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Rebels advance will face Virginia on Friday night

Rebels advance will face Virginia on Friday night

Posted on 20 June 2014 by Allen

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The Rebels got big, timely hits from the middle of the lineup Thursday night as Sikes Orvis and Will Allen combined to go 6-for-10 with five RBI and lead No. 4 Ole Miss (48-20) to a 6-4 win over No. 2 TCU (48-18) in an elimination game at the College World Series.

With the win, the Rebels advance to face No.1 Virginia at 7 p.m. Friday night on ESPN in an elimination game. Should Ole Miss win, it will force a deciding game on Saturday as the two teams play again for a spot in the national championship series.

The 48 wins ties the school record for wins in a season set by the 2005 club.

Josh Laxer (3-2) picked up the win in relief, working 2.2 innings and allowing one run on one hit with a walk and three strikeouts. The only hit allowed by Laxer was a solo home run from Kevin Cron in the fifth inning. Aaron Greenwood picked up his fifth save, working the final 1.1 innings to close out the game.

Jordan Kipper (8-3) took the loss for the Horned Frogs, allowing two runs on three hits with three walks and four strikeouts in 2.2 innings of relief work.

“First, congrats to TCU and Coach Schossnagle, for a tremendous year, it was a great baseball game,” said Ole Miss head coach Mike Bianco. “We’re fortunate we got some timely hits and that’s what this comes down to. Getting good hits with runners on, and we were able to do that on the other side of the ball, and we made our pitches to get out of the innings. I’m proud of our guys. I was asked a couple days ago in a press conference about our offense and I thought we had a good offensive day today. The guys, sitting next to me, Sikes Orvis and Will Allen certainly led the charge. I thought we had some better at-bats today and it shows you when wind is not blowing in 20 miles an hour it a little different here. We were able to barrel some ball up and get some hits today.”

“This off season we really worked hard, just on and off the field on being tough,” said senior captain Will Allen. “It’s something that team has taken to just the mindset of 1-9 throughout the lineup. We have guys that can step up and be the hero on any given day. It’s something with the team when our backs are against the wall, we play really good baseball. We’re just a tough team, a very confident team, and we’ve continued to do it throughout the whole season.”

Ole Miss got on the board in the third inning, taking advantage of a leadoff double to shallow center from J.B. Woodman. A sac bunt to the third base side of the mound from Austin Knight moved Woodman to third before Braxton Lee drove him home with a single up the middle. Auston Bousfield was then hit by a pitch to put two men on and cause TCU to call for a meeting at the mound.

Austin Anderson then flew out to put two away before Will Allen drove a double to the wall in right center to score both Lee and Bousfield, putting Ole Miss on top 3-0 after the top of the third.

TCU responded in the fourth inning, using a leadoff single to left center from Kevin Cron to start a rally. A walk of Jerrick Suiter in the next at bat put two men on before the Rebels would get a fielder’s choice to throw Suiter out at second and put men at the corners with one away.

Boomer White then hit a double down the left field line to bring Cron home and leave two men in scoring position as the Horned Frogs cut the lead to 3-1. A walk of Dylan Fitzgerald then loaded the bases for TCU and brought shortstop Keaton Jones to the plate.

Jones drew a walk, the third of the inning, to bring a second run home and keep the bases loaded for catcher Kyle Bacak. Ole Miss then turned to its bullpen for right-hander Josh Laxer.

The Rebel reliever got a strikeout to put two away before a walk of leadoff hitter Cody Jones tied the game at three and again kept the bases loaded for the Horned Frogs. Laxer got a fly ball deep to right center that Woodman tracked down at the wall for the final out to keep TCU from taking the lead as the inning ended with the score tied 3-3.

Orvis came up with a big two-out hit in the fifth inning to put the Rebels back on top. After Bousfield and Anderson reached on back-to-back walks to put men on, TCU got a strikeout to put two away. The Rebel first baseman then pulled a single through the right side to score Bousfield from second and put Ole Miss back in front 4-3.

The lead was erased in the first at bat of the TCU half of the fifth when Cron took the first pitch and sent it into the stands in left field to tie the game 4-4.

Ole Miss moved back in front in the seventh with an RBI single from Allen that put the Rebels up 5-4. Bousfield was hit by a pitch to start the frame before Anderson delivered a single to left to put two on with Allen at the plate. The senior then drove the ball back up the middle to score Bousfield and give the Rebels the lead for the third time on the night.

TCU again put together an answering rally in the eighth, using a leadoff walk and a sac bunt to put Suiter in scoring position. The Rebels then intentionally walked Boomer White to put two men on and set up a double play opportunity. Freshman Wyatt Short got a strikeout of Fitzgerald to put two away and Ole Miss again turned to its bullpen, this time for right-hander Aaron Greenwood.

A double steal put both runners in scoring position before Greenwood got a ground ball up the middle from the Frog batter. Shortstop Errol Robinson charged in and to his left, scooping the ball behind the mound and making the throw to end the inning and keep Ole Miss on top 5-4 after eight innings of play.
Orvis again came up with a big hit for the Rebels in the ninth, driving a two-out double down the line in left to score Will Allen and put Ole Miss on top 6-4. Allen reached on a single to left in the previous at bat to keep the inning alive for the Orvis hit.

Greenwood then shut the Horned Frogs down in the ninth, retiring the side in order to preserve the win and keep Ole Miss alive in the College World Series.

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Rebels Fall To No. 1 Virginia, 2-1

Rebels Fall To No. 1 Virginia, 2-1

Posted on 16 June 2014 by Allen

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It came down to one hit after a stellar pitcher’s duel that saw the score knotted at one through eight innings of play at TD Ameritrade Park on Sunday night.

Fourth-ranked Ole Miss (46-20) fell to top-ranked Virginia (50-14) by a score of 2-1 in the opening game of the College World Series for both teams. The Rebels will now face Texas Tech in an elimination game at 2 p.m. CT Tuesday on ESPN2.

Ole Miss looked to be on the verge of sending the game into extra innings with two outs on the board and a man on second. Virginia’s Mike Papi won the battle between himself and right-hander Aaron Greenwood, taking a full count pitch and driving it to the gap in right center to bring the winning run home for the Cavaliers.

Greenwood (3-2) suffered the loss for the Rebels, allowing the one run on one hit with a walk and two strikeouts in 1.2 innings of relief work. Starter Chris Ellis worked 6.0 innings, allowing one run on six hits with four walks and three strikeouts before giving way to left-hander Jeremy Massie in the seventh.

“It’s a tough lesson you learn in baseball, but we’ve learned it a few times this year. The team that plays best usually wins,” said head coach Mike Bianco. “And I thought they outplayed us tonight. Not by much, but enough to make a difference, especially in this tight of a ballgame.

But offensively, I thought Chris did a good job, pitched out of some jams. But they were able to put enough runners on and finally get a couple of timely hits, but I’m proud of the way we competed. If you’re going to win here you’ve got to play a little bit better than we did today.”

Artie Lewicki (7-1) picked up the win in relief, working 2.0 innings with one strikeout and no hits, but did allow an inherited run to score as Ole Miss rallied to tie the game in the eighth. Starter Nathan Kirby worked 7.0 innings on the night, allowing the one run on one hit with three walks and four strikeouts.

Virginia got a rally started in the fifth, using back-to-back singles to open the inning and sending Ole Miss out to the mound for a visit to settle things down. The Rebels got a line drive to second in the next at bat, turning two on the play with the runner at first being erased as Overbey got the ball to Orvis to put two away in the inning.

An intentional walk of Papi after a couple of balls kept the inning alive before Joe McCarthy would single up the middle to get the Cavs on the board 1-0 after the fifth.

A leadoff walk in the seventh for Virginia sent the Rebels to the bullpen for Massie in relief of Ellis. The left-hander ended the inning without yielding a run as a fielder’s choice and a pop up and groundout around a single sent Ole Miss back into the dugout only trailing by one run.

The Rebels rallied in the eighth inning, using a pair of walks to open the inning and send Virginia to the bullpen for the right-handed reliever, Lewicki.

Errol Robinson lay down a sacrifice bunt, moving pinch runner Cameron Dishon and Colby Bortles into scoring position. Holt Perdzock then stepped to the plate as a pinch hitter for Preston Overbey and drove a ball to short, scoring Dishon and tying the game.

Ole Miss looked to be on the verge of sending the game into extra innings with two outs on the board and a man on second. Virginia’s Papi won the battle between himself and Greenwood, taking a full count pitch and driving it to the gap in right center to bring the winning run home.

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Abernethy Joins Rebel Hoops Staff

Abernethy Joins Rebel Hoops Staff

Posted on 13 June 2014 by Allen

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Former Ole Miss hoops standout Todd Abernethy has joined the Rebel basketball staff as Coordinator of Recruiting Development, head coach Andy Kennedy announced Monday.

A three-time team captain and fan favorite for the Rebels from 2004-07, Abernethy returns to Oxford after serving as the Director of Basketball Operations and Video Coordinator at IUPUI last season. There, he assisted the Jaguars’ coaching staff with day-to-day operations, administrative functions and video coordination.

“I am very excited to announce that Todd Abernethy has returned to Ole Miss as a new member of my staff,” Kennedy said. “Todd was the starting point guard on my first team here and was instrumental in leading a team that had finished last in the division the year before to an SEC West title his senior season. His experience, knowledge and passion for basketball and for Ole Miss will show in the contributions he will make to our program.”

In his role with the Rebels, Abernethy will assist with on-campus recruiting, player development, academic support and former player outreach.

Following his Ole Miss playing days, Abernethy began a six-year international professional career that included stops in the Netherlands, Estonia, Latvia, Poland and the Ukraine. In 2010, he helped his Tartu Rock squad to the Estonia National Championship, while later helping BK Ventspils to the Final 8 of the EuroChallenge in Latvia in 2012. He later founded the Todd Abernethy Basketball Camp, training the top high school players in Latvia.

A Carmel, Indiana, native, Abernethy finished his Ole Miss career with 1,036 points and ranks fourth in school history with 431 assists. He earned All-Southeastern Conference honors in 2006-07 and was voted the league’s Sixth Man of the Year in 2004-05. A three-time SEC Academic Honor Roll member, he earned his degree in banking and finance in 2007 and was Ole Miss’ nominee for the H. Boyd McWhorter Scholar-Athlete Post Graduate Scholarship.

Todd and his wife, Micah, a former Ole Miss cross country and track letterwinner, have two daughters, Ruthie and Maria.

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Rebels Advance To College World Series

Rebels Advance To College World Series

Posted on 09 June 2014 by Allen

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The Rebels have preached toughness and resiliency all season and those traits were on display Monday night as No. 6 Ole Miss (46-19) fought off Cajun rallies before breaking things open in the ninth inning to defeat No. 1 Louisiana-Lafayette (58-10) by a score of 10-4 to secure a berth in the College World Series.

The Rebels will face Virginia on Sunday night at 7 p.m. in the final game of the day at TD Ameritrade Park. It marks the fifth College World Series appearance for the Rebels and first since the 1972 season.

Scott Weathersby (3-1) picked up the win, working 2.0 innings in relief of starter Sam Smith, allowing two hits with a walk and two strikeouts has he helped hold the Ragin’ Cajuns in check as Ole Miss built on its lead. Josh Laxer then picked up his sixth save of the season, working the final 3.1 innings with one unearned run on two hits with a walk and three strikeouts.

Cody Boutte (9-1) took the loss as he allowed four runs on five hits with a walk and two strikeouts in 4.0 innings of work in the start.

“The road to the College World Series is one that’s bumpy and winding,” said Ole Miss head coach Mike Bianco. “I didn’t expect it to take this long to get there, but you have to have a special group to do that and this is certainly a special group. We talked about it in the fall and then in the preseason. I’m really proud of this team.

“I hope we get to do this again soon at home on our own field, but this team could have won anywhere tonight,” Bianco said. “This group played terrific at home last weekend and has been terrific on the road all year. We continued to play well tonight and we made some special plays when we needed to tonight. They have done that and played so well since week one of the season.”

Louisiana-Lafayette got on the board in the third, using a leadoff double on a ball that dropped into shallow center to start the rally. A sac bunt moved the runner to third before a fielding error on a ball back to the mound set men at the corners for the Ragin’ Cajuns. A sac fly to left scored the run and put the home team on top 1-0 after the third.

The lead was short-lived with Austin Anderson answering with a two-run shot over the wall in right center in the fourth that scored Bousfield on the play. Bousfield opened the inning with a double to the wall in left center to get on base for the Anderson round-tripper.

Sikes Orvis then got in on the action two batters later, hitting a solo shot over the wall in right to make it a 3-1 lead for the Rebels after the top of the fourth.

The Ragin’ Cajuns answered in the bottom of the frame, getting runners on with a hit batter and a double down the left field line with one out. A groundout to third brought a run home to cut the lead to 3-2 and advance the trail runner to third. A double to left center from Ryan Leonards brought the second run home and tied the game at three as the Rebels turned to the bullpen for right-hander Scott Weathersby.

The junior reliever got a pop out to short to end the inning and keep the game in check.

Braxton Lee was hit by a pitch to open the fifth inning and Louisiana-Lafayette turned to its bullpen for right-hander Matt Hicks in relief of Boutte. A chess match ensued throughout as Hicks got a foul out, but a wild pitch moved Lee to second and a wild pitch on a walk of Anderson put men at the corners. A fly out put two away and the Ragin’ Cajuns again turned to the bullpen for left-hander Chris Griffit.

Griffit hit Orvis with his first pitch of the inning to load the bases and Louisiana-Lafayette called on right-hander Matt Plitt to face Colby Bortles. A passed ball to Bortles allowed Lee to score as the Rebels moved back in front 4-3 before the Ragin’ Cajuns would get out of the inning.

Ole Miss added to the lead with a two-out rally in the sixth on an RBI double down the left field line from Bousfield. Lee drew a two-out walk to reach base and then scored from first on the hit as Bousfield laced it down the line past a diving third baseman to give the Rebels the two-run lead.

A two-out error in the bottom of the sixth opened the door for the Cajuns and a walk put a second man on as the Rebels looked to get out of the frame. Ole Miss turned to the bullpen following the walk, calling on right-hander Josh Laxer.

Laxer got a fly ball to the warning track to end the inning and keep the Rebels on top 5-3.

A pair of errors, one fielding and one throwing, on a ground ball back to the mound put a man on for the Cajuns in the seventh as Louisiana-Lafayette looked to put together another rally with one out. A walk of the next batter put two men on before Laxer would get a fly out to right center to put two away.

Seth Harrison then drove a ball down the third base line, scoring the lead runner to cut the lead to one. The Cajuns sent the trailing runner on the play, but the relay was on line as Lee threw the ball in to Errol Robinson who zipped a laser to the plate and Allen tagged out the runner to end the inning with Ole Miss holding a slim 5-4 lead.

Following a four-pitch walk to start the eighth, Louisiana-Lafayette again made a pitching change by calling the centerfielder, Harrison, to pitch. Four consecutive balls put Overbey on base before a fielder’s choice from Errol Robinson moved Woodman to third and left men at the corners.

Lee then drove a fly ball to left field, allowing Woodman to score from third on the sac fly as Ole Miss moved out to a 6-4 lead.

The Rebels added insurance runs in the ninth with a big at bat from pinch hitter Holt Perdzock. With the bases loaded and no outs, Perdzock drove a full count pitch into the corner in right field for a double, driving in two runs while a fielding error allowed a third run to score and Perdzock to sprint to third.

Down 9-4, ULL made another pitching change and J.B. Woodman drove a sac fly to left field to bring Perdzock home and take the lead out to six runs before another pitching change for the Cajuns. Ole Miss would manage no more runs in the inning, however, heading to the bottom of the ninth up 10-4.

Laxer would then retire the side in order in the ninth to secure the victory and a berth in the College World Series.

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Five Rebels Taken On Day Three Of MLB Draft

Five Rebels Taken On Day Three Of MLB Draft

Posted on 08 June 2014 by Allen

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Ole Miss had its total number of drafted players jump to nine on Saturday as five more Rebels were selected in day three of the 2014 First Year Player Draft.

Braxton Lee (12th round – Tampa Bay Rays), Will Allen (13th round – Detroit Tigers), Hawtin Buchanan (20th round – Seattle Mariners), Aaron Greenwood (28th round – Houston Astros) and Christian Trent (20th round – Los Angeles Dodgers) were added to the list of drafted player, joining Chris Ellis (3rd round – Los Angeles Angels), Auston Bousfield (5th round – San Diego Padres), Austin Anderson (9th round – Baltimore Orioles) and Josh Laxer (9th round – Detroit Tigers) who were all taken in day two of the draft.

Lee was the first player from the Rebels drafted on the third day of selections. The junior has helped Ole Miss post a 44-18 record this season and a 19-11 mark in SEC play as the Rebels captured the SEC Western Division Championship and finished second in the overall standings.

The speedy outfielder leads the SEC in steals with 30 this season on 35 attempts and is eight shy of the single season record at Ole Miss set by Jordan Henry in 2009. Lee is hitting at a .294 clip and has drawn 29 walks to only 28 strikeouts on the season as the Rebels’ leadoff hitter.

Allen, a finalist for the Johnny Bench Award as the nation’s top catcher and the Gregg Olson Award as the nation’s breakout player, is hitting at a .351 clip heading into the weekend’s NCAA Super Regional at top-ranked Louisiana-Lafayette and holds seven home runs with 59 RBI on the season.

He is third in the Southeastern Conference in batting average, fourth in slugging percentage (.524), second in hits (87), second in RBI, third in triples (22) and ninth in home runs. He hit a walk-off home run for the Rebels in the 10th against UCF to help to a series sweep and scored the game-winner against No. 14 Washington last weekend to propel Ole Miss into its fifth NCAA Super Regional in the last nine NCAA Tournament appearances.

Buchanan served in a relief role for the Rebels in the 2014 season, making 12 appearances on the season and turning in eight scoreless outings in that time. He combined for a shutout of Stetson on the road in the opening weekend and helped Ole Miss post wins in nine games in which Buchanan pitched this season.

Greenwood was the fourth Rebel pitcher taken in this year’s draft and has been one of the key reserves out of the bullpen this season. The right-handed senior posted a 2-1 record on the year with four saves through 39.1 innings of work. Greenwood holds a 1.83 ERA and has allowed only 10 walks while striking out 37 batters.

He posted his two wins over UALR and No. 19 Vanderbilt in the SEC Tournament. He posted his four saves against Missouri, Arkansas, at Texas A&M and against No. 14 Washington in the NCAA Regional.

Trent made the ninth player drafted and fifth player of the day after posting a 9-0 record on the season and was one of only two pitchers to finish the regular season undefeated alongside teammate Ellis. Trent posted a 6-0 record in SEC play.

The left-handed pitcher picked up wins at Stetson, over Georgia State, Missouri, Auburn, No. 7 LSU, at No. 17 Kentucky, Arkansas, at Texas A&M and No. 14 Washington in the NCAA Regional this past weekend.

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Rebels Fall To No. 1 Ragin’ Cajuns 9-5

Posted on 07 June 2014 by Allen

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The Rebels jumped out to an early lead on the Ragin’ Cajuns, but big innings in the third and fifth proved to be too much to overcome as No. 6 Ole Miss (44-19) fell to No. 1 Louisiana-Lafayette (58-8) by a score of 9-5 on Saturday in the opening game of an NCAA Super Regional.

The two teams will play again at 8 p.m. CT on Sunday with the Rebels looking to stay alive and even the series with a win, while ULL is looking to punch a ticket to the College World Series. The game will be broadcast by ESPN2.

Chris Ellis (10-2) suffered only his second loss of the season as he allowed five runs – four earned – on one hit with three walks and two strikeouts through 2.1 innings of work.

Austin Robichaux (8-3) picked up the win, allowing five runs on seven hits with three walks and four strikeouts through 7.0 innings of work.

“They (ULL) played very well tonight,” said Ole Miss head coach Mike Bianco. “(Austin) Robichaux really found himself after the first couple of innings and then went deep into the game. That’s what you want for the starter. I’m disappointed we didn’t play better. We gave them too many opportunities and they are too good of a team to do that.”

Ole Miss got on the board in the second inning with an RBI single through the left side from Preston Overbey that scored Sikes Orvis from third. Orvis reached with a leadoff double and took third on a fly ball to center from J.B. Woodman. Colby Bortles then drew a walk before the Overbey single that got the Rebels on the board.

The lead grew to 2-0 when Errol Robinson drove an RBI single to right field, allowing Bortles to score from second and keeping two men on for the Rebels. A walk of Braxton Lee then loaded the bases before a sac fly to center from Auston Bousfield drove in Overbey with a sac fly to center that put Ole Miss up 3-0 in the second.

The Ragin Cajuns got on the board in the home half of the second, capitalizing on a fielding error on a fly ball in center field with two outs to get a run across the plate. Tyler Giroaurd walked to open the inning and took second on a sac bunt before back-to-back fly balls looked to end the inning.

The second fly ball to center was dropped on a fly ball from Seth Harrison as Giroaurd scampered home from second on the play. Ellis struck out the next batter to end the inning and kept the Rebels on top 3-1 after the second inning of play.

Louisiana-Lafayette continued to chip away at the lead in the third with the first three men reaching on a walk, a hit batter and a walk. Blake Trahan then groundout to first to bring a run home and leave two men in scoring position as the Ragin’ Cajuns cut the lead to one at 3-2. Giroaurd then got the first hit of the night for the home team with a three-run shot to right field to put ULL on top 5-3.

Jeremy Massie then took the mound for the Rebels in relief of Ellis. The left-hander got a strikeout of the first batter faced before a single to right and a single to left center put men at the corners with two away in the inning. A balk was called to bring a fifth run home before Massie would get a strikeout to end the inning with the Rebels down 6-3.

Ole Miss cut the lead to two runs in the fourth with a two-out triple to left center from Lee that scored Robinson from first. Robinson reached on a walk in the previous at bat before Lee drove a 2-2 pitch to the wall in left center to bring him home and put the score at 6-4.

ULL got the run back and then some in the fifth inning, bringing three runs home in the frame. After the first two batters reached on a walk and a bunt single, a sac bunt moved them into scoring position. A wild pitch brought the first run home and moved the trail runner to third. A groundout to short brought the second run home and cleared the bases with two outs. Dylan Butler then hit a solo shot to left to cap the inning and put the Ragin’ Cajuns up 9-4.

Ole Miss cut the lead to 9-5 in the seventh with an RBI single to left from Will Allen that brought Bousfield home from second. Bousfield reached on a single up the middle two batters earlier to put it him on for the Allen hit that trimmed the lead to four runs at the stretch.

Massie and reliever Wyatt Short kept the Cajuns off the board in the seventh and the eighth, but the Rebels couldn’t put together a rally down the stretch as the Ragin’ Cajuns picked up the win in game one of the series.

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Three Rebels land free agent deals after Draft

Posted on 11 May 2014 by Allen

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A day after Donte Moncrief was picked in the third round of the 2014 NFL Draft, three more Ole Miss Rebels are signing rookie free agent deals with NFL clubs.

Offensive tackle Pierce Burton is signing with the Minnesota Vikings, and fellow lineman Emmanuel McCray with the St. Louis Rams. Running back Jeff Scott will be part of the Cincinnati Bengals. Other former Rebels could be signing deals in the coming days.

Burton started all 26 games at right tackle after transferring to Ole Miss from the City College of San Francisco. He blocked for two of the top three offenses in Rebel history in terms of total yardage. The Sacramento, California native participated in the College All-Star Bowl after his senior season ended.

McCray played in 38 career games with 17 starts at left tackle during his four-year Rebel career. He also helped block for two of the best offenses in school history. After serving as the full-time starter at left tackle his junior year, he played both tackles, guard and even as an extra tackle in jumbo packages this past season. The Jackson, Mississippi native was selected to play in the 2014 Medal of Honor Bowl.

Scott, a Miami, Florida product, was one of the most productive backs in school history during his four years in the Red and Blue. He ranks fourth in school history with 3,668 all-purpose yards, sixth with 2,297 rushing yards, ninth with 17 rushing TDs and tied for 10th with 20 total TDs. He saw time in the backfield, at slot receiver and as a kick and punt returner during his career. The Paul Hornung Award watch lister played in the College All-Star Bowl after his senior season.

This group adds to a rich tradition of Ole Miss talent in the NFL, including 280 draft picks and 19 first-round selections. Last year, there were 23 Rebels in the league, with three Pro Bowlers, two All-Pro selections, 13 full-time starters and several more who made appearances in their teams’ starting lineups.

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