Deandre BurnettOXFORD— Ole Miss knows who its scorer is next season. His name is Stefan Moody, perhaps you’ve heard of him. It also believes it just found its man for the following season. His name is Deandre Burnett, a Miami transfer who announced his plans to be a Rebel on Monday afternoon. The 6-foot-2 shooter made his decision just a day after he wrapped up his visit to Oxford, where he was sold on the chance to be the Rebels’ guy – to run the show, to be their offensive focal point. In other words, to take over for Moody. Burnett will have to sit out the 2015-16 season because of transfer rules, but the timing works out very well for the Rebels. When Burnett is finally able to gets his chance on the hardwood, Ole Miss will be rolling out a new-look back-court. Guards Moody and Martavious Newby will be graduated by then, leaving a large offensive void. It’s Burnett’s job to fill it, and his strength is his scoring.“We are pleased to announce that Dre has chosen to join our program,” Ole Miss coach Andy Kennedy said. “He is a natural scorer who has always shown the ability to make plays.”The former four-star recruit was third in the nation in scoring as a senior at Coral City High School in Miami, averaging 37 points per game to earn 2012 Parade All-American honors. He piled up more than 45 points in a game three times. He sat out his first season in Miami after having wrist surgery, but he got off to a strong start last year. Burnett, who has two years of eligibility left, scored 19 points against Illinois in December and a career-high 21 against Green Bay. He scored double-digits seven times as a redshirt freshman. His minutes took a hit when conference play began, partly because the Hurricanes were so deep at the guard spot. He got a chance again later in the year, helping Miami to the NIT Championship game by scoring 12 points in the second round against Alabama and eight in a semifinal win against Temple. Burnett — who was also considering South Florida, La Salle and Marquette — is certainly a much-needed get for the Rebels, and he certainly has big shoes to fill. After singing from junior college, Moody ended his first season in Oxford as the only player in the Southeastern Conference to finish in the top 10 in scoring, 3-pointers, free throws and steals. “The experience he gained at the University of Miami battling in the ultra-competitive ACC has prepared (Burnett) to be in a position to make an immediate impact in our program,” Kennedy said.