The Rebels' second-leading wide receiver transferred to Ole Miss from Washington, where he was involved in an altercation resulting in a guilty plea for assault in 2014. Last year, the NFL instituted a new policy that bars draft prospects from combine participation if they have misdemeanor or felony convictions involving violence or use of a weapon, domestic violence, a sexual offense and/or sexual assault. As a result, Stringfellow will have to wait until Ole Miss' pro day to show NFL scouts a workout. Stringfellow's absence from the invitation list was first reported by Albert Breer of MMQB.
Stringfellow made 46 catches for 716 yards last season for Ole Miss as QB Chad Kelly's No. 2 option behind TE Evan Engram, who led the team in both categories (65 for 926). Stringfellow was also one of two Rebels charged with disorderly conduct in January 2015, following a fight outside a nightclub in Oxford, Miss.