Attorney Don Jackson hasn't always been optimistic when it comes to Ole Miss stepping up and allowing his client, former Wayne County standout Jerrell Powe, to enroll and play football. Several conversations with the school over the past couple of days have changed his mind and even lead him to believe Powe could be practicing with the Rebels as soon as tomorrow.
According to Jackson, the 6'3'', 330 pound defensive tackle has once again signed scholarship papers and applied for admission to Ole Miss. The school must admit Powe before he can practice, and he still has to hear from the NCAA as to whether or not he is eligible to play.
They are currently review Powe's case, and he is allowed 14 days of practice while waiting for a decision.
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