The opening night of the NFL draft should have been a crowning moment for Ole Miss football.
Three members of the Rebels’ highly regarded 2013 recruiting class — offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil, receiver Laquon Treadwell and defensive tackle Robert Nkemdiche — were selected in the first round on Thursday night. It was the first time in the school’s history that three of its players were chosen that high.
But the night quickly turned into one that Rebels coach Hugh Freeze would like to forget.
Shortly before the draft started, Tunsil’s verified Twitter account was reportedly hacked and a video of Tunsil smoking a bong while wearing a gas mask was posted.
Tunsil, who was considered the No. 1 pick in the draft until recently, fell out of the top 10 after the video surfaced.
Not long after the Miami Dolphins selected Tunsil with the 13th pick, his Instagram account was reportedly hacked as well. Screenshots of alleged text messages between Tunsil and John Miller, the Rebels’ assistant athletics director for football operations, were
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