Rebel Roundup - 7/6/10

I hope you all had kickass holidays... get back to work.

Ole Miss Lands Three South Florida Prospects |
Linebacker Sederius Bryant, cornerback Andrew Johnson, and safety Gerrod Holliman, all from talent-rich south Florida, committed to our Ole Miss Rebels this weekend. The coaches are apparently working as hard as ever at recruiting and the uncharacteristically early payoff to the 'crootin work is appreciated by these here bloggeurs.

I'll be rootin' for ya, Birdman | Orlando Sentinel
Sederius Bryant, known as "Birdman" in certain circles,

has the kind of personality that is magnetic. He draws everyone in. They call him the Bird and everybody loves the Bird. He's energetic, extremely courteous, deeply devoted to being the best football player he can be, and it's that devotion that he'll need to take into the classroom for his senior year.

--writes Chris Hays of the Orlando Sentinel. He is apparently a non-qualification risk but, with nearly a year's worth of school left for him, I would hardly worry about that at this point.

Plant QB Ely adds Ole Miss offer |
Phillip Ely, a drop-back passer prospect out of Plant, Florida (if you haven't noticed by now, our coaches love Florida kids) with offers from Vanderbilt, LSU, and Clemson, just added an Ole Miss offer to his list. Plant High School has a bit of a history with SEC quarterbacks, boasting likely UGA Starter Aaron Murray as an alumnus. Murray's backup at Plant? A sophomore Phillip Ely.

Minor violation to be reported | The Clarion-Ledger
Chris Vaughn, stop playing around on Facebook. Is this story linked because it's a big deal? Certainly not. Is it linked because the Clarion-Ledger comments threads are back and as good as ever?! Yessir!

Henry zips through Tribe farm system | (get it?!)
Here's a great bit on Jordan Henry's progression through the Cleveland Indians farm system. His numbers look great and he's excited to have Pom now a part of the same system as he.

SEC 2010 // The Hope for Ole Miss and the Craziness of Houston Nutt | Team Speed Kills
One Man To Beat traded emails with the good folks over at Team Speed Kills and this resulted. Follow the link and get a good early look at our expectations for the upcoming season and our overall psyche as fans.

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