January 4, 2013; St. Petersburg, FL, USA;Team Highlight cornerback Vernon Hargreaves III (24) tackles Team Nitro wide receiver Laquon Tredwell (4) in the end zone during the first half at the Under Armour All-America high school game at Tropicana Field. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Ole Miss Football: Prospect Review: Laquon Treadwell

Laquon Treadwell

Wide Receiver

Crete-Monee High School (Crete, Ill.)

6’3 195 Lbs.


Rivals: 5-star (No. 5 overall)

Scout: 5-star

ESPN: 4-star (No. 19 overall)

247: 5-star


Chose Ole Miss over Oklahoma and Oklahoma State.

Treadwell also had offers from Alabama, Clemson, Florida, Michigan, Notre Dame, Ohio State and USC among others.

Committed to Ole Miss on Jan. 17, 2013.


Possible playing time in 2013: Ole Miss returns every lettering wide receiver from last season’s team minus Philander Moore who was dismissed from the team earlier this month. Despite this, Treadwell will see a lot of playing time in the upcoming season and could very well start by midseason opposite Donte Moncrief. He is too talented to keep off the field and he should overtake Ja-Mes Logan’s starting job in a reasonable allotment of time.


Wrap-up: A tall, fast, physical prospect, Treadwell was the most coveted receiver in the country. His routes are clean and he uses his physical tools to separate himself from his peers.If Hugh Freeze could create a prototype receiver for his system it is Treadwell. An NFL-bound receiver, Treadwell can step in to the Ole Miss program and make a huge impact. Needless to say, with Moncrief, Treadwell, Logan, Sanders and the running back stable, it would be hard not to smile if you are Bo Wallace.

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