Carmon followed his mother's advice and enrolled at MGCCC. Earlier this week, Carmon -- the No. 7 junior college player in the country -- decided to stay a couple more years in the Magnolia State. The 6-foot-7, 365-pound defensive tackle committed to Mississippi State, picking the Bulldogs over Alabama, Ole Miss, Southern Miss, Penn State, South Florida, Tennessee, Memphis, and Coastal Carolina."It feels good because I never thought it would be like this," Carmon said. "Growing up in Baltimore, Maryland, a lot of kids don't get the chance to play in the SEC, the best conference in the country, for the next two years. But it really shocked me. It worked out well going to junior college and playing for my coach, Steve Campbell. It all worked out on the field."