Freeze is Rolling with New Recruits


Since being hired for the head coaching job at Ole Miss, Hugh Freeze is getting off to a fast start.  Over the winter break he brought in a new coaching staff for the Rebel faithful to be pleased with.  Now he is moving to the players of both Community Colleges and Freshman coming in from High School.  The biggest obstacle standing in Freeze’s way is winning the recruiting battle over rival Dan Mullen (Mississippi State).  Restoring faith in the Rebel fans starts with recruiting which was a problem with last coach Houston Nutt.

National Signing Day is vastly approaching and with only six days left Freeze is bringing in some big name commitments to the Rebels.  Signing day is February 1st, but her are a list of Ole Miss Commitments looking to join our home.

Bo Wallace (QB)

Transfer from East Mississippi Community College

6’5″ 210 Pounds

First Team All American

National Offensive Player of the Year (2011)

3 Stars on

3 Stars on

Set NJCAA Single Season Record For:

-Passing Yards (4,604)

-Total Yards (4,810)

-Touchdown Passes (53)

2011 NJCAA National Champion

Pierce Burton (OT)

Transfer From San Francisco

6’7″ 290 Pounds

3 Stars on

3 Stars on

JC Gridwire National Champion

Probable Starter in Place of Bradley Sowell

Darone Bailey (OG)

Transfer from Coahoma Commuinty College

6’6″ 315 Pounds

3 Stars on

2 Stars on

MAJCC All State Honors

Decommitted from Kentucky and Committed to Ole Miss

Dehendret Collins (CB)

Transfer from Copiah-Lincoln Community College

5’11” 175 Pounds

3 Stars on

2 Stars on

JUCO All-American Honors with:

-11 Pass Breakups

-6 Interceptions

Decomitted From Louisiana Tech and Committed to Ole Miss

Robert Conyers (OT)

High School Commitment

6’5″ 280 Pounds

3 Stars on

3 Stars on

From Braddock, Florida

Channing Ward (DE)

High School Commitment

6’4″ 255 Pounds

4 Stars on

5 Stars on

Considered Top Player in Mississippi

From Aberdeen, Mississippi

With the additions of Bo Wallace and Channing Ward, whose older brother Taurus Ward also plays for Ole Miss, the Rebels should begin to show great signs of improvement using Freeze’s up tempo type offense.  With the way things are shaping up, Signing Day looks to be a good day for Ole Miss.

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