One dangerous offensive transfer from each of Ole Miss Football's 2024 SEC schedule

Florida Gators running back Trevor Etienne (7) makes yards during first half action as Florida takes
Florida Gators running back Trevor Etienne (7) makes yards during first half action as Florida takes / Alan Youngblood/Gainesville Sun / USA

The SEC is the number one conference in college football, with a selection of the best offensive players. Ole Miss will be up against some of them in the 2024 season.

The Rebels have a favourable conference schedule this coming season. However, they will still need to keep the below transfer portal players quiet when they face their teams during the 2024 season.

Kentucky - Ja'Mori Maclin, WR

North Texas transfer Ja'Mori Maclin is a welcome addition to the Wildcats. Maclin, who held an offer from Ole Miss after entering the transfer portal, had a 1,000-yard season in 2023 while also catching 11 touchdowns. He will team up with wide receivers Barion Brown and Dane Key to form a talented receiver room.

South Carolina - Raheim Sanders, RB

South Carolina has lost a handful of talent to the NFL and transfer portal. It could be a struggle for Shane Beamer's team in 2024. However, they did grab one of the more talented running backs from the transfer portal. Arkansas running back transfer Raheim "Rocket" Sanders had a 2023 season plagued with injuries. A fresh start with the Gamecocks could get his college career back on track.

LSU - CJ Daniels, WR

The home of WRU, some would say, picked themselves one of the most productive receivers from the group of five. Liberty transfer CJ Daniels had himself a season with the Flames, helping his side to a top-25 rank. LSU lost Malik Nabers and Brian Thomas Jr to the NFL Draft. Daniels will add experience to the Tiger's offense.

Oklahoma - Jake Roberts, TE

Baylor transfer Jake Roberts heads to Oklahoma to team up with previous coordinator Seth Littrell, now the Sooner's offensive coordinator. Roberts has been productive over the last two seasons, especially as a pass catcher. With the Oklahoma tight end room wiped out, Roberts adds experience to a young group.

Arkansas - Ja'Quinden Jackson, RB

They may have lost a star running back in Arkansas, but they replaced him with a productive one from the previous Pac-12 team, Utah. Junior RB Ja'Quinden Jackson has a similar build to Sanders. However, he is more explosive and packs a punch. Last season Jackson rushed for 797 yards from 161 carries while also carrying a niggling injury. If he stays healthy for the 2024 season, he will be a danger to opponents.

Georgia - Trevor Etienne, RB

Head coach Kirby Smart has landed some offensive power from the transfer portal. Florida transfer Trevor Etienne is arguably the best. In his two seasons with the Gators, Etienne rushed for 1,482 yards while increasing his reception production in 2023. Despite his talent, he would be rotated in the Georgia backfield. However, there is no argument he is the number one running back on the roster.

Florida - Chimere Dike, WR

It's not been the best off-season for Florida head coach Billy Napier, with plenty of players leaving the program and flipping their commitments. Despite that, they did manage to bring in Wisconsin transfer Chimere Dike. On paper, Dike doesn't have eye-catching numbers. However, he has the potential to be an important target alongside second-year talent Eugene Wilson III.

Mississippi State - Kevin Coleman, WR

Since the arrival of new head coach Jeff Lebby, the Bulldogs have added tons of playmakers on both sides of the ball from the transfer portal. On offense, they have added players that will be influential in the way Lebby runs the passing offense. One of those players is Lousiville receiver Kevin Coleman, who was also the SWAC Freshman of the Year in 2022 with Jackson State. Coleman adds explosiveness and YAC ability to the offense.