The fallout from Hugh Freeze's resignation is already being felt as first recruit decommits

And it begins.

And so it begins, it would seem.

Ole Miss has already lost a recruit, just hours after Huge Freeze resigned as the team's head coach.

Bobby Wolfe, a three-star cornerback from Madison (TX) High School, was the only 2019 recruit, so far, for Ole Miss. The 6'1, 185-pound prospect was ranked as the No. 27 prospect at his position in the country, as per 247.

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Freeze abruptly resigned Thursday night in the midst of an NCAA investigation into possible violations by several teams, including football. But on Thursday night, the University said Freeze resigned following a "pattern of personal conduct" that disturbed the university.

"In our analysis, we discovered a pattern of conduct that is not consistent with our expectations as the leader of our football program," athletic director Ross Bjork said. "As of yesterday, there appeared to be a concerning pattern."

Earlier, various media reported the university found at last one phone call to an escort service from Freeze's Ole Miss cell phone.