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Ole Miss players crack top 100 ahead of EA Sports College Football 25 video game

Tre Harris and Jaxson Dart
Ole Miss players Tre Harris (left) and Jaxson Dart (right) were featured alongside Walter Nolen (not pictured) on the College Football 25 top-100 list. Photo courtesy of UM Athletics

With just over a week remaining for EA Sports College Football 25 to be released, three Ole Miss players have been given high honors ahead of the video game’s debut.

For the first time in more than a decade, college football fans will be able to enjoy competing with their favorite teams, building dynasties, and utilizing some of the new perks of the sport including NIL and the transfer portal.

In a teaser to give fans a sneak peek of standout players featured in the game, EA Sports issued a top-100 on Tuesday. The list features the following Rebels:

DT Walter Nolen – No. 26

Arguably the most coveted player in the transfer portal before finding a home in Oxford, Nolen has been given high praise ahead of his debut campaign at Ole Miss. During his sophomore season at Texas A&M, the defensive tackle had 37 tackles and four sacks before jumping ship to play under Ole Miss defensive coordinator Pete Golding.

Nolen was given an overall player rating of 93, with a speed rating of 75, acceleration rating of 86, strength rating of 93, awareness rating of 85, and a jump rating of 77.

QB Jaxson Dart – No. 73

Ranked by the NCAA as the No. 12 most efficient quarterback in the nation last season, Dart accounted for 3,364 yards, 23 touchdowns, and five interceptions. He comes into the 2024 season as one of the top veteran signal-callers in the nation and an integral member of Lane Kiffin’s squad.

Dart was given an overall player rating of 90, with a speed rating of 84, acceleration rating of 85, strength rating of 67, awareness rating of 93, and a jump rating of 83.

WR Tre Harris – No. 81

The Louisiana Tech transfer made instant waves in Oxford, logging a program-best four touchdowns in his Rebel debut versus Mercer. He went on to log eight total scores and 985 yards in Ole Miss’s winningest season.

Harris was given an overall player rating of 90, with a speed rating of 92, acceleration rating of 93, strength rating of 77, awareness rating of 92, and a jump rating of 92.

No players from Mississippi State or Southern Miss cracked the top 100. However, both teams will be featured in College Football 25 when it’s released on July 19. The game can be pre-ordered here.

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