A pair of interior defensive linemen -- Tae-Kion Reed and Sincere David -- weren't highly rated, but Ole Miss expects both players to contribute.
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The agents for former Ole Miss quarterback Chad Kelly said the NFL has not provided a reason for the rescinding of his combine invitation and that he might still travel to Indy later this month.
Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer
Agent Vance McAllister tells 1270 The Fan in Buffalo that QB Chad Kelly is being "singled out" in having NFL combine invite rescinded and NFL VP Troy Vincent is again "shooting from the hip" with decision. Fellow agent Duray Oubre says the NFL "got it wrong" and this is a "form of discrimination" against Kelly.
Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer
One of QB Chad Kelly's agents, Vance McAllister, tells 1270 The Fan in Buffalo that his client has not received any written correspondence from NFL rescinding his NFL combine invite. McAllister said NFL invited Kelly to combine Jan. 6 and had him book flight to combine two weeks ago. McAllister adds NFL VP Troy Vincent has not explained why he was not on invite list today, but Kelly's agents received call from combine saying NFL told them invite would be rescinded.
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Alabama and LSU rank at the top among the SEC's defensive front sevens, while Auburn and Georgia also bring back some talent.
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Not much changes from the past batch of SEC Power Rankings, but this one gives a little more insight into what teams will be working with this spring.
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South Carolina and Mississippi State landed top-25 classes, but that was only good enough to place eighth and ninth in the SEC.
Gators, Trojans, Rebels big NSD winners
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Paul's joined by Ole Miss football head coach Hugh Freeze and he's brutally honest about how the sanctions looming over the program have negatively impacted recruiting.
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