• #201 by jbcarol on 08 Jan 2017

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    3-star wide receiver RJ Sneed announced that he would be decommitting from the Rebels and committing to Baylor. Sneeds decommitment comes after the Rebels lost wide receivers coach Matt Lubick to Baylor as well. Lubick will be the Bears co-offensive coordinator.

  • #202 by jbcarol on 08 Jan 2017
  •  Will Sammon ‏@WillSammon 16h16 hours ago

    Ole Miss' 2017 class is now ranked No. 48 after wide receiver RJ Sneed flips to Baylor.
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  • #204 by jbcarol on 18 Jan 2017

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    Tyrese Fryfogle, a wide receiver from Georgia County (Lucedale, Miss.) High, committed to Indiana on Tuesday, choosing the Hoosiers over in-state Ole Miss.

  • #205 by Dropkick on 18 Jan 2017
  • Wow, losing recruits to Minnesota and Indiana. Money must have really dried up at OM.
  • #206 by jbcarol on 27 Jan 2017
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    Gray had a whole host of SEC options to choose from on National Signing Day with a top five that included Auburn, Florida and South Carolina in addition to Ole Miss, where he committed.

    All four SEC schools, as well as Florida State and Memphis, the other two schools that factored into his final decision, were barely separated in a lot of aspects for Gray. Ultimately, it came down to comfort with the coaching staff and the family feeling that he got at Ole Miss.

    The family, Gray said. The school itself, the people thats at the school, the team, theyre so open, they treat you like family. The coaching staff is just unbelievable.
  • #210 by jbcarol on 09 Feb 2017
  • #211 by jbcarol on 14 Feb 2017

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    Ole Miss went from signing the No. 5 class in the country last year to finishing No. 30 for 2017. You can assign at least a chunk of the blame to the ongoing NCAA investigation.

    After all, thats what coach Hugh Freeze did, calling his incoming class a penalty, to be under the cloud that were under. The Rebels signed three blue-chip prospects during the cycle and finished better than just two SEC schools in the final rankings

    2018 class gives the Rebels a chance to rebound. But as long as the NCAA drags this investigation out, rival schools will be able to use that as a recruiting weapon against the program. Freeze and his staff will have difficulty escaping that shadow. The only way to do that is to show, honestly and truly, that Ole Miss is committed to cleaning up its image.
  • #212 by jbcarol on 07 Mar 2017
  • #213 by jbcarol on 11 Mar 2017

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    Recruiting will be made even more challenging this year for Ole Miss, as Hugh Freezes program copes with the fallout from an offseason scandal for which the Rebels imposed a one-year postseason ban with other potential NCAA sanctions coming

    Ole Miss joins Missouri as they only two SEC teams that are not yet mentioned in the 247Sports composite rankings.

    Ole Miss is still in search of its first hard commit.

    Ole Miss was the first Power 5 program to offer 4-star running back Tony St. Julien (Vinton, La.) a scholarship. St. Julien is the No. 13 overall running back coming out of high school and has been clocked at 4.4 seconds in the 40-yard dash, according to 247Sports.
  • #214 by jbcarol on 22 Mar 2017

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    When it comes to his recruitment, it's a family divided for Tupelo's senior linebacker Jett Johnson. His mother is a graduate of Ole Miss, his father, Mississippi State. Both schools are the frontrunners in Johnson's recruitment process.

    Growing up Johnson remembers making the drive from Tupelo out to Starkville with his dad

    Although his childhood was spent in Starkville, Johnson is being careful not to allow that to influence his choice. The biggest impact on his decision are the "top three factors"

    Whether Johnson suits up in Rebel red or Bulldog maroon in 2018, it's a decision he's thankful to have.

    "Growing up watching these guys and now having the opportunity to go play SEC football is a surreal feeling and definitely a blessing," Johnson said.
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    Rebels landed their first commitment of the 2018 cycle in defensive tackle Quentin Bivens.

    Bivens is unranked in the 247Sports Composite rankings and hails from Wayne County, Mississippi.

  • #216 by jbcarol on 21 May 2017

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    A 3-star prospect from Fairburn, Ga.
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    Demarcus Gregory, a 3-star wide receiver in the Class of 2018 from Byrnes in Duncan, S.C., committed to Mississippi...

    Byrnes also had offers from other SEC schools including Florida, Tennessee, Mississippi State, Arkansas, Kentucky, Missouri, and his home state school, South Carolina.

    Gregory becomes the fifth commitment for Ole Miss 2018 recruiting class.
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  • #221 by jbcarol on 21 Jul 2017

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    "I don't know if anything is going to change," Hess, a defensive bacak [sic] at Vestavia Hills, said of his commitment to Ole Miss football. "For now, I'm going to stay focused, still honor my commitment. Keep working hard and keep praying about everything."

    Hess was recruited at Ole Miss by Bradley Dale Peveto, Ole Miss assistant football coach/linebackers and special teams.

    Hess is ranked No. 43 on the 247Sports composite rankings of the Class of 2018 in the state of Alabama. He's also one of two Birmingham-area high school football players committed to Ole Miss football. The other is Huffman defensive lineman Allen Love.

    Ironically, Hess and his parents traveled to Oxford, Mississippi, last weekend for an official visit. His parents met Freeze in person for the first time and toured the facilities. They liked it.
  • #222 by jbcarol on 21 Jul 2017
  •  Annie Costabile‏ @AnnieCostabile 11h11 hours ago

    Have already heard from multiple HS coaches who say Freeze's resignation changes things for their players. Decommitments expected.
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