One of the prized-jewels from the 2013 recruiting class, Laquon Treadwell made an impact from day one at Ole Miss. From the first game against Vanderbilt, the monster receiver was making one-handed snags and making fans flutter.
Despite being such a great receiver, he was an even better blocker. The first-round draft pick would have broken multiple records at Ole Miss if he had stayed healthy in 2014.
The leg injury in October 2014 really hindered his career statistics.
Treadwell helped lead the Rebels to a Sugar Bowl victory in his final game as a Rebel. That game alone could boost him to the #1 position in the ranking to some fans.
MegaQuon never took plays off, which is something that could be said for a lot of high profile players. He was the first to every practice and the last to leave. Treadwell is beginning his career in the NFL with the Minnesota Vikings this year.
His best game came in a loss against the Memphis Tigers. He had 14 receptions for 144 yards and a touchdown. He holds the record for the most receptions by a Ole Miss receiver in Rebel history.
In his first career game against Vanderbilt, Treadwell had nine receptions for 82 yards, a glimpse into the future of Ole Miss football.
In an Egg Bowl loss to Mississippi State, Treadwell caught nine passes for 57 yards. In 2015 he would play in his first Egg Bowl victory as a Rebel.
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