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  1. Really like what is happening here with the staff. Hopefully just maybe the team can get on the field and practice and have us a spring game.
  2. For sure but gives us a look into the weight. Hopefully the guys will get there weight up and hope I mean hope lot less season ending injury’s.
  3. Have to say spot on. Let's climb the mountain and get to the peak this time.
  4. Totally agree here with you assessment.
  5. Georgia Southern is preparing to lose associate head coach/running backs coach Chris Foster. A South Carolina native, Foster played at Gardner-Webb and immediately became his alma mater’s running backs coach following graduation. He then spent three seasons in the same capacity at Appalachian State, one season at Maryville College, and then the past three at Georgia Southern. Foster has tutored four NFL backs, plus Appalachian State’s all-time leading rusher Marcus Cox. May as well sigh him up.
  6. Latte still over seas going to school I still believe.
  7. Gamecocks reoffer one of the state’s best January 26, 2021 / Recruiting The new USC coaching staff has handed out a bunch of new offers for prospects in the 2022-24 classes in recent weeks, but one of their most important moves in recent days was to reoffer LB Jaylen Sneed (6-3 220) of Hilton Head. The four-star prospect carries a heavy load of offers from coaches-to-coast with Southern Cal, Texas A&M and Notre Dame the most recent new ones. New Gamecocks defensive coordinator and linebackers coach Clayton White didn’t waste a lot of time getting in touch with Sneed once he got settled in Columbia. He made the call to the 5th ranked outside linebacker in the country and #2 prospect in state and reassured him the original offer from previous linebackers coach Rod Wilson still stands. “I got a reconfirmed offer because of the new coaching staff,” Sneed said. “They want to get me on Zoom and definitely get me up for a visit when the dead period is over in April.” White has been the only coach from the Gamecock staff to communicate with Sneed thus far, which works for him since he would be his position coach should he choose USC. “He’s definitely a good coach so far from what I’ve seen,” Sneed said. “We’ve only talked once so far and we’ve been texting back and forth. We’ve talked about getting on a Zoom so I could meet more of the coaching staff, and do like kind of a virtual visit.” White said that Zoom meeting is scheduled for Wednesday at 7:00 PM. While USC has a big recruiting presence with Sneed, he said it’s been the opposite with Clemson thus far. “I haven’t really been talking to Clemson much,” he said. “They did just lose a linebacker so they are probably regrouping right now.” Some of his other offers are Iowa State, Duke, Florida, NC State, Indiana, UCF, Oklahoma, Georgia Tech, Michigan, Tennessee, Michigan State, Arkansas, Kentucky, Alabama, Texas, Florida State, Virginia Tech, Oregon, Kansas State, North Carolina and Syracuse. “I feel like it’s going great just knowing all these big time schools want me and I can play at the next level,” Sneed said. “I never really thought it would come this fast and this far.” He said along with USC he also hears regularly from Oregon, Oklahoma, Michigan, Notre Dame and Virginia. He does not have a favorite and will name a top five or top ten this summer. He plans to make his commitment between the middle of his senior season and the end. Sneed only had three games in 2020 due to Covid, so recruiters are basing their judgement off his sophomore season when he had 76 tackles with 18 tackles for loss and 4 sacks.
  8. Saint Francis duo set to join Gamecocks in March January 26, 2021 / Recruiting QB Jason Brown (6-4 230) and WR EJ Jenkins (6-8 230), teammates at Saint Francis, PA received the news today from USC that they have been admitted to school, so both have officially committed to the Gamecocks. They will arrive on campus March 1st. The two are from Fredericksburg, VA and decided to transfer after Saint Francis cancelled a spring season. Their goal was to continue playing together, and the Gamecocks offered them that opportunity. “It’s a blessing,” Brown said. “I’ve been playing with him since the seventh grade. We’re definitely ready to get to work and show Columbia what we can do. I think we can definitely show them that we can play. I know there’s a lot of doubt coming from the FCS level, but I know that we can show them that we can play with the ability that we have on the field. Definitely excited for it.” In 2019, Brown led the NEC in passing and set a school record with 3084 yards and 28 touchdowns. He completed 62% of his attempts. He believes the new offense Marcus Satterfield plans to install at USC will fit him well. “The type of offense that South Carolina runs is perfect,” Brown said. “I think we could really fly up there. I’m in the pocket but I can extend plays. And when I extend plays, I’m always looking down field to throw the ball. I’m not looking to run, but I can definitely run if I need to. Running is not my first priority. No matter if I’m in the pocket, standing still, or if I have to escape the pocket, I’m still looking to throw the ball no matter what.” Jenkins was second team All-NEC in 2019 and set the school with 13 touchdown catches. He had 39 catches for 779 yards. If Brown and Jenkins count with the Gamecocks’ 2021 class, that will increase the number of spots taken to 22 leaving room for three more additions.
  9. Will this team suffering so much with Covid-19 injuries so far behind playing games. Should they shut it down? Just wondering on how you all feel. Lot of heat on the program past few years and with all what has been happing with Vovid-19. What you all say?
  10. Duce Staley asks the Eagles to release him from his contract With the reporting that Duce Staley is asking the Philadelphia Eagles to release him from his contract, where could the coach wind up? www.yahoo.com
  11. Have the teams down but still waiting on the dates. Only thing I guess is holding up is are unwelcome guest Covid-19. Be so happy when he packs his bags and goes far far away.

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