Former MSU wide receiver De’Runnya Wilson killed

Ex-Mississippi State football player found dead in Alabama

Former MSU wide receiver De’Runnya Wilson killed

Incredibly sad news to report on Tuesday a sit was announced that former Mississippi State wide receiver De'Runnya Wilson was killed in a homicide, Birmingham, Ala. police confirmed.

"[Police] received information from a relative that the victim was unresponsive inside the home", Sgt. Johnny Williams said in a media statement.

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Investigators said Wilson's body was found by a relative but they not elaborated on how he died. "Now we are in homicide investigation mode and there are limited details on this investigation".

Nineteen of those touchdown passes were thrown by quarterback Dak Prescott, making the Dallas Cowboys star and Wilson the school's most prolific quarterback-receiver duo of all-time, the Mississippi Clarion Ledger reports.

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In 2014, Wilson had 47 catches for 680 yards and nine scores. He did not begin playing football until his senior season.

Wilson's 22 career receiving touchdowns are tied with teammate Fred Ross for the second-most in school history behind Chad Bumphis' 24 TD grabs.

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"In 2013, Wilson was one of five Wenonah High Dragons basketball players to take part in a 'Stop the Violence" public service announcement. Wilson declared for the NFL Draft following his final season at Mississippi State, but he went undrafted.

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