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WR DONTE MONCRIEF SOPHOMORE
The Raleigh, Miss., native set a Mississippi freshman record with 31 catches (four for TDs) and led the team with 454 receiving yards en route to earning a Freshman All-America honorable mention last year.
CB WESLEY PENDLETON SENIOR
The coaches named this speedster out of Natchez, Miss., as the most outstanding defensive player of the spring drills. He was good last fall, too, making 19 tackles and breaking up four passes in 12 games.
RB-PR JEFF SCOTT JUNIOR
Ole Miss's best offensive weapon—he has been compared with Rebels great Dexter McCluster—will have his hands full. Aided by his average of 17.2 yards per punt return, the small (5' 7") but explosive tailback was eighth in the SEC with 101.4 all-purpose yards a game in 2011.