Ole Miss just got a whole lot better after another high-profile QB made his decision to come there.
After four seasons as the starting quarterback at Oklahoma State, Spencer Sanders told ESPN on Thursday he has committed to Ole Miss for the 2023 season. His commitment came a day after Walker Howard also pledged to play for Lane Kiffin and the Rebels. Howard was a five-star recruit in the 2022 class who spent his freshman season as the third-stringer at LSU.
Sanders chose Ole Miss over Auburn, he told ESPN.
While Howard has four years of eligibility remaining, Sanders is headed to Oxford for his final season of college football.
During his four seasons at Oklahoma State, Sanders recorded 9,553 yards and 67 touchdowns with 40 interceptions, completing 61% of his attempts. The 6-foot-1, 205-pound Sanders also rushed for 1,956 yards and 18 touchdowns.