The 6-foot-4, 250-pound linebacker from Ronald Reagan High School in Doral, Fla., announced that he would be playing his football in the Southeastern Conference.
Curtis only committed to Pittsburgh in January. And he never visited Ole Miss.
But on Signing day, it was the Rebel who obtained his services.
“I did good this year, but there's a lot of things that I think I could of done better,” Curtis said in an earlier story with Scout.com. “I really like to look at the game after the game, and think I could of done this, I could of done that. I feel like I didn't do my best sometimes. I have good vision and I'm explosive on and off the line. I can read the plays good as well."
Curtis reported earlier he had offers from Duke, Illinois, Central Florida, Mississippi State, Army, Navy, Florida International, and Bowling Green, in addition to Pitt and Ole Miss.
Curtis Joins Rebels
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