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Ole Miss running back Mark Dodson (pictured) and safety David Kamara are both expected to leave the program, according to the Clarion-Ledger.
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Dodson, a former four-star prospect from Memphis, ran for 249 yards and four touchdowns in 2014. But Dodson fell behind in a crowded backfield, carrying the ball 19 times in eight SEC games and not at all in the Peach Bowl. Ole Miss returns five other scholarship running backs for 2015 plus has recruited four-star back Eric Swinney.

Kamara is best known as part of the Grayson Five, a group of Robert Nkemdiche's friends that were expected to follow him to a college campus. Kamara was the only one who ended up signing with Ole Miss. A three-star prospect, Kamara struggled to establish much of a role in Ole Miss' secondary and made two tackles in 14 career games. One of those came this season, against Louisiana-Lafayette. He did not play in Ole Miss' final three games.
Both Dodson and Kamara were members of the class of 2013 and will have three years left to play two.

Memphis radio personality Greg Gaston says that Dodson will transfer to Memphis.
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Says a bama fan, that's rich.
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Processed by the good Reverend, in a godly manner.
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