The schedule looks like this:
Holly Springs will play Rosa Fort (Tunica) at 8:00 a.m.
West Point plays Kosciusko at 10:00 a.m..
Pontotoc plays Houston at 12:00 pm.
Southhaven plays Noxubee County at 2:00 p.m.
Senatobia plays Calhoun City at 4:00 p.m.
Layfette County plays Shannon at 6:00 p.m.
Oxford plays Horn Lake at 8:00 p.m.
Players participating at the jamboree that are on Ole Miss' Hotlist:
Jennings (CB, Calhoun City, MS) - Listed as 5' 11 1/2", 155.
Probably the second fastest prospect in the state of Mississippi behind Terry Grant. M.D. really stood out at the Scout.com combine that was held in Starkville this past Spring.
As a junior, Jennings had 70 tackles, 8 int's, and 4 forced fumbles. He was named Region 1(1A) MVP and 2nd Team All-State for his performances on the field.
MD told us last night that Alabama leads Ole Miss and MSU for his services.
Levy (WR, Kosciusko, MS) - Listed as 6' 2", 198 with 4.5 speed.
Levy is rated as a 4 Star prospect by scout.com and is ranked as the #19 wide receiver in the country.
As a junior, Terry had 32 catches for 690 yards and 11 TD's.
Levy was named to the Clarion Ledger's Dandy Dozen squad for the 2005 campaign.
Terry committed to Ole Miss (offer)in February.
Malouf (QB, Oxford, MS) - Listed as 6' 2", 211.
Malouf turned heads at the Ole Miss Sr camp when he ran a legit 4.52 forty, which was the fastest time for all campers who weighed over 200 pounds.
Matthew completed 87-of-103 passes for 1004 yards and 4 touchdowns as a junior.
Malouf rushed for another
567 yards and 9 TD's on way to leading Oxford to the North Half Semifinals.
Matthew has a list that consist of Ole Miss (offer), Alabama, and MSU.
Patterson (QB, Noxubee County, MS) - Listed as 6' 1", 215.
Patterson has a very good arm and excellent mobility. His release is a little long when he is in the pocket, but it speeds up considerably on the run without sacrificing accuracy. His throwing motion is easily correctable, and he has all the tools to be a standout on the college level.
A mobile quarterback that threw for 2,500 yards and rushed for another 1,500 while combining for 37 touchdowns. Patterson is a three sport athlete that also stars in basketball and baseball.
James has USM (offer), Ole Miss (offer), MSU (offer), West Virginia
(offer), and Texas at the top of his list.
Jamie was an key part for Lafayette County's run in the playoffs last season.
During his junior season, Phillips recorded 118 tacles and 5 sacks as a linebacker and rushed for 454 yards and 8 touchdowns on 69 carries as a running back.
Jamie told us last night that he has Ole Miss, MSU, and Memphis at the top of his list.
Woodall is arguably the top athlete in the state of Mississippi this year. Justin has a knack of knowing where the ball is going before the play develops, as evident by his 30 plus interceptions in the past two seasons.
Justin led the state of Mississippi in interceptions for the 2004 campaign. He finished the year with 16 interceptions.
On offense, Woodall was just as dangerous, as he caught 30 passes for 750 yards and 8 TD's. Justin is being moved to QB and FS for his senior campaign.
Justin was named 1st Team All-State (MAC) and District Player
of the Year for his play.
Woodall told us last night that he has Ole Miss (offer), Alabama (offer), and MSU (offer) are at the top of his list.