I thought Ole Miss missed an opportunity Saturday to honor members of the Class of 13 who aren’t expected to be around next year.
Laremy Tunsil, Laquon Treadwell and Robert Nkemdiche were all playing their final game at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium unless something highly unforeseen occurs with the draft. All three are projected first-year picks and not just the back end of the first round.
Treadwell talks about his time at Ole Miss here. He hits other topics, Egg Bowl and whatnot, and talks about the comfort he’s feeling while playing some of the best ball of his career.
Treadwell has had at least one touchdown catch in six straight games. He had a streak of five-straight 100-yard receiving games end against LSU when he had four catches for 58 yards.
“Each week I feel like I get better. I feel my movements more, I let my instincts take over. It’s a different feeling out there. I get in a zone sometimes. Once the ball gets in my hands I just go out and play hard,” he said.
Treadwell goes into the Egg Bowl with 72 catches for 1,060 yards and eight touchdowns.