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  1. Clemson, Alabama, Georgia all top 10 teams. Texas A&M & Florida next up. Wow!!
  2. South Carolina Early Look At 2019 Schedule "Spring Addition" February 22, 2019 You’ve heard this before, but South Carolina has the pieces to be dangerous. QB Jake Bentley has plenty of talent to work with, but the O line needs a little tweaking. The defensive side is great up front but has a whole lot of work to do in the secondary. (MORE)
  3. ESPN, NCAA.com list Gamecocks right on the edge of tournament field February 22, 2019 Time to put South Carolina on the bubble. At least that’s what a couple “bracketologists” are saying. A day after NCAA.com’s Andy Katz did it, ESPN’s Joe Lunardi has the Gamecocks (14-12, 9-4 SEC) on the edge of making the NCAA Tournament. Katz listed USC on Thursday among his “first four out” for the Big Dance. Lunardi on Friday has the Gamecocks among his first eight out. Carolina has five games left in the regular season, including Saturday’s trip to Mississippi State (19-7, 7-6.) The Gamecocks, after topping Ole Miss on Tuesday, hold a one-game lead for fourth place in the SEC standings. “Let me just throw a number out there,” Frank Martin said Tuesday. “(If a team wins) 12 league games in the SEC and doesn’t get in the NCAA tournament, I think that would be a travesty. I think that would be as sad as sad can be.” KenPom.com gives Carolina at least a 40 percent chance to win four of its final five league games before the SEC tournament in Nashville. USC’s only SEC losses have come against Tennessee (twice), Kentucky and LSU, all teams ranked in the top 13 of this week’s AP Poll. “If they can get to the (NCAA) tournament,” said Ole Miss coach Kermit Davis said, “they sure can win games in the tournament.” A Big Dance trip would be Carolina’s second in three years.
  4. This freshman QB was coached by Connor Shaw’s dad. Now he has a Gamecocks offer February 20, 2019 The last time South Carolina got a scholarship quarterback coached by Lee Shaw, they got the most accomplished passer in school history in his son Connor. On Wednesday, the Gamecocks offered another Shaw pupil in Rabun County passer Gunner Stockton. The 6-foot-1, 202-pound dual-threat passer was a freshman starter for a 11-2 squad, Lee Shaw’s last before retirement. Stockton will still be in the hands of a Shaw, as Jaybo Shaw, Connor’s brother, is moving from offensive coordinator to the head job. Stockton claims offers from Colorado State, Georgia and Georgia Tech. As a freshman, he threw for 2,917 yards, 34 touchdowns and six interceptions. He was also his team’s second-leading rusher with 709 yards and 17 scores. USC has a few other quarterback offers out for the class of 2022, including Memphis freshman Tevin Carter, who was offered in eighth grade and Tennessee passer Ty Simpson, who was offered early in his first high school season. The Gamecocks have already enrolled four-star 2019 QB Ryan Hilinski and have a commitment from 2020 dual-threat passer Luke Doty. Connor Shaw didn’t play quarterback for his father until his junior season, playing receiver before that. He led Flowery Branch to a state final as a junior and state semifinal as a senior. Only a three-star prospect, he developed into a dual-threat playmaker, who posted a 27-5 record as a starter and had 24 touchdowns to one interception as a senior.
  5. Gamecock Friday morning recruiting news February 22, 2019 Gamecocks offered CB Clark Phillips of La Habra, CA. Clemson also has offered along with Georgia, Michigan, Arizona, Arizona State, Tennessee, LSU, Oregon, Notre Dame, BYU and others. Gamecocks offered 2022 QB Gunner Stockton of Tiger, GA. Gamecock target LB De’Rickey Wright of Attallah, AL was offered by Notre Dame and LSU.
  6. DE Tonka Hemingway gives an update February 22, 2019,| Phil Kornblut Sports Updates It’s a wonder DE Tonka Hemingway of Conway can find any time to deal with his recruiting. He went right from football season to basketball season. And when his basketball team was eliminated from the playoffs this week, he stepped directly into baseball. He’s a first baseman and catcher. As for his recruiting activities, Hemingway said his most recent visit was to Wake Forest a couple of weeks ago. “It was a good experience,” Hemingway said. “They have a lot of good things to offer me. I like their facilities and all the new ones that are being built.” Hemingway said he doesn’t have anything else set for visits right now but he plans to see Duke and North Carolina at some point. He also plans to return to USC as soon as he can. USC remains in regular contact with Hemingway and Will Muschamp is encouraging him to come to Columbia and help in his building process. He’s also hearing from defensive coordinator Travaris Robinson and new defensive line coach John Scott who he has not yet met. “They like me and they want me to come there. They want me to come the new facility that they got built,” he said. Clemson, Hemingway said, has not been in touch outside of some letters, but he said he does plan to get up there for a visit. He said Clemson coaches came thru his school in January and talked to his coaches. USC and Wake Forest are the two showing Hemingway the strongest interest at this point. He also has offers from Maryland, NC State, North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Duke, Ole Miss, Louisville and others. Hemingway say he’s not seen enough of the schools to settle on favorites right now. “I’m just trying to visit the schools and get to know and find out what type of environment that I like.” He said he plans to make his commitment the week of his first game in August.
  7. THE DAILY CROW | Chris previews the Gamecocks weekend series against Utah Valley February 21, 2019 What does South Carolina need to work on before next weekend’s rivalry series? Chris previews the Gamecocks weekend series against Utah Valley.
  8. WBB GAMECOCK-GAMEDAY THREAD: ***South Carolina vs. Kentucky ***February 21, 2019 -7:00 p.m.*** Who: No. 13 South Carolina (19-6, 11-1 SEC) vs. No. 16 Kentucky (21-5 8-4 SEC) When: 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 21 Where: Colonial Life Arena Watch: SEC Network RADIO: 1320 AM IN COLUMBIA AREA SERIES HISTORY: SOUTH CAROLINA TRAILS KENTUCKY IN THE ALL-TIME SERIES, 31-33, BUT HAS WON NINE IN A ROW AGAINST THE WILDCATS AND HAS NOT LOST TO UK AT HOME SINCE JANUARY 2012. LAST MEETING: EARLIER THIS SEASON, SOUTH CAROLINA TRAVELED TO LEXINGTON AND OVERCAME A SLUGGISH START AND SLOPPY FINISH TO BEAT KENTUCKY, 74-70. ALEXIS JENNINGS LED THE GAMECOCKS WITH 18 POINTS AND 12 REBOUNDS. Projections: South Carolina is favored by 1 point by basketball bracketologist Warren Nolan, 4.5 points by Massey Ratings. South Carolina projected starting lineup: Junior guard Tyasha Harris, redshirt junior guard Te’a Cooper, redshirt senior guard Bianca Cuevas-Moore, redshirt senior forward Alexis Jennings, junior forward Mikiah Herbert Harrigan Kentucky projected starting lineup: Senior guard Maci Morris, senior guard Taylor Murray, freshman guard Rhyne Howard, sophomore forward Tatyana Wyatt, sophomore forward KeKe McKinney STORYLINES Lessons from last time: When the Gamecocks and Wildcats faced off on Jan. 31, South Carolina led by as many as 17 points in the fourth quarter and seemed well on its way to a statement win before Kentucky mounted a furious 24-11 run to end the game, closing to within three points in the final seconds and giving USC a bit of a scare. What particularly concerned coach Dawn Staley after the game were the three turnovers Carolina committed in the final 1:02 of the game, giving Kentucky life when the final result should have been settled. Looking ahead to Thursday’s game, however, Staley expressed confidence that those issues won’t repeat themselves. “That’s really uncharacteristic of us, so hopefully it doesn’t rear its ugly head again,” Staley said. “I think we’re at a good place. They’re locked in. We got players, we can go 12, 13 deep with a team like this and hopefully we’ll find somebody on the bench that’s going to be able to execute.” That sentiment was seconded by redshirt senior forward Alexis Jennings. “I felt like we could have done a better job of boxing out. Late in the game, they got some key rebounds, they cut the lead and they got them pretty close, but we’ve capitalized on that and we’ve had two great days of preparation, so I feel like we’re going to do really well going into the game,” Jennings said. Post play vs. guards: South Carolina has built a reputation as a guard-oriented team this season, using three point guards in its starting five. But Kentucky is one of the few teams in the SEC against which the Gamecocks are better served focusing on their forwards, especially on offense, Staley said. “That is our advantage, to play in the paint, pound it in there, see if they can stop us. They do have some really good guards that put us back on our heels and they can knock down 3-point shots, so they can spread you out,” Staley said. Chief among those guards for Kentucky is freshman Rhyne Howard, who leads the team in both scoring and rebounding. Containing her was an emphasis in the teams’ first meeting, and it will be so again on Thursday. “I thought we had her under control for the most part, and then towards the end of the game, she hit some big shots for them,” Staley said of the first matchup. “She was just who we saw on film.” For South Carolina, Jennings will be relied upon to keep up her strong play of late — against UK on Jan. 31, she had 18 points, and this past Sunday against Florida, she had a season-high 22 points. Of her last eight games, she’s scored in double figures in seven. “I’m feeling really comfortable. My teammates are finding me in good positions, and when they put me in good positions I’m able to do good things, so I’m very grateful for that,” Jennings said. At the other forward position for USC, junior Mikiah Herbert Harrigan has regressed slightly after putting up eight double-digit scoring performances in a row earlier this year. Over her last five games, she’s averaged 6.4 points, 4.0 rebounds and 0.5 blocks per game, all below her season average. “Just emotionally, she’s been inconsistent with how she’s been able to let things roll off her back and continue to play,” Staley said. “I think she’s feeling a little bit of pressure to perform. And you want that, you don’t want her to lie down and die. She wants to do something about it, and she gets pretty frustrated when she’s not able to hit shots like she normally does. But I think there’s other areas in the game in which she can be productive — rebounding and defending. She’s making a concerted effort to do that in practice at least.” Postseason positioning: USC is locked into a top-four spot in the SEC standings, guaranteeing Staley’s team a double-bye in the conference tourney. Defeating Kentucky would ensure the Gamecocks could finish no worse than second in the league. It would also give South Carolina a pair of wins against the same ranked opponent and bolster the team’s momentum heading into a final stretch in which it is trying to secure a top-16 hosting seed and favorable regional in the NCAA tournament. “I like to play teams that have a high RPI, that’s a tournament team. I like to play them twice because they can boost your schedule,” Staley said of playing Kentucky again. “They can boost your RPI, they can make your profile, your resume look a lot better than if you played somebody that’s not a winning basketball team.”
  9. Five offensive storylines to follow entering spring practice February 22, 2019 South Carolina begins spring football practice on Wednesday. The Gamecocks were 7-6 a year ago. The spring game will be held April 6 at noon and broadcast by the SEC Network. Here are the top five storylines surrounding the Gamecocks offense headed into spring: THE BACKUP QUARTERBACK If South Carolina coaches get their wish, no quarterback other than senior Jake Bentley will play a meaningful snap in 2019. There is not a competition for the starting job, but the backup spot looks totally up for grabs. The contenders are redshirt freshman Dakereon Joyner, sophomore Jay Urich and early enrollee freshman Ryan Hilinski. Joyner was South Carolina’s Mr. Football in 2017; Hilinski was one of the top quarterback recruits in the country last year. If Hilinski jumps in line and wins the backup job, it could prompt Joyner to change positions or even consider a transfer. For that reason alone, it’s likely the Gamecocks will exit spring without naming a No. 2 at the position. WIDE RECEIVER SHAKEUP Leading receiver Deebo Samuel is gone, clearing the way for Bryan Edwards to take on the No. 1 target role in his final season. Edwards has had at least 44 catches and 590 yards in his previous three seasons and seems up to the task. The bigger questions are what OrTre Smith will look like after missing most of last year with a knee injury, whether Shi Smith can take up all the slack left by Samuel’s exit and if sophomore Josh Vann can go from a freshman who showed flashes to a reliable No. 3 or 4 target. WHO WILL PLAY LEFT TACKLE? Sadarius Hutcherson, who has played guard the last two seasons, probably will get the first look. The junior doesn’t have a typical tackle frame, but he’s been the team’s most consistent lineman the last two years. Sophomore Dylan Wonnum, who started seven games as a true freshman at right tackle, could also get a look on the left side. Sophomore Jordan Carty and redshirt freshman Max Iyama also are options, Muschamp said. RICO DOWDLE’S LAST STAND The senior running back has a new position coach in Thomas Brown, who already has hinted that all the tailbacks underachieved last season, and no longer has competition from Ty’Son Williams, who is transferring, and perhaps A.J. Turner, who ended last season playing defensive back. Brown wants a clear No. 1 running back to emerge, and it seems like the decks are clearing for Dowdle to be that person. He’s had six 100-yard games in his career and had a career-high of 226 in 2016, but he’s also gone through periods of ineffectiveness. He’s got one more chance to have a statement season. WILL A TE EMERGE FROM PACK? In 2018, South Carolina went from Hayden Hurst, a first round NFL Draft pick, to tight end-by-committee, and it will probably rely on that same approach again this season. Jacob August is gone, but Kiel Pollard, K.C. Crosby and Kyle Markway all return. Meanwhile, tight end Evan Hinson has given up basketball to focus solely on football and to try and gain a larger role. Pollard led that group with 15 catches for 181 yards last year. Crosby added 11 catches for 101 yards.
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  13. South Carolina Early Look At 2019 Schedule "Spring Addition" February 22, 2019 You’ve heard this before, but South Carolina has the pieces to be dangerous. QB Jake Bentley has plenty of talent to work with, but the O line needs a little tweaking. The defensive side is great up front but has a whole lot of work to do in the secondary. USC might be better, but … Alabama, at Missouri, at Georgia, Florida, at Tennessee, at Texas A&M, Clemson. Can the Gamecocks be good enough to win at least four of those, and not trip up against a Kentucky, North Carolina, or Appalachian State? The projected win total will be among the bigger investment question marks of the offseason. – It’s a rough non-conference slate, considering the Gamecocks are opening things up against Mack Brown’s North Carolina team in Charlotte to kick things off. Charleston Southern is the break, but Appalachian State in early November is certainly no peach, and then there’s that massive matzo ball at the end of the regular season when Clemson comes to Columbia. – Not only do the Gamecocks have to face the defending national champs, but they get the brutal break of dealing with Alabama from the West to kick off SEC play. At least that’s at home, unlike the road game at Texas A&M to close out the conference season. – They aren’t a slew of good breaks against the East, either. Florida is a home game, but so are the Vanderbilt and Kentucky games, meaning USC has to go on the road to play Georgia, Missouri, and Tennessee. Out of the final ten games, the Vols are the only team that didn’t go bowling. Regular Season Play Early Spring Win Total Outlook: 7-5 Last Year Record: 7-5
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    Key areas to keep an eye on during spring practice

    Yes OL is a bit of a worry. Running back is solid, not great hopefully in the 2020 recruiting cycle the Gamecocks can have a big upgrade. I feel good about the Gamecocks wideouts.
  15. Key areas to keep an eye on during spring practice February 20, 2019, Henry Fusco Position battles this spring to keep an eye on The start of South Carolina's 2019 spring practice is a few days away, time to put the 2018 season in the books and look ahead to this season's team. While position battles often go through the summer and into fall practice, spring practice is a huge opportunity it can be a starting point for players to get the opportunity to get a leg up on their competition for those positions that are in need of help. (MORE)
  16. Yes, this loss has put a dent in the Gamecock quest to win the SEC regular-season title.
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  19. One metric has South Carolina as a top-20 team in 2019 … but that schedule February 21, 2019 THE STATE South Carolina football coach Will Muschamp said he expects the 2019 Gamecocks to be his best team yet in Columbia. The S&P+ projections, a system devised by SBNation’s Bill Connolly, seem to agree. The metric, which weighs recent success, returning production and recruiting, has USC projected as the No. 18 team owing to strong recruiting (19th) and a high level of recruiting production (20th, although that might not account for Ty’Son Williams leaving). The system was bearish on Muschamp’s first two teams, which overachieved, and was less high than most on the 2018 squad that fell short of expectations. And while the numbers expect a top-20 offense and top-40 defense, the schedule will likely mean a team that ranks among the top 20 in efficiency might not have a record to match. The No. 1, 2 and 3 teams in the projections? They’re on the Gamecocks schedule. Also on there: No. 6, 14, 16 and 21, all on the road. Using S&P+, one can even get a sense of how the lines against FBS team might look for the Gamecocks. ▪ Vs. North Carolina (in Charlotte): South Carolina favored by 11.7 ▪ Vs. Alabama: South Carolina a 17.5-point underdog ▪ At Missouri: South Carolina a 5.6-point underdog ▪ Vs. Kentucky: South Carolina favored by 9.1 ▪ At Georgia: South Carolina a 18.8-point underdog ▪ Vs. Florida: South Carolina a 6.7-point underdog ▪ At Tennessee: South Carolina a 1-point underdog ▪ Vs. Vanderbilt: South Carolina favored by 12.7 ▪ Vs. Appalachian State: South Carolina favored by 7.5 ▪ At Texas A&M: South Carolina a 6.8-point underdog ▪ Vs. Clemson: South Carolina a 12-point underdog That puts USC as an underdog seven times, though in four of those games it’s by less than one touchdown. In the four FBS games in which the Gamecocks are favored, two are against Kentucky, which South Carolina hasn’t beaten since 2013, and Appalachian State, an 11-win team in 2018 that is now breaking in a new coach. The Gamecocks return more than a few solid pieces. They’ll have three of their top four backs from the last few years, four of their top five most targeted pass catchers, three returning offensive linemen, OrTre Smith coming off injury and Jake Bentley back. Replacing Deebo Samuel is a big question, but considering the hype that’s built around the group each of the past two seasons, it could be a solid unit. The defense was badly banged up by injuries and struggled late, but could reap the benefit of younger players seeing time. Seventeen players who made at least 10 tackles last season return, including almost the entire linebacker group, a set of talented defensive backs and a line that includes eight players who were four- of five-star recruits. All this leaves the question of what will count as progress in Muschamp’s fourth season. His second year was a surprise, when a schedule softened and a bowl victory provided a ninth win. His third season opened with expectations, but came apart with inconsistent play, injuries and a slate that grew much harder than expected. USC played the 10th-hardest schedule in the country last season, and it only projected to get harder. Even if the team gets stronger, it might not show just yet.
  20. Which Gamecocks gained and lost the most weight this offseason? February 21, 2019 South Carolina football released its full roster for 2019 spring practice this week, and that meant an important batch of data. Who among these Gamecocks are bigger or smaller? The listed weight changes were as high as 22 pounds lost or 21 gained. Twelve played moved at least 10 pounds in one direction or the other, five who are scholarship players. Biggest weight gainers: DL Cameron Johnson up 21 from 289 to 310 Buck Donovan Writ up 18 from 222 to 240 Defensive back Jamel Cook up 16 from 186 to 202 Kicker Eddie Buckhouse up 13 from 147 to 160 Wide receiver Bailey Hart up 12 from 173 to 185 Linebacker Noah Vincent up 11 from 209 to 220 Wide receiver Trey Adkins up 11 from 158 to 169 Defensive tackle Rick Sandidge up 10 from 285 to 295 The most interesting changes here are Sandidge and Cook. A transfer from Southern Cal, Cook was pretty skinny at his previous weight and 6-foot-4 pounds. Getting to 202 won’t make him a massive body, but couldn’t hurt in run support when he finally sees the field. Sandidge was always going to be a more explosive interior presence than a space-eater, but moving closer to 300 can’t hurt in the thick of the action. Biggest weight losers: Tight end Patrick Reedy down 22 pounds from 270 to 248 Defensive end Kingsley Enagbare down 20 pounds from 285 to Defensive end Tyreek Johnson down 15 from 270 to 255 Linebacker Eldridge Thompson down 14 pounds from 229 to 215 The last three are notable because each could factor in some way or another. Enagbare and Johnson were both bigger defensive ends who bulked up to play tackle. Dropping the weight could help fit them back at the end spots potentially. The Thompson situation is also worth watching as he was undersized out of junior college and missed most of last season with a shoulder injury.
  21. South Carolina Gamecocks Football Roster Last updated: Feb. 21, 2019 *=redshirted ^=walk-on $=former walk-on #=scholarship transfer # Name Pos. Yr. Ht. Wt. Class Stars RR Hometown (last school) 3 Ryan Hilinski QB Fr. 6-3 230 2019 4 6.0 Orange, Calif. (Orange Lutheran) 3 Javon Kinlaw DT Sr. 6-6 302 2017 3 5.7 Charleston, S.C. (Jones CC) 4 Jaylin Dickerson S So*. 6-1 190 2017 3 5.6 Southern Pines, N.C. (Pinecrest) 4 Darius Douglas QB So.* 6-0 196 ^ Moncks Corner, S.C. (Berkeley) 5 Rico Dowdle RB Sr. 6-0 210 2016 3 5.6 Asheville, N.C. (A.C. Reynolds) 5 Keir Thomas DE Sr. 6-2 276 2016 3 5.7 Miami, Fla. (Miami Central) 6 T.J. Brunson LB Sr. 6-1 235 2016 3 5.6 Columbia, S.C. (Richland Northeast) 6 Josh Vann WR So. 5-10 192 2018 4 5.8 Tucker, Ga. (Tucker) 7 Jaycee Horn CB So. 6-1 200 2018 4 5.8 Alpharetta, Ga. (Alpharetta) 7 Dakereon Joyner QB Fr.* 6-1 205 2018 4 5.8 North Charleston, S.C. (Fort Dorchester) 8 Randrecous Davis WR Jr.* 5-10 190 2016 4 5.8 Atlanta, Ga. (Mays) 8 D.J. Wonnum B/S Sr. 6-5 255 2016 3 5.5 Stone Mountain, Ga. (Stephenson) 10 R.J. Roderick S So. 6-0 200 2018 3 5.6 Summerville, S.C. (Cane Bay) 10 Jay Urich QB So* 6-5 205 2017 3 5.7 Greenville, S.C. (Wren) 11 Corbett Glick QB Fr.* 6-1 200 ^ Columbia, S.C. (Hammond) 11 Eldridge Thompson LB Sr.* 6-1 215 2017 3 5.5 Houston, Texas (Coffeeville CC) 12 Kevin Pickens S Sr.* 5-8 185 ^ Anderson, S.C. (T.L. Hanna) 13 Shi Smith WR Jr. 5-10 186 2017 4 5.8 Union, S.C. (Union County) 14 Deshaun Fenwick RB Fr.* 6-1 225 2018 3 5.7 Bradenton, Fla. (Braden River) 15 Evan Hinson TE Jr.* 6-4 235 2016 3 5.6 Deltona, Fla. (Deltona) 15 Aaron Sterling DE Jr. 6-1 246 2017 4 5.8 Atlanta, Ga. (Tucker) 16 Rodricus Fitten B/S Fr. 6-1 235 2019 3 5.7 Atlanta, Ga. (Booker T. Washington) 16 Bailey Hart WR Jr.* 6-3 185 ^ Mt. Pleasant, S.C. (Wando) 18 OrTre Smith WR So.* 6-4 224 2017 4 5.9 Mt. Pleasant, S.C. (Wando) 19 Jake Bentley QB Sr. 6-4 220 2016 4 5.8 Opelika, Ala. (Opelika) 19 Brad Johnson B/S Jr. 6-2 245 2017 3 5.7 Pendleton, S.C. (Pendleton) 20 Joseph Charlton P Sr.* 6-5 193 2015 3 5.5 Columbia, S.C. (A.C. Flora) 21 Jamyest Williams S Jr. 5-8 176 2017 4 5.9 Dacula, Ga. (Grayson) 23 Derek Boykins LB Fr. 6-1 226 2019 3 5.6 Concord, N.C. (Central Cabarrus) 24 Israel Mukuamu CB So. 6-4 205 2018 3 5.7 Bossier City, La. (Parkway) 25 A.J. Turner S Sr.* 5-10 190 2015 3 5.7 Clifton, Va. (Centreville) 26 Zacch Pickens DE Fr. 6-3 293 2019 5 6.1 Anderson, S.C. (T.L. Hanna) 28 Joe Thomas RB Fr.* 5-9 180 ^ Hoschton, Ga. (Mill Creek) 29 J.T. Ibe S Sr.* 5-10 195 # Mansfield, Texas (Rice) 30 Damani Staley LB Jr. 6-0 220 2017 3 5.5 Columbia, S.C. (Ridge View) 31 Jamel Cook CB Jr.* 6-4 202 # Miami, Fla. (Southern Cal) 31 Lavonte Valentine RB Fr.* 6-0 195 2018 3 5.7 Melbourne, Fla. (Central Catholic) 32 Caleb Kinlaw RB Sr.* 5-10 190 ^ Goose Creek, S.C. (Pearl River CC) 33 Zay Brown LB So.* 5-11 207 2017 3 5.5 Athens, Ga. (Clarke Central) 33 Slade Carroll RB So.* 5-9 202 ^ Lexington, S.C. (Lexington) 34 Mon Denson RB Sr.* 5-10 210 2015 3 5.7 LaGrange, Ga. (LaGrange) 35 Trey Adkins WR Fr.* 5-10 169 ^ Simpsonville, S.C. (Hillcrest) 35 Daniel Fennell B/S Sr.* 6-2 245 2015 3 5.7 Loganville, Ga. (Grayson) 36 Jonathan Gipson S Fr.* 6-1 190 2018 3 5.6 Hoschton, Ga. (Mill Creek) 36 Christian Kinsley P Jr.* 6-2 250 ^ Lexington, S.C. (Kennesaw St.) 39 Kevin Harris RB Fr. 5-10 235 2019 3 5.7 Hinesville, Ga. (Bradwell Institute) 39 Dawson Hoffman S Fr.* 5-11 204 ^ Spartanburg, S.C. (Dorman) 40 Eddie Buckhouse K Fr.* 5-8 160 ^ Florence, S.C. (Trinity-Byrnes Collegiate) 41 Caleb Jenerette TE So.* 6-2 228 ^ Aynor, S.C. (Aynor) 42 Rosendo Louis LB So. 6-2 247 2018 3 5.6 Deerfield Beach, Fla. (Deerfield Beach) 42 Alexander Woznick K Jr.* 5-11 158 ^ Greenville, S.C. (Eastside) 43 Parker White K Jr.* 6-5 201 ^ Mt. Pleasant, S.C. (Wando) 44 Sherrod Greene LB Jr. 6-1 228 2017 3 5.7 Rocky Mount, N.C. (Rocky Mount) 45 Spencer Eason-Riddle LB Jr.* 6-0 225 ^ Raleigh, N.C. (Leesville Road) 45 Bailey Rogers WR Jr.* 5-9 169 ^ Piedmont, S.C. (Furman) 46 Patrick Reedy TE Fr.* 6-7 248 ^ Columbia, S.C. (Cardinal Newman) 46 Noah Vincent LB Fr.* 6-1 220 ^ Buford, S.C. (Buford) 47 Cole Hanna K Fr.* 5-7 178 ^ Norcross, Ga. (Norcross) 47 Jordan Villafane DB So.* 5-10 175 ^ East Stroudsburg, Pa. (Bloomsburg) 48 Sean McGonigal LB So.* 6-1 225 ^ Myrtle Beach, S.C. (Myrtle Beach) 48 Will Tommie K Sr.* 5-10 160 ^ Greenwood, S.C. (Tusculum) 49 Khris Pam DB Jr.* 6-0 180 ^ Greenwood, S.C. (Tusculum) 50 Griffin Gentry DE Jr.* 6-1 270 2016 2 5.3 Birmingham, Ala. (Homewood) 50 Sadarius Hutcherson G Jr.* 6-4 312 2016 3 5.6 Huntingdon, Tenn. (Huntingdon) 51 Maxwell Iyama T Fr.* 6-5 315 2018 4 5.8 Murfreesboro, Tenn. (Siegel) 51 Donovan Wirt B/S So.* 6-2 240 ^ Raeford, N.C. (UNC-Pembroke) 52 J.J. Enagbare DT So. 6-4 265 2018 3 5.7 Atlanta, Ga. (Hapeville Charter) 52 Jaylen Nichols T Fr. 6-5 315 2019 3 5.5 Charlotte, N.C. (Myers Park) 53 Ernest Jones LB So. 6-2 230 2018 3 5.5 Waycross, Ga. (Ware County) 54 Jovaughn Gwyn G Fr.* 6-2 305 2018 4 5.8 Charlotte, N.C. (Harding University) 57 Jazuun Outlaw DE Jr.* 6-2 235 ^ Dillion, S.C. (Dillon) 59 Alex DeLoach B/S So.* 6-3 210 ^ Summerville, S.C. (Ashley Ridge) 60 Chandler Farrell C Jr.* 6-3 289 $ Summerville, S.C. (Summerville) 61 Cameron Johnson T Jr.* 6-6 310 ^ Bennettsville, S.C. (Marlboro County) 68 Wyatt Campbell G Fr.* 6-6 310 2018 3 5.5 Elgin, S.C. (Lugoff-Elgin) 70 Hank Manos C Fr.* 6-4 287 2018 3 5.6 Chapin, S.C. (Chapin) 71 Eric Douglas G So.* 6-4 300 2017 3 5.7 Charlotte, N.C. (Mallard Creek) 72 Donell Stanley G Sr.* 6-3 322 2014 4 5.8 Floydale, S.C. (Latta) 73 Summie Carlay G So.* 6-5 295 2017 3 5.7 Laurens, S.C. (Laurens) 75 Jordon Carty T So.* 6-7 323 2017 3 5.7 Lauderdale Lakes, Fla. (South Broward) 76 Jordan Rhodes G So.* 6-4 325 2017 2 5.4 Fairburn, Ga. (Creekside) 79 Dylan Wonnum T So. 6-5 311 2018 4 5.9 Tucker, Ga. (Tucker) 81 Darius Rush WR Fr.* 6-2 185 2018 3 5.5 Greeleyville, S.C. (C.E. Murray) 82 Keshawn Toney TE Fr. 6-2 235 2019 3 5.6 Williston, S.C. (Williston-Elko) 83 Chavis Dawkins WR Sr. 6-2 220 2016 2 5.4 Duncan, S.C. (Byrnes) 84 Kyle Markway TE Jr.* 6-4 243 2015 3 5.5 St. Louis, Mo. (St. John Vianney) 85 Michael Almond P Sr.* 6-3 222 ^ North Augusta, Ga. (Westminster) 86 Chad Terrell WR So.* 6-3 216 2017 4 5.8 Bogue Chitto, Miss. (North Paulding) 87 Kiel Pollard TE Sr. 6-1 232 2016 4 5.8 Moultrie, Ga. (Colquitt County) 88 Will Register TE So.* 6-4 245 2017 4 5.8 Chapin, S.C. (Chapin) 89 Bryan Edwards WR Sr. 6-3 215 2016 4 5.8 Conway, S.C. (Conway) 90 Rick Sandidge DT So. 6-5 295 2018 4 6.0 Concord, N.C. (Concord) 92 Tyreek Johnson DT Fr.* 6-3 255 2018 Sumter, S.C. (Lakewood) 93 Joseph Anderson DE Fr. 6-3 270 2019 4 5.9 Murfreesboro, Tenn. (Oakland) 94 M.J. Webb DT So.* 6-3 294 2017 4 5.8 Rutledge, Ga. (Morgan County) 95 Kobe Smith DT Sr. 6-2 297 2016 3 5.7 Lawrenceville, Ga. (Archer) 97 Devontae Davis DE Jr. 6-3 284 2019 3 5.7 New Ellenton, S.C. (Georgia Military) 99 Jabari Ellis DT Jr.* 6-3 272 2018 3 5.7 Vance, S.C. (Georgia Military)
  22. LISTEN LIVE TO GAMECOCK BASEBALL Friday, February 22, 2019, at 4:00 pm Utah Valley at South Carolina Gamecocks Baseball 2/21/2019 | GCF Staff Report Gamecocks To Host Utah Valley This Weekend for a Three-Game Series The Gamecocks and Wolverines begin the series on Friday afternoon at 4 p.m. Story Links GAME NOTES (PDF) UTAH VALLEY GAME NOTES SEASON STATS (PDF) LIVE VIDEO LIVE STATS TICKETS COLUMBIA, S.C. -- The University of South Carolina baseball team hosts Utah Valley in a three-game series at Founders Park this weekend. The series begins on Friday afternoon (Feb. 22) at 4 p.m. and continues Saturday afternoon (Feb. 23) at 2 p.m. The three-game set wraps up Sunday afternoon (Feb. 24) at 1:30 p.m. All three games will be streamed on SEC Network Plus with Burch Antley and Kip Bouknight on the call. All games will be broadcast on The Game 107.5 FM with Derek Scott, Drew Meyer and Tommy Moody on the call. The Gamecocks scored eight unanswered runs to climb out a 6-0 hole and defeat Winthrop, 8-6, on Tuesday night (Feb. 19). Wednesday's contest against Presbyterian was cancelled due to inclement weather. PARKING INFORMATION > For the third straight season, shuttle parking for the University of South Carolina baseball season will be operational at the Key Road Gravel Lot (1105 Key Road) and in Lot B of the Colonial Life Arena parking lot. Shuttles will begin running two hours prior to game time. We strongly recommend that fans use the baseball shuttle from Key Road to Founders Park over the CLA shuttle for the convenience, spacious parking (650 spaces) and less congestion than at the arena. Please remember that at the arena, shuttle parking will be limited to 50 spaces because of the student demand for parking in this area. There is a high student demand Monday through Thursday that lasts until 7 p.m. because of classes. Lots A and B are also reserved for men's and women's basketball parking on Feb. 19, 26, March 3 and March 9.(NOTE: THE CLA LOT WILL BE CLOSED FOR FRIDAY'S GAME DUE TO AN EVENT AT THE ARENA.) For GPS purposes, the address for the Key Road Gravel Lot is 1105 Key Road, Columbia, SC 29201. BUSINESS LOTS DURING AFTERNOON GAMES Business lot parking passes will be honored in Lot 1 ONLY for the Feb. 15, 19, 20, 22 and 26 afternoon baseball games based on availability. The businesses at 405 (Lot 9) and 401 (Lot 10) Huger Street request that you begin parking at 5:30 p.m. on weekdays. Other business lots open at 5 p.m. on weekdays. Parking is allowed in Lot 8 (the Cregger lot) on the Williams St. side for the afternoon early games. GAME DAY PARKING INFORMATION (including public game day lots (PGDL: $10/$5 per game)) Weekday 4 p.m. Games (Feb. 15, 19, 20, 22, 26) Game time: 4 p.m. Stadium opens: 2:30 p.m. Business Lots Open: 5/5:30 p.m. Lot 1, STDM, HDG PDGL Open: 1 p.m. Bus Shuttle for Patrons: 2 p.m. Weekdays Game Time: 7 p.m. Stadium Opens: 5:30 p.m. Business Lots Open: 5/5:30 p.m. Lot 1, STDM, HDG PGDL Open: 4 p.m. Bus Shuttle for Patrons: 5 p.m. Saturday Game Time: 4 p.m. Stadium Opens: 2:30 p.m. Business Lots Open: 1 p.m. Lot 1, STDM, HDG PGDL Open: 1 p.m. Bus Shuttle for Patrons: 2 p.m. Sunday Game Time: 1:30 p.m. Stadium Opens: Noon Business Lots Open: 10:30 a.m. Lot 1, STDM, HDG PGDL Open: 10:30 a.m. Bus Shuttle for Patrons: 11:30 a.m. PROBABLE PITCHING ROTATION Friday South Carolina Carmen Mlodzinski (So. RHP) 0-0, 6.23 ERA, 4.1 IP, 3 BB, 3 SO Utah Valley Jake Carr (Sr. RHP) 0-1, 6.75 ERA, 4.0 IP, 2 BB, 8 SO Saturday South Carolina Dylan Harley (Fr. LHP) 0-0, 16.88 ERA, 2.2 IP, 5 BB, 5 SO Utah Valley Paxton Schultz (Jr. RHP) 0-0, 3.86 ERA, 7.0 IP, 2 BB, 7 SO Sunday South Carolina Reid Morgan (Jr. RHP) 0-0, 1.50 ERA, 6.0 IP, 0 BB, 3 SO Utah Valley Walker Ramsey (Sr. RHP) 0-1, 5.68 ERA, 6.1 IP, 3 BB, 5 SO SCOUTING UTAH VALLEY Utah Valley opens its 2019 season this past weekend with three games at Fresno State. The Wolverines won the middle game of the series, 4-3, as Drew Sims had a pair of hits and Alexander Marco drove in two runs. Paxton Schultz, Saturday's starter, struck out seven in seven innings of work as Utah Valley scored a run in the ninth to break the 3-all tie. Michael Beltran leads UVU with a .333 batting average while Marco has three RBI. Trevor Howell has two of the Wolverines' three doubles on the season. On the mound, the three starters that Utah Valley will trot out this weekend combined for 20 strikeouts against Fresno State. The Wolverines were picked to finish ninth in the WAC Preseason Poll. THE SERIES This is the first meeting on the diamond between Carolina and Utah Valley. The only time the Gamecocks have played a school in the current Western Athletic Conference setup was in 2011, when Carolina faced Cal State Bakersfield in a three-game series. The Gamecocks won the first two games by scores of 5-1 and 5-2 but dropped the series finale, 8-3. CAROLINA COMES BACK TO BEAT WINTHROP Carolina was down to Winthrop, 6-0, after two-and-a-half innings of play but chipped away at the Eagle lead before going ahead in the sixth on its way to am 8-6 win on Tuesday, Feb. 19. Carolina scored single runs in the third and fourth, two runs in the fifth and three in the sixth before adding insurance with a run in the eighth frame. Luke Berryhill brought in the game-winning run with a two-run single in the sixth. He joined TJ Hopkins and Noah Campbell with two hits in the contest as Carolina moved to 3-1 on the year. BULLPEN SOLID IN FIRST FOUR GAMES The South Carolina bullpen has a 1.50 ERA and allowed just one of 13 inherited runners to score after four games this season. The Gamecock pen has 35 strikeouts compared to just six walks in 24 innings pitched and carries a .141 opponent's batting average. Sawyer Bridges has a 1.80 ERA, seven strikeouts and a save in five innings pitched, while Parker Coyne and Brett Kerry have combined for 11 strikeouts in six scoreless innings for Carolina. SEC LEADERS TJ Hopkins dots the top-10 lists in many categories as of Feb. 20. Hopkins is tied for second in total bases with 16, while is 1.000 slugging percentage is tied for sixth. He is also tied for fourth with seven runs scored and in a 12-way tied for second, along with Jacob Olson, with two home runs. Brady Allen is tied for sixth with five walks. On the mound, Hayden Lehman is tied for the SEC lead with three appearances, while Sawyer Bridges is tied for ninth with a .188 opponent's batting average. As a team, SC is 11th in batting average and ERA and 12th in fielding percentage. ALLEN GOES YARD IN FIRST GAMECOCK AT-BAT Freshman Brady Allen's first collegiate at-bat was a memorable one, as the Lakeland, Fla., native belted a three-run home run in the second inning, scoring Jacob Olson and Luke Berryhill. Allen was 2-for-4 with three RBI and a walk in the opener. SENIORS SLUG IN LIBERTY SERIES TJ Hopkins and Jacob Olson both hit a pair of home runs in the season opening weekend against Liberty (Feb. 15). The seniors both have a 1.000 slugging percentage after three games. Olson had both home runs in Saturday's 13-7 win. He also drove in four RBI. Hopkins had a home run to straightaway center field in the eighth inning on Friday afternoon and then had a solo shot in the fourth inning on Sunday, which was Carolina's first hit of the day. Olson now has 20 career home runs while Hopkins has 10 in his Carolina tenure. UP NEXT The Gamecocks wrap up their season-opening homestand on Tuesday afternoon (Feb. 26), hosting Appalachian State at 4 p.m. South Carolina then will prepare for its annual three-game series vs. Clemson, which starts in the Upstate on Friday, March 1 at 6 p.m.
  23. Baseball 2/21/2019 | GCF Staff Report Gamecocks To Host Utah Valley This Weekend for a Three-Game Series The Gamecocks and Wolverines begin the series on Friday afternoon at 4 p.m. Story Links GAME NOTES (PDF) UTAH VALLEY GAME NOTES SEASON STATS (PDF) LIVE VIDEO LIVE STATS TICKETS COLUMBIA, S.C. -- The University of South Carolina baseball team hosts Utah Valley in a three-game series at Founders Park this weekend. The series begins on Friday afternoon (Feb. 22) at 4 p.m. and continues Saturday afternoon (Feb. 23) at 2 p.m. The three-game set wraps up Sunday afternoon (Feb. 24) at 1:30 p.m. All three games will be streamed on SEC Network Plus with Burch Antley and Kip Bouknight on the call. All games will be broadcast on The Game 107.5 FM with Derek Scott, Drew Meyer and Tommy Moody on the call. The Gamecocks scored eight unanswered runs to climb out a 6-0 hole and defeat Winthrop, 8-6, on Tuesday night (Feb. 19). Wednesday's contest against Presbyterian was cancelled due to inclement weather. PARKING INFORMATION > For the third straight season, shuttle parking for the University of South Carolina baseball season will be operational at the Key Road Gravel Lot (1105 Key Road) and in Lot B of the Colonial Life Arena parking lot. Shuttles will begin running two hours prior to game time. We strongly recommend that fans use the baseball shuttle from Key Road to Founders Park over the CLA shuttle for the convenience, spacious parking (650 spaces) and less congestion than at the arena. Please remember that at the arena, shuttle parking will be limited to 50 spaces because of the student demand for parking in this area. There is a high student demand Monday through Thursday that lasts until 7 p.m. because of classes. Lots A and B are also reserved for men's and women's basketball parking on Feb. 19, 26, March 3 and March 9.(NOTE: THE CLA LOT WILL BE CLOSED FOR FRIDAY'S GAME DUE TO AN EVENT AT THE ARENA.) For GPS purposes, the address for the Key Road Gravel Lot is 1105 Key Road, Columbia, SC 29201. BUSINESS LOTS DURING AFTERNOON GAMES Business lot parking passes will be honored in Lot 1 ONLY for the Feb. 15, 19, 20, 22 and 26 afternoon baseball games based on availability. The businesses at 405 (Lot 9) and 401 (Lot 10) Huger Street request that you begin parking at 5:30 p.m. on weekdays. Other business lots open at 5 p.m. on weekdays. Parking is allowed in Lot 8 (the Cregger lot) on the Williams St. side for the afternoon early games. GAME DAY PARKING INFORMATION (including public game day lots (PGDL: $10/$5 per game)) Weekday 4 p.m. Games (Feb. 15, 19, 20, 22, 26) Game time: 4 p.m. Stadium opens: 2:30 p.m. Business Lots Open: 5/5:30 p.m. Lot 1, STDM, HDG PDGL Open: 1 p.m. Bus Shuttle for Patrons: 2 p.m. Weekdays Game Time: 7 p.m. Stadium Opens: 5:30 p.m. Business Lots Open: 5/5:30 p.m. Lot 1, STDM, HDG PGDL Open: 4 p.m. Bus Shuttle for Patrons: 5 p.m. Saturday Game Time: 4 p.m. Stadium Opens: 2:30 p.m. Business Lots Open: 1 p.m. Lot 1, STDM, HDG PGDL Open: 1 p.m. Bus Shuttle for Patrons: 2 p.m. Sunday Game Time: 1:30 p.m. Stadium Opens: Noon Business Lots Open: 10:30 a.m. Lot 1, STDM, HDG PGDL Open: 10:30 a.m. Bus Shuttle for Patrons: 11:30 a.m. PROBABLE PITCHING ROTATION Friday South Carolina Carmen Mlodzinski (So. RHP) 0-0, 6.23 ERA, 4.1 IP, 3 BB, 3 SO Utah Valley Jake Carr (Sr. RHP) 0-1, 6.75 ERA, 4.0 IP, 2 BB, 8 SO Saturday South Carolina Dylan Harley (Fr. LHP) 0-0, 16.88 ERA, 2.2 IP, 5 BB, 5 SO Utah Valley Paxton Schultz (Jr. RHP) 0-0, 3.86 ERA, 7.0 IP, 2 BB, 7 SO Sunday South Carolina Reid Morgan (Jr. RHP) 0-0, 1.50 ERA, 6.0 IP, 0 BB, 3 SO Utah Valley Walker Ramsey (Sr. RHP) 0-1, 5.68 ERA, 6.1 IP, 3 BB, 5 SO SCOUTING UTAH VALLEY Utah Valley opens its 2019 season this past weekend with three games at Fresno State. The Wolverines won the middle game of the series, 4-3, as Drew Sims had a pair of hits and Alexander Marco drove in two runs. Paxton Schultz, Saturday's starter, struck out seven in seven innings of work as Utah Valley scored a run in the ninth to break the 3-all tie. Michael Beltran leads UVU with a .333 batting average while Marco has three RBI. Trevor Howell has two of the Wolverines' three doubles on the season. On the mound, the three starters that Utah Valley will trot out this weekend combined for 20 strikeouts against Fresno State. The Wolverines were picked to finish ninth in the WAC Preseason Poll. THE SERIES This is the first meeting on the diamond between Carolina and Utah Valley. The only time the Gamecocks have played a school in the current Western Athletic Conference setup was in 2011, when Carolina faced Cal State Bakersfield in a three-game series. The Gamecocks won the first two games by scores of 5-1 and 5-2 but dropped the series finale, 8-3. CAROLINA COMES BACK TO BEAT WINTHROP Carolina was down to Winthrop, 6-0, after two-and-a-half innings of play but chipped away at the Eagle lead before going ahead in the sixth on its way to am 8-6 win on Tuesday, Feb. 19. Carolina scored single runs in the third and fourth, two runs in the fifth and three in the sixth before adding insurance with a run in the eighth frame. Luke Berryhill brought in the game-winning run with a two-run single in the sixth. He joined TJ Hopkins and Noah Campbell with two hits in the contest as Carolina moved to 3-1 on the year. BULLPEN SOLID IN FIRST FOUR GAMES The South Carolina bullpen has a 1.50 ERA and allowed just one of 13 inherited runners to score after four games this season. The Gamecock pen has 35 strikeouts compared to just six walks in 24 innings pitched and carries a .141 opponent's batting average. Sawyer Bridges has a 1.80 ERA, seven strikeouts and a save in five innings pitched, while Parker Coyne and Brett Kerry have combined for 11 strikeouts in six scoreless innings for Carolina. SEC LEADERS TJ Hopkins dots the top-10 lists in many categories as of Feb. 20. Hopkins is tied for second in total bases with 16, while is 1.000 slugging percentage is tied for sixth. He is also tied for fourth with seven runs scored and in a 12-way tied for second, along with Jacob Olson, with two home runs. Brady Allen is tied for sixth with five walks. On the mound, Hayden Lehman is tied for the SEC lead with three appearances, while Sawyer Bridges is tied for ninth with a .188 opponent's batting average. As a team, SC is 11th in batting average and ERA and 12th in fielding percentage. ALLEN GOES YARD IN FIRST GAMECOCK AT-BAT Freshman Brady Allen's first collegiate at-bat was a memorable one, as the Lakeland, Fla., native belted a three-run home run in the second inning, scoring Jacob Olson and Luke Berryhill. Allen was 2-for-4 with three RBI and a walk in the opener. SENIORS SLUG IN LIBERTY SERIES TJ Hopkins and Jacob Olson both hit a pair of home runs in the season opening weekend against Liberty (Feb. 15). The seniors both have a 1.000 slugging percentage after three games. Olson had both home runs in Saturday's 13-7 win. He also drove in four RBI. Hopkins had a home run to straightaway center field in the eighth inning on Friday afternoon and then had a solo shot in the fourth inning on Sunday, which was Carolina's first hit of the day. Olson now has 20 career home runs while Hopkins has 10 in his Carolina tenure. UP NEXT The Gamecocks wrap up their season-opening homestand on Tuesday afternoon (Feb. 26), hosting Appalachian State at 4 p.m. South Carolina then will prepare for its annual three-game series vs. Clemson, which starts in the Upstate on Friday, March 1 at 6 p.m.
  24. USC 2020 baseball commitment OF Brandon Fields of Orlando on his status with the Gamecocks January 20, 2019 USC 2020 baseball commitment OF Brandon Fields of Orlando on his status with the Gamecocks: “Yes, everything (as of right now) is still solid with SC and I plan to play both baseball and football.” Fields said he’s been in touch with new RB coach Thomas Brown. He’s not sure when he’ll visit again.

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