By Erik Harris
TRUSSVILLE – Hewitt-Trussville’s leading rusher from 2014, Jarrion Street, said that he wanted to make a college commitment before the start of his senior campaign with the Huskies.
On Saturday, the All-State ball carrier stayed true to his previous statement by pledging with a program from the Southeastern Conference.
While on a visit to Ole Miss on Saturday, Street made his verbal pledge with the Rebels. He also holds scholarship offers from Missouri, Iowa State and Cincinnati among others. Ole Miss extended the Class of 2016 prospect an offer on May 20.
“More than blessed to announce that I have committed to Ole Miss #HOTTYTODDY,” posted Street on his Twitter page.
Hewitt-Trussville second-year head coach Josh Floyd also took to Twitter to celebrate his running back’s decision.
“Congrats to [Jarrion Street] on committing to Ole Miss! So proud of how far you’ve come in the last year! Big time future ahead. Keep God first,” posted Floyd.