshirt season last year. His growth and development mentally and physically has him slated to start at the oh-so-important left tackle position when the 2020 season starts Sept. 26 at No. 6 LSU. "I'm ready for it," Cross said. "I've prepared myself to the best of my ability to do my job at the highest level."

Cross was the No. 1 player in the state of Mississippi in the class of 2019 according to 247Sports. He played in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio, Texas, as well as the Mississippi/Alabama All-Star Game. He was named a 2018 Clarion Ledger Dandy Dozen before he participated in either. College football is a different animal, but so is Cross. He's a pit bull, after all. "He has a great motor, and his feet are just as good as the guy who's going to be across from him," Jones said. "Charles has great upside. He's a great player. I'm excited to see him play this year." - The Clarion Ledger


(DS#1 OT) rSo/2024 OT Charles CrossMississippi State
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