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- Ole Miss' Ealy, LSU's Hampton forgo MLB
- AD Bjork leaves Ole Miss for Texas A&M job
- Ole Miss adds Nix to staff as linebackers coach
- Ole Miss vacating 33 football wins after violations
Can Alabama weather another staff shakeup? Can LSU take the next step? Can Auburn contend with a freshman QB? We dig into these questions and more in our SEC West team previews.
Many five-star prospects made their commitments this spring, but a lot of big names remain undecided as teams look to make a splash in the summer.
Recruits Maurice Hampton of LSU and Ole Miss' Jerrion Ealy were expected to be selected in the first round of the MLB draft but were not, so they will now focus on their college careers.
Ross Bjork, who had served as Ole Miss' athletic director for the past seven years, has been named athletic director at Texas A&M. Bjork replaces Scott Woodward, who left for the same role at LSU in April.
Elite edge rushers. Interior game-wreckers. Playmaking wide receivers. These are Matt Bowen's top SEC prospects in the Class of 2019.
We saw in college why Kyler Murray, Nick Bosa, Josh Allen and others were destined for the NFL. But did they show the same talent as high school recruits? Let's revisit.
Ready for spring football games? We thought so. It's an important weekend for Clemson, LSU and several other high-profile programs.
The photos of lifting weights. The crazy-low body fat. The 4.33 40-yard dash. This 21-year-old has the drive to overcome a neck injury to make it at the next level.
Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer
Ole Miss WR D.K. Metcalf lit up the combine testing in Indianapolis. At 6-foot-3, 228 pounds, Metcalf ran a 4.33 40 yard dash, posted a 40.5 inch vertical jump and also put up 27 reps on the bench press test. Metcalf has rare size/speed at the position and has flashed his upside on film. Think deep ball speed here with big play ability outside of the numbers.
Dane Beavers ESPN.com
Ole Miss wide receiver D.K. Metcalf, who went in the top 10 of Mel Kiper Jr's latest 2019 NFL Mock Draft, ripped off 40-yard dash runs of 4.33 and 4.37 seconds, unofficially, at the NFL combine on Saturday. The 6-foot-3, 228-pound Metcalf has been one of the most impressive prospects in Indianapolis.
ESPN Stats and Information
Ole Miss WR D.K. Metcalf ran an unofficial 4.33 in the 40-yard dash after weighing in at 228 pounds at the 2019 NFL Combine. Only two other 220-pound wide receivers have the run the 40 in fewer than 4.4 seconds at the NFL Combine since 2006: Calvin Johnson (2007) and Julio Jones (2011).
Ben Arledge ESPN.com
Ole Miss wide receiver D.K. Metcalf unofficially posted 27 reps of 225 pounds in the bench press at the NFL scouting combine on Friday. The wideout gained social media fame when pictures circulated displaying his physique and didn't disappoint with his performance, with his 27 reps tying for the most by a wide receiver since 2006. Metcalf is currently the No. 2 WR for both Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay. He will join the rest of the receivers in on-field workouts on Saturday.
D.K. Metcalf could blow up at the combine. Here's who else you should watch. Mel Kiper ranks the top prospects for April's draft.
Tyrone Nix is returning for his second stint at Mississippi, this time as a linebackers coach.
Ole Miss will vacate 33 football wins from six seasons between 2010 and 2016 for fielding ineligible players, athletic director Ross Bjork said Monday night.
The SEC owned signing day, with seven of the top 15 teams in the Class Rankings coming from the conference. Meanwhile, a couple teams from the ACC and Pac-12 didn't fare so well.
Running back Jerrion Ealy, who is projected as a potential first-round MLB draft selection in June, has committed to Ole Miss, but Rebels coaches will have to wait to see if he decides to attend college.
Quarterback John Rhys Plumlee, one of two unsigned four-star quarterback commitments in the 2019 class, flipped his commitment Monday from Georgia to Ole Miss.