Marquel Harrell dropped Ole Miss this week, but the sky is hardly falling on the Rebels. The program still maintains three commitments and is about to take on a boatload more.
One of the big reasons the program isn’t spooked by losing a commitment is because it has prospects like Rawleigh Williams III out of Dallas. The running back is an underrated gem in this class, and has rushed for more than 2,200 yards in his young career, while adding 25 career touchdowns. He also has proven he can catch the ball out of the backfield. He has told Saturday Down South repeatedly that he’s in love with the Rebels’ program.
“It was a great feeling to see my future school doing big things last year,” Williams told SDS. “They’re only going to get better. The coaches are working their butts off and the players have bought into the program and are giving it their all.”
Below is a look at the 2015 Ole Miss class.
EDITOR’S NOTE: All rankings, team or individual, are based on composite rankings from 247Sports.com.
|NAT RANK||RECRUIT||HIGH SCHOOL/HOMETOWN||STAR||POS||WGT||WGT|
|236||Willie Hibbler||North Panola (Sardis, MS)||4||ATH||6’5”||220|
|580||Rawleigh Williams III||Bishop Lynch (Dallas, TX)||3||RB||5’10”||195|
|805||Fred Walls||Olive Branch (Olive Branch, MS)||3||LB||6’1”||220|