Question Of The Day

While there’s a break in the action — and not the end of the season — before the bowl game, who’s your MVP for Hugh Freeze’s first season as Ole Miss coach?

A. Bo Wallace

B. Denzel Nkemdiche

C. Donte Moncrief

D. C.J. Johnson

E. Other

Leave your logic below.

Denham Springs, La., native, Mississippian since 1989 with a stop in Meridian before arriving in Tupelo. Daily Journal beat writer since 1996, covering Ole Miss since 2002. Proud Northeast Louisiana alum. Follow me on Twitter @parrishalford and listen to John Davis and myself daily with The Ole Miss Beat on Rebel Sports Radio.

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  • Probably Bo Wallace just b/c of his role in the offense, but I’ve been impressed with all of them, especially CJ Johnson. He has really matured since last year and I believe he’ll eventually be a 1st round draft pick in the NFL.

  • Rebel14

    Although they all had great seasons I would have to go with Bo Wallace he is the guy that makes us GO!

  • rebsince71

    It’s Hugh Freeze, without question…The whole attitude of this team has been transformed…I’m jacked about the future. He’s the real prize the Ole Miss faithful have been waiting for…

  • RebFan1

    This is a tough one. I’m gonna go with a split, Wallace on offense and Nkemdiche on defense. All of those guys contributed and none would be as good without the others though, I give props to Hugh Freeze for pulling them together as well!

    As an aside, I just drove by the Vaught and saw Moncrief run by…. a few minutes later, Banks ran by in disbelief. He’s still trying to catch Moncrief! Go Rebs!

  • C.J. Johnson without a doubt. 50+ tackles, 6.5 Sacks (two against State), and all while playing DE when he’s really a LB. Standout performer of the year.

    Nkemdiche is a close second but Wallace threw too many interceptions and Moncrief had too many problems in the middle of the year getting the ball to win the MVP.

  • There’s no most on a GOOD TEAM.

  • Mantachie

    Denzel, all had some good games and then some games that either were not good or you just didnt hear the name called much except Denzel it just seemed he was all around the ball , all year long

  • Johnathon Banks

    I give MVP to the entire offensive line. The biggest problem we had a year ago was the o line. Most improved.

  • Parrish Alford

    Try harder Matt. You can usually find a most.

  • NashVegasReb

    Hugh Freeze. none of the talent flourished over the past two years. With a couple of spring and fall practices he has piecemealed a team together and made them winners. Next year and years to come the individual talents will step forward because of the coaching efforts put forth by coach freeze and his staff. Hotty Toddy

  • Got to be Wallace. Successful teams always have a good QB. Although he was a little shaky at times, he always had the ability to make big plays and also to sustain drives with his passing and his running when needed. He will only get better. His quick release and run ability helped make an average offensive line look good most of the time.

  • Bo Wallace.

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