Lane Kiffin may have just found his starting tight end for next season.

Ole Miss just landed a commitment from Temple graduate transfer Kenny Yeboah, who will be eligible immediately next season in Oxford.

The 6-foot-5, 230-pound Yeboah comes to Ole Miss after catching 47 passes for 538 yards and six touchdowns during his career with Temple. Yeboah was planning on joining the Baylor program but after head coach Matt Rhule left for the Carolina Panthers, Yeboah called an audible on his decision.

However, according to Yeboah, Coach Rhule leaving the Bears did not affect his final decision to not attend Baylor.

Either way, Ole Miss now has the staff’s chosen tight end moving forward as the program transitions from Rich Rodriguez’s offensive system to the system currently being implemented by new offensive coordinator Jeff Lebby.