Shining Stars

The Rebels have committed 11 players in the Mississippi high school and junior college ranks. All of said players have racked up postseason honors. To learn more about their stats and awards from this season, click below.

OL Justin Bell

Justin Bell - The 6' 3", 330 pound offensive guard was named 1st Team All-Metro, 1st Team All-State (Class 5A), and 2nd Team overall All-State by Jackson Clarion Ledger after helping Callaway rush for over 3, 680 yards.

Bell totaled 49 pancakes on the season and participated in the Mississippi North/South All-Star classic.

S/RB Chief Brown

Chelarvez Brown - The 6' 1", 195-pound Winona native was named the Class 3A Offensive Player of the Year after rushing for 2, 173 yards and 28 TD's. He was also named 1st Team All-State for all classifications at defensive back by the Jackson Clarion Ledger after collecting 61 tackles, 8 interceptions, 9 passes deflected, and forced 3 fumbles while helping his team to the North Finals.

Chief participated in the Mississippi/Alabama All-Star classic and played safety during the game which is the position is projected to play at Ole Miss.

CB Senquez Golson

Senquez Golson - The 5' 10", 180-pound corneback/slot back out of Pascagoula was named 2nd Team All-State for all classifications at defensive back after battling a season long high ankle sprain.

For the season he had 37 carries for 344 yards and 3 TD's and 14 receptions for 320 yards (22.8 yard per catch average) and 3 TD's. The 2009 1st Team All-State pick played sparingly on defense but did manage to collect 20 tackles, 1 int, and 9 batted down balls.

Golson will participate in the Prestigious Offense/Defense All-American game in Myrtle Beach (SC).

Woodrow Hamilton

Woodrow Hamilton - The 6' 3", 275-pound defensive lineman out of Raleigh managed to earn 1st Team All-State status in Class 3A despite missing a couple of games due to an ankle injury and playing through several more games with the sprain.

The Magee transfer collected 60 tackles, 3 sacks, 2forced fumbles, and blocked a field goal and a punt.

Hamilton participated in the Mississippi North/South All-State game.

LB Marcus Mayers

Marcus Mayers -The 6' 2", 227-pound linebacker out of Taylorsville was named the Defensive Player of the Year in Class 2A after collecting 68 tackles, 13 for losses, 2 int's and 2.5 sacks while helping his team to the South Finals. Marcus was also selected as a 2nd Team All-State pick for all classifications.

Mayers participated in the Mississippi North/South All-Star game.

OL Aaron Morris

Aaron Morris -The 6' 5", 330-pound offensive tackle was widely regarded as the top offensive line prospect in the state of Mississippi entering his senior season and did not disappoint as he racked up 73 pancake blocks and paved the way for his team to rush for over 3, 600 yards and a 10-2 record.

Morris was chosen as a 1st Team All-Metro selection, 1st Team All-State (Class 5A), and 1st Team All-State for all classifications.

Aaron participated in the Mississippi/Alabama All-Star classic at right tackle.

TE Jamal Mosley

Jamal Mosley - The 6' 4", 255-pound reverse transfer out of Oklahoma State finished the season with 32 catches for 309 yards and 3 TD's while helping the Rangers into the State semifinals.

Mosley was named to the 2010 1st Team All-State and 1st Team All-Region XXIII Teams at tight end and will report to Ole Miss in May.

QB Maikhail Miller

Maikhail Miller - The 6' 2", 235-pound quarterback steered his team back to the playoffs this season despite them sporting a new coaching staff and losing 16 senior starters off of the 2009 North Half Finals team.

"Mike", as he is known by family and friends, passed and rushed for over a 1,000 yards apiece and totaled 2, 800 yards of offense and 30 TD's.

Miller participated in the Mississippi North/South All-Star game and will play in the US World Games in Charleston (SC) on Friday.

WR Donte Moncrief
Donte Moncrief - The 6' 3", 208-pound receiver/defensive back out of Raleigh finished the year with 21 catches for 441 yards (21.1 per catch average) and 9 TD's. He passed for 365 yards/2 TD's, rushed 12 times for 144 yards (12 yards per rush) and returned two punts for TD's. Donte totaled 15 TD's on the season. On defense he collected 48 tackles, 4 interceptions, 4 for losses, and 2 batted down balls.

Donte will participate in the Prestigious Offense/Defense All-American game in Myrtle Beach (SC) and was named to the 2nd Team All-Star for all classifications by the Clarion Ledger.

CB Wesley Pendleton

Wesley Pendleton - The 5' 11", 180-pound defensive back was named the MACJC’s Most Valuable Defensive Back this season after collecting 39 tackles and 3 interceptions.

The Natchez native was also named to the 1st Team All-Region XXIII and MACJC All-State squads after helping Co-Linn CC to the State Championship.


S/RB Cody Prewitt
Cody Prewitt - The 6' 2", 205-pound athlete out of Sylva Bay was arguably the state's most dynamic player for any classification this season.

The Hattiesburg native helped his team to a 12-1 record while rushing for 2, 406 rushing yards (over 3,200 all-purpose yards) and 41 TD's on offense. At safety where Cody is projected to play at Ole Miss he had 68 tackles and 11 picks in which he took back four of them for TD's. He also set the MAIS record in the 200 meters this past spring and won state in the 100 meter race.

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