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03/17/14 - 2014 Pro Days: Donte Moncrief highlights Ole Miss workout...Wide receiver Donte Moncrief stood on the 4.40-second 40-yard dash he was credited with at the Scouting Combine, but took part in positional drills at Ole Miss' pro day Monday. The physically gifted big-play receiver also measured in at 6-feet-2 3/8 and 219 pounds, two pounds lighter than in Indianapolis. Moncrief posted excellent agility test numbers at the combine, including a 39.5-inch vertical jump and 132.0-inch broad jump. He is currently the No. 67 overall prospect according to NFLDraftScout.com ratings, and No. 11 among wide receivers, projected as a second- to third-round pick.
Questions remain about the strength of his route-running, which he attempted to address by going through drills Monday. While NFL.com reported representatives from only a half-dozen teams were on hand for the workout with the Rebels lacking any other sure-fire draft picks among the 18 total prospects to work out, the school said at least 25 representatives from 22 different NFL teams were at Ole Miss' Manning Center. Moncrief's workout is important as the junior jockeys for position with the likes of Vanderbilt's Jordan Matthews, Colorado's Paul Richardson, LSU's Jarvis Landry, Clemson's Martavis Bryant and South Carolina's Bruce Ellington - who are all rated between No. 55 and 99 by NFLDraftScout.com. - The Sports Xchange
01/05/14 - Mississippi receiver Donte Moncrief has decided to skip his senior season to enter the NFL draft. The school sent out a statement Saturday night confirming Moncrief's decision. The 6-foot-3, 226-pounder from Raleigh, Miss., had 59 catches for 938 yards and six touchdowns this season. Moncrief's career numbers of 156 catches, 2,371 receiving yards and 20 touchdowns all rank third in school history. Moncrief said in the statement that he had an "awesome experience" with the Rebels, but "I am ready to pursue my dream of playing in the NFL." Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze said "while we had hoped he might stay another year, we are excited about his future, and we look forward to seeing another Rebel shine on Sundays." - AP Sports
01/05/14 - Moncrief Declares For NFL Draft...A 6-foot-3, 226-pounder from Raleigh, Miss., Moncrief ranks top-three in school history in every career receiving category, including placing second with 10 100-yard games. His 156 catches, 2,371 receiving yards and 20 touchdowns are all third-best all-time in the Ole Miss record book. As a junior this season, Moncrief notched a school record-tying five 100-yard receiving games, including 113 on six receptions in the Music City Bowl victory. He finished the year with 59 grabs for 938 yards and six TDs.
Moncrief's best season came in 2012, when the sophomore earned All-SEC honors from various media outlets. He hauled in career highs of 66 passes for 979 yards and 10 scores and turned in a career night in the Egg Bowl with 173 receiving yards and three TDs in the win over Mississippi State. A prep All-American at Raleigh High School, Moncrief burst onto the scene in Oxford in 2011, posting then freshman records of 31 catches (for 454 yards) and four touchdowns in garnering Freshman All-America honors. - Ole Miss football
01/05/14 - Moncrief Declares For NFL Draft...Raleigh Native Ranks Top-Three In Rebel Career Receiving...Ole Miss receiver Donte Moncrief announced Saturday that he will forgo his senior season and enter the upcoming 2014 National Football League Draft. "After meeting with Coach Freeze and looking at all available information, my family and I have decided that I will declare for the draft," Moncrief said. "I appreciate all the support I have received over the last three years from the fans, my coaches and teammates. I have had an awesome experience at Ole Miss and plan to support Rebel Nation until I die. At this time, I have to do what is best for my family and I, and I am ready to pursue my dream of playing in the NFL."
"I appreciate Donte's hard work, commitment and leadership for our program," said Rebel head coach Hugh Freeze. "His outstanding play the last two seasons has been a big reason for the turnaround we have experienced and the two straight bowl victories. He is close to graduation, and I hope he reaches that goal. While we had hoped he might stay another year, we are excited about his future, and we look forward to seeing another Rebel shine on Sundays." - Ole Miss football
11/11/13 - Mississippi's Donte Moncrief has most of the attributes expected of an elite receiver, including a 6-foot-3, 226-pound frame, breakaway speed and a pair of hands that rarely lets him down when catching the football. About the only thing missing is the ego. So when Moncrief's season started slowly, the soft-spoken junior didn't complain. He knew quarterback Bo Wallace would find him. Moncrief's time has come. He had 149 yards receiving and a touchdown on Saturday as Ole Miss beat Arkansas 34-24. It's the third time in five games he's had at least 100 yards receiving.
He said the emergence of the team's other receivers — including Laquon Treadwell and senior Ja-Mes Logan — has forced opponents to use more single coverage against him. "You can't double cover anybody now," Moncrief said. "That's easier for me. There are a lot of receivers on our team making big plays and that's exactly what we needed." Ole Miss (6-3) hosts Troy (5-5) on Saturday at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. It's the fifth straight home game for the Rebels, who can match their win total from last season by beating the Trojans.
Ole Miss is on a three-game winning streak and has emerged as one of the better passing teams in the Southeastern Conference. Wallace is fourth in the league with 2,392 passing yards, 14 touchdowns and five interceptions. Moncrief is second on the team with 41 catches, but first with 647 yards receiving and five touchdowns. Logan (35 catches, 496 yards, three TDs) and Treadwell (49 catches, 424 yards, three TDs) have also had productive seasons. - AP Sports