(APNewsNow. With AP Photos.)
By DAVID BRANDT
AP Sports Writer
OXFORD, Miss. (AP) - Second-year Mississippi coach Hugh Freeze is poised to haul in a big recruiting class on Wednesday's national signing day.
The list of potential names is stunning for a program the caliber of Ole Miss, which isn't known for its ability to attract big-time prospects. A perfect storm of family ties, momentum and Freeze's recruiting experience has brought the Rebels to this point.
If Ole Miss lands all of its targets - which include many who are highly regarded by national recruiting analysts - it would be the most celebrated class in school history.
Freeze isn't celebrating yet. He knows that in the Southeastern Conference you can never count on landing a recruit until his name is written on a National Letter of Intent and faxed to the football office on Wednesday.
Advertisement
Advertisement

NCAAF Headlines

More inNCAAF News  

NCAAF Top Stories

Thumbnail Arizona tries to contain explosive Washington No. 9 Washington utterly obliterated its first three opponents of the season. Will the good times continue in the desert?
Thumbnail Sun Devils, Bears primed for fireworks show With California and Arizona State set to do battle, should fans on the West Coast expect an offensive blitzkrieg tonight?
Thumbnail Arkansas vs. Texas A&M Prediction Will Arkansas pull off the upset or at least cover the spread when it takes on Texas A&M at AT&T Stadium at 9:00PM ET tonight?
Thumbnail Louisville vs. Marshall Prediction Will Louisville avoid a letdown tonight when the Cardinals visit Marshall at 8:00PM ET?
Thumbnail Oklahoma St. vs. Baylor Prediction Will Oklahoma State and No. 16 Baylor have another typical Big 12 shootout when they meet tonight at...
More inNCAAF Articles  

NCAAF Team Pages