The 45 Most Valuable Rebels of 2014: No. 19 Quincy Adeboyejo


The 2014 Ole Miss football season is just around the corner. Now that we have hit the 45 day mark until kickoff, we are going to countdown the most valuable Rebel players this season. Their rankings are based on their positions and how much of an impact they will bring to the table. Today on the countdown is…

2013 Season: Quincy Adeboyejo played in every game last season and started in two. He finished his 2013 season with seven catches for 81 yards and recorded a touchdown on the season. Against Vanderbilt, Quincy made his college debut on special teams. In the game against Southeast Missouri, he made his first career start at wide receiver and caught one pass for 6 yards. Against Texas A&M, Quincy caught a career-high three catches for 33 yards. In the win over LSU, he caught one pass for 2 yards. Against Troy, Quincy caught a 24-yard touchdown pass from Bo Wallace for his first career score. In the Music City Bowl win over Georgia Tech, Quincy caught one pass for 16 yards.

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The Value: Since Laquon Tredwell will be replacing Donte Moncrief on the outside, Quincy Adeboyejo is expected to start more in the slot receiver role. This will be the guy Bo Wallace will primarily look for in getting those extra yards for a first down. So, we can agree Adeboyejo’s role on the Rebel offense will be very important. I expect Quincy Adeboyejo to get more starts this season and could have the potential to rack up some serious numbers this upcoming season.