Biloxi football’s Elijah Sabbatini signs with Ole Miss

The Lane train keeps on rolling over to Biloxi where Elijah Sabbatini follows through with his verbal pledge to Ole Miss on National Signing Day.

His road to Oxford was a little more simple having originally committed back in June before decomitting in October to factor in his offer from Georgia and then recommitting to the Rebels earlier this month.

A three-star recruit according to 24/7 Sports, Sabbatini says the plan is for him to play strong safety up in Oxford where he can put on for the ‘Sip. “I mean it sounds good because just knowing that I’ll be putting on for my state and city, it just feels good to be going up there and doing all this. Very excited. He’s probably the best coach in college football, hands down. I talked to him last night because he was talking to me about signing and I was talking to him and he was like let’s go! (Did you have any idea what was going to happen over at George County this morning?) A little bit, yeah I knew. Hotty Toddy!”

During his senior season, Sabbatini led the Indians with two interceptions and two fumble recoveries to go along with a forced fumble, four passes defensed, 47 total tackles, and eight going for loss.

Also taking part in Biloxi’s signing day ceremony Meridian Community College baseball signee Jake Allen, Miles College softball signee Chrysten Bradford, Meridian CC softball signee Kamri Huy, Jones College baseball signee Tristian Pearson, and Southern Miss women’s soccer signee Ryan Smith.

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