Ole Miss added another transfer commitment on Friday with a pledge from former Southern Illinois wide receiver Izaiah Hartrup.

A 6-footer from Missouri, Hartrup comes to Oxford after spending 4 seasons with Southern Illinois. He was the team’s leading receiver in 2023 and has 2 years of eligibility remaining.

Hartrup had previously been committed to Ohio, but backed off that pledge on Wednesday.

Hartrup played in 10 games as a true freshman in 2020 and then entered the starting lineup on a full-time basis the following season. Across 13 games in 2021, he brought in 43 receptions for 502 yards and 3 scores.

He was limited to just 1 game in 2022 because of an injury, but bounced back in a major way last fall. In 13 games, he brought in 51 catches for 706 yards and 6 touchdowns.

He’s the third receiver to transfer to Ole Miss so far this offseason, joining Antwane Wells Jr. (South Carolina) and Devin Price (FAU). The group was already loaded, and coach Lane Kiffin continues to stockpile depth ahead of the 2024 season.

Tre Harris is the leader in the room, returning after a 985-yard, 8-touchdown campaign in 2023. Jordan Watkins is also back. Between the 2 of them, Jaxson Dart has more than 100 completions returning in 2024. Wells is another game-breaker.

Inside the Rebels reported that Marquis Willis — a JUCO signee from Coahoma C.C. in Clarksdale — is in a situation to monitor going forward, calling his status “blurry.”

The Rebels had a top-25 offense last season by points and per-play efficiency. With the moves made this offseason and the pieces returning, another strong year is all but likely. Ole Miss has the third-shortest odds to win the SEC title at ESPN Bet (+600) with its win total set at 9.5.