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  1. By JOHN WHITTLE Apr 19, 10:16 AM While it wasn’t the last time he will ever take the field, Wednesday was the final time on the mound for left-handed pitcher RJ Dantin (Spartanburg/Spartanburg). The class of 2019 signee was a four-year contributor for Spartanburg High School and with his team failing to make the playoffs, his days as a high school player were winding down with only the S.C. Diamond Invitational left. Dantin took the mound in the first of his team’s four games and faced off against class of 2020 commitment Cade Austin (Chapin/Chapin). “It was difficult knowing when I got this start date because it was difficult to process,” Dantin said. “When it came today, I was ready to go. I was like, ‘Let’s go do it.’” READ FULL STORY:https://247sports.com/college/south-carolina/Article/South-Carolina-Gamecocks-baseball-recruiting-RJ-Dantin-final-start-131345763/
  4. Canadian QB visits Carolina VIPBy HALE MCGRANAHAN 7 hrs South Carolina hosted 2021 quarterback Christian Veilleux on Friday. Buffalo quarterback recaps South Carolina visit BY PHIL KORNBLUT South Carolina has offered at least a half dozen quarterbacks in the 2021 class, and Friday one of those offered candidates, Christian Veilleux (6-foot-4, 190 pounds) of Buffalo, made an unofficial visit. And it was a trip specifically planned to the see the Gamecocks. He did not make any other stops on the trip. “The visit was great,” Veilleux said. “I got to see the new facilities, which were very impressive. I got a ride around campus, saw the academic center and saw the student-athlete dorms. Campus is great.” Gamecocks quarterbacks coach Dan Werner offered Veilleux in February. He also has offers from Tennessee, Indiana, Michigan, Rutgers, Virginia Tech, Syracuse and others. Friday’s meeting gave him the chance to meet with Werner and Will Muschamp and learn more about where he fits in with their recruiting plans for quarterbacks in his class. “Coach Werner and Coach Muschamp sat down with me and we had a great talk,” he said. “They seem very interested and so am I. It’s a great place and both coaches were very welcoming and upfront, which we liked. They are great people.” Veilleux also has visited Syracuse and Virginia Tech in recent months. According to MaxPreps stats, last season Veilleux passed for 1,699 yards with 17 touchdowns and 8 interceptions He completed 54 percent of his passes.
  5. By JC SHURBURTTFri Apr 19 2019 Glancing at it right now in April, that certainly appears to be the case. That being said, you never really know. It was thought that the 2017 schedule would be tough. Turns out it was not all that bad and the Gamecocks finished 9-4. It was thought that the 2018 schedule was favorable. Turns out there were plenty of improved teams on the roster and for that reason and because of injuries, Carolina finished 7-6.When breaking down those two years in advance, though, it was more of a guessing game. How good will Tennessee and Florida be? In 2017, it was thought that Arkansas would be a tough match-up because of style of play? You know, those types of things. You were not dealing with what could be the three best teams in the country, along with many other tough outs. So it’s with more certainty that this year’s schedule is a beast. The good news is that Carolina head coach Will Muschamp should have his best roster in his fourth season. The bad news is that the teams the Gamecocks play also have very good rosters. Here are 10 takes on the 2019 schedule, which will be discussed ad nauseam this off season. FULL STORY BELOW: https://247sports.com/college/south-carolina/LongFormArticle/Digging-into-the-2019-football-schedule-131345530#1194447_1
  6. ByJOHN DEL BIANCO 3 hours ago South Carolina senior linebacker T.J. Brunson was not cleared to speak over spring camp given he was not cleared to practice due to injury. However, his absence in front of the camera and on the football field did not prevent his leadership and senior determination from going unnoticed. Brunson, a key member of the first signing class head coach Will Muschamp had with the Gamecocks, stood in front of his teammates at one point this spring with a clear message. “T.J. called a senior meeting and laid out the idea that this is our last chance to do it,” senior quarterback Jake Bentley said. “We can’t let little things fall through the cracks and we really have to be particular about what we want and what our goals are and don't let anything stand in the way. If someone is not doing his best to achieve the team goals we have to get him in line.” READ FULL STORY: https://247sports.com/college/south-carolina/Article/South-Carolina-Gamecocks-football-Gamecocks-senior-TJ-Brunson--131371836/

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