Ole Miss loses commitment from talented 2021 defensive tackle out of Georgia
Ole Miss got some bad news on the recruiting trails on Thursday morning, when 3-star class of 2021 defensive tackle Devin Lee has announced that he’s decommitting from the program.
Lee revealed the news on Thursday morning on Twitter:
All love 🔴🔵 pic.twitter.com/7MrLNQAahR
— Devin Lee🦍 (@devlee03) December 3, 2020
Lee initially committed to Ole Miss on Oct. 21. Lee selected Ole Miss over offers from Mississippi State, Virginia Tech, Duke, Vanderbilt and NC State.
The 6-foot-3, 285-pound Lee is a native of McDonough, Georgia. Lee is rated as the No. 60 prospect in Georgia and the nation’s No. 48 ranked defensive tackle, according to 247Sports. Lee amassed 26.0 tackles for loss (17.0 sacks) and 53 total tackles during his junior year at Ola High School, according to Sports Illustrated.
Ole Miss is currently ranked 73rd nationally and 13th in the SEC for its class of 2021 recruits, according to 247Sports. Ole Miss has 3 4-star commitments and 7 3-star commitments, as well as a JUCO transfer commitment.
Ole Miss is 4-4 in Lane Kiffin’s first season at the helm and is coming off a 31-24 victory vs. rival Mississippi State in the Egg Bowl.