HOUSTON — Former Ole Miss Rebels running back Snoop Connor scored his first NFL touchdown Sunday afternoon against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Connor found the end zone on the ground in a game against the Houston Texans.
Connor was drafted by the Jaguars in the fifth round of the latest NFL Draft after a three-season Ole Miss career. While at Oxford, Conor rushed for over 1,500 yards in his college career and found his zone in his 26th innings, including his 13th in his final season at Rebels. . He also recorded his 200+ receiving yards on Ole Miss.
Connor joined the Rebels in 2019 as a Hattiesburg, Mississippi High School grade and has had a stellar preparatory career. He shared a carry with running backs Gerion Ealy and Henry Parish Jr. in 2021.
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