Ole Miss have started just 3, 4, 3, 4, 3, 4, 4, 3, 3, 2, 4, and 3 Whites since 2006. In 2017 they look to slightly increase to 4 white starters. Lead by HC Matt Luke Ole Miss has been the doormat of college football in terms of white talent. Ole Miss looked good at QB last season but Shea Patterson transferred to Michigan, leaving them with a poly QB in Jordan Ta'amu. Top recruit QB Matt Corral is listed as the back-up, and may end up starting if the poly struggles. They return a starter at TE in Dawson Knox, coming off a decent season of 24 rec for 321 yds and 2 TE's. The OL looks better than expected at 3/5 white, and is the only place good depth can be found. No white starters on defense as expected, but they do have some for the future in a pari of 3-star LB's. Freshman's Luke Knox (Dawson's brother), and 6'6 Jonathan Hess who already has earned PT are ones to watch. Offense TE- Dawson Knox (Jr) 6'4 257 C- Sean Rawlings (Sr) 6'5 293 RG- Ben Brown (Fr) 6'5 317 RT- Alex Givens (Jr) 6'6 305 Defense None Ones to watch in 2018: (Fr) QB Matt Corral, (So) TE Gabe Angel, (So) OG Bryce Matthews, (So) OT Royce Newman, (Fr) LB Luke Knox, (Fr) LB Jonathan Hess, (Fr) CB CTy Rocconi.