Ole Miss had arguably the biggest recruiting weekend in history, with 16 official visitors in town to see what the Rebels had to offer, according to Scout.com. The weekend was highlighted by the commitment of wide receiver Quincy Adeboyejo and a surprise visit from defensive end Chris Jones, a Mississippi State commitment.
Adeboyejo, who is a 6-foot-3, 175-pound four-star prospect on Rivals.com, made his announcement via Twitter Friday night when he tweeted, “#HottyToddy I’m a Rebel baby.”
The Cedar Hill, Texas, native was committed to Texas A&M before decommitting from the Aggies in early January. He followed the first tweet by tweeting, “I planned on announcing on the 29th but why wait when you know where you need to be? Ole Miss is home.”
Adeboyejo was just one of 16 official visitors and three unofficial visitors who spent their weekend in Oxford, according to Scout.com.
The list was highlighted by safety Antonio Conner, defensive end Chris Jones, defensive end Robert Nkemdiche and offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil, who are all five-star prospects by Scout.com and 247sports.com, in addition to wide receiver and unofficial visitor Laquon Treadwell, a five-star prospect by Scout.com, 247sports.com and Rivals.com.
The rest of the official visitors included four-stars Devante Kincade and Kailo Moore, three-stars Peyton Barber, Daronte Bouldin, Eugene Brazley, Evan Engram, A.J. Jackson, Davion Johnson, David Kamara and Dan Skipper and two-star Trey Bledsoe.
In addition to Treadwell, four-star quarterback Ryan Buchanan and three-star defensive tackle Herbert Moore also visited unofficially, according to their respective Twitter accounts.
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