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Ole Miss coach Lane Kiffin, after losing starter Quinshon Judkins via transfer to Ohio State, has added yet another option to the running backs room with Miami Hurricanes' Henry Parrish Jr.

Parrish started his career at Ole Miss, rushing for more than 800 yards and five touchdowns over the 2020 and 2021 seasons. After transferring to Miami, Parrish ran for more than 1,200 yards and 10 touchdowns over two seasons.

He has one year of eligibility remaining.

Judkins led Ole Miss in rushing last season with 1,158 yards and 15 touchdowns during an All-SEC season, but the staff has since filled the room with potential contributors.

Parrish will be joining former LSU back Logan Diggs, who transferred after rushing for 653 yards and seven touchdowns this past season, as well as former New Mexico back Jacory Croskey-Merritt, who led the Lobos with 1,190 rushing yards and 17 rushing touchdowns.

Kiffin and his coaches also return the team's second-leading rusher from last season in Ulysses Bentley IV, who had 540 yards and four touchdowns.

Ole Miss has added 18 transfers, including Texas A&M defensive tackle Walter Nolen, who was a No. 1 overall prospect; Florida defensive end Princely Umanmielen; South Carolina wide receiver Antwane Wells Jr.; Arkansas linebacker Chris Paul Jr.; and Alabama corner Trey Amos.