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  1. 4 star RB Henry Parrish commits to Ole Miss Jan. 20, 2020 4 star RB Henry Parrish after his visit to Ole Miss commited per twitter to Lane and Ole Miss leaving the Gamecocks with two signees at running back for the 2020 class. Those two are 5-star MarShawn Lloyd and 3-star RB Rashad Amos. 4-star RB ZaQuandre White committed back in December, but Coach Muschamp never gave spurs up. Grades seem to be the issue here.
  2. Gamecocks atop the list for Atlanta another big 3 star OL Jakiah Leftwich Jan. 20, 2020, | sportstalk USC hits Atlanta hard in recruiting every cycle because players from the Georgia capital can make the short trip to the South Carolina capital and feel like their not far from home. That’s the case with 3 star OL Jakiah Leftwich (6-6 302) who was in with his dad for a visit Saturday. The twist here is that the Gamecocks will have to battle the hometown team Georgia Tech and others as the recruiting process plays out. The Gamecocks did well enough this weekend to earn a spot along side the Yellow Jackets at the front of the line. “I felt great about it. They showed me around the campus, and that was great. They are high on my list now,” Leftwich said. “They are kind of tied up right now with Georgia Tech. The graduation rate of the whole football team (stood out).” As is the case when an offensive linemen comes to visit, Gamecock line coach Eric Wolford spent a great deal of time with Leftwich making his pitch as to why he would be the best man to make him a better player. “He said he would develop me into an athlete and hopefully into the NFL, because he coached over 35 linemen who are in the NFL right now,” Leftwich said. “He said he likes that I’m physical and athletic.” The Gamecocks are looking to bounce back from their 4-8 season in 2020 and Will Muschamp made some changes on the staff he feels will help them accomplish that. Leftwich obviously could feel the optimism around the program during his visit. “I feel great about it,” he said. “They have a whole different offensive coordinator and weight room coach, and they are ready to turn things around.” Along with USC and Georgia Tech, Leftwich holds offers from Indiana, Maryland, Minnesota, Kansas, Toledo and UNLV. He plans to visit Florida State this weekend and Tennessee the next weekend. He also plans to visit Georgia and to make a return trip to Georgia Tech. Leftwich is looking at a summer decision and he will sign and graduate early.
  3. Gamecocks impress Florida tight end Michael Trigg Jan. 20, 2020, | sportstalk TE Michael Trigg (6-4 200) of Lake Wales, FL has a heavy offer load at this point. He counts close to 30 tenders including one from USC. Trigg does not carry a rating yet from either 247Sports or Rivals, but that hasn’t cooled the recruiting interest. And Saturday he, his father and his trainer spent the day at USC meeting with Will Muschamp, his recruiter Travaris Robinson and the Gamecocks new tight ends coach Joe Cox. “I thought it was really good, very informational, thought coach Muschamp said a lot of good things. I’ll definitely go back,” Trigg said. “Coach Muschamp said to be selfish, make this decision based on what you think, not what anybody else thinks. I thought that was one of the more important things of the trip, when he said that.”/p> The Gamecocks are coming off a 4-8 season but to a new recruit, they don’t look like a losing program, not with their new facilities and new enthusiasm built around the arrival of new offensive coordinator Mike Bobo. “I feel like it’s going in the upward direction to be honest with you,” Trigg said. “I don’t think it’s going down with the facilities and everything that’s going on around the campus.” Trigg, who was born in Fort Valley, GA is that hybrid tight end-receiver, a player who can attach to the line and chip a defense end going out, or split out and run a route. He and Cox talked about that concept and how it would be applied in his case. “They said I would be like a flex tight end,” Trigg said. “Since I’m more athletic than most tight ends, I’d be able to put my hand in the dirt and also play wide receiver. He (Cox) was just telling me how they run the system and how the system could fit me. I feel it will fit perfectly with what they are trying to do with the program.” Trigg also counts offers from Tennessee, Florida State, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Kentucky, LSU, Miami, Michigan, USF, West Virginia and Notre Dame among others. Because of basketball, he has not planned any other visits. The one to USC will be his only one for a while, and that’s good for the Gamecocks. “I don’t have like a top school right now but I know that South Carolina is a place like home,” Trigg said. Trigg is not sure when he’ll make his decision, possibly before his season or it could come afterwards. He will not graduate early and he’s not sure about early signing. According to MaxPreps stats, Trigg was an offensive stat-sheet stuffer last season. He had 82 catches for 1232 yards and 16 touchdowns, passed for 242 yards and 2 touchdowns and rushed for 196 yards and 5 scores. As a sophomore he had 30 catches for 473 yards and 8 touchdowns.
  4. Big Tennessean 3 star OL J’marion Jenkins-Gooch has a large time with Gamecocks Jan. 19, 2020, | sportstalk 3 star OL J’marion Jenkins-Gooch (6-8 330) of Gallatin, TN certainly made a big impression on the USC coaches during his visit Saturday. The 3-star prospect, who attends The King’s Academy in Seymour, TN, is ranked by 247Sports composite as the 31st player in the 2021 class in Tennessee, stood out above the rest on the basis of his size alone. But Gamecock offensive line coach Eric Wolford, who was the first coach to offer Gooch, likes more about him than just his size. “I had a great conversation with all the coaches, coach (Will) Muschamp and coach Wolford,” Gooch said. “He (Wolford) said he likes my athleticism. He just said he could develop me.” Jenkins-Gooch was impressed with what he saw at USC calling the facilities the best he’s seen, and he’s also been to Notre Dame, Miami, Auburn and FAU. But he also was impressed by more than the brick, mortar and technology. “How the staff treats the athletes was pretty nice,” he said. “They treat them like family. Everything was nice.” Jenkins-Gooch also has offers from Auburn, Colorado, Florida State, Indiana, Tulane, West Virginia, Virginia, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Virginia Tech, Miami and Tennessee. But the Gamecocks were the first to step up and that’s something he’ll remember. “To be honest, when I first saw it, it was a real big deal for me because I’ll be the first one in my family to go to college,” Gooch said. “I haven’t been to a lot of schools. I don’t know right now (about favorites). I just have a lot of thinking to do right now.” Jenkins-Gooch said he doesn’t have any other visits planned at this point but he will take an official visit to USC in June. He wants to make his decision by the end of July and he will sign in December. He’s not sure yet if he’ll graduate early.
  5. Florida SAF Myzel Williams puts Gamecocks #1 after visit Jan. 19, 2020, | sportstalk SAF Myzel Williams (6-1 182) of Deltona, FL was offered by USC in December and the Gamecocks remain his lone Power 5 offer at this point. He’s expecting more to come on board but that might not matter to him. After visiting with his parents and a teammate Saturday, Williams has his eyes squarely on the Gamecocks. “Number one, they are number one right now,” Williams said. “I go to Florida State next week and depending on how that visit goes, anything can change. But as of right now, because I just enjoyed it so much, South Carolina is number one.” “It went like really good, everything about it was amazing,” Williams said of his visit. “From the tour, looking at the facilities, and talking with coach T-Rob (Travaris Robinson) and coach (Will) Muschamp, all of it was good. They like the fact I’m versatile, can play different positions. Coach T-Rob expressed a lot that they like that in their DBs. They like DBs, that can play safety, nickel, corner because they play up to six DBs on the field at times. Guys that can play different positions will get on the field quicker.” But what Williams really liked the most about his visit was how the coaches talked to him and what they had to say. “That was the thing that I liked the most,” Williams said. “The fact that they kept it real with me. They just didn’t tell me the good stuff, they were telling me the facts about it. They just didn’t say it was going to be perfect, they told me how it would be. They just didn’t tell me what I wanted to hear, they told me everything.” Williams wants to return to USC this summer, possibly for an official visit. He is looking at early in his season on a decision, and he will sign in December though he’s not certain yet on early graduation. Other offers for Williams include Liberty, South Florida, FAU and Charlotte. Florida State, Virginia Tech and Bowling Green also are showing interest. Last season Williams had 28 tackles and 5 interceptions. He has not been ranked in the 247Sports composite at this point.
  6. Georgia 3 star DB Demarko Williams gets a plan from Gamecocks Robinson Jan. 19, 2020, | sportstalk 3 star DB Demarko Williams (5-11 175) of Atlanta attended USC’s first junior day for the 2021 class on Saturday along with his parents, and he learned a lot about the Gamecocks’ defensive plans for him under defensive coordinator and secondary coach Travaris Robinson. And that plan is, there is no plan in terms of a specific position. Which is exactly what Williams wants to hear from coaches. “I learned a lot about how they run things,” Williams said. “It’s like a home away from home. Trob showed me the defensive personnel, the kind of defenses they run and how I would fit at certain positions. Me going to the next level, I would never call myself a corner or a safety. I want to play as much as possible so knowing the whole secondary increases my chances of playing a whole lot. I’m just a DB. I know all the positions around the field and I can increase my chances of playing on the next level.” Williams said from talking to Robinson and head coach Will Muschamp, he got a good feeling about their style of defense and their level of interest in him. “I love it,” Williams said. “To have a coach like coach T-Rob and coach Muschamp, especially coach T-Rob was telling me to stay humble and keep working. And coach Muschamp was just telling me how good a player I am and that I can have a big impact on the defense. You can’t ask for better coaches than those. They are really showing they really like me and I show interest in whoever shows interest in me.” Williams said he’s still looking over his options and looks forward to taking more visits and talking with more coaches this spring, but he said if he had a top three, USC would be in it. His other offers include Pitt, Minnesota, Georgia State, Wake Forest, Oregon and Toledo. He will visit Georgia State Monday and on the 25th he will visit Georgia Tech. Williams said he wants to make his decision going into his senior season, and he will sign in December. He is not sure yet if he will graduate early.
  7. 3 star WR Jaden Alexis gives Gamecocks high marks after visit Jan. 19, 2020, | sportstalk Three-star WR Jaden Alexis (6-1 175) of Coconut Creek, FL made his second visit to USC over the weekend driving up from Florida with his parents. His previous visit was last summer when he attended a Will Muschamp camp. “The coaches were very genuine, very direct with me, straight forward,” Alexis said. “The players gave me their first hand experiences. The strength coach was great, lots of knowledge. They have a lot of technology there. The campus also is really nice. I like how it’s in the city. I’m a city boy. The dorm rooms are very nice. And they hey put a lot of effort into the education part as well. I told coach Muschamp how I like the support staff around him.” Alexis also spent time with receivers coach Bryan McClendon and the two talked about how he would be used in the offense. “He would take me under his wing and make sure I learn all the techniques,” Alexis said. “Playing in the SEC, they run a lot of man He would move me around and get me the matchups. He said I’m a really good receiver against man and that would be me all day, winning my matchups and making big plays.” This is just the start of the recruiting process for Alexis but the visit has put the Gamecocks in a good spot with him. “Very, very positive, they are definitely at the top right now, with the other schools” Alexis said. “I don’t really have a top right now. It’s very early for me, but I really think they’re up there. I was very impressed moving forward. I want to come back and experience it again.” Alexis is well aware of the Gamecocks’ struggles in 2019, and he knows that life in the SEC is a year by year thing for most of the teams. Neither the Gamecocks’ 2019 resume nor the one they will produce in 2020 will be a factor in his decision according to Alexis. “When it comes to the SEC, I know that’s a really hard conference to play in for any team,” Alexis said. “They are rebuilding and stuff like that really doesn’t bother me because you are playing the best teams in the nation in my mind. No matter what the record is this year or next year, that honestly does not factor into how I look at the team at all. As long as the coaching staff and the players are developing, and it’s a good positive environment in the program, the record doesn’t matter to me, as long as we’re fighting for something better, to get to a national championship and things like that.” Some of the other offers for Alexis are Virginia, Georgia, Louisville, Ole Miss, Utah, Duke, Pitt, Georgia Tech, Tennessee, Kentucky and Miami. He plans to visit Georgia Tech, and is set to visit Georgia February 1st. He is looking at a decision in the summer or early fall, and all options are on the table. Alexis said he will sign in December and graduate early. This season Alexis had 49 catches for 894 yards and 10 touchdowns.
  8. Latest on 4-star OL Micah Morris Jan. 19, 2020, | sportstalk One of the biggest prospects to visit USC over the weekend, both in stature (6-4 335) and recruiting profile (4-star) was OL Micah Morris of Kingsland, GA. Morris came in with his parents for what he estimated to be his sixth visit with the Gamecocks. It was a good opportunity for him to reconnect with the coaches he’s known and the new ones on campus. “The visit was great,” Morris said. “I was able to see the facilities again, talk to the new coaches, the new strength coach,, the new coordinator, get more acclimated with them and more use to them at South Carolina. (OL coach Eric) Wolford told me how bad they want me at South Carolina and I’d be a great fit.” Because he’s been to USC so many times in the past, Morris has seen the campus, the dorms and the facilities. So, except for the people, there’s wasn’t much new for him to explore this time. “I’ve been there so many times, I’ve done everything there is to do there,” Morris said. “The nice thing for me was to see the new guys that came in. They seem like great people, seem to be moving in the right direction.” USC remains in the lead group for Morris along with Clemson, Georgia, Florida, LSU, Alabama and Auburn. They are in a solid place with him but there’s more work for him to do. “I have to go to all the other schools still and compare to this,” he said. Morris is set to visit Georgia February 1st and he’ll go to Florida in March. He’ll also visit Alabama at some point. He said Muschamp plans to visit his school this Wednesday or Thursday.
  9. Gamecock Recruiting ends and odds Jan. 19, 2020 Gamecock target TE Michael Trigg has picked up offers from Notre Dame, Tennessee and Florida State. He also holds offers from Georgia, Miami, Kentucky, LSU, Michigan, Alabama, Florida and others. Former Oklahoma commitment QB Brock Vandagriff, who is now drawing USC attention among others, plans to visit Georgia Saturday. The Gamecocks offered DE Patrick Tukes (6-3 270) of McRae, GA. Western Kentucky and Troy also have offered him. Tukes also is a basketball player.
  10. Gamecocks made the short list with RB/DB TreVeyon Henderson Jan. 20, 2020 Gamecocks made the short list with RB/DB TreVeyon Henderson of Hopewell, VA. The Gamecocks like as a running back. The others on his short list are Clemson, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Michigan, Penn State, Alabama, West Virginia, Ohio State, Texas A&M, LSU, Georgia, Florida, Oklahoma and Tennessee. USC offered him after his sophomore season and Clemson offered last summer.
  11. Here are some more confirmed visitors for the Gamecocks over the weekend Jan. 19, 2020 DE Jacques Hunter of Valdosta, GA; WR Daejon Reynolds of Lawrenceville, GA; 2022 CB Marquis Groves-Killebrew of Loganville, GA; TE Michael Trigg of Lake Wales, FL; WR Izaiah Guy of Ocala, FL
  12. Gamecocks tough season not a turnoff to Alexis Jan. 19, 2020, | sportstalk Three-star WR Jaden Alexis (6-1 175) of Coconut Creek, FL made his second visit to USC over the weekend driving up from Florida with his parents. His previous visit was last summer when he attended a Will Muschamp camp. Since then, Alexis and the Gamecock’s head coach have become regular communicators, and Alexis is listening to what Muschamp is laying out for him. “The first day I talked to him (in October) he offered me, and ever since then we’ve been texting pretty good and we look like a pretty good relationship in my mind,” Alexis said. “I’m liking the coaching staff really well. One of the first things he said that jumped off the tape at him was that I go get the ball.” This season Alexis had 49 catches for 894 yards and 10 touchdowns. Alexis is well aware of the Gamecocks’ struggles in 2019, and he knows that life in the SEC is a year by year thing for most of the teams. Neither the Gamecocks’ 2019 resume or the one they will produce in 2020 will be a factor in his decision according to Alexis. “When it comes to the SEC, I know that’s a really hard conference to play in for any team,” Alexis said. “They are rebuilding and stuff like that really doesn’t bother me because you are playing the best teams in the nation in my mind. No matter what the record is this year or next year, that honestly does not factor into how I look at the team at all. As long as the coaching staff and the players are developing, and it’s a good positive environment in the program, the record doesn’t matter to me, as long as we’re fighting for something better, to get to a national championship and things like that.” Some of the other offers for Alexis are Virginia, Georgia, Louisville, Ole Miss, Utah, Duke, Pitt, Georgia Tech, Tennessee, Kentucky and Miami. He plans to visit Georgia Tech, and is set to visit Georgia February 1st. He is looking at a decision in the summer or early fall, and all options are on the table. “South Carolina, I really like them,” he said. “They are up there on the board.” Alexis said he will sign in December and graduate early.
  13. Gamecocks will have a big junior day gathering Saturday Jan. 18, 2020 Gamecocks will have a big junior day gathering Saturday. Some of the prospects in the 2021 class who have publicized plans to be in Columbia are RB Thaddius Franklin of Miami, OL Micah Morris of Kingsland, GA, DL Victoine Brown of Loganville, GA, TE Hugh Laughlin of Athens, GA and RB Jaden Alexis of Coconut Creek, FL. TE Edward Smith of Douglasville, GA plans to see Auburn, Tennessee and the Gamecocks this weekend. 2022 QB Gunner Stockton of Tiger, GA also will visit the Gamecocks Saturday according to 247Sports. Stockton is coached by Jaybo Shaw, the brother of former Gamecock quarterback and new director of player development Connor Shaw, and is close with new USC offensive coordinator Mike Bobo who offered him while he was at Colorado State. 2023 OL Cam Johnson of Seneca plans to see Auburn, Tennessee and the Gamecocks this weekend. Note: Sumter DE Justus Boone plans to visit Georgia Saturday, Gamecocks will be on January 25th and North Carolina the last weekend of the month.
  14. GER-CARI CALDWELL WIDE RECEIVER 6'4'' | 193 LBS CLASS OF 2020
  15. Gamecocks back in the hunt for 5-Star 2021 RB Lovasea Carroll & 4 star RB Henry Parrish has new plans Jan. 17, 2019 Gamecocks is in the fold with top five with former commitment RB Lovasea Carroll of Warrenton, GA and IMG Academy. He released his new top five on Friday and the others on the list are Florida, Georgia, Auburn and Ohio State. Carroll was the Gamecocks first commitment for the 2021 class last May, but he decommitted in September. He and the Gamecocks went their separate ways for awhile but the Gamecocks recently resumed the communications and have worked their way back into the picture with him. One time Gamecock Commit 5-Star 2021 RB Lovasea Carroll has put the Gamecocks in his top five. 4 star RB Henry Parrish originally scheduled an official visit to Ole Miss that would begin on Jan. 31. Parrish, recently posted on Instagram that he would announce a commitment at some point this week. Now, according to omspirit.com., Parrish will travel to Oxford this weekend. Parrish rushed for more than 2,300 yards during his senior season. Parrish also scored more than 30 touchdowns.
  16. Recruiting dead period has ended Jan. 17, 2020 After a post-early signing window recruiting dead period that ran through the holidays and into the middle of January, a contact period begins today, affecting both the 2020 class and underclassmen. * While most of South Carolina's 2020 class is signed and sealed, the Gamecocks' coaches will hit the road to meet in person with their final senior targets as the final sprint to National Signing Day on Feb. 5 begins. This is when the coaches will make their final recruiting pitches. * A contact period also means that schools can host visitors on their campuses again, giving them this weekend, next weekend and the weekend following that for three weekends of official visits prior to the signing period. * Coaches aren't allowed to interact with underclassmen at their high schools during this time, but they'll still drop by the schools of top prospects and make their presence known while meeting with the head coaches. * Rising seniors aka the class of 2021's prospects are allowed to interact with the coaching staff if they visit campus and the Gamecocks will be hosting their first junior day of the new year on Saturday. “We have a good plan in place as far as the guys we feel like we need to sign in February,” Muschamp said. “I think we have a good plan in place. We’ll be back on the road Friday and we have a big weekend this weekend with some good players coming into town unofficially.”
  17. Between the Gamecocks and Ole Miss RB Henry Parrish, on his Instagram Friday night, posted he will announce a commitment next week. He was committed to Pitt until last month and had the Panthers, Gamecocks, Oregon and Ole Miss as his top four. He took official visits to Pitt and USC. Miami and Florida also have been involved. Here's the Instagram post. https://www.instagram.com/stories/doubletay_2/
  18. It's heating up between Gamecocks and Caldwell Jan. 17, 2020, | sportstalk The last remaining big in-state prize for the 2020 class is Northwestern WR Ger-Cari Caldwell (6-4 193) . The Shrine Bowl selection and former East Carolina commitment has seen his recruiting profile elevate in recent weeks with offers from USC, Duke, Georgia Tech, Tennessee, Baylor, Wake Forest, Virginia Tech, NC State, Virginia, Northwestern and others. The Gamecocks want another receiver in the class following the decommitment of Da’Qon Stewart on January 7th, and they have set their sights on Caldwell. USC is having a junior day Saturday and Caldwell said he “more than likely” will be there with his mother. He’s also returning for an official visit the last weekend of the month. And Friday he’s expecting USC offensive coordinator Mike Bobo and receivers coach Bryan McClendon to visit him at school and stay over for his basketball game that night. “We’re just in the process in the moment of getting me up there for an official, setting everything up and just getting everything rolling back with this dead period getting ready to roll over,” Caldwell said. “I’m feeling pretty comfortable with them. We have a strong relationship at this point. I would say we have a pretty strong relationship still. It has gotten better with the consistent texts and things like that. Everything has been going good so far between us.” Clemson might jump into the race for Caldwell but as of Thursday night he said he had not heard much from the Tigers. He said new receivers coach Tyler Grisham did contact him in the days before the National Championship Game Monday night. An offer from the Tigers would raise his level of interest in them. “I would try and take a visit up there actually,” Caldwell said. Caldwell has taken official visits to East Carolina, Wake Forest and Baylor, and the coaching change at Baylor has not affected his interest in the Bears as the receivers coach is still there. Those two remain in the hunt along with Tennessee which could get a visit from him next weekend. The 247Sports composite rating for Caldwell is 3-star and ranks him #15 in South Carolina’s 2020 class. This season he had 51 catches for 744 yards and 6 touchdowns.
  19. Gamecocks to host major running back target this weekend Jan. 16, 2020, | sportstalk The dead period for football recruiting ends Thursday night opening up a two and a half week sprint to the February 5th signing date for the 2020 class. And there’s also a lot of work ongoing for the 2021 class and this weekend USC will entertain a few of its top junior targets. One of those is 4-star RB Thaddius Franklin 6'0" 195lbs of Hollywood, FL. Franklin said he and his father will arrive at USC on Friday and stay thru Sunday. It will be his first visit with the Gamecocks and he wants to see and learn as much as he can about the program. He’s being recruited by running backs coach Thomas Brown and the two already have a pretty tight relationship. “I have a relationship with coach Brown because he offered me when he was at Miami, so we’ve been in touch since he left,” Franklin said. “He likes everything, my vision, the way I run thru contact, my feet in the open field and the way I break away. We just have a connection.” Franklin is rated the #11 running back in the country for 2021 in the 247Sports composite, and the #25 prospect in Florida. He’s a former Miami commitment who went back on the market December 9th. Along with USC and Miami, Franklin also has offers from Virginia Tech, Arkansas, West Virginia, Baylor, LSU, Tennessee, Syracuse, Minnesota, Maryland, Purdue, Auburn, Georgia, Ohio State, Florida, Florida State, Nebraska, Oregon, Penn State and Michigan. “I’m not really focused on a school right now,” Franklin said. “I just want to explore options so I can pick the best choice for me.” Franklin only went to Miami for games this season. Along with this weekend’s visit to USC, he’s also looking at visits to Kentucky January 25th and to Florida the weekend after that. He plans to sign in December but he will not be an early graduate. This season Franklin rushed for 2282 yards and 28 touchdowns averaging nearly 8 yards per carry. As a sophomore he rushed for 1602 yards and 14 touchdowns.
  20. 4 star RB Thaddius Franklin of Miami plans to visit USC this weekend Jan. 15, 2020 4 star RB Thaddius Franklin 6'1" 215lbs of Miami plans to visit the Gamecocks this weekend. He’s a former Miami commitment. His offers include USC, Virginia Tech, Arkansas, Baylor, West Virginia, Ohio State, Indiana, Minnesota, LSU, Tennessee, Auburn Michigan and Syracuse. He’s rated as a four-star prospect in the 247Sports composite and the #11 running back in the country.
  21. 2021 3 star DE Victoine Brown 6'3" 225lbs visiting the Gamecocks this weekend Jan. 15, 2020 Three-star DE Victoine Brown (6-3 225) of Loganville, GA plans to visit USC this weekend. The Gamecocks have offered along with Florida, Georgia Tech, LSU, East Carolina and others. LOGANVILLE, GA GRAYSON
  22. Big 4 star OL Micah Morris visiting Gamecocks this weekend Jan. 15, 2020 Four-star OL Micah Morris (6-4 316) of Kingsland, GA plans to visit USC this weekend. He had planned to commit last month but decided to stretch things out a little longer. He has had a short list of USC, Clemson, Auburn, Alabama, LSU, Florida and Georgia. USC was his first offer and has developed a strong relationship with the Gamecocks. He’s ranked as the 5th best prospect in Georgia for the 2021 class in the 247Sports composite. 4 star MICAH MORRIS / OFFENSIVE TACKLE / 6'5'' 278 LBS / CLASS OF 2021 KINGSLAND, GA CAMDEN COUNTY
  23. 2022 TE Andre Dollar of Mustang, OK stopped by Gamecocks Tuesday. Can't see coaches because the dead period is still on until this weekend. He has an offer from the Gamecocks.
  24. Hard recruiting paying off for Gamecocks with Georgia OL Jan. 13, 2020, | sportstalk The Gamecocks are putting in the work with OL Dylan Fairchild (6-5 285) of Cumming, GA, and the results thus far are positive for the Gamecocks. The three-star tackle according to the 247Sports composite has camped with the Gamecocks and plans a return visit once his wrestling schedule eases up. Gamecock offensive line coach Eric Wolford has Fairchild on speed-dial and the big lineman is responding with like interest. “We’re still on a good level, we’re talking a good bit and sending me text messages and stuff like that,” Fairchild said. “They are pushing committing, everyone is going to push commitment now. It’s going good for them, it’s going real good. I’m liking South Carolina. Everything is open, all my options are open, but I’m really liking South Carolina. They are doing a great job recruiting me, keeping in touch with me and everything. I’m liking them a lot.” Fairchild and Wolford are developing a relationship, and he’s learned a little bit about how Wolford would use him if he were to join him in Columbia. “I’d probably right tackle for him,” Fairchild said. “We really haven’t talked anything about me going there and the role I would have on the team. I don’t think we’ve gotten to that point yet. But he loves the way I play, loves my drive and the way my work ethic is.” Fairchild said this summer he likely will attend camps at USC, Clemson, Georgia and Alabama. He’s not heard that much from the Tigers but feels things will pick up with them once they see him in camp. Along with USC, he has offers from Tennessee, Virginia Tech, Louisville, East Carolina, Georgia Tech and Jacksonville State. He said all the schools that had offered prior to the dead period came by his school last month. Fairchild said will not be an early graduate from high school and he would like to make his decision this summer.
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