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  1. USC has a big recruiting weekend on tap plus a new offer goes out April 26, 2019 USC has a big recruiting weekend on tap with some scheduled official visits and invitations out to other top prospects to visit on Saturday. Scheduled for official visits are WR Ze’Vian Capers, RB Tank Bigsby and OL Javien Cohen, a former Gamecock commitment. Three-star OL Javion Cohen The offensive line MVP winner at the Rivals Atlanta camp, Cohen made waves last week when he decommitted from the Gamecocks just weeks after initially committing to the program. Four-star RB Tank Bigsby Bigsby is ranked a four-star "athlete" by Rivals.com, but is a running back on the Gamecocks' board and easily one of their top overall targets. The 6-foot-1, 195-pound Hoganville (Ga.) Callaway standout has been high on the Gamecocks for some time and has been a mainstay on campus over the last five months. Four-star DE Myles Murphy South Carolina landed Murphy's four-star receiver teammate Mike Wyman earlier this month and hopes to make it a two from Greensboro's Dudley High as Murphy is a huge priority for them. Three-star WR Ze'Vian Capers A 6-foot-4, 215-pounder receiver who can go up and get the football, Capers is currently committed to Arkansas but has always had his eye on South Carolina and has family in the Palmetto State. New Offer By The Gamecock Staff USC offered 2021 WR Jayden Thomas of Atlanta. Some of his other offers are Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina and Michigan.
  2. 4-star pass rusher DE Myles Murphy’s has Gamecocks atop his list April 17, 2019 Take a gander at Myles Murphy’s timeline, and things don’t look bad for South Carolina football. The four-star defensive end is set to be back on campus in less than two weeks. A month later, he’ll be back on campus for his official visit. Oh, and he’ll make his decision in June. On Tuesday, the 6-foot-5, 260-pounder watched his new teammate, wide receiver Mike Wyman, announce a long-silent pledge to the Gamecocks. Afterward, he said South Carolina leads a list that includes Alabama, LSU and UNC. USC was among his first offers, and he’s built a bond with some of the coaches in Columbia. “I talked to coach (John) Scott a lot and (Will) Muschamp,” Murphy said. “Me and coach Muschamp, we talk every day. He’s just telling me about academics, if I don’t make it to the league, they can make sure I graduate, do all that good stuff I wanted to do.” Murphy is the No. 177 player in the country in the 247 Sports composite rankings. He’s 10th among strongside defensive ends and ninth among players in North Carolina. He recently transferred from Southwest Guilford High School to join Wyman at Dudley. He’s moving from an 8-4 team to one that went 10-4 last season. As a junior, he posted 53 tackles, 18 for loss, and 10 sacks on a defense that allowed 12.6 points per game. He said the Gamecocks are recruiting him as an end and outside linebacker, so likely the hybrid Buck position where they tend to put top pass rushers. What transpires over the next couple months could impact the Gamecocks’ position, but for the moment, the blue chipper likes Muschamp, has a teammate already in the fold and has a very high opinion of the program putting on a full-court press. “I love South Carolina,” Murphy said.
  3. 3 star Offensive lineman Javion Cohen decommits from South Carolina’s 2020 recruiting class April 16, 2019 The South Carolina Gamecocks football team lost a commit when Phenix City, Alabama offensive lineman Javion Cohen decommitted from the 2020 class on Monday night. He had picked USC in late March. When he committed, he claimed offers from Alabama, Florida State and LSU. Cohen is the No. 440 player in the country in the 247 Sports composite rankings, a three-star recruit. He’s the No. 37 offensive tackle and No. 21 player in Alabama. Last season, he was on a 14-0 team that averaged 41.3 points per game. It’s the same school that produced star Clemson receiver Justyn Ross.
  4. Gamecocks offered 2021 WR Jayden Thomas of Atlanta April 25, 2019
  5. Gamecocks offer TE Blake Smith April 25, 2019 Gamecocks offered 3 star TE Blake Smith 6'4" 247lbs of Dallas, TX. Some of his other offers are TCU, Iowa State, NC State, Oklahoma State, UCF and Florida State
  6. CB Art Green has three SEC visits planned April 25, 2019, | By SportsTalk Radio Network CB Art Green 6'2" 200lbs of Hutchinson JC, KS is about the pick things up with his recruiting as his spring practice comes to a close this week. Green hasn’t done much in practice as he’s recovering from labrum surgery, but he has been working out some official visits, all this summer with SEC programs. Green said he is set to see Tennessee June 11th and Kentucky June 15th. He’s also planning to take an official visit to Missouri in late July. USC is also one of his offers. The Gamecocks also have offered his teammate OL Jazston Turnetine. Green said Gamecock recruiter Travaris Robinson remains in contact and there is still interest both ways Turnetine has said he is looking at June 1st for an official visit with the Gamecocks. Green said he’s also talking with Louisville, Nebraska, Oklahoma State, Virginia Tech, TCU, Kansas State and Boise State. He said at this point Tennessee and Missouri are the two he feels best about based on their level of interest in him.
  7. TE/DE AJ Beatty of Pittsburgh, a Gamecocks target, was offered by Virginia.
  8. Gamecock coaches set for busy recruiting stretch By HALE MCGRANAHAN NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C. -- An accelerated recruiting calendar has made for a longer spring, if you’re an assistant coach for the South Carolina Gamecocks. Even though the current players are finished with spring practice, recruiting never stops for coach Will Muschamp and his 10 assistant coaches. The fourth-year head coach is spared from the extra long hours on the recruiting trail, at least during the spring evaluation period, which permits schools to make two evaluation stops at each prospect’s school. Additionally, South Carolina’s staff is also into its second year of spring official visits. As a result, the two coordinators (Bryan McClendon and Travaris Robinson) and other assistants (Dan Werner, Thomas Brown, Bobby Bentley, Eric Wolford, Mike Peterson, John Scott Jr., Coleman Hutzler and Kyle Krantz) are gearing up for a relatively grueling stretch, though they certainly log plenty of man hours at other points during the year. “It makes a for a long week for the assistant coaches, because they’re on the road all week and we’ve got official visits on the weekend, which is a 48-hour time period that we’re able to have a young man on campus,” Muschamp said. “We’ll start some of that this weekend the carry that through spring, but it is what it is. I think we’ve done a really good job with the spring visits. “I think it’s been very productive, as far as the young men that we’ve brought in on campus, in those situations, then been able to sign them on signing day in December or February.” (TO READ FULL ARTICLE CLICK) 247SPORTS
  9. Gamecocks an early offer for 2021 Florida RB Ricky Parks April 24, 2019, |By SportsTalk Radio Network USC last week was one of the first major programs to offer class of 2021 RB Ricky Parks 5'11" 200lbs of Tampa. Iowa, Penn State, Virginia and Purdue are some others who have come on board. It’s early in the process for Parks and he’s just starting to build his relationship with the Gamecocks. “I’ve seen South Carolina play on TV and I think they are a physical and well coached team,” Parks said. “I saw how they got better thru the season as they played very good teams. I’m also very interested to see what it’s like in person, like the things they do in the weight room and practice, just to explore the school and meet the coaches.” Parks said he plans to visit schools this summer and USC will get one of his stops. From his conversations with running backs coach Thomas Brown, Parks has a good idea of what he thinks of him. “They say I have great size and great speed for a guy my size and they think I can be a special back,” Parks said. Last season Parks rushed for 1136 yards and 11 touchdowns.
  10. 4 star RB Tank Bigsby is visiting this weekend. Gamecocks have a great shot with this kid. Gamecocks could use his talents and 5 star RB Lloyd would really put the icing on the cake at RB recruiting. but Gamecocks still have there work cut out to land RB Lloyd
  11. Wednesday morning recruiting news April 24, 2019 USC offered WR Josh Downs of Suwanee, GA. He’s been committed to North Carolina. USC offered 2021 LB Dink Jackson of Melbourne, FL. 2021 ATH Lovasea Carroll of Warrenton, GA plans to visit USC this weekend.
  12. WR EJ Williams will name his top 5 May 1st. April 23, 2019 WR EJ Williams of Phenix City, AL will name a top five May 1st. He has offers from USC among others.
  13. Muschamp offers Georgia corner on first visit Gamecocks April 23, 2019, | By SportsTalk Radio Network CB Jamorri Colson (5-11 160) of Ocilla, GA made his first ever visit to USC Monday and he left with an offer from the Gamecocks. Colson plays cornerback and wide receiver and he said Muschamp and defensive coordinator/secondary coach Travaris Robinson want him as a corner. “It means a lot to get an offer from a big school like that, a successful school at that, that means a lot too,” Colson said. “I think it’s a good place to go. They coach you hard. Most importantly, they worry about your education there too. It’s a pretty good program they’ve got up there in Columbia.” Colson said when he and teammate DJ Lundy and their coaches arrived, they toured the new football operations center. “I loved it,” he said. “The nutrition center (stood out). And when we first got there, we went to the weight room and the strength and condition coach gave us a good look at things.” Colson had a conversation with Muschamp during the visit and hear some good things from him. “He said he loved my character, how I just don’t play football but play basketball and run track,” he said. “He said he actually loved my tape.” And as for what Robinson likes about him, Colson said, “He just loves the way I play. He said he loves my technique and my skill set.” Colson said he also has offers from West Virginia, Maryland, Indiana, Colorado, Colorado State, Mississippi State, Georgia Southern, Coastal Carolina, Akron and Troy. He also has visited Wake Forest, Appalachian State, Georgia Southern and Troy. Tuesday Colson said he and Lundy and their coaches will visit Clemson and Georgia Tech. He said he hears from Clemson “every once in awhile.” Colson said he plans to let the process play out for a little bit and doesn’t plan to return to USC until he takes his official visit in December.
  14. Georgia LB names Gamecocks favorite after first visit April 23, 2019, | By SportsTalk Radio Network LB DJ Lundy (6-0 225) of Ocilla, GA has owned an USC for nearly a year and Monday he made his first visit to the campus along with teammate Jamorri Colson and some coaches. Lundy played most running back last season rushing for 1800 yards, but he said the Gamecocks like him as a middle linebacker. “It went wonderful. The facilities look nice, the atmosphere there, I talked to the coaches and they like me and want to get me back on more visits,” Lundy said. “I think they are on the rise. I feel like they are fixing to take over.” Lundy met with Will Muschamp and his defensive coaches while on the visit. They explained to him more about their defensive scheme and what his role would be in it. “They fit me perfectly,” he said. “They talked about their defensive scheme and how I would fit it, what they would get out of it and what i would get out of it. Things went well.” So well, Lundy was ready to name the Gamecocks his leader after the visit. “That put them at the top for me,” Lundy said. “Yeah, I would call them my favorite. Number two right now I’d say is Kentucky followed by Vanderbilt.” Lundy’s other offers include Kentucky, Vanderbilt, West Virginia, Auburn, Virginia Tech, Mississippi State and Troy. He has also been to Auburn, Georgia Southern, Florida, Georgia and Alabama. He will visit Clemson and Georgia Tech Friday. Lundy said he wants to take visits to his offering schools this summer and then make his decision. He and the Gamecocks talked about an official visit this December following his playoffs.
  15. Chris Clark • GamecockCentral.com Miami (Florida) Gulliver Prep tight end Diego Lamonica is beginning to gain more traction on the recruiting front, with South Carolina among the programs to have recently jumped in with a scholarship offer. As it turns out, there's already a connection between the school and Lamonica's family.
  16. Crystal Ball predictions for South Carolina's defensive targets April 22, 2019 The 2020 South Carolina Gamecocks recruiting class exited the Easter holiday ranked No. 21 in the country, according to the 247Sports composite. A foursome of 4-star prospects highlight the five-man class, which includes quarterback Luke Doty(Myrtle Beach, S.C.) and wide receiver Mike Wyman (Greensboro, N.C.), who joined the class less than a week ago. Even though the class is ranked 21st, South Carolina’s average player rating (92.02) is topped only by nine other teams (Alabama, LSU, Clemson, Ohio State, Notre Dame, Georgia, Oklahoma, Stanford and Nebraska). Plenty of targets are still on the market to join the 2020 class, which is currently made up of two wide receivers, two offensive linemen and a quarterback. Below is a look at the Crystal Ball selections for some of the offensive prospects that are being courted by the South Carolina Gamecocks. DE Desmond Evans - Sanford, N.C. (Lee County): The lone reading tells you all you need to know about Evans, a 5-star defensive end who doesn’t appear to be anywhere close to settling on a school. He’s talked about posting a 10-team list of favorites at some point this spring, but has yet to pull the trigger on that announcement. South Carolina had him back on campus a few weeks ago for his first visit since last football season. North Carolina, the team with the only prediction, is certainly off to a strong start. The lure of playing basketball for the Tar Heels has also been cast by the staff in Chapel Hill. VERY GOOD READ By HALE MCGRANAHAN (To Read full Article CLICK) 247sports
  17. Monday morning recruiting report April 22, 2019 USC target TE John Copenhaver of Roswell, GA committed to North Carolina. USC target TE/DE AJ Beatty of Pittsburgh visited NC State Sunday after visiting North Carolina Saturday. USC target TE Kendall Karr of Belmont, NC committed to North Carolina. Mansfield, TX CB Jalen Kimber, who had USC and Clemson offers, committed to Georgia. Safety Brian Branch of Tyrone, GA committed to Alabama. He visited USC last summer and had an offer. Hammond DE Jordan Burch visited Georgia Saturday for its spring game. He also was at USC’s spring game. Former USC commitment OL Javion Cohen of Phenix City AL, was offered by Auburn Friday while on a visit.
  18. By HALE MCGRANAHAN 2 hours ago A foursome of 4-star prospects highlight the five-man class, which includes quarterback Luke Doty(Myrtle Beach, S.C.) and wide receiver Mike Wyman (Greensboro, N.C.), who joined the class less than a week ago. Even though the class is ranked 21st, South Carolina’s average player rating (92.02) is topped only by nine other teams (Alabama, LSU, Clemson, Ohio State, Notre Dame, Georgia, Oklahoma, Stanford and Nebraska). FULL STORY: https://247sports.com/college/south-carolina/LongFormArticle/South-Carolna-Gamecocks-recruitign-crystal-ball-2020-131379646/#131379646_1
  19. 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.
  20. Family of new Gamecocks offer has something else to cheer about April 20, 2019, | By SportsTalk Radio Network TE Diego Lamonica (6-5 227) of Miami has visited the Palmetto State twice on recruiting visits, both times to Clemson. He’ll be back this summer, but this time the destination will be USC. Lamonica landed an offer from the Gamecocks earlier in the week, and perhaps a “Go Cocks” went out from his mom. She’s a former Gamecock cheerleader. “It meant a lot to me because my mom was a cheerleader there, so I have family ties there. It did mean a lot to me,” Lamonica said. “They said they like the way I’m a versatile tight end. I can play in the backfield, I can play on the line and I can play unattached from the O-line.” Lamonica said he talked with Gamecock head coach Will Muschamp Thursday. The offer was actually delivered to him by tight ends coach Bobby Bentley. Up until those conversations, he had not heard much from the Gamecocks. “They only sent me a note to come to their spring game, which I wasn’t able to make, but besides that there was really no contact,” Lamonica said. “They said they liked what I can do by being a very versatile type player, and he (Bentley) said he really wanted to coach me and wanted to get me up there for a visit as soon as possible.” The reason Lamonica didn’t make it to USC for the spring game was because he was at Clemson for that spring game the same afternoon. “It was amazing. There was something like 60-thousand people out there for a spring game, which was crazy for me to see,” he said. “They (Clemson) said that they are interested in me but since my film is short they just want to see me in a camp. I’m hearing from them pretty much every day.” Lamonica missed three games of his junior season with an injury, and before that there wasn’t much football film on him because he was focused on basketball. Lamonica said Oregon and Vanderbilt were the other two schools showing the strongest interest in him right now. He plans to take some visits this summer and he said USC would be a definite stopping point. He does not have a timeframe on a decision.
  21. Gamecocks staying tight with JUCO OL Turnetine April 20, 2019, | By SportsTalk Radio Network USC offensive line coach Eric Wolford was one of the first to evaluate and offer OL Jazston Turnetine. And he and head coach Will Muschamp have not let up in their recruiting efforts. “They are still showing me a lot of love as far as recruiting-wise,” Turnetine said. “They send me good morning texts everyday still and calls here and there.” Turnetine mostly is in touch with his potential future coach, Wolford, and he said the coach is already getting him prepared for life in his room. “Telling me what he’s been telling the guys in O-line meetings,” he said “He said to finish off this semester strong academically.” Graduating on time in December will be key for Turnetine and the Gamecocks. He said that’s his goal and he’s working to get that done with an eye towards possibly landing in Columbia. “I still have a lot of love for them like they have a lot of love for me,” he said. “They are the number one team that talks to me everyday. Everyone else, I guess, they just offered me but not really talk to me. Houston talks to me too.” Turnetine said he and Wolford have talked about an official visit and they are looking at the end of May for that. He also has offers from Missouri and West Virginia and said Arizona and Oklahoma also are showing interest.
  22. Christian Veilleux Future QB prospect visits Gamecocks Friday April 20, 2019, | By SportsTalk Radio Network USC has offered at least a half dozen quarterbacks in the 2021 class and Friday one of those offered candidates, Christian Veilleux (6-4 190) 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.” USC 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 1699 yards with 17 touchdowns and 8 interceptions. He completed 54% of his passes.
  23. 5 star North Carolina DE feels strong on Carolina April 19, 2019, | By SportsTalk Radio Network Rivals bio 247sports bio Rivals star ranking 247sports star ranking New North Carolina coach Mack Brown has turned up the recruiting efforts in his home state hoping to keep as many of the top players in state at home. He’s digging deep for 5 Star DE Desmond Evans 6'6" 245lbs of Sanford, NC, but so are others, including USC which does have a place at the table with him. Evans visited USC for two games last season and he was back for an unofficial visit the end of March. The interest in the Gamecocks, from his side of things, is real. “They are going to be in my top ten,” Evans said. “They are cool, I can relate to them. Coach Kyle (Krantz), coach Mike Peterson and coach (Will) Muschamp, we have a group chat together, they text me all the time.” Evans said the Gamecocks have explained to him they would deploy him in their “Buck” defensive end position so he can rush the passer but also be used in coverage. He said the Gamecock coaches like several things about his approach to the game. “The way I play. Aggressive. Smart. And good athlete. I finish,” he said. Evans also has visited North Carolina, Duke, Virginia Tech and NC State. His top five will get his official visits and he expects USC to be on that list. Clemson also is an offer and he visited there last summer. He said he’s been in touch with Clemson through texting and still has the Tigers on his list. “If I go there, I can have a good chance of being successful down the road,” Evans said. “I know I’ll get a ring. I don’t really care about the ring. I just care about what I can do outside of school because that’s going to help me in the long run.” Evans said at this point he’s not sure when he’ll make a decision or if he will sign early. Some of his other offers are Alabama, Ohio State, Penn State, Florida, Texas A&M, Kentucky and Mississippi State. Last season Evans recorded 69 tackles with 25 tackles for loss and 12 sacks. He has 46 sacks over the last two seasons.
  24. Dream DL class of Evans, Murphy, Tonka, Burch, and Boogie. Looking for Tonka to be next, keeping fingers crossed.
  25. Thursday morning recruiting report April 18, 2019 USC offered TE Diego Lamonica of Miami. Clemson has not yet offered but has been showing a lot of interest. He has visited Clemson twice. He also has offers from West Virginia, Syracuse, UCF, Virginia, Vanderbilt, Oregon and others. USC offered 2021 ATH Lovasea Carroll of Warrenton, GA. 2021 RB Rick Parks of Tampa was offered by USC USC OL commitment Issiah Walker of Miami put out a tweet Wednesday directed to Gamecock fans reassuring them he is still firmly committed despite all the visits he’s been taken and his recent comment that he was open on his decision. But Wednesday night he threw out another tweet stating: “But I’m still open.” WR Antonio Barber, formerly of Rock Hill and now in Cornelius, NC, plans to visit Liberty Saturday. USC Gamecocks reached out to him earlier this week. Hammond DE Jordan Burch will visit Georgia Saturday for its spring game according to Dawgs247. Mansfield, TX CB Jalen Kimber, who had USC and Clemson offers, committed to Georgia.

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