Rebel Players Report For Preseason

OLEMISSSPORTSDOTCOM Hugh Freeze (photo by Joshua McCoy)
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Hugh Freeze (photo by Joshua McCoy)
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Aug. 1, 2013

OXFORD, Miss. – Ole Miss’ football preseason got underway Thursday, as players reported to campus for the start of fall camp.

“Our coaches and players are excited to get to work,” Freeze said. “Paul Jackson and our strength staff did a phenomenal job this summer preparing us for the grind ahead, and we’re looking forward to focusing on football and growing as a team over the next month.”

Among the 105 reporting are 23 first-year Rebels, most of which attended summer school and have already been working out with the team. Trey Bledsoe, Daronte Bouldin, Ryan Buchanan, Evan Engram, Austin Golson, Bobby Hill, Davion Johnson, Devante Kincade, Herbert MooreKailo Moore, Robert Nkemdiche, Ray Ray Smith, Laquon Treadwell, Laremy Tunsil and Jordan Wilkins enrolled in first summer term, while Quincy Adeboyejo, Tony Conner, Derrick Jones and David Kamara were on campus for the second session.

Fadol Brown, Luke Davis, Cale Luke and John Patrick Sherling are also new to the program.

After the freshmen checked into their dorms, the team began orientation meetings, which touch on academics, compliance and other areas. The day is capped by position meetings.

Ole Miss will hold Media Day activities Friday beginning with Freeze’s press conference at 2 p.m, which will be streamed live on OleMissSports.com’s RebelVision. OleMissSports.com will have complete coverage of the day’s events.

The Rebels will take the practice field Saturday and Sunday, and both days are closed to the public. Fans may attend the team’s workouts from Monday (August 5) through Saturday (August 10). Follow @OleMissFB on twitter for daily updates on practice locations.

Once again this year, OleMissSports.com will be on hand for every minute of the Rebels' preseason drills with daily practice reports and RebelVision's video highlights.

Players reporting Thursday include:

8              Quincy Adeboyejo, WR

16           Anthony Alford, DB

73           Darone Bailey, OL

68           Justin Bell, OL

95           Bryon Bennett, DT

48           Justin Bigham, TE

81           Trey Bledsoe, WR

76           Daronte Bouldin, OL

8              Chief Brown , DB

90           Fadol Brown , DT

87           Matt Brown, TE

11           Barry Brunetti, QB

14           Serderius Bryant, LB

9              Ryan Buchanan, QB

2              Quintavius Burdette, DB

71           Pierce Burton, OL

97           Tyler Campbell, P

6              Cliff Coleman, DB

1              Dehendret Collins, DB

94           Chris Conley, P

12           Tony Conner, DB

75           Robert Conyers, OL

88           Cody Core, WR

20           Carlos Davis, DB

37           Luke Davis, LB

59           Will Denny, LS

7              Mark Dodson, RB

54           Austin Douglas, OL

74           Jared Duke, OL

17           Evan Engram, TE

7              Trae Elston, DB

52           Will Few, LS

26           Andrew Fletcher, K

73           Austin Golson, OL

21           Senquez Golson, DB

22           Tyriek Gracia, DB

8              Terrell Grant, WR

94           Issac Gross, DT

56           Woodrow Hamilton, DT

15           Bobby Hill, DB

28           Mike Hilton, DB

7              Jordan Holder,  WR

45           Lavon Hooks, DT

65           Chase Hughes, OL

50           Ethan Hutson, OL

10           C.J. Johnson, DE

52           Davion Johnson, OL

19           Derrick Jones, DB

77           Patrick Junen, OL

29           David Kamara, DB

2              Devante Kincade, QB

28           Lakedrick King, DB

24           Keith Lewis, LB

85           Ja-Mes Logan, WR

11           Cale Luke, QB

38           Mike Marry, LB

92           Carlton Martin, DT

26           Will Martin, LB

5              I’Tavius Mathers, RB

13           Brishen Mathews, DB

70           Emmanuel McCray, OL

17           Quadarias Mireles, DB

12           Donte Moncrief, WR

16           Collins Moore, WR

99           Herbert Moore, DT

4              Kailo Moore, RB

72           Aaron Morris, OL

28           Korvic Neat, WR

4              Denzel Nkemdiche, LB

5              Robert Nkemdiche, DE

91           Nathan Noble, K

84           Jack Nuismer, TE

19           Andy Pappanastos, K

4              Nicholas Parker, TE

26           Jimmy Potepa, RB

25           Cody Prewitt, DB

88           John Ratliff, WR

13           Robert Ratliff, QB

20           Jeremy Reed, WR

27           Josh Richardson, DB

96           Andrew Ritter, K

10           Vince Sanders, WR

3              Charles Sawyer, DB

44           Charlie Scott, TE

3              Jeff Scott, RB

9              D.T. Shackelford, LB

35           John Patrick Sherling, LB

22           Ray Ray Smith, LB

23           Anthony Standifer, DB

64           Ben Still, OL

32           Temario Strong, LB

51           Walker Sturgeon, DE

56           Evan Swindall, C

54           Carlos Thompson, DE

1              Laquon Treadwell, WR

78           Laremy Tunsil, OL

14           Bo Wallace, QB

6              Jaylen Walton, RB

11           Channing Ward, DE

55           Cameron Whigham, DE

22           Jordan Wilkins, RB

61           Derrick Wilson, OL

40           Kameron Wood, DE

47           John Youngblood, DE

89           Taz Zettergren, TE

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