Vikings Draft 2024: Quinn Ewers and 3 other prospects that shined in CFB Week 5

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Prospect No. 4

Tre Harris - WR (Ole Miss)

Ole Miss and LSU treated fans to one of the most electric football games you may ever see in a thrilling game that resulted in a 55-49 win for the Rebels. Mississippi can be one of the most dangerous offenses in the country when they are clicking, and they did exactly that on Saturday night.

Senior transfer Tre Harris is putting up a tremendous season in the SEC after spending three seasons at Louisiana Tech. He really hit the map following Week 5, where he caught eight balls for 153 yards and a touchdown. Harris is putting up the same numbers he's always put up, this time at the SEC level.

Harris is averaging 21.3 yards per catch this season, with six touchdowns already to his credit in just four games. The wide receiver class is very strong this year, and the Vikings may need to tap into it for depth behind Justin Jefferson and Jordan Addison if K.J. Osborn does not step up soon.

Quarterback Jaxson Dart was on a roll, throwing for 389 yards and four touchdowns to go along with 50 rushing yards and a touchdown on the ground. He has several weapons to work with, and Ole Miss has been fun to watch so far this season with a tough schedule already behind them.


Coming into the game, LSU had a roster with the QB-WR duo that had NFL scouts watching. Jayden Daniels threw for 414 yards and four scores of his own, and Malik Nabers caught eight balls for 102 yards. Daniels ran 15 times for 99 yards and a score to bring his total to 513 total yards and five touchdowns on the day.

Junior wide receiver Brian Thomas Jr. led the Tigers with eight catches for 124 yards and three touchdowns. This game was absolutely incredible if you enjoy fireworks on offense.

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