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February 7, 2012

Now that National Signing Day has come and gone, recruiting junkies only have one thing left to do: wonder. 

 

Now that National Signing Day has come and gone, recruiting junkies only have one thing left to do: wonder. 

Those wonderers will sit around and ask themselves if Hugh Freeze’s recruiting class was good enough or if it will be something that ruins his career at Ole Miss, much like it did Houston Nutt.

February 3, 2012

Quarterback

Signees: Bo Wallace, Maikhail Miller (Greyshirt from last year’s class)

Grade: C+

Ole Miss failed to sign a true high school quarterback in this class, but brought in the NJCAA Offensive Player of the Year in Bo Wallace who has three years of eligibility left. Miller greyshirted from the 2011 class and enrolled in January. He’s a developmental player who will need time before competing for the starting job. Wallace should immediately compete for the starting job, but it hurt to not land either Anthony Alford or Jeremy Liggins, who committed to Southern Miss and LSU, respectively.

Quarterback

Signees: Bo Wallace, Maikhail Miller (Greyshirt from last year’s class)

Grade: C+

January 31, 2012

Monday night at Irie on the Square, Lafayette High School quarterback and Oxford native Jeremy Liggins stood up and faced a capacity crowd with five helmets of college teams on the table. Those five helmets represented Alabama, LSU, Ole Miss, Mississippi State and Auburn. Quickly, Liggins reached out and grabbed the LSU helmet, saying simply, “Go Tigers, baby.”

Monday night at Irie on the Square, Lafayette High School quarterback and Oxford native Jeremy Liggins stood up and faced a capacity crowd with five helmets of college teams on the table. Those five helmets represented Alabama, LSU, Ole Miss, Mississippi State and Auburn. Quickly, Liggins reached out and grabbed the LSU helmet, saying simply, “Go Tigers, baby.”

For many, the thought of Liggins choosing a school other than Ole Miss on the Oxford Square seemed strange, but the 6’4,” 275-pound quarterback said that wasn’t really the case.

January 26, 2012

With signing day less than a week away, The Daily Mississippian’s Bennett Hipp gives a few of the prospects that are still being pursued by Ole Miss. This isn’t an inclusive list, and names are listed alphabetically.

With signing day less than a week away, The Daily Mississippian’s Bennett Hipp gives a few of the prospects that are still being pursued by Ole Miss. This isn’t an inclusive list, and names are listed alphabetically.

Richie Brown

Linebacker

Long Beach

Scout.com: 3 Stars

Rivals.com: 4 Stars

Vitals: 6’2,” 228 pounds

August 31, 2011

With the prospects in the 2012 recruiting class having completed summer camp season and starting their senior year, it’s time to take a look at how Ole Miss is doing so far for those 2012 prospects. Bennett Hipp, jbhipp@olemiss.edu, recaps the Rebels’ ten commitments so far. Remember, these prospects cannot sign until February 2012.

Ben Still
Offensive Lineman
Memphis University School
Scout.com:  3 Stars
Rivals.com: 3 Stars
Vitals: 6’4,” 270 pounds
Still was the first commitment the Rebels received for the 2012 class as he committed April 21. At his current size, he projects to play at guard at the next level and should be a good one. In addition to Ole Miss, Still claims offers from Tulane and Memphis.

July 5, 2011

 

With the prospects in the 2012 recruiting class halfway through the summer camp season, it’s time to take a look at the next incoming recruiting class. The Rebels have picked up seven commitments so far. Remember, these prospects cannot sign until National Signing Day in February 2012.

 

Ben Still

Offensive Lineman

Memphis University School

Scout.com: 

Rivals.com: 

Vitals: 6’4,” 270 pounds

September 23, 2010

Many teams in Mississippi 4A high school football have faced a tough task when taking on Lafayette High School. They have had to try stopping junior quarterback Jeremy Liggins. 

 

Many teams in Mississippi 4A high school football have faced a tough task when taking on Lafayette High School. They have had to try stopping junior quarterback Jeremy Liggins.