When Larry Fedora took over as Southern Miss' new football coach, he said the Golden Eagles would feature an aggressive, attacking style of play.
The same goes for recruiting.
Fedora debuted with an impressive recruiting class today, the first day high school football players could sign national letters of intent.
Jeff Bower's replacement lured one of the nation's top wide receivers, Ocean Springs' DeAndre Brown, to Hattiesburg and finished with what most scouts called a Top 50 class.
Allen Wallace, national recruiting editor for scout.com, says Fedora and Southern Miss --quoting-- "really shocked the recruiting world."
Wallace says Ole Miss and Mississippi State turned in steady, if not stellar, classes.
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