Mississippi OL changes schools

Mississippi offensive line prospect Jermarcus Hardrick has changed high schools and continues to get plenty of attention from a number of college programs while awaiting his first offer.
The 6-foot-6, 325-pounder recently transferred from Batesville South Panola to Sardis North Panola.
"I was going to be out of district anyway," he said. "My mom moved to Sardis, so had I stayed at South Panola I was going to be playing out of district. I like it at North Panola. It's a good program, they work real hard. We've got a lot of talent on the team."
That talent includes Hardrick and star defensive tackle Templeton Hardy.
On Wednesday, Hardrick made an unofficial visit to Ole Miss, taking in one of the Rebels' spring practices.
"They said it's going to be soon when I get my offer," he said. "They said they are trying to do everything they can to make sure that I am a Rebel. They were going full speed and the coaches were all into it.
"They seem like they are going to offer me first."
Hardrick added that he has been getting handwritten letters from Ole Miss offensive line coach Art Kehoe.
Auburn, Florida, Houston and Alabama continue to recruit Hardrick. Indiana also has inquired about Hardrick recently.