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National Signing Day 2016 is now less than nine months away, and many SEC recruiting classes are beginning to take shape. Where should Ole Miss be looking for talent between now and February?
C.J. Johnson is moving from defensive end back to middle linebacker, the position he played as a four-star prospect in high school. So how's the transition coming this offseason? Take a look.
Spring ball is in the books, and we're projecting the depth charts of all 14 SEC teams as we anxiously look ahead to the fall. Take a look at the depth on the Ole Miss roster.
Ole Miss has talent, but it also must transition in a few areas if it's to build off last year's nine-win success. With that in mind, here are the Rebels biggest strengths and weaknesses after spring ball.
New technology being introduced inside Vaught-Hemingway Stadium this fall should take in-game concussion detection to a new level.
Mike Hilton may not be the most talented member of this year's Ole Miss defense, but the Chucky Mullins Courage Award winner may still be the most important member of the unit.
How well do you know the history of Ole Miss football? We've got ten questions to test your historical knowledge of the Ole Miss Rebels.
Although potential Ole Miss starting QB Chad Kelly is viewed as a bit of a pariah, there's no denying this kid has some serious skills...film time.
The SEC's reigning interceptions leader Senquez Golson is headed to the Pittsburgh Steelers as the SEC's eighth second-round selection.
Even after losing two All-Americans in their secondary, the Ole Miss Rebels feel confident about the back-end of their defense thanks to a pair of junior college transfers.
The Ole Miss Rebels have produced 17 NFL Draft picks in the last 10 years, including four first-round selections. Check out all the Rebels recent draftees in this draft rewind.
Hugh Freeze says redshirt sophomore Ryan Buchanan has the edge at quarterback, but JUCO transfer Chad Kelly has an opportunity to seize the spot during fall practice.
All eyes in Oxford, Miss., remain focused on the ongoing competition for the starting quarterback job, but the Rebels' rushing attack will be just as vital to their success in 2015.
With Laquon Treadwell still rehabbing a leg injury and Damarkus Lodge and Van Jefferson yet to arrive on campus, Ole Miss' other receivers proved the Rebels have plenty of depth at the position.
Tee Shepard has played his entire career without the ability to hear, but after years of compensating he can finally hear a whistle blow on the field.
Robert Nkemdiche is entering his third and likely final year as an Ole Miss Rebel. He's in need of a big 2015 season, and he's likely to have one.
Ole Miss has, perhaps, the most talented defensive line in the country. So why does one of the least productive players receive all the publicity?
Now that Ole Miss has closed the book on its spring practice season, we're looking back to see if the Rebels achieved what they needed to this spring.
Check out what Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze had to say following his team's showing in the annual Grove Bowl to conclude spring practice.
All eyes were on the three quarterbacks competing for Ole Miss' starting job this fall when the Rebels took the field for the annual Grove Bowl on Saturday.