Mississippi Raiding Other SEC Schools for Football Talent

OXFORD, MS (Ben Caxton) — Both Ole Miss and Mississippi State have landed talented transfers from other SEC football programs. The Rebels signed just 12 players during the early signing period but have received a commitment from Georgia safety Otis Reese who had just 16 tackles during two seasons in Athens. The former 4-star recruit will have to sit out the upcoming season unless he’s granted a waiver by the NCAA. Temple graduate transfer tight end Kenny Yeboah has also announced his intention to finish his college career at Ole Miss and Miami native and 4-star running back Henry Parrish has also committed to the Rebels after de-committing from Pitt last month. Mississippi State will get a big addition on the offensive line as Alabama grad-transfer Scott Lashley joins the Bulldogs for the 2020 season. The 6’7 West Point native appeared in 19 games during his time in Tuscaloosa.



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