Twenty-six recruits signed national letters of intent with Ole Miss on National Signing Day. Twenty-two of those prospects have already enrolled at the university, while four have yet to arrive on campus.
One of those four is headed to junior college.
Three-star signee Tariqious Tisdale did not receive a qualifying score on his ACT, and will start his career at Northwest Mississippi State Community College, according to The Clarion-Ledger‘s Daniel Paulling.
The weak-side defensive end from Lexington (Tenn.) High School signed with the Rebels on signing day over Tennessee and Mississippi State. He was ranked as the nation’s No. 52 weak-side defensive end and the state of Tennessee’s No. 20 overall player.
The 6-foot-5, 247-pound prospect was one of three defensive linemen to sign with Ole Miss, including 4-star Charles Wiley and 3-star Josiah Coatney.
Three-star running backs Justin Connor and Jarrion Street, as well as inside linebacker Detric Bing-Dukes have also yet to enroll on campus, according to 247Sports..
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