Recruit says Hugh Freeze has an interesting way to describe Ole Miss’ NCAA troubles
There’s one way to put it.
The No. 12 cornerback in the country, four-star Chevin Calloway (5’10, 180 pounds, Dallas, Texas.) is competing in the upcoming Under Armour All-American game, which kicks off on Jan. 1. One of the schools recruiting him is Ole Miss.
The Rebels have been investigated by the NCAA for years for potential recruiting violations, going back to the coaching staff prior to Hugh Freeze. The whole thing found new life after first-rounder Laremy Tunsil appeared to admit to taking money from coaches. We learned in August that the NCAA asked players of the Rebels’ SEC West rivals to snitch on Ole Miss recruiting.
Calloway told reporters this week about how Freeze is describing the investigation with recruits. Let’s just say one analogy Freeze used, according to Calloway, was interesting.
Q: We’ve heard a lot about negative recruiting at Ole Miss with the NCAA thing going on, what has Ole Miss said to you about that?
“Well, Coach Freeze told me when you’re that big and out there with faith in Christ, he’s like, ‘What do you expect? Jesus got nailed to the cross.’ So, he was just telling me sometimes things like that happen, but Click for Full Story
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