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PostSubject: 2013 RebelsSports.net Recruiting Front   Tue 23 Feb 2010, 12:44 pm

2013 Week 7 - MISS Gets Commitment from #1WR Zach Clark from Minor Academy in Adamsville, Alabama.



Five star Adamsville, AL receiver Zach Clark announced this morning on Fox 6 News in Alabama that he plans to spend the next four years playing footbal at Ole Miss. Clark picked Mississippi over Iowa and North Carolina.

"Alabama was my dream school I would've loved to stay home but Ole Miss has a recent history recruiting from Minor so it was a comfortable meeting everytime Coach Macc came to see me. I was getting text messages all night and calls daily everyone was trying desperately to sign me but I realize I'll have the ability to start immediately and continue a tradition from Minor receivers that Trey Talbot has currently set," Clark said.

The five-star wide receiver adds immediate depth to an upperclass corps of receivers. Clark is the hurt you in every way type of receiver who will grind out extra yards and just as equally go deep and hurt you just as bad.

Clark was recently fond of Coach Kooken's attempts to recruit him into the "frathouse" over at Iowa and Macc admits it posed a serious threat because Clark from day one was their "number one".

The 6-0, 200-pound pass catcher recently took an official visit to Mississippi and came away very impressed with the campus, academics and steady coaching staff.

Zach Clark Scouting Report: Clark is the complete package at wide receiver. At 6-0, 200 pounds he has the size to dominate every corner at the college level and he runs crisp routes that consistently find wide windows. He makes the impossible catch look easy and will consistently catch the ball, in traffic or otherwise. Clark can be that underneath, over the middle or deep threat target at the next level immediately and he should replace Trey Talbot, also of former Minor High fame as he elects for the draft among the most eligible receivers in this class. They're saying Clark will have a nearly identical season many are projecting.

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PostSubject: Re: 2013 RebelsSports.net Recruiting Front   Tue 23 Feb 2010, 12:45 pm

really dont understand how i lost this guy it really doesnt make sense at all
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PostSubject: Re: 2013 RebelsSports.net Recruiting Front   Tue 23 Feb 2010, 12:48 pm

Yo I had a reeeeal good talk last week with him I preyed I got him he was my #1 I NEEDED this guy.

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PostSubject: Re: 2013 RebelsSports.net Recruiting Front   Wed 24 Feb 2010, 4:41 am

2013 Week 8 - MISS Inks Commitments from 2 5* Prospects!



WR Jack Thomas working on MISS CB David Brown beating him with a double move deep.

The Ole Miss Rebels continue to address their wide-receiver problem gaining a commitment from five-star prospect WR Jack Thomas as well as five-star DE Willie Washington. The two both had their visists on week 2 of this season and impressed scouts and coaches immediately - Thomas among the fastest on the field of CURRENT Rebel wide-outs and even beating some Rebel corners for deep bombs all afternoon. Thomas out of Cleveland, Ohio surprises the majority of the college football world with his commitment to Miss and Coach Macc yet again takes from the heartland of Ohio after last seasons huge scores. Thomas says his commitment to Miss is in correlation to their depth chart and his shot for immediate playing time, their need to replace special teams kick and punt returners and the current uprise of the Mississippi football program.



DE Will Washington laying the lumber on a ball carrier at a HS practice


The college football world hasn't seen such an athletic natural defensive end like Will Washington in a very long time. Washington has the speed and power to be a consistent ball-hawk and his pursuit angles are as absolute BEST you can find from a high school athlete. With 4.58 40 speed for a natural defensive end, Washington has the size and speed to be a big-time college football player early in his career. Washington could make the jump to linebacker but it's really in the air until the coaching staff gets to see what he looks like in spring practice.



JACK THOMAS *****
Wide Receiver (#4 WR - #13 in ESPNU 150)
Cleveland, OH
Cleveland HS

Ht: 6'1
Wt: 175 .lbs
40: 4.36
GPA: 3.2

Scouting Report
On The Hoof - Right now Thomas looks a tad on the thin side but easily has the ability to hold another 10 to 15 pounds on his frame to make him a very solid, small receiving target. Thomas currently looks to have perfect size to play cornerback to contribute as a return man at the college level.

Needs Improvement - Hands. His every down ability to catch the ball could be improved with some serious work when he gets on campus. His hands won't be an issue because his ability in the return game should qualify him as a starter and game changer immediately.

Most Impressive - Speed / Ability with ball in hands. Thomas has blazing speed even at the college level and he is amazing with the ball in his hands. He can dance and make guys miss while not spending too much time motionless and he gets up to speed about as well as possible for the set of wheels this kid has.

Reminiscent Of - Dexter McCluster. His ability to carry, catch and return the ball will remind Rebel Nation of none other than the current Jacksonville star. He's small but he makes up for it by not allowing guys to tackle him.

Conclusion - Without a doubt Thomas could make a case to play returnman on many different special teams. He could be used as the Rebels exclusive return man as their senior WRs Logan and Patterson are graduating.



WILL WASHINGTON *****
Defensive End (#1 DE - #5 in ESPNU 150)
Meadowbrook, AL
Meadowbrook HS

Ht: 6'4
Wt: 249 .lbs
40: 4.58
GPA: 3.5

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On The Hoof - A huge and strong looking athletic build that fills in the door frame every time he enters the room. He's got that thick football type neck that makes him just look mean. This kid is the prototype of Brian Urlacher and he has almost an identical build and skill set on the field.

Needs Improvement - It won't be out of the question if this kid should play linebacker, but he most likely will end up playing with his hand on the ground. This means he'll have to improve his pad level when battling with much bigger linemen. He is an athletic defensive lineman and he should be able to use his speed and power to disrupt blockers.

Most Impressive - Size. Huge athletic kid that runs like a linebacker, whether it's blitzing or running laterally to chase ball carriers. He understands the importance of wrapping up and loves inflicting pain as a tackler. Nobody in the country takes the angles to tackle like this kid.

Conclusion - A redshirt is almost certainly in order while Bryan Davis plays his senior year so that Washington can start for four consequtive years.

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PostSubject: Re: 2013 RebelsSports.net Recruiting Front   Thu 25 Feb 2010, 11:45 am

2013 Week 9 - Rebels Garner Commitments From Four!!

Ole Miss once again takes the top spot in the recruiting polls, but according to Coach Macc it could be for a very short period of time.

"Our class looks great right now, we've addressed our WR issue - we've found playmakers on the defensive line, we've signed a pocket-type QB who will compete immediately for starting time and we'll be replacing our punter. There's only about two guys our coaching staff have been talking to right now - but this week during our bye week we'll be taking trips out through the South to find some playmakers for our team,"



MAX HARRIS *****
Quarterback (#2 QB - #18 in ESPNU 150)
Adamsville, Alabama
Minor Academy

Ht: 6'0
Wt: 178 .lbs
40: 4.86
GPA: 3.5

Scouting Report
On The Hoof - Harris does not possess pro-style QB size and he's terribly lean through the upper body. His lower body seems to be further along in physical development but right now he does not look like the QB that will threaten college coaches on first glance. Harris has all the tools and make-up to be a terrific college QB, he will really need to progress physically if he wants to become a starting QB in the SEC.

Needs Improvement - Size. Harris has the arm strength and the accuracy to play nearly immediately on spot starts, but I wouldn't be quick to say this kid has the ability to be a starter immediately, especially in the SEC. He needs to work on developing physically to make a case for the starting spot.

Most Impressive - Arm. Harris has been torching D2 schools nearly every game he's played in and he shows that he can make literally any throw. He tends to rely too much on his arm strength and could use some work on the touch on some of his passes.

Conclusion - Hopefully, for his sake he will get a chance to redshirt to get used to the offensive system at Ole Miss before he gets thrown to the wolves. Right now he looks like a small high school player despite being one of the top prospects in D2. The type of games this kid has had have people saying NFL material but it's in the air.



JOE GREENWOOD ****
Defensive End (#8 DE)
Shawnee, Oklahoma
Shawnee HS

Ht: 6'2
Wt: 247 .lbs
40: 4.54
GPA: 2.7

Scouting Report
On The Hoof - Greenwood has a terrific make-up to go along with his motor always running and is terrific physically for a strong or weakside defensive end. He looks like a big mean, quarterbacks nightmare and he plays with the disposition of one, as well. He's got a big, wide, thick body that is very well proportioned and could be one of the best "football bodies" in the class.

Needs Improvement - Pursuit. He has the strength to push blockers off and away, he has the speed to track ball carriers but he could work on the way he attempts to tackle ball carriers in open field. Some short, quick guys will have no problem leaving him in the dust because he simply goes to smash any and every ball carrier in the mouth.

Most Impressive - Speed/Strength. I can't remember the last defensive end who had such a terrific set of skills regarding strength and speed combined. He has terrific ability to power past and through blockers and can just as easily beat blockers with speed and finesse moves.

Conclusion - Greenwood should look forward to a year redshirting learning the defensive system at Ole Miss but he will be asked to start exclusively in his redshirt sophmore year when the only current upperclassmen on him are graduated.



SHANE GATEWOOD ****
Wide Receiver (#9 WR - #40 in ESPNU 150)
Adamsville, Alabama
Minor Academy

Ht: 6'7
Wt: 202 .lbs
40: 4.36
GPA: 3.7

Scouting Report
On The Hoof - Gatewood has amazing size for a high school athlete right now. On the field with his current pupils, he looks like a man among boys with hia 6'7 200+ pound frame. He has the make-up of a terrific college wide-out and is a monster of a target.

Needs Improvement - Hands. Gatewood could improve his ability to catch the ball when he isn't going to find space and be open. His every-down type of hands could be improved and make him a lethal target that would be literally undefendable.

Most Impressive - Size/Speed. Kids with size and speed like this are one in a million. There's no quesiton this kid was among the most highly regarded WR prospects throughout the country with his 4.36 speed let alone his 6'7 height!! Lookout player without a DOUBT! Certainly NFL bound.

Reminiscent Of - Plaxico Burress. His ability to run crisp routes, use his speed to get open as well as his size to make himself undefendable at time should have a similar career as the former NFL wideout.

Conclusion - Gatewood's size and speed are something that will be tough to keep on a bench. He's coming in to Ole Miss through a year of transition with four graduating seniors at WR. He could be asked to play as early as week one his freshman year.

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