Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze discusses the Saturday scrimmage and liked the energy from tonight’s practice under the lights.
Senquez Golson and Brishen Mathews were back at practice in a limited capacity tonight.
Freeze said the Rebels are “right on track” in terms of being as healthy as possible given the camp injuries. He began to introduce part of the Vanderbilt game plan tonight.
Freshman Laremy Tunsil graded out really well from the scrimmage. He had the chance to run the whole way with the ones as Emmanuel McCray was out with a family matter.
Thanks to Hayden Sowers for the video this evening. Here’s Freeze.
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Ole Miss practiced under the lights on Monday night setting the scene for the 8:15 kickoff against Vanderbilt, “getting under the lights and catching some balls in something similar to what it’s going to be is important,” Hugh Freeze said. Energy for the practice was “great” according to Freeze. All of the walking wounded were back at practice in a group that includes Issac Gross, Senquez Golson, Charles Sawyer, Patrick Junen, CJ Johnson, Brishen Matthews. Golson and Matthews went “portions” of practice.
Laremy Tunsil ran with the first team at left tackle after Saturday’s scrimmage, and Freeze said he “graded out as high as any freshman Matt Luke has coached.” He’s “on his way” Freeze added.