BEFORE OLE MISS: Four-time All-American in the long jump (2011 indoor and outdoor, 2012 indoor and outdoor) while at Coffeyville Community College under coach Craig Perry ... earned second place in the long jump at the 2012 NJCAA Indoor Championships (24-9) and fifth place at the 2012 NJCAA Outdoor Championships (25-0.75) ... fifth place at the 2011 NJCAA Indoor Championships (24-5) and seventh at the 2011 NJCAA Outdoor Championships (23-11.5) ... helped Coffeyville place third at the 2012 national outdoor meet, fourth at the 2012 national indoor meet and fifth at the 2011 national outdoor meet ... claimed an outdoor personal best of 25-1.75 at the 2011 Cowley Invite and an indoor personal best of 24-9 at the 2012 national meet ... personal-best 21.84 in the 200 meters at the 2011 Region VI Outdoor Championships ... competed in track at Opelika High School under coach Nathan Powell ... crowned the Alabama state long jump champion in 2009 (23-10) and 2010 (24-3) ... member of the Bulldogs' 2010 state champion 4x100 meter relay team ... high school personal best mark in the long jump of 24-4.
PERSONAL: Born February 23, 1992 ... son of Helen and James Ferrell ... chose Ole Miss over Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, Kansas State, Miami and Tennessee, among others.
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