Early Enrollees: A Pair of Defensive Ends
Ryder Anderson @ryderanderson10
Ole Miss adds some long depth on the defensive line. Anderson comes to Ole Miss rated a three star recruit by most recruiting services. His commitment was kind of a steal. He was previously committed to Arkansas. However, Winters de-committed from them and committed to us on the same day.
Look for him to possibly redshirt his first season. He has the raw potential to turn into a key cog on the defensive line. His height and arm length makes for a difficult match up if he learns to use it well. He will benefit from spending one year watching Marquis Haynes rush the quarterback for his final season.
Markel Winters @That_Guy_Kelzz
Tallahassee, FL (Jones County JC)
Markel Winters had a great season at Jones County Junior College. In nine games he recorded 16 sacks. That’s impressive regardless of level of competition. Ole Miss could definitely use that type of pass rusher. Only Vanderbilt ranked behind Ole Miss with total team sacks. Winters’ presence could vastly improve that statistics.
Winter could find himself in the early rotation on the defensive line. The Rebels like the flexibility of switching players in and out of the line. If Winters comes in at make good use of the weight room and work on improving his technique he should find himself on the field early.