By Brent Stecker
Former Huskies wide receiver Damore'ea Stringfellow has switched his transfer to Ole Miss instead of Nebraska, three weeks after announcing his initial intent to join the Huskers.
Stringfellow visited the Ole Miss campus this week and confirmed his commitment switch to the Omaha World-Herald's Samuel McKewon.
Stringfellow's Washington career came to a halt after he was accused of an assault in the University District along with quarterback Cyler Miles on the night of the Seahawks' Super Bowl win. He eventually was charged with fourth-degree assault and took a plea deal for three misdemeanors.
Washington announced shortly after that he would transfer. Miles has since rejoined the Huskies and was not charged in the case.
Stringfellow had 20 receptions for 259 yards, including 147 yards against UCLA, as a true freshman in 2013.
He will redshirt the 2014 season and have three years of eligibility left with Ole Miss.