Adeboyejo commits

Rivals and Scout are reporting that Ole Miss received a commitment from Cedar Hill, Texas wide receiver Quincy Adeboyejo during his visit.

Adeboyejo was a Texas A&M commit until earlier this month.

He’s listed a 6-foot-3 but with a 175-pound frame that can carry some extra weight.

Rivals calls him one of the top receivers in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

The vibe coming out of the recruiting coverage is that the commits are working hard to get Chris Jones, the Houston defensive end who is currently committed to Mississippi State, to join them.

I just arrived in Auburn and will have more on the Rebels, who are seeking their first 6-0 SEC start, tonight from Auburn Arena.

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.

Posted in Football, Recruiting
  • Ole MI$$ is 16 and 16 the last 32 Egg bowls, that’s not exactly kicking Mississippi State’s arse. Ole Mi$$ lives or lies in or about the past, so it really doesn’t matter. Ole Mi$$ should hang a banner declaring a Moral Victories Championship. Ole Mi$$ is German for fantasized championships….dilusional paranoid schizos
    “First they made me king, then they made me Pope…then they bought the rope.”

    • handy010

      Nice rant, by the way, where is Moo-U living?

  • okay handy….I cannot take it anymore, for a solid week you have been calling me loser…it’ loser…LOSER, not looser …LOSER…good grief….go to the dollar store and buy a dictionary.

    • handy010


    • handy010

      Tell you what, I will start spelling it loser just as soon as you put those links about Ole Miss cheating on here

  • Wowa! What an incredible victory for Ole MI$$ last night. I was on the edge of my seat cushion the entire last 2 minutes. I cannot believe how Auburn just flat out choked that game away. It really does not matter, because come Tuesday night “The Streak” will come crashing to a halt. Then a new streak will begin, but this one will be a “losing” streak or as my friend Handy likes to say…” a loosing ” streak..Oh my! Lmao..hehehehe.
    “I’m just shacked outside La Grange…”

    • handy010

      Man, I like when you post. Keeps me laughing most of the day. By the way, what was the final score of the Moo-u/Florida game?

  • Dear Handy, I have already posted the links…Just go to any college forum across these United States and you will read about what all of this great country are saying about Ole Mi$$. Yes, from Wisconsin to Idaho, there will be several links to articles written about the strange occurences happening with Ole Mi$$ recruiting. I could care less if you spell it correctly or not, it is just showing us all your lack of comprehension of the English language, which would lead one to believe that you, as well as Jethro Bodine, may have stopped your education somewhere around the 8th grade or earlier. Why have you convinced yourself that I am a Mississippi State fan. I think the score was 97 to 42 or something close. Not too bad considering Misssissippi State is playing with 7 on it’s roster and 3 of those players are walk-ons. I bet Mississippi State will sweep the over-rated and badly over-hyped Ole MI$$ hoops team, lead by the taxi cab punching coach named Squidward..

    “I’m all lost in the supermarket, I can no longer shop happily. I came in for the special offer, guaranteed personality.”

    • handy010

      Dagg, you posted one link to an old story that has already gone away. You posted nothing else because there is nothing else. As for how I know you are a Moo-U fan, I looked at your facebook page, moron. You are a liar and a looser, or loser, or crybaby.

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