Ole Miss quarterback Shea Patterson donated blood during a drive held in Oxford on Wednesday.
Patterson shared a photo of himself at the blood drive on his Twitter and said he would “love to be a match for someone in need.”
Blood Drive in Oxford was a success! Would love to be a match for someone in need! pic.twitter.com/4vP2sRyklQ
— Shea Patterson (@SheaPatterson_1) April 19, 2017
Patterson was thrust into the starting role during the final three games of his 2016 freshman season following Chad Kelly’s knee injury. He showed glimpses of his blue-chip potential during his three appearances in 2016 by throwing for 880 yards and six touchdowns, also leading Ole Miss to a fourth-quarter comeback during an upset victory over Texas A&M.
The rising sophomore also played well during the Rebels’ intrasquad spring game earlier this month, completing 21 of 30 passes for 341 yards and two touchdowns.
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