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  1. Friday morning recruiting notes Oct. 18, 2019 USC target WR Semaj James of Tallahassee plans to name a top five soon according to a Thursday afternoon tweet. He camped at USC and Clemson last summer and the Gamecocks have offered. USC offered 2021 WR Jaden Alexis (6-1 185) of Pompano Beach, FL. USC offered 2023 WR Adarius Redmond of Powell, TN. He plans to visit Saturday for the Florida game.
  2. Recently offered lineman to visit Gamecocks Saturday Oct. 18, 2019, | sportstalk Earlier this week USC offered 2022 OL Camron Gann (6-4 290) of Powell, TN, a suburb of Knoxville. The Gamecocks are the first to offer Gann but more are sure to follow. Gann is still growing and developing, but he already has the power. Last spring he recorded a bench press of 500 pounds and a squat of 300 pounds. Gann, was very happy to get the Gamecocks’ offer and is looking forward to seeing them in action Saturday. “I am extremely excited about the direction the Gamecocks are heading in and what the future holds,” Gann said. “My recruiting process with South Carolina is just now starting. The thing I like most about South Carolina is Will Muschamp. They started recruiting me about a week ago. They like my size, feet, and physicality. South Carolina is high on my list.” Gann said Tennessee and Arkansas also are showing interest in him. He has visited Tennessee. Gann said his teammate, 2023 Adarius Redmond, who picked up a Gamecock offer Thursday, will join him on the visit.
  3. Robinson set to visit Gamecocks this weekend Oct. 18, 2019, | sportstalk USC’s long courtship of CB Jahquez Robinson of Jacksonville, FL takes the next step this weekend as he is scheduled for his official visit with the Gamecocks. He and his parents plan to come in after his game Friday night though he wasn’t clued in on all the particulars since his father has been handling the details with Gamecock recruiter Travaris Robinson. Robinson, who remains committed to Alabama, also has taken an official visit to Oklahoma, and he visited Florida unofficially for the Auburn game. “I want to see the in-game experience versus a top ten opponent and just hang on,” Robinson said. “They knocked out Georgia last week and they’ll need the same type of intensity. And the way their DBs played and the way they’ve been stepping up so far, I really want to see that.” Robinson has been front and center heading up the Gamecocks’ recruitment of Robinson. Will Muschamp also has been very active and Robinson has been talking with both regularly thru the process. “I talked to T-Rob a couple of days ago,” Robinson said. “He has a real good relationship with my trainer. He’s got a good connection with him and I talk to T-Rob and him all the time. I got to talk to Muschamp last night, or night before last. He was telling me about the Vernon Hargreaves story, how Vernon Hargreaves started as a freshman at the University of Florida. He told me I can do the same thing. I can get on the field early with Jaycee Horn and Israel (Mukuamu), and I think that would be one of the best secondaries in the country.” Robinson, like millions of others, was glued to his TV screen last Saturday as the Gamecocks scored the biggest upset of the season with the win at Georgia. Robinson was impressed. “They are kind of in a rebuilding process and I was like, I can be a part of that,” he said. “I just liked to watch how they kept fighting, how Israel was making plays. That shows how coach T-Rob coaches. That meant a lot to me and my pops.” The big elephant in the room with Robinson’s recruiting remains Alabama. While he’s visiting other schools and saying nice things about most of them, no one has knocked the Crimson Tide from their perch. “I feel like Alabama is still number one for me,” Robinson said. “Me and my family and my dad understand that. But along with that, my dad wants me to take my official visits and look at other schools, not just be locked in one just because I committed so early without taking my visits. He wants me to keep an open eye for other schools and be open to other schools. But, Alabama is still number one for me.” One major change with Robinson’s recruitment involves Florida. Following his recent visit there, Robinson told a Florida website the Gators sat second on his list. That is no longer the case. “Honestly, after that visit, I’m not really sure if I’ll be considering them very much just because my dad doesn’t want me close to home because of a recent incident that happened with a friend,” Robinson said referring to the shooting death Wednesday of one of his friends. “He wants me to kind of get out of the state, so I’m more so looking to get out of Florida.” Robinson said he does not have any other visits planned right now, though it stands to reason he would make it back to Alabama for the showdown with LSU in November.
  4. New Recruiting ESPN300 Oct. 16, 2019 Commits: 53 - Lloyd 85 - Doty 187 - Hemingway 226 - Wyman 228 - Huntley 229 - Kaba 270 - Wannamaker Targets: 2 - Evans 5 - Burch 17 - Grimes 99 - K Lawrence 201 - Whitehead 237 - Tisdol
  5. Recruiting closing out 2020 class, best tales as of now Oct. 16, 2019 Top recruit in Tennessee is DE Reggie Grimes. The rumor here is, he is coming to South Carolina. He is also ranked higher than Desmond Evans in NC most likely Tarheel bound. Getting the kid from Atlanta, CB Javier Morton. He is a 4 star that is down to Ga Tech, Miami, and South Carolina. I'm hoping Gamecock win in Athens caused him to take pause on Tech. Which is his favorite. Burch, I go back and forth on this one. Just going to stick my neck out and say I think he is a Gamecock. Ask me tomorrow might say the opposite. I think a strong showing for the rest of the season or an upset against Clemson will seal the deal here. 4 star LB Desmond Tisdol Auburn loaded up at LB that means Tisdale a non take for Auburn. Feel good here. RB Jo'Quavis Marks the running back from Atlanta which would be nice compliment to RB Marshawn Lloyd in the backfield in 2020. Thoughts anyone?
  6. Season over, Whitehead focus on four schools Oct. 16, 2019, | sportstalk RB/LB Len’Neth Whitehead of Athens, GA saw his season end two Fridays back due to a Lisfranc injury suffered on a running play. He will have surgery next week. Whitehead has been a prime USC target. He took an unofficial visit for the Alabama game and was back for an official visit for the Kentucky game. USC is one of four schools he is strongly considering at this point, the others being Georgia, Tennessee and Wisconsin. “It was awesome being there,” Whitehead said of his last visit to USC. “It could possibly be my home. It felt nice to be around those people. I felt like it was a good group of people, the coaches, the players included. It was fun to be around them. I enjoyed the game, it was a great atmosphere.” Whitehead hears regularly from the Gamecocks with head coach Will Muschamp keeping things hot between him and the program. And Muschamp has given Whitehead the option of playing either running back or linebacker should he choose to join him in Columbia. “I feel like we talk a lot more now,” Whitehead said. “They gave me the option to play both. I feel like for me I’ve been leaning more towards running back in my recruiting situation. That’s been a big thing to hear from them that I have the option to play that. They are pretty high on my leaderboard right now.” As for how the other three schools view Whitehead, he said Wisconsin wants him strictly as a running back, Georgia strictly as a linebacker and Tennessee said he could play either. Whitehead has not visited anywhere since his last visit to USC. He took an official visit to Tennessee the end of August. He was scheduled to take an official to Wisconsin last weekend but his injury prevents him from travelling right now. He plans to take that visit with the Badgers in November. He said he also will get back to USC, Tennessee and Georgia at some point once he’s able to travel. USC has a good shot at Whitehead but that nearby school in Athens, he lives about 30 miles outside the city, could prove to be a formidable challenger. “Georgia is a situation in itself that’s outside of the others, in a different category,” he said. “I just try to view that situation a little bit different than the others. Of course, you’re going to like a program like that, and the opportunity at that school is also eye catching for me.”
  7. 4 star WR/TE Jaheim Bell says to look for Friday afternoon commitment Oct. 04, 2019 | sportstalk His senior season ended in practice September 23rd when, after catching a pass, WR/TE Jaheim Bell of Valdosta, GA tried to make a move and tore his ACL. He will have surgery in a couple of weeks and doctors have told him he should be good as new in six months. The flip-side of not being able to play anymore this season is Bell apparently has been able to speed up his decision-making process for a college home. He had set December 18th for an announcement but after a tweet Thursday night about some “big news coming soon,” Bell told SportsTalkSC.com he was planning to announce a commitment Friday afternoon and will put it out via Twitter. “Probably tomorrow,” Bell said of his announcement plans. “I haven’t got the edit yet. I’m trying to figure out which school I’m going to put in it. I’ve got to talk it over with my family.” Bell once was a Florida commitment but he broke away from the Gators on July 4th. USC put on a full-court press and he took an official visit with the Gamecocks in June. He returned last month for the Alabama game. “I feel pretty good about it (South Carolina),” Bell said. “They’ve got a pretty good team. I can see myself catching a lot of balls. They throw the ball pretty well.” Along with the Gamecocks, Bell said Auburn, Tennessee, Florida State, and LSU have been recruiting him hard. Bell is considered one of the top offensive talents in Georgia for the 2020 class. In his junior year, he had 70 catches for 800 yards and 14 touchdowns.
  8. Gamecocks target LB Desmond Tisdol Oct. 15, 2019 Gamecocks target LB Desmond Tisdol of Rochelle, GA may be getting close on a decision. USC, Auburn, FSU, Nebraska have been strong with him.
  9. Newly offered corner plans to visit Gamecocks Saturday Oct. 14, 2019, | sportstalk USC over the weekend became the first to offer 2021 CB Kolby Phillips (6-1 175) of Nashville, and he’s not wasting any time following up on that offer. Phillips said he will be in attendance Saturday when the Gamecocks play host to Florida. Phillips is coming off a visit to Western Kentucky. He also has been to Kentucky, Memphis, Vanderbilt, Tennessee, Arkansas, Cincinnati and Texas A&M. Phillips comes from an area USC has recruited hard, and with success, with Bobby Bentley working the territory. That history was a big part of the offer. “Their coaching staff is close to my coaches and they discussed me,” Phillips said. “They watched my film and offered me. I think it’s great. They would definitely be in my top five. I love everything about the program and I love the defensive backs that they have there already, so me potentially going there is a very high chance.” Phillips said from what he’s heard from recruiters, the college coaches love his coverage skills. “How I read the quarterback, my technique, my ability to break on the ball, and how I’m physical and aggressive, a ball hawk,” Phillips said. “I make plays and am always at the right place at the right time on the field.” Phillips is just now catching on as a football player, and that probably has something to do with his low offer count at this point. He had considered himself strictly a basketball player until a former coach convinced him to give football a try last year. “He would always say I was a natural and had potential, so this summer I went hard every day and it’s prevailing this season,” Phillips said. After his visit to USC this weekend, Phillips plans to visit Vanderbilt next weekend.
  10. Monday morning recruiting notes Oct. 14, 2019 The Gamecocks offered 2021CB Kolby Phillips of Nashville, TN and 2021 DT Taizse Johnson of Washington, DC. Gamecock target 2021 OL Tanner Bivins visited Kentucky Saturday. South Aiken TE Jesse Sanders was offered by Mercer. He also has offers from Coastal Carolina, Georgia State, Akron and Army. He also has a walk-on invite from the Gamecocks. Hammond DE Jordan Burch was at Georgia Saturday for the Gamecocks game.
  11. Saturday morning Gamecock recruiting report Oct. 12, 2019 2021 WR Semaj James of Tallahassee has had a top three of USC, Auburn and LSU though he said his recruiting remains open. The Gamecocks continue to work him hard. “South Carolina has been showing major love and I can’t wait to get back up there.” James also likes Clemson and is hoping the Tigers will come thru with an offer. “Clemson is a big one for me. I’m just going to continue to put up numbers and hopefully they pull the trigger after seeing the numbers I’m putting up, and continuing to put up. Hopefully they pull the trigger.” Thru six games this season, James has 28 catches for 490 yards and 3 touchdowns according to MaxPreps stats. 2021 TE Bryson Nesbit of Charlotte, who was offered recently by USC, has also picked up offers from Florida, Maryland, NC State and Duke. He also has Louisville and Virginia offers. 2022 SAF Kamari Wilson of Fort Pierce, FL was offered earlier this week by USC. “I was extremely excited and blessed about the offer, and honored. They loved how I’m a ball hawk and how quick I get to the ball.” USC offered 2022 RB Kaytron Allen of IMG Academy. He’s a native of Norfolk, VA. 2021 WR JJ Jones of Myrtle Beach was offered by Wake Forest. Former USC commitment 2021 RB Lovasea Carroll of Warrenton, GA, who is now at IMG Academy, did not include the Gamecocks in his top 8. His top schools now are Florida, Penn State, Auburn, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, Ohio State and Mississippi State. Carroll committed to the Gamecocks in May and decommitted September 1st.
  12. Tuesday Recruiting report Oct. 08, 2019 2021 WR Roc Taylor of Oxford, AL was offered by USC Arkansas also has offered. USC offered 2022 LB Jaishawn Barham (6-3 230) of Hyattsville, MD. Florida, Maryland, Iowa and Nebraska are among his other offers. USC offered 2022 SAF Kamari Wilson (6-1 180) of Fort Pierce, FL. Florida and Miami also have offered. USC target DB Jahquez Robinson of Jacksonville, who is an Alabama commitment, visited Florida Saturday. 2021 WR Kaden Prather of Hyattsville, MD was offered by USC.
  13. Gamecocks use bye week to focus on recruiting Oct. 07, 2019 Gamecock coach Will Muschamp focus last week on recruiting. With the team having last week off, he jumped at the chance to get out on the road. The Gamecocks’ 2020 class is almost complete, but that doesn’t mean there wasn’t some maintenance to be done, some working on kids to add and a fair amount of getting in on players in classes down the line. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  14. Gamecocks make the first cut with SAF Bryce Steele Oct. 07, 2019, | sportstalk SAF Bryce Steele (6-2 200) of Alexandria, VA will be one of the most hotly pursued players in the country at his position in the 2021 class. Over the weekend he named a top ten list from his many offers. USC made the group along with Penn State, Michigan, North Carolina, Duke, NC State, Notre Dame, Maryland, Ohio State, and West Virginia. Some of the offering schools who did not make the cut are Virginia, Virginia Tech, Kentucky, PItt and Boston College. The Gamecocks and head coach Will Muschamp have had a long relationship with Steele and he didn’t forget that when he sat down to pick out his ten most wanted. “I first camped there two summers ago before they offered, and after camp, coach Muschamp personally came up to me and told me that they will be recruiting me until the day I sign with a school and that hopefully, it’d be them,” Steele said. “I camped again this past summer and I also went to watch them play Alabama. One thing I love about the Gamecocks is the relationship I have with the coaching staff. We talk on a regular basis. What got them in my top 10 is that it’s a good academic school, big-time SEC football, and they seem to play their players early.” Over the summer Steele also visited Michigan, Ohio State, North Carolina, and Notre Dame. He is scheduled for an unofficial visit to Ohio State November 23rd for the Penn State game and he plans to visit Michigan the following week for the Ohio State game.
  15. Sunday morning recruiting report Oct. 06, 2019 Former USC commitment OL Issiah Walker of Miami committed to Florida. He was in Gainesville Saturday for the Auburn game. USC target DE Reggie Grimes of Brentwood, TN took his official visit to Tennessee over the weekend. He also has taken official visits to USC and Alabama and is scheduled for an official to Florida State November 2nd. He has set his announcement for Thanksgiving day. 2021 SS Bryce Steele of Raleigh released a top 10 Saturday night and USC is in the group. The other nine are Penn State, Michigan, North Carolina, Duke, NC State, Notre Dame, Maryland, West Virginia and Ohio State. No commitment announcement came Friday from TE/WR Jaheim Bell of Valdosta, GA. Instead, Bell first tweeted a new profile picture of himself in an Auburn uniform. Later in the afternoon, Bell put out another tweet in which he named a final three of USC, Florida State and Oklahoma. He has taken official visits to USC and Oklahoma and has visited Florida State unofficially. He had planned to take an official visit to FSU last weekend but postponed it due to the torn ACL he suffered in practice earlier that week. Bell was back at USC last month for the Alabama game.
  16. Watch four-star Gamecocks commit MarShawn Lloyd throw nifty moves on way to big play Oct. 05, 2019 The DeMatha High School (Washington, D.C.) showed that off Friday night against Friendship Christian Academy. The No. 44 player in the country scored the second touchdown in the 17-0 victory. It was just a simply screen pass in the flat, but he shook several tacklers and moved nearly effortlessly through space for the 51-yard score. Lloyd has the Stags at 5-1 and No. 20 in the MaxPreps Xcellent 25 Rank. Their only loss is to No. 2 St. John Bosco.
  17. Three-star athlete Jaheim Bell down to three Oct. 04, 2019 The Gamecocks football is in the thick of three-star athlete Jaheim Bell's (Valdosta, Ga./Valdosta) recruitment. Bell announced on Friday afternoon that his final decision will be between South Carolina, Florida State and Oklahoma.
  18. DL Jaquaze Sorrells visits Maryland Sept. 30, 2019 The South Carolina football program has had to wait on Jaquaze Sorrells, a four-star defensive tackle who didn’t make it into school during the summer during the summer. He announced in late August he’d be in Columbia in January. But that didn’t stop him from taking a look at Maryland. The blue chip defensive tackle from the Orlando, Florida area posted a photo of himself in a Maryland jersey on his Instagram. “I’ll be at USC in January for everyone asking,” Sorrells tweeted in August. “Everything happens for a reason and I’m (going to) make the most out of it.”
  19. Thursday morning recruiting report Oct. 03, 2019 USC target RB Henry Parrish of Miami, a Pitt commitment, was offered by Southern Cal. He took an official visit to Columbia last weekend. He also has visited Pitt. USC offered 2021 TE Bryson Nesbit (6-6 220) of Charlotte. He also has offers from North Carolina and LSU. Former USC commitment 2021 RB Lovasea Carroll of IMG Academy was offered by Miami and Florida. 2020 WR Antonio McKnight (6-2 185) of CE Murray made an unofficial visit to USC for the Kentucky game. “The visit was a great experience, always love the atmosphere at USC. Would love that to be a future home to bring my skills to.” McKnight is still looking for that first offer. “I think it’s been a hard journey but I have faith to keep grinding and work harder. Just waiting on my shot to prove that I’m one of the best athletes in the game of football.” And the Gamecocks, he said, have not really discussed an offer at this point. “Just the simple, giving me a taste of the environment and what it is to be a Gamecock. I’m praying everyday for an offer.” This Saturday McKnight will visit the The Citadel and he also plans to visit North Greenville. 2021 PK Will Fowler of Spartanburg, who visited Clemson earlier in the season, was at USC last Saturday night for the Kentucky game. “It was really fun. Loved the environment in Williams-Brice.” Fowler plans to return to Clemson next weekend for the Florida State game. He will also be at Alabama for the LSU game. He visited Georgia in the spring. 2023 QB Raheim Jeter of Byrnes was back at USC Saturday night for the Kentucky game. ” It was great. It’s always good to get to Williams-Brice, especially for a night game.”
  20. LB/RB Len’Neth Whitehead official visits put Gamecocks closer to Georgia standout Oct. 03, 2019, | sportstalk 3 star LB/RB Len’Neth Whitehead of Athens, GA made his official visits to USC last weekend for the Kentucky game. The Gamecocks put on a solid display for Whitehead running the ball and stopping the run, and that was important to show Whitehead because he could play on either side of the ball in college. His coach talked with Whitehead about the visit earlier this week and came away feeling the Gamecocks further helped their chances with him by what they showed him. “He really enjoyed his time at South Carolina, it was a great experience,” coach Josh Alexander said. “He’s really high on South Carolina and he really likes what he sees and what they are telling him. He really loves coach (Will) Muschamp. He’s really excited about it. They’re not sure yet (on his position). They’re recruiting him as a linebacker and maybe a running back. I don’t know what they’re saying in that area, but I know that Len’Neth likes them a lot.” Whitehead has also taken an official visit to Tennessee and he will take an official visit to Wisconsin the middle of this month according to his coach. Alexander said Whitehead also likes Tennessee and Georgia. The Bulldogs have been showing interested and also have offered. “I think he’s just trying to take his visits and and talk to people and talk to players and see what he likes,” Alexander said adding that he thinks Whitehead probably will make his decision within the next month and a half.
  21. SAF DJ Taylor close on finalizing official visit with Gamecocks Oct. 02, 2019, | sportstalk USC head coach Will Muschamp and secondary coach/defensive coordinator Travaris Robinson remain in strong pursuit of SAF DJ Taylor of Tampa, and they’re making progress. Taylor has been committed to Arizona State since the summer after taking an official visit to Tempe in late May. He said Muschamp texts him daily and also calls regularly, and he’s ready for Taylor to set his official visit date with the Gamecocks. “He called me like last week or two weeks ago and wanted me to come up their for an official,” Taylor said. “I’m thinking about doing the Vanderbilt game (November 2nd), so he said I might have to fly up their Saturday morning and go from there.” Taylor has been keeping a close watch on the Gamecocks from afar with an eye on the play of the defense. “I like to watch the defense a lot, and also one of my close friends is on the defense, (CB) John Dixon,” Taylor said. “I like to watch him ball at the college level because that’s what we’ve always been talking about. I’m also watching the whole team also to see what coach Muschamp does with the team, like if they lose, how he brings them back, and coach T-Rob (Travaris Robinson), how he keeps the defense united as one whole team and not let them panic and try to get better.” The presence of his good friend Dixon with the Gamecocks is no small matter in Taylor’s recruiting. “John Dixon always keeps up, like every week, what you going to do, you need to get up here and see how it is, all that kind of stuff,” Taylor said. “He wants another kid from the Tampa Bay area that can play with him. And he thought I can fit that defense that they have and have a chance to start early too.” Taylor said he remains committed to Arizona State at this point but USC and Louisville, and to a lesser degree Penn State, are also on his mind. “Still looking at other schools also, taking advantage of the recruiting and looking around still,” he said. “I want to see the game atmosphere and if I feel the vibe, the feeling of a player and a student-athlete better than I felt at ASU.” This weekend Taylor will take an official visit to Louisville and he’ll celebrate his birthday with the Cardinals. He’s not sure when he’ll make a final decision. He will sign in December but he will not graduate early.
  22. Gamecocks and young QB developing relationship Oct. 01, 2019, | sportstalk USC is set at quarterback for the 2020 class with Luke Doty of Myrtle Beach. For the 2021 class, the Gamecocks seem to like Colten Gautier of Dacula, GA a lot. Doty and Gautier were at USC Saturday night for the Kentucky game. Another quarterback prospect in the house that night was 2022 class member Grantt Logan (6-1 205) of Mooresboro, NC. He camped at USC the last two summers when recruiter Bobby Bentley first took notice, and he was in for the spring game in April. Saturday night, he got his first exposure to real Gamecock football. “It was an absolutely great visit,” Logan said. “Such hospitality and kind people in Columbia. We were treated with A-1 service. Everything from the tour of the facilities, the food, to the bus ride from the football facilities, to the stadium for pregame, was amazing. The atmosphere in the stadium was electric. It was family weekend, and it was fitting that my mom and dad were able to make the trip with me. I’m truly grateful for the opportunity to be a part of something special at Gamecock Nation.” The evaluation process by the schools continues for Logan. No one has offered yet, but it’s still early and he’s still developing. “The Gamecocks are showing good interest at this point and I’m hoping it is just a matter of time for the offer from them to come in,” Logan said. “I feel like if I just keep working hard in the classroom and on the field that there are plenty of schools that will be interested in my services. Some feedback that I have been getting is that coaches like my size, accuracy, and arm strength.” This weekend Logan will be at Notre Dame for the game against Bowling Green and later in the month he plans to be in Chapel Hill for the Duke-North Carolina game. In four game this season according to MaxPreps, Logan is completing 62% of his passes for 508 yards, 8 touchdowns and just 1 interception. He has a quarterback rating of 121.4. He’s also rushed for 3 touchdowns on 11 carries.
  23. Tuesday morning recruiting notes Oct. 01, 2019 USC target TE Jaheim Bell of Valdosta, GA tore his ACL in practice last week and is out for the season. He told Rivals he’s focused on USC, Florida State and Oklahoma. He visited USC for the Alabama game and has taken officials to USC and Oklahoma and has visited FSU several times. He has set December 18th for his commitment announcement. USC is the first to offer 2022 ATH Malaki Starks of Jefferson, GA. In three games this season according to MaxPreps, Starks has 270 rushing yards on 19 carries, an average of 19.3 yards per carry, 5 catches for 176 yards and he has scored 6 touchdowns. He also has 12 tackles on defense. 2020 ATH Antonio McKnight of CE Murray, 2021 PK Will Fowler of Spartanburg and 2022 ATH KZ Adams of Gray Collegiate were among the prospects in Columbia Saturday night for the USC game against Kentucky.
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