Now that classes have begun, the Ole Miss football team has added a few new members to the team. Eight non-scholarship players are now officially Rebel student-athletes.
21 - Darrius Henderson, WR
33 - Nathan Vanderburg, RB
34 - Tayler Polk, LB
39 - Kyle Fowler, K
42 - Amon'Ta Coffee, OL
42 - Grant Warren, K
60 - Chad Smith, LS
83 - Will Gleeson, P
None of them will dress out for tomorrow's opener at Vanderbilt, but you never know who might come out of nowhere to make an impact during the season.
Up-to-date Ole Miss Football Roster
When asked about his confidence in regard to different
positions, head coach Hugh Freeze said the area that concerns him the most is
Both cornerback positions were listed with co-starters
-- junior Senquez Golson and sophomore Quintavius Burdette at Field corner, and
seniors Dehendret Collins and Charles Sawyer at Boundary corner. With both
Golson (hamstring) and Sawyer (shoulder) returning from injury, cornerbacks
coach Jason Jones feels confident about those four players at the position.
"Starting out at fall camp, we didn't have a lot of
depth at the position, but we got some guys back the last couple of weeks, and
those guys are now practicing and executing the game plan," Jones said.
"I have four guys that are experienced and mature
and can help us. I want to keep all of them fresh. It's supposed to hot on
Thursday night. And at times, Vanderbilt can tempo you. The more depth you
have, the more guys you can play, and so the fresher they will be."
Burdette, who ran with the first-team defense for most
of fall camp, earned the start at Field corner, Freeze said Monday.
"It makes me feel great," Burdette said of
getting the start. "It makes me feel like I have to go out there and prove
myself even more now."
"He improved his game a lot," Sawyer said of
Burdette. "He's making plays on the ball. He's getting the calls. He's
understanding the defense. He's just making plays."
A converted safety, Burdette said he feels more
comfortable with the defense. He also said he has learned a lot from facing
junior wide receiver Donte Moncrief every day in practice, whether it was he or
Moncrief making a play.
"After a play, we would go back and talk about it
and see what he was thinking during the play, or if I wasn't doing something
right, he would tell me," he said. "It taught me to be more patient
as a defensive back, and how to make plays against a wide receiver of his size
On the injury front, Freeze and staff are confident
about the status of senior cornerback Charles Sawyer (shoulder) and junior
Senquez Golson (hamstring). Sawyer is prepared to play both cornerback
positions, Freeze said, while Golson will come in at Field corner, and then
they will see how the game goes.
"Charles, he's been going now for at least a couple
of weeks," Jones said. "We may practice non-contact to try and take
care of each. He's out there laying out for balls and banging around with Donte
and things like that. I'm not concerned about him at all.
"Senquez, even though he was injured, he was still
getting conditioning in with Coach Jackson on the side. His conditioning
shouldn't be a big problem. Both of those guys should be good to go for
At the safety position, sophomores Trae Elston and Chief
Brown were listed as co-starters at Rover safety, with junior Cody Prewitt at
free safety. Defensive coordinator Dave Wommack said he thinks of all three as
starters who will all play about the same number of snaps.
"It's a battle between all three of them,"
Wommack said. "I have called them all starters to them in person. Chief
has the ability to play both sides. Hopefully, between the three of them, we
can keep them fresher than they were last year."
Ole Miss has six players vying for playing time at the
running back, including three freshmen in Mark Dodson, Kailo Moore and Jordan
Wilkins. Running backs coach Derrick Nix feels great about the overall depth of
"We feel like we have choices at the position,
which is always good," Nix said. "If something happens to Jeff
(Scott), we have guys who are capable of going in and bringing some of the same
skill set that he brings to the table. But most importantly, we have guys with
more experience than last year.
Nix said they haven't finalized it all the way which
running backs will travel to Nashville, and that guys are still competing every
What is probably set in stone, Nix said, is Scott, the
team's leading rusher last season, then sophomore running back Jaylen Walton.
After that, he said, there is a question mark about what they are going to do.
Sophomore I'Tavius Mathers, who was listed as co-backup
with Walton behind Scott, has returned to practice since suffering an ankle
sprain, but his status for Thursday remains uncertain.
"He did well in practice yesterday," Nix said.
"We're going to evaluate him more today to see what he looks like. As the
week goes on, we'll see how he progresses and then determine if he will play or
not on Thursday."
That question mark also includes potential
redshirts, which Freeze said they're considering for sure, adding that there's
no way they can say at a position like running back exactly what will happen,
such as injuries.
The final tennis Grand Slam of the year, the U.S. Open, begins today at the USTA Billie Jean King Tennis Center in Flushing, N.Y. For fun, let's take a look at the Rebels' history in America's major.
Twelve-time grand slam champion Mahesh Bhupathi marks his 17th U.S. Open appearance this year. He be in doubles later this week as well as mixed doubles. Bhupathi, who became the first NCAA Champion in men's tennis history at Ole Miss when he captured the 1995 title, has won two titles at the U.S. Open. In 2002, he teamed with Max Mirnyi to win the doubles title and then in 2005, he won the mixed doubles crown with Daniela Hantuchova. Above, Bhupathi is pictured with '95 partner Ali Hamadeh and Ole Miss head coach Billy Chadwick. The duo received a wild card into the '95 U.S. Open and advanced to the second round.
In 2009, Mississippi native Devin Britton became the youngest ever NCAA Singles Champion and the first Rebel to win the singles crown. Just a year removed from reaching the finals of the U.S. Open Junior Championships, Britton received a wildcard into the U.S. Open main draw where he matched up against 17-time grand slam champion Roger Federer, in the first round. Britton also competed in mixed doubles that year.SEBASTIEN DeCHAUNAC
Two-time All-American Sebastien DeChaunac competed in the U.S. Open singles main draw in 2001, where he lost to former world No. 1, Marat Safin, in three sets.ALI HAMADEH
Ali Hamadeh teamed up with Mahesh Bhupathi to win the 1995 NCAA Doubles Championship and later that summer the pair took to the big stage of the U.S. Open, where they advanced to the second round.JOHAN LANDSBERG
A fiery Swede who advanced to the NCAA Doubles semifinals in 1995, Johan Landsberg played in four U.S. Opens in doubles, reaching the round of 16 in 2002.
The Rebels' first All-American (1988), Dave Randall reached the quarterfinals in doubles at the 1993 U.S. Open.
Ole Miss released the game notes for Thursday's season opener at Vanderbilt
(8:15 p.m. CT, ESPN), which included an updated depth chart. A few notes and observations:
Three freshmen -- tight end Evan Engram, wide receiver Laquon Treadwell and defensive end Robert Nkemdiche -- are listed as starters. Four other freshmen are also on the two deep as backups: left tack Laremy Tunsil, right tackle Austin Golson, wide receiver Quincy Adeboyejo and Nickel (Huskie) Tonny Conner.
Three positions are listed with co-starters, including both cornerback positions: Field corner (Quintavius Burdette, Senquez Golson), Boundary corner (Dehendret Collins, Charles Sawyer) and Rover safety (Trae Elston, Chief Brown).
Three positions are listed with co-backups: center behind Evan Swindell (Robert Conyers, Ben Still), running back behind Jeff Scott (Jaylen Walton, I'Tavius Mathers) and defensive tackle behind Bryon Bennett (Lavon Hooks, Carlton Martin).
On the offensive line, Aaron Morris is listed ahead of Jared Duke at left guard, and Justin Bell is listed ahead of Patrick Junen at right guard.
Nick Parker, now wearing No. 34, is listed as the backup tight end behind Evan Engram, and Jordan Holder, now wearing No. 21, is listed as the backup wide receiver behind Laquon Treadwell but ahead of Collins Moore.
Barry Brunetti, as expected, is listed as the backup quarterback behind Bo Wallace.
Woodrow Hamilton is listed as the starter at nose tackle ahead of Issac Gross.
D.T. Shackelford is listed as the backup defensive end behind C.J. Johnson and the backup Wolf linebacker behind Keith Lewis.
Cameron Whigham is listed as the other backup defensive end behind Robert Nkemdiche, with Carlos Thompson third team behind C.J. Johnson and D.T. Shackelford, and Channing Ward third team behind Robert Nkemdiche and Cameron Whigham.
At the other linebacker spots, Serderius Bryant is listed as the backup Stinger linebacker behind Denzel Nkemdiche, and Temario Strong is listed as the backup middle linebacker behind Mike Marry.
Mike Hilton is listed as the starter at Nickel (Huskie), then Tony Conner, then Cliff Coleman.
Jaylen Walton and Kailo Moore are listed as the kickoff returners. Jeff Scott is listed as the starter at punt returner ahead of Trae Elston.
The Ole Miss soccer team won its season opener, 4-0, against Louisiana-Lafayette on Friday night in front of 1,592 fans, the second-highest attendance in program history, at the Ole Miss Soccer Stadium.
Freshman Addie Forbus scored in her first career collegiate game to give the Rebels a 1-0 lead. Sophomore Jennifer Miller netted a pair of goals, including a penalty kick after sophomore Olivia Harrison was fouled in the penalty area, while senior Mandy McCalla, who tied with fellow Rafaelle Souza as the top scorer in the SEC last season, added the final goal.
Friday night also marked the collegiate debut for redshirt freshman Georgia Russell, who suffered a season-ending knee injury in the preseason last season. Two other freshmen, Melissa Capocaccia and Gretchen Harknett, started in their collegiate debuts, while fellow freshmen Heather Lacy and Mackenze Parma, like Forbus, came off the bench in their debuts.
The Rebels return to action at 7 p.m. on Sunday, when they travel to take on the UAB Blazers.
The grind of preseason camp can be taxing for anyone. For Ole Miss volleyball freshman setter Aubrey Edie, preseason camp has been a lot of hard work, but she says it's work that she knows will pay off. Edie comes to Oxford from Fayetteville, Ark., where she was a three-time All-State selection and helped guide Fayetteville High School to a state championship her senior year.
The story with the offensive line continues to
be its depth.
Earlier in fall practice,
offensive line coach Matt Luke said they should have eight or nine players
ready to go this season, and that depth is taking shape on the practice fields,
as senior Patrick Junen returned to full-speed practice on Monday.
"Right now, we're probably looking at
three tackles and maybe four guards, so seven, then you always have got to have
another center ready, so seven or eight is a fair number," Luke said
Tuesday of the offensive line rotation.
Ole Miss returns both of its starting tackles
from last season, seniors Emmanuel McCray and Pierce Burton, at left tackle and
right tackle, respectively. Luke said he expects them to be leaders this
season, as they both enter year two as starters.
"For us to be good this year, our seniors
have to play like seniors," Luke said. "I expect them to be leaders
and role models for those young guys. Laremy (Tunsil) is going to play some, so
they have to be able to handle that and help mentor him to be the player that
he can be.
With McCray out due to a family issue, Tunsil earned
first-team reps at left tackle in Saturday's scrimmage, and head coach Hugh
Freeze said Monday that Luke said Tunsil graded out better than any freshman he
has ever coached in a scrimmage. Tunsil also drew similar praise from one of
"Laremy is a class act," McCray said.
"He's definitely a talented kid. He has to keep a level head, learn how to
practice harder and play hard when he's tired. As far as the fundamentals,
there are little things here and there, but for him to be a freshman and as
talented as he is, he will be just fine."
There has been a lot of competition at both guard
positions, with junior Aaron Morris, senior Jared Duke, sophomore Justin Bell, senior
Patrick Junen and freshman Austin Golson all getting reps there.
At right guard, Junen missed most of the spring and the first two
weeks of fall practice due to injury, so Bell got most of the first-team reps
there. On Tuesday, Junen got first-team reps due to Bell being held out with a
minor back issue.
"He missed most of the spring and sat
out," Luke said of Junen. "That's always hard. The good thing is he's
played a lot of football. I don't think it will take him long once we get into
the flow of the season. Obviously, conditioning is going to be an issue. He's
not ready to play a full game yet. Hopefully, by the third or fourth game, he
"Without a doubt," Luke said of Bell
making a strong case to be the starting right guard. "He's been there, day
in and day out. He's a great kid. He's competing his butt off. It's very, very
important to him. I am very comfortable with Justin playing, if we had to start
Senior Evan Swindall returns at center, but
behind him, redshirt freshman Robert Conyers and sophomore Ben Still have split
"I have still have got a few days to
decide between (Robert) and Ben," Luke said. "They are going back and
forth, splitting all those reps. It's a battle. I would say, right now, they're
about even. I would feel comfortable with either going in there and fighting
and competing. Obviously, we want Evan to get the majority of the reps, but
he's always one play away, so they have got to be ready to play."
'Back Into The Swing Of Things'
After missing most of the spring and first two weeks of fall
practice due to toe and wrist injuries, senior offensive guard Patrick Junen returned
to full-speed practice on Monday.
"It was very frustrating," Junen said
of missing practice. "Seeing my fellow seniors out there, guys who I have
been here for four years with, going through it and not being out there with them,
it's super frustrating. I'm finally getting back into the swing of things and
trying to get back on the line."
After losing seasons in 2010 and 2011, then last year's 7-6
season, Junen said there's much more excitement going into this season.
"It's a great feeling seeing Coach Freeze
come in and build a program that's winning," Junen said. "It's very
exciting to be a part of that and be able to be there at the beginning of the
transition and go through it."
Protecting Wallace, Increasing The
As Ole Miss prepares for Vanderbilt, senior
offensive tackle Emmanuel McCray said they're not letting the preseason hype
and expectations get in their mind at all, especially on the offensive line.
"We gave up too many sacks, and we had a
lot of little things that we could have fixed," McCray said. "Toward
the middle and end of the season, we honed in on the little things and did them
better. We're trying to pick off where we left off and get better from
One of those things, McCray said, is protecting
junior quarterback Bo Wallace, who underwent offseason clavicle surgery.
"With him coming off the surgery, we're
taking it personal already, just because we already kind of feel responsible
for last year's injury," McCray said. "You definitely don't want to
see your quarterback hurt. And with the quarterback situation that we have, we
never know who's next after Bo. We don't know that right now, so we need to
keep him healthy as possible."
Another of those things is tempo, which the
offensive linemen have talked about throughout fall practice.
"We feel faster," McCray said of the
tempo. "We're still getting into tempo shape. It's looking pretty good.
We're definitely ahead of schedule, but we're not where we want to be. We had a
couple of guys who were out with injuries and surgeries, like (Patrick) Junen
and Aaron (Morris) that still got to get in shape. But for the most part, we're
moving faster and looking better."
One of the position battles both head coach Hugh Freeze and defensive coordinator Dave Wommack discussed after Saturday's scrimmage is Rover safety, where Freeze said sophomore Chief Brown is pushing sophomore Trae Elston.
"Chief will have a much bigger role than he had last year," Wommack said after Saturday's scrimmage. I see Chief as a starter who can play both either Rover or free safety. I really haven't decided who will start yet. Chief might be a starter in the first game."
Elston started nine game at Rover last season and finished fifth on the team with 61 tackles, along with six pass breakups, a sack and a fumble recovery.
"He's done well," Wommack said of Elston. "He knows the defense, inside and out. He's a physical guy. I kind of worry about the targeting rule with him, but he's just got to play smart in that area. I like Trae Elston. He's a good football player."
Elsewhere in the secondary, at cornerback, senior Charles Sawyer has practiced, including some team drills, but has not participated in live contact drills. Injuries to Sawyer (shoulder) and junior Senquez Golson have given opportunities to other players at the position.
"I don't think we have been able to totally fix that because the injuries (Charles Sawyer and Senquez Golson) to the two guys who have the most experience," Wommack said. "It was good situation for us that Bobby Hill and Anthony Standifer and some others got more reps than they would have gotten. We have to get those other guys back to have better depth in the secondary"
Sophomore Quintavius Burdette and senior Dehendret Collins continue to run with the first-team defense, and Wommack has been pleased with the play of both.
"Burdette has tried to go against #12 (Donte Moncrief) every time out here, and you get better every day that you do that," Wommack said. "He's had some rough days because of that, Donte is one of the best players in the nation at wide receiver. Burdette is a competitor. He's grown up, and I don't see him put his head down like he used to last year. I'm excited about him.
"Collins has been very solid to me. I wish we could have played him at corner last year. We didn't have enough guys, and we were trying to get speed on the field. I think we absolutely have him in the right spot now. He's tough, he's physical, and he's a competitor. He does everything we need that corner to do."
Earlier in fall practice, sophomore Mike Hilton, who has gotten first-team reps at Huskie, also got some reps at corner, but Wommack said on Saturday they are training him, at this time, to play corner. Behind Hilton at Huskie, freshman Antonio Conner has gotten reps, including some first-team reps alongside Hilton in passing situations.
"He's going to play a lot," Wommack said of Conner. "He'll play in the first game. He has been exceptional, especially for a freshman, assignment-wise," Dave continued. "He has a physical nature and is a natural playmaker."
Up front, freshman defensive end Robert Nkemdiche and sophomore defensive tackle Issac Gross both practiced Saturday, and junior defensive end C.J. Johnson is expected to practice Monday. Wommack said he feels good about the depth there, when everyone is healthy, and sees a big role for Nkemdiche.
"He is going to play a lot," Wommack said of Nkemdiche. "We are going to keep those guys fresh by rotating them. I see him absolutely in the two-deep."
Developing Depth At RB, Offensive Line
Compared to last season, offensive coordinator Dan Werner feels better about the depth at both running back and offensive line.
It's a crowded backfield, led by senior Jeff Scott, who rushed 846 yards last season, and bolstered by a trio of freshmen in Mark Dodson, Kailo Moore and Jordan Wilkins. When asked on Saturday, Freeze said sophomore Jaylen Walton, right now, holds the No. 2 running back spot behind Scott.
On the injury front, Moore returned from concussion symptoms earlier this week, while sophomore I'Tavius Mathers (ankle) is out of his boot, and while he may not practice Monday, Freeze said he is close.
"Last year at this time, we had to move Randall Mackey to be the backup tailback," Werner said after Saturday's scrimmage. "This year, we have six or seven guys there. During the scrimmages, we're rolling them in and out. A guy knows if he doesn't make a right read or doesn't make a hard run, he's probably coming out and there's somebody else going in with a smile on his face."
There has been a lot of competition on the offensive line in fall practice, notably at left guard, where both junior Aaron Morris and senior Jared Duke have gotten first-team reps.
At other guard position, sophomore Justin Bell and senior Patrick Junen were listed as co-starters on the preseason depth chart. With Junen out, Bell has gotten most of the first-team reps, but Junen is expected to practice Monday.
Earlier in fall practice, offensive line coach Matt Luke said they should have eight or nine players ready to go this season, and Werner shared the same sentiment on Saturday.
"Last year at this time, we had five, maybe six guys that could play," Werner said. "This year, we've got about eight or nine, with Patrick Junen out right now. But from what I hear, he'll be back next week. Any time you have that many guys playing, it's just human nature you're going to play a little bit harder. You've got somebody behind you."
In the previous Saturday scrimmage, junior quarterback Wallace completed 6 of 11 passes for 125 yards with an interception. Throughout this past week, the coaches said they were pleased with Wallace, and it continued on Saturday.
"All of the quarterbacks looked better," Werner said. "I thought we protected the football better. We still have some issues with that, which has been kind of our camp motto - protect the ball. I thought for the most part (Bo) made good decisions, and we scored a lot of touchdowns. He completed a lot of balls, so I was pleased."
As for the freshmen, along with the three running backs, Laquon Treadwell continues to impress at slot receiver, where he has gotten most of the first-team reps, and drew praise from Freeze after Saturday's scrimmage.
Quincy Adeboyejo is in the rotation at outside receiver, along with junior Donte Moncrief, senior Ja-Mes Logan and sophomore Cody Core.
"He's a guy that was a big-time recruit but not as high as a couple of (others)," Werner said of Adeboyejo. "But, man, he came out right away and showed he's really fast, he's really explosive. He understands how to get into zones and make plays. He's another guy that will play a bunch."
On the offensive line, Laremy Tunsil has gotten most of the second-team reps at left tackle and earned first-team reps in Saturday's scrimmage with senior Emmanuel McCray out due to a family issue. Austin Golson has gotten second-team reps at both right guard and right tackle.
At tight end, Evan Engram, tights ends coach Maurice Harris said earlier this week, has separated himself some as a pass-catcher. Also at the position, Christian Morgan, who enrolled at Ole Miss in January, is expected to practice on Monday, as he recovers from a knee injury.
"If he goes through the next two weeks and feels like he can function," Freeze said of Morgan playing this season. "We're missing a lot of body types like his, if nothing else for short-yardage and special teams. I would like to see him play."
The Ole Miss volleyball team held its Red-Blue Scrimmage Saturday as part of the Meet The Rebels activities. The team scrimmaged four sets at the Gillom Sports Center, in preparation for its 2013 season. Ole Miss head coach Joe Getzin mentioned sophomore defensive specialist Evan St. Laurent and freshman outside hitter Margaret Eggert as players who stood out from the scrimmage. St. Laurent had 23 digs, second-most in the scrimmage, and Eggert had 12 kills, also second-most in the scrimmage, and 10 digs.
Sophomore middle blocker Ty Laporte, an SEC all-freshman selection last season, led all players with 14 kills. Sophomore middle blocker Nakeya Clair, also an SEC all-star freshman selection last season, had 10 kills and nine blocks (three solo). A couple of other standouts included sophomore setter Skylar Johnson (match-high 31 assists, 13 digs), junior defensive specialist Rachael McLamore (match-high 27 digs), senior outside hitter Kara Morgan (14 digs, 11 kills) and freshman defensive specialist Kristen Brashear, who led all players with four service aces.
Ole Miss opens the 2013 season on Friday, August 30 in Washington, D.C., with matches against UMBC, Maryland and George Washington. The Rebels return home the following weekend for the Magnolia Invitational, including the home opener on Friday, Sept. 6 at 11 a.m. against Kennesaw State.
The Ole Miss soccer team scrimmaged on Friday night at FNC Park in Oxford. Head coach Matt Mott said he was "overall very, very pleased" with the scrimmage. Among the individual standouts, Mott mentioned seniors Rafaelle Souza and Mandy McCalla, as well as a trio of freshmen in Addie Forbus, Melissa Capocaccia and Gretchen Harknett. The Rebels open the 2013 season on Friday, August 23, at 7 p.m. against Louisiana-Lafayette at the Ole Miss Soccer Stadium.
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After we upset Alabama this weekend
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Ranking. Go Rebels
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