Quincy Adeboyejo commits to Ole Miss football: Rebels on fire

Spruce Derden-US PRESSWIRE

The sun rises. Ole Miss adds another top recruit to its class. The sun sets.

Wide receiver prospect Quincy Adeboyejo committed on Friday to play at Ole Miss on the first day of his visit to the school's campus in Oxford. Adeboyejo confirmed the news on Twitter:

Adeboyejo, a Cedar Hill, Texas product who has been given a three-star rating by 24/7, Rivals, and Scout, previously committed to Texas A&M. He revoked his verbal commitment to the Aggies in early January, citing the number of receivers in A&M's massive 35-player recruiting class as the primary reason for his change of heart. Adeboyejo also held offers from Nebraska, TCU, Texas Tech, and Clemson, among others. He is the fifth receiver in Ole Miss' 2013 class, a group which also includes the nation's top wideout, Laquon Treadwell.

The Adeboyejo commitment is the first in what Rebels fans are hoping is a weekend full of them. A number of top high school prospects are on campus this weekend, including the country's consensus top player, Robert Nkemdiche, and five-star offensive lineman Laremy Tunsil.

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