SEC Country: Ole Miss Legacy Commits to the Rebels

Coach Hugh Freeze celebrates after Ole Miss’ 2016 Sugar Bowl victory. Photo by John Bowen
Coach Hugh Freeze celebrates after Ole Miss’ 2016 Sugar Bowl victory.
Photo by John Bowen

Article by David Collier, courtesy SECCountry.com

It only took four days for three-star offensive tackle Ben Brown to commit to Ole Miss.

Brown, who’s dad, uncle and both grandfathers played for the Rebels, tweeted his commitment to Ole Miss via Twitter on Tuesday.

“God is so GOOD!” Brown tweeted. “I’m blessed and honored to announce that I am committing to OLE MISS!!!! Hotty Toddy!!!”

The 6-foot-6, 290-pounder was officially offered by Ole Miss last Friday and took the weekend before making his announcement public. He also held offers from Missouri and Vanderbilt, among other schools.

Brown, a St. Aloysius (Vicksburg, Miss.) product, is rated the No. 18 player in the state of Mississippi and the No. 85 offensive tackle in the country.

Ole Miss now has three commitments for the Class of 2017.

All player rankings and ratings are from the 247Sports Composite.


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