Hugh Freeze's Ole Miss Rebels are now in week two of spring practice.
Week one was productive in Oxford, but DE C.J. Johnson did sustain a broken fibula in practice. With Johnson now out the remainder of spring, coaches are continually evaluating the progress of other players in the defensive end rotation.
In fact, several men have already stepped up.
An unfortunate trend that continues is the pedestrian play of the team's reserve quarterbacks. Without starting QB Bo Wallace, who will miss spring practice as he recovers from shoulder surgery, much of the offense has seemed out of sorts.
On the other hand, a former Rebel is back at Ole Miss making the most of a second chance.
Nearly halfway through spring practice, coaches have liked the team effort, overall.
Now, it's time to review the Rebel stock report for week two of spring practice.