Wyoming Transfer Isaiah Neyor to Ole Miss Campus, Per Source

OXFORD, Mississippi — Wyoming transfer Isaiah Neyor is visiting Ole Miss after committing to Tennessee last weekend, sources have told The Grove Report Thursday.

Neyor made his commitment to the Volunteers official on Twitter on Saturday, but he is now on campus at Ole Miss despite his commitment. Here is the tweet where Neyor made his announcement.

Neyor is 6-foot-3 and he had 878 receiving yards and 12 touchdowns in 2021 for the Cowboys.

Neyor leaving Tennessee after his commitment would not be unprecedented in the age of the transfer portal. Out-of-UCF QB Dillon Gabriel originally committed to UCLA this postseason before returning to Oklahoma after Jeff Lebby arrived at Norman as offensive coordinator.

“He’s still attached to UT, as far as I know,” said SI’s Volunteer Country editor Matt Ray. The Grove Report. “They weren’t informed differently a few minutes ago.”

Even though Neyor is sticking to his commitment to Tennessee, this is the latest development in a slew of portal activity involving Ole Miss this offseason. The rebels have already landed names like LB Trojan Brown (Central Michigan), DB Isheem Young (State of Iowa) and RB Zach Evans (TCU). USC QB Jaxson Dart and TE Michael Trigg are also planning to visit Oxford this weekend.

Keep checking on The Grove Report for more updates regarding Ole Miss’s exploration of the transfer portal.


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