Logan Tanner got a run back for Mississippi State with a sacrifice fly in the fourth, then in the fifth, Forsythe evened things up with his first career homer – an opposite-field shot over the right field wall. It was the latest indication this strong defender also can hit a little bit, too. "Right now at the plate, I'm just trying to stay loose and try to stay locked in on every pitch I get and just be as loose as I can be and not really think too much when I step in the box," Forsythe said.
JONATHAN ADAMS JR. | Arkansas State | WO | #9 | SR | 6030 | 209 | 4.59 | Jonesboro, AR | Jonesboro | 01.21.99 Overview: Of all the under the radar receivers in the 2021 NFL Draft, Jonathan Adams Jr. is the most impressive. Adam's size is the first thing that stands out when studying him. He can use his body to shield defenders away from the ball.