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  1. FeatheredCock

    South Carolina offers Miami running back commit

    Gamecocks need a top talented running back pronto.
  2. Long Center: Gamecock Weight Room January 16, 2019 The Long Family Football Operations Center is open for business in Columbia. South Carolina’s long-awaited football center opened recently and the production arm of the Gamecock program is eager to show off the Ken & Cheryl Wheat Weight Room found in the Long Family Football Ops building. If this is your first time hearing about South Carolina’s new football ops building it is located next to Williams-Brice Stadium and is 110,000 square feet of impressive architecture. The new football operations center will host South Carolina’s recruiting center, locker room, weight room, athletic training room, coaches’ offices, meeting rooms, dining room, equipment room and player lounges.
  3. Reveal of Long Family Football Ops Center January 16, 2019 The Long Family Football Operations Center is open for business in Columbia. South Carolina’s long-awaited football center opened recently and the production arm of the Gamecock program is eager to show off the Ken & Cheryl Wheat Weight Room found in the Long Family Football Ops building. If this is your first time hearing about South Carolina’s new football ops building it is located next to Williams-Brice Stadium and is 110,000 square feet of impressive architecture. The new football operations center will host South Carolina’s recruiting center, locker room, weight room, athletic training room, coaches’ offices, meeting rooms, dining room, equipment room and player lounges.
  4. Wednesday evening notes of interest January 16, 2019 ▪ Pensacola, Fla., offensive lineman Darius Washington remains undecided. He took official visits to South Carolina, Mississippi State and Miami. He said he continues to hear from the Gamecocks. Clemson also has been in touch and he said things are “up in the air” with the Tigers at this point. Washington did not want to reveal if he has any more official visits planned at this point. He has been committed to Mississippi State and has publicly maintained that despite his other visits. ▪ Kannapolis, N.C. defensive end Kedrick Bingley-Jones decommitted from Florida. He has a USC offer among many others. TheBigSpur reported he will visit USC this Saturday. ▪ Hammond 2020 defensive lineman Alex Huntley plans to visit tje Gamecocks on Saturday. He also told GoVols247 he will visit Tennessee on Jan. 26. ▪ Rome, Ga., coach John Reid said his running back Jamious Griffin is not planning a visit to South Carolina. He said former running backs coach Bobby Bentley called, but Griffin is still firm with N.C. State commitment. Clemson came through last month but there’s been nothing more. Griffin has visited State, Auburn and Georgia Tech. Reid said Griffin might not take any more visits but if he does Miami might get one. Alabama coach Nick Saban was at the school Tuesday as were coaches from Michigan State, Colorado State and Mississippi State. Griffin rushed for 2,800 yards and 28 touchdowns this season.
  5. Where things stand with Cam Smith’s enrollment plans at South Carolina January 16, 2019 South Carolina signee CB Cam Smith still plans to enroll in school early and is just waiting on the go-ahead from the NCAA. Smith said the hold up for him was his SAT score improved quite a bit from his first test to the second, so he had to get the second score validated and sent in to the NCAA. That has been done and he expects to hear back from the NCAA later this week or next. He will enroll at that point. Smith is one of the top members of South Carolina’s 2019 class. The tall corner out of Westwood High School came on late and impressed at the All-American Bowl practices.
  6. One Gamecock signee jumps more than 50 spots in final Rivals rankings January 16, 2019 Westwood senior and South Carolina signee Cam Smith had a strong showing at the end of his season and that was reflected in the final Rivals Top 250 rankings for Class of 2019. Smith was outside of the Top 250 before the final rankings but moved up to No. 191 in the rankings released Wednesday. The 6-foot-1 cornerback shined during the week of practice and in the game of the All-American Bowl earlier this month. Smith delivered a big hit on Oklahoma tight end signee Austin Stogner. He is one of USC’s early signees but hasn’t enrolled in classes yet. The four-star prospect had 56 tackles, four for loss and two forced fumbles during his senior year at Westwood. Smith was one of three USC commits in the final Top 250. Defensive lineman Joseph Anderson from Oakland High School in Murfreesboro, Tenn., is No. 102. He is already enrolled in classes at South Carolina. Receiver Keveon Mullins from Whitehaven in Memphis, Tenn., is ranked No. 189. The three players join Gamecock signees Zacch Pickens and Ryan Hilinski who were previously announced in rankings. Pickens finished No. 9 overall while Hilinski was No. 45.
  7. South Carolina offers Miami running back commit January 16, 2019 South Carolina football running backs coach Thomas Brown has already convinced Chaminade-Madonna High School (Fla.) running back Thaddius Franklin to commit to him once. Now the new Gamecock and former Georgia Bulldog appear set on doing it again. Franklin. who has been committed to Miami since October, tweeted the USC has offered. The 2021 runner has offers from the likes of Georgia, Florida State, Florida, Kentucky, and Penn State. The 6-foot-1, 210-pound back certianly has the size to earn the offer list he’s already got as a freshman, and he’s put up some big numbers already. As a freshman, Franklin needed only 30 carries to get 495 yards (16.5 per carry) as a reserve behind a four-star Auburn commit who played as a true freshman (Franklin also played a little QB). Last season, he posted 1,602 yards and 14 touchdowns for a 12-2 team that won a state championship. The Gamecocks backfield the past few seasons has had a balance of solid players, but not developed a star lead back.
  8. Hello Trucheck, Welcome to Gamecock Fanatics. Please feel free to browse around and get to know the others. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask. Trucheck joined on the 01/16/2019. View Member
  9. THE DAILY CROW | Chris breaks down the Gamecocks starting pitching heading into the 2019 season January 16, 2019
  10. FeatheredCock

    What's the latest on DL coach

    Apparently, Muschamp has Marion Hobby as #1 with Diron Reynolds (Stanford) as #2. Need an answer at least by Friday on Hobby. If not select Reynolds. I longer terms Reynolds to me will be with the Gamecocks longer. Hobby seems to me to be the type guy who will head back to the NFL within a couple of years. To me, Reynolds should be the #1 candidate.
  11. Gamecock Fanatics would like to wish all members celebrating their birthday today a happy birthday. dumas (58)zorro (30)
  12. 2020 DL Alex Huntley of Hammond plans to visit USC Saturday January 16, 2019 2020 DL Alex Huntley of Hammond plans to visit USC Saturday. He also told GoVols247 he will visit Tennessee January 26th
  13. Gamecocks back in the picture with DE Kedrick Bingley-Jones January 16, 2019 DE Kedrick Bingley-Jones of Kannapolis, NC decommitted from Florida. He has a USC offer among many others. TheBigSpur reported he will visit USC this Saturday.
  14. USC signee CB Cam Smith still plans to enroll in school early January 16, 2019 USC signee CB Cam Smith still plans to enroll in school early and is just waiting on the go-ahead from the NCAA. Smith said the hold up for him was his SAT score improved quite a bit from his first test to the second, so he had to get the second score validated and sent into the NCAA. That has been done and he expects to hear back from the NCAA later this week or next. He will enroll at that point.

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