|Nickolas Brassell || South Panola (Miss.) WR/CB / #11|
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|Scout's Take: Brassell plays every down at one speed: Wide open. He has great quickness, and is always looking to use his speed to extend the play rather than simply taking the short route to the sidelines. He's an excellent straight-line runner, but will need to improve his route-running on the next level. He doesn't have an ideal frame, but has more than enough to work with to make him an elite prospect. |
Quotable: "I'm committed to MSU, but I'm not 100 percent sure. There's a long time until February. I'm just going to go wherever my heart tells me. If it's Ole Miss, it's Ole Miss. If it's not, it's not. I still have some thinking to do."
|Committed to Mississippi State|
|Tobias Singleton ||Madison Central HS (Miss.) WR / #1|
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|Scout's Take: The four-star receiver is the complete package. He has the size (6-foot, 190 pounds), speed, hands, and vision to become an impact player on the collegiate level. He finished his senior season with 730 yards on 50 receptions and 11 touchdowns. |
Quotable: "(Ole Miss) is still in the hunt. All of my top five are still in the hunt. I just want the coach to be real with me. Don't have me come to a college and be on the bench. That's what I'm looking for. Tell me the truth, and I'll make the best out of it."
|Schools of interest: Ole Miss, Mississippi State, UCLA, Arkansas|
|Anthony Denham ||East Los Angeles JC (Calif.) WR / #3|
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|Scout's Take: Rated a four-star wide receiver by Scout.com, Denham is regarded by many as the top junior college receiver in the country. Denham, a May graduate, recorded 660 yards on 40 receptions in his final junior college season, as well as seven touchdowns. He visited Ole Miss in early December. |
Quotable: "I liked it a lot (at Ole Miss). It's fun down there. It's a football town. Everybody loves football in that community. They are just crazy about their football at Ole Miss. I did not know that Ole Miss had that much history. I liked that a lot. There is a lot of history at Ole Miss."
|Schools of interest: Ole Miss, Arizona, Oregon|
|Tre Mason ||Park Vista HS (Fla.) RB / #10|
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|Scout's Take: After rushing for well over 1,500 yards and 20 touchdowns during his senior season, Mason has emerged as, arguably, Ole Miss' primary target at running back. Though Ole Miss has no immediate need at the position, Mason offers a unique skill-set compared to the talents of bruisers Brandon Bolden and Enrique Davis. Jeff Scott sits alone on the Rebels' depth chart as a true speed back. |
Quotable: "My relationship with (Ole Miss cornerbacks) Coach (Chris) Vaughn is just different than anybody else. We clicked from the start and have been real close ever since. He was the first coach I started talking to. I just mesh really well with their staff."
|Schools of interest: Ole Miss, Auburn, West Virginia|
National Signing Day is just around the corner, with few spots left to be filled for the Ole Miss signing class of 2011. We take a look at four highly-coveted prospects, who rank atop Ole Miss' wishlist.
Fab Four: Offense
Four recruits atop Ole Miss' wishlist
Dec 14, 2010