Georgia product Jeremy James is Ole Miss’ latest offensive line commitment

Published 3:29 pm Thursday, June 28, 2018

Ole Miss added another offensive lineman to its 2019 recruiting class Thursday.

North Forsyth (Georgia) High tackle Jeremy James gave his verbal pledge to the Rebels, announcing his commitment with a post to his Twitter account. James, who committed to Ole Miss over offers from Florida, Miami and Louisville among others, is the second commit in as many days for the Rebels after Warren Easton (New Orleans) guard/tackle Caleb Etienne joined the class Wednesday.

Of Ole Miss’ 21 commitments, seven are offensive linemen. All but one of them have committed within the last two weeks.

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James, a consensus three-star prospect, is ranked as the nation’s No. 62 tackle prospect and the 71st-best recruit in Georgia in the composite ratings. The 6-foot-5, 305-pounder is the fifth tackle to join the class, though Nanih Waiya’s Caleb Warren is projected to play guard at the next level.

Ole Miss’ class is ranked 14th nationally and seventh in the SEC in the 247Sports composite.