Damore’ea Stringfellow – Junior
Stringfellow began his college football career at the University of Washington in 2013, starting 12 of the 13 games that season as a freshman. Stringfellow was later removed from the Washington football team due to a misdemeanor assault charge.
Stringfellow then transferred to the University of Mississippi in 2014. Stringfellow sat out the 2014 season due to NCAA rules, and made his debut in 2015.
Stringfellow was special on the field opposite of Treadwell. The 6’1″ receiver started 5 games for the Rebels, but played in 12. In 12 games, Stringfellow had 36 catches for 503 yards with 5 touchdowns.
Damore’ea is still recovering from an ankle injury, so he has been limited in spring practice with the team.
Stringfellow should have a breakout season if he returns 100% healthy. I expect the receiver to make a run at a 1st-round pick in the 2017 NFL draft. The Rebels continue to add to their plethora of receivers.
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