The one thing Lane Kiffin didn’t do well last year was recruit. Relative to the rest of the SEC that is. Kiffin still has 11 four-star and 10 three-star recruits joining his squad for the signing class ranked 15th nationally.
The Rebels will look to continue their success from 2023. Finishing 11-2 overall, Ole Miss is currently on a three-game winning streak that will most likely continue when the team plays Furman, Middle Tennessee, Wake Forest, and Georgia Southern to start its season.
While Ole Miss’ schedule gets expectedly more difficult once conference games start, the year doesn’t look too bad for the Rebels. Hosting Georgia and Oklahoma will be the real tests to see if Ole Miss is up to snuff in 2023.