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Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Daronte Bouldin

Freeze pleased with position changes so far

Position changes can be tough for even the most experienced college football player to adjust to. Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze decided to give a handful of his players a new position prior to the spring. (March 20, 2014, Page 8A)

McCray ready to step up if needed

Much to his delight, Emmanuel McCray may be in line to start his final game as an Ole Miss Rebel. (December 20, 2013, Page 6A)

Rebs make history with latest haul

Ole Miss, and the job coach Hugh Freeze and his staff did this past year, was the buzz of the college football world Wednesday. Just 14 months after being hired to turn the Rebels around from a 2-10 team, Freeze and his staff punctuated their first full signing class with a consensus Top 10 finish. (more…) (February 7, 2013, Page 8)

Ole Miss lands country’s top player

 It’s official: The Ole Miss Rebels have one of the top-ranked football recruiting classes in the nation. (more…) (February 6, 2013, Page 8)

Buchanan turning into OM pitch man

JACKSON — Ryan Buchanan is learning just how hard it is to be a recruiter first hand.

The Jackson Prep quarterback said in June when he verbally committed to Ole Miss that he would become one of the Rebels’ best recruiters in the coming months. (more…) (July 27, 2012, Page 6A)

Notes from Clarion Ledger’s Dandy Dozen photo shoot

VIDEO BLOG: This afternoon the Clarion Ledger held its annual Dandy Dozen photo shoot at Jackson State’s Mississippi Veterans Memorial Stadium.

(more…) (July 25, 2012)

Ole Miss lands two more Mississippi commitments

Ole Miss picked up its 16th and 17th verbal pledges for the 2013 signing class within 24 hours of each other. Thursday, Canton offensive lineman Daronte Bouldin picked the Rebels over Mississippi State. Today, Grenada athlete Trey Bledsoe committed. (more…) (July 20, 2012, Page 6A)

Canton’s Bouldin not a typical OL

Offensive tackle Daronte Bouldin won’t get a chance to play quarterback his final season at Canton High School, but it’s not because he doesn’t have the arm strength or the athletic ability to get it done. (July 3, 2012, Page 6)

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