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Dual-Threat 2026 QB DJ Bordeaux Talks Offer from Ole Miss: ‘By far, this is the best staff in the country’

Dual-Threat 2026 QB DJ Bordeaux Talks Offer from Ole Miss: ‘By far, this is the best staff in the country’

OXFORD, Miss. — Class of 2026 dual-threat quarterback DJ Bordeaux is a name to keep an eye on. The rising young talent out of Douglas County High School in Georgia made his presence known at the recent Ole Miss Friday Night Light Camp, earning an offer from Lane Kiffin and the Rebels.

Bordeaux, formerly of Colorado, has settled in to his new home state of Georgia where he is on the rise as an emerging dual-threat talent. The 6-foot-2 gunslinger stands as the No.28 QB in the class of 2026 and the No. 38 overall athlete out of the Peach State.

After camp in Oxford, we had the chance to catch up with DJ to get his thoughts about the camp and the offer from the Rebels.

Bordeaux talked about his experience and what it was like when he arrived.

Basically, I got there and went through a tour of the facility and it is beautiful. I genuinely loved it…it’s perfect for everyone. Then we went to position meetings where I got to meet all my position coaches and the offensive coordinator. By far this is the best staff in the country.”

DJ Bordeaux

Bordeaux was very impressed with the time the Ole Miss staff spent with him, commenting on that after the visit.

After spending all that time with them and learning all the things about the offense, I know that is somewhere I would want to be. Coach Judge had talked to me one-on-one for about an hour, and we probably had one of the best conversations I’ve ever had with a coach. It felt really connected and he made me feel like there was more to me than football and he’s just a great dude.”

DJ Bordeaux

We asked Bordeaux to talk about the highlights for him of his camp and visit.

“…We got to go on a campus tour and the campus is small and convenient. I love it because everything is connected for the student athletes. I had a great time at camp, and I was fired up all day to get to work with the coaches. I was very excited to see how they coach because that is big for me. They did a phenomenal job and I had a lot of fun at that camp working and learning. Overall, I had an amazing day at Ole Miss and can’t wait to be back.”

DJ Bordeaux

DJ is another athlete whose hard work and effort at camp in front of the Rebs paid off, as he earned himself an offer. His offer sheet is already up to 25, as he headed back to Georgia with the ‘Sip on his mind.

Stay tuned to The Rebel Walk, and we will keep you updated on this swiftly rising playmaker!

Lee Ann Herring-Olvedo

Lee Ann Herring-Olvedo

Lee Ann is the Director of Recruiting for The Rebel Walk. She is a veteran SEC sports journalist and NFL content writer. She is also the Sr. Editor for MESPORTS digital. Herring-Olvedo is a Brown University graduate who loves good cigars, good games, and a smooth glass of bourbon — not necessarily in that order.

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Lee Ann Herring-Olvedo

Lee Ann is the Director of Recruiting for The Rebel Walk. She is a veteran SEC sports journalist and NFL content writer. She is also the Sr. Editor for MESPORTS digital. Herring-Olvedo is a Brown University graduate who loves good cigars, good games, and a smooth glass of bourbon — not necessarily in that order.

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