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Four-star defensive end Bryan Jones from Baton Rouge, LA (Madison Prep Academy) announced Tuesday that he has de-committed from Ole Miss.

Jones originally committed to the Rebels back in May.

The 6-5, 240-pound prospect is rated the No. 15 defensive end in the country and the No. 7 overall player from state of Louisiana, according to ESPN.

Ole Miss currently has 10 verbal commitments for the class of 2017.
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Originally published on SECRant.com


And Freeze will land another high profile job, probably in the Big12 and not have to suffer the consequences
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Thing is, Ole miss knows too. That's why they are so uninspired. In 2000 we were pre-season number 3. We had an investigation that was about to start. Nobody on that team played the same as the previous year. We won 3 games in 2000. I said before the start of the year this would be a distraction for Ole Miss and it has been just that. I'm not sure they win another game this season, maybe one.
Reply54 months
Knows the NCAA is about to drop the hammer.
Reply54 months
Check must have bounced
Reply54 months
lol... ole miss check wasn't big enough for 4 losses
Reply54 months
Bama Bound!!!
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