Published December 25, 2013 - 4:00pmNEW: Follow on facebook -
Besides perhaps Auburn’s top-quality group and Tennessee’s enormous one, nobody in the SEC has a better batch of early enrollees planning to be on campus than Ole Miss does. The Rebels have a great crop of junior college and high school kids willing to come in January–led by prep DB C.J. Hampton, who opted to stay with Ole Miss after flirting with Alabama last week.
Former North Carolina recruit Marquis Haynes is now on board after being at Fork Union Military Academy this past fall. And future quarterback Kendrick Doss is planning to be on campus in the spring too, just in time for spring drills.
|Fahn Cooper||OL||Glen Ellyn, IL||College of DuPage||6’5″||315|
|Kendrick Doss||QB||Florence, AL||Florence||6’2″||218|
|C.J. Hampton||DB||Meridian, MS||Meridian||6’2″||196|
|Marquis Haynes||DE||Jacksonville, FL||University Christian||6’3″||225|
|Jeremy Liggins||ATH||Senatobia, MS||Northwest Mississippi CC||6’3″||270|
|Christian Russell||LB||Scooba, MS||East Mississippi C.C.||6’0″||240|