Kailo Moore has switched sides once again in the Egg Bowl rivalry, as the coveted running back has announced he is now committed to Ole Miss.
Moore, a consensus four-star recruit considered the No. 19 running back in the country and the third-best player in Mississippi by Rivals, had originally committed to Ole Miss in July 2011 before switching to Mississippi State in June 2012.
However, Moore decommitted weeks ago when his primary recruiter, Mississippi State secondary coach Melvin Smith, took a job at Auburn. He immediately listed Ole Miss as his top school, listing Vanderbilt as his other potential choice and, on Friday, announced he'd be a Rebel. He also had an offer from Alabama at some point.
The 5'11 back timed at 4.44 in the 40 is immediately one of the top players in Hugh Freeze's class. He joins two running backs, Peyton Barber and Eugene Brazley, but is considered the best of the three commits.