Name:Laremy Tunsil(+) Coming off Dec 2014 Leg INJ College:MississippiNumber: 78 Height: 6-5 Weight: 305 Position:OTPos2: OG Class/Draft Year:Jr/2017 40 Low: 5.07 40 Time:5.2340 High: 5.36
Projected Round:Stock: Rated number 1 out of 173 OT's9999 / 3072 TOTAL
Data Scout Notes: 2015: PLombardi/POutland/P1stM...Case/Charges Dismissed...06-27-15 - Arrested & charged with domestic violence against his stepfather...2014: (+) Coming off Dec 2014 Leg INJ/2ndC...POutland/P1stM...2013: NAC/2ndM
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09/12/15 - Ole Miss' Tunsil out vs. Fresno State...Ole Miss sat out starting left tackle Laremy Tunsil for a second straight week because of an ongoing investigation by the NCAA. Mississippi coach Hugh Freeze told ESPN.com that Tunsil would miss Saturday's game against Fresno State. He also did not play the season opener last Saturday against Tennessee-Martin. Tunsil, a junior, was accused by his stepfather, Lindsey Miller, in June of accepting improper benefits from agents. NCAA rules allow Tunsil to meet with potential agents but not accept gifts. The 6-foot-5, 305-pound Tunsil has started at left tackle since his freshman season. He was ranked second at the offensive tackle position and fourth overall among prospects for the 2016 draft by NFLDraftScout.com. In July, the NCAA opened an investigation into Tunsil and Ole Miss, which has launched its own internal investigation in response to the allegations. - The Sports Xchange
09/09/15 - Mississippi says starting left tackle Laremy Tunsil will not play in Saturday's game against UT Martin because of an ongoing investigation by the NCAA. Ole Miss said during the summer it was working with the NCAA regarding potential violations after Tunsil's stepfather made allegations that the offensive lineman had improper contact with agents and received improper benefits. Ole Miss sent a release on Saturday morning saying that sitting Tunsil is a "precautionary measure," and the school is "cooperating fully with the NCAA and feel this is the best way to protect Laremy, our football program and the university." Tunsil is considered one of the most important players for No. 17 Ole Miss this season. The 6-foot-5, 305-pound junior has started at left tackle since his freshman season. - AP Sports
08/06/15 - A legal case involving Mississippi offensive lineman Laremy Tunsil and his stepfather has been dismissed. Both men had filed misdemeanor domestic violence charges against each other following an alleged fight in June. Lafayette County Justice Court records showed the charges were dismissed on Monday. At the time of the incident, Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze said Tunsil was defending his mother from his stepfather, Lindsey Miller. The school also has acknowledged it is looking into allegations from the stepfather that Tunsil had improper contact with football agents. Freeze said during Southeastern Conference media days that his starting left tackle would be eligible if the season started today. Tunsil, a 6-foot-5, 315-pound junior, is considered a top NFL prospect for next year's draft. Ole Miss reports for preseason camp on Wednesday. - AP Sports
08/06/15 - Case involving Laremy Tunsil and stepfather dismissed...The Tunsil family drama has come to a somewhat amicable conclusion. It was announced on Monday that the case involving Ole Miss left tackle Laremy Tunsil and his stepfather, Lindsey Miller, has been dismissed. The Clarion-Ledger reported Friday that Tunsil and Miller agreed to drop the domestic violence charges filed against one another. The charges stem from an incident that took place at Tunsil's mother's home in late June. According to Tunsil, he assaulted Miller after Miller had shoved his mother, Desiree Tunsil. Miller's story was that Tunsil assaulted him after Miller warned him about having contact with agents. It's within NCAA rules for athletes to have contact with agents, just as long as they don't sign or accept gifts. Miller's claims led to the NCAA investigating Tunsil and Ole Miss. - Tom Fornelli, CBSSports.com
07/20/15 - Ole Miss OT Tunsil charged with domestic violence...Ole Miss offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil was arrested and charged with domestic violence against his stepfather on Friday in Oxford, Miss. Tunsil, an All-Southeastern Conference pick last year who enters his junior season as one of the top players in the country, was with his mother, Desiree Tunsil, at her home when the alleged incident took place Thursday. According to reports, the stepfather, Lindsey Miller, shoved Tunsil's mother and the 6-foot-5, 305-pound son stepped in to defend her. "We can confirm that Laremy Tunsil turned himself in and was arrested for a misdemeanor, domestic violence-simple assault," Old Miss coach Hugh Freeze said in a statement.
"The incident occurred Thursday night and involves Laremy defending his mother against his stepfather. "Laremy realizes he could have handled it differently, but I am proud of him for standing up for his mother and protecting his family. Laremy and his mother have also pressed charges against the stepfather. As we gather more facts, we will act and make decisions accordingly." No other details of the arrest will be available until Monday, according to the Oxford Police Department. But Miller told the Jackson Clarion-Ledger that he didn't push Tunsil's mother and said Tunsil started the fight after an argument. Miller also said Tunsil hit him six to seven times. Tunsil ended the 2014 season with a broken leg and dislocated ankle in the Rebels' loss to TCU in the Peach Bowl but should be recovered in time for this season. He is projected as a top-five pick in the 2016 NFL Draft and has been named to several preseason All-American teams. - The Sports Xchange