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Ole Miss Rebels WR Laquon Treadwell says he hasn’t made NFL decision

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Ole Miss Rebels wide receiver Laquon Treadwell has given some up to the Rebels fans. As of this moment, Treadwell refused to answer about moving onto the next level.

Following the game, his teammates were chanting “One more year” while Treadwell was doing an interview with Treadwell. He had six receptions for 71 yards and three touchdowns in what could be his final collegiate game against the Oklahoma State Cowboys in the Allstate Sugar Bowl.

“I wouldn’t say that,” Treadwell said to ESPN‘s sideline reporter Shannon Spake. “I’ll go home and meet with my parents. I’ll pray about it then I’ll make my decision.”

The junior is from Crete, Illinois. The previous two seasons, Treadwell had 120 receptions for 1,240 yards and 10 touchdowns.

In December, ESPN’s Todd McShay released his first Mock Draft for the 2016 NFL Draft and Treadwell was listed as the 10th overall pick. He had Treadwell going to the St. Louis Rams.

Treadwell was the third Rebels player drafted in the Top 10, according to McShay. Defensive End Robert Nkemdiche went to the San Diego Chargers with the 3rd overall pick, while tackle Laremy Tunsil went to the Detroit Lions with the 7th overall pick.

Note: Nkemdiche’s draft stock is expected to take a hit following his arrest in Atlanta for falling from a hotel room after using fake marijuana.

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