The (Non-) Tweeting Rebels

Bryce Dejean-Jones is one of your best bets for tweeting Rebels.

Bryce Dejean-Jones is one of your best bets for tweeting Rebels.

If you notice a little less activity on your Twitter timeline from the Rebels players this season, it’s because the team has instituted a moratorium on all game-day tweeting.

Last year’s Rebels were very active on social media (Anthony Marshall and Katin Reinhardt could retweet in their sleep), but junior guard Bryce Dejean-Jones doesn’t think the current squad will be affected by the rule.

“I don’t tweet that much anyway, so it doesn’t bother me,” Dejean-Jones says. “We don’t have too many tweeters this year, so I don’t think anybody is going to be too affected by that. We’re about winning games, and Twitter doesn’t have anything to do with that. So I don’t think anyone is concerned about it.”

Still, if you’re looking for good follows among the current team, here are your best bets:

Dejean-Jones (@B2nyce) — Comes across as very serious about his craft.

Kevin Olekaibe (@KOrebel3) — Vegas native is photo-heavy.

Deville Smith (@DevilleSmith33) — His cyber-enthusiasm is infectious.

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