Wide receiver Damore'ea Stringfellow, who decided last month to transfer out of Washington after just one season, was all set to move to Nebraska. He'd even signed a letter of intent with the Corn Huskers.
But even after signing the letter, Stringfellow decided to satisfy his curiosity and take a recruiting trip to Mississippi. Well, the south must have made quite an impression on the young wideout, who has apparently changed course and committed to Ole Miss instead.
According to the Omaha World-Herald, the former four-star recruit confirmed the decision via text message, saying that what changed his mind was "My visit and just getting to know the coaches and talking to the players about what type of program it was."
In his one season at Washington, Stringfellow played seven games, catching 20 passes for 259 yards and one touchdown. He'll be forced to redshirt next season, after which he'll have three years of eligibility left.