this is the rant
Freeze himself says he can't take all the credit.
According to him, 3 of the 5 stars already had personal ties to the team. One had a brother there, one had a best friend, one was a JUCO placement that blossomed.
One other can be credited to his staff, but the other 5 stars presence influenced that.
I don't see this as a pattern that will continue to repeat itself. There was a lot of luck involved.
Tunsil, who had never visited the Ole Miss campus until an official visit two weeks ago, also considered defending BCS national champion Alabama and Florida. Freeze said Ole Miss defensive line coach Chris Kiffin -- USC coach Lane Kiffin's younger brother -- did an outstanding job recruiting Tunsil and won over the player's mother.
But the Twitter world went abuzz after Tunsil's sudden about-face last week, with some accusing the Rebels of offering his girlfriend an academic scholarship and paying off his family. "It's not true whatsoever," Freeze said. "It comes from the same place where most of the other stuff comes from -- garbage bins."
But sources familiar with Tunsil's recruitment did confirm to ESPN.com that the Rebels have offered a scholarship to his younger brother, Alex Weber, a lightly regarded junior receiver at Columbia High in Lake City, Fla. The Rebels offering Weber a scholarship isn't a violation of NCAA rules. He wasn't included among a list of 232 wide receiver prospects in Florida for the 2014 recruiting cycle.
its not like RN went out and recruited other 4-5 star players to jump aboard