Recruiting: ATH Quinton Culberson

The state of Mississippi is consistently in the top ten per capita of states producing the most prospects. The quality and quantity of prospects in a state with a population base around three million is nothing short of amazing. Nevertheless, it is imperative that the Ole Miss program lands the very best prospects even in a state with strong production. Quinton Culberson could be the very best prospect and he is considering the Rebels.

"I'm looking at Ole Miss, Mississippi State, LSU, Southern Miss, and Florida," said Culberson.

Culberson (6-0/205/4.55) plays his prep football at Provine High School in Jackson. Last year, he made 48 tackles and five interceptions on defense. Culberson made his presence known on offense with 17 receptions for 259 yards and nine touchdowns. Playing on both sides of the football has been fun but Culberson has a preference for his college career.

"I would prefer to play cornerback in college," said Culberson.

Quincy Culberson, Quinton's brother, played receiver for Jackson State and the Dallas Cowboys before a quadriceps injury ended his football career. Culberson camped at Jackson State and Auburn. Both camps were positive experiences in a recruiting process that could stretch to Signing Day.

"I'm not sure when I will decide but it will probably be late," said Culberson.

Provine High School opens their season at home against Murrah High School.

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