Mississippi Rebels, Wide Receiver, #3
Perris, Calif.2013 Recruit (4-Stars)
It's a bold move. Former Ole Miss quarterback Chad Kelly would be wise to channel his inner Don Draper: "If you don’t like what is being said, then change the conversation."
One offensive and one defensive player for each SEC team who could be surprises in the 2017 season.
It's an uphill battle, but these SEC alumni can still make NFL rosters even though they were not invited to the NFL Combine.
If anything, going back to college has hurt Chad Kelly's draft stock. On the field, he was essentially the same player. Off the field, the rumors of his maturation as a man appear to have been exaggerated.
Ole Miss had one of the best passing offenses in the SEC over the past few seasons, and Damore'ea Stringfellow was a major contributor.
We look around the offensive huddles of the SEC for 2017, see which familiar faces from last year are gone, and try to guess how they might be replaced.
Several of the 5-star prospects will underachieve. Many of the 3-star signees with exceed expectations. The recruiting services are right more often than they're wrong, but this is the most inexact of sciences
Phil Longo, a disciple of the popular Air Raid system, has a lot in common with Hugh Freeze when it comes to general offensive philosophy.
Junior caught 46 passes and had six touchdowns in 2016.
Chad Kelly set a single-game record on Saturday for Ole Miss. It wasn't enough, but he deserved better than a loss to No. 15 Auburn.