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  1. Gamecock summer newcomers could help shape offense March 15, 2020 / GCF Staff Report Facing a question about the identity of his offense, new South Carolina coordinator Mike Bobo pointed to a roadblock in figuring that out. Not everyone is in the mix yet and will be late summer before the Gamecocks offense takes shape. The Gamecocks were going through spring practice see coronavirus (COVID-19) without two freshman tight ends, two freshman wide receivers and a pair of running backs who’ve all yet to enroll. To hear Bobo’s tone, it sounded as if he expects those players to have impacts on their respective rotations. He flat out said he expects those newcomers to “shape” the identity at the skill positions. They’ll all be on campus this summer. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  2. Gamecock summer newcomers could help shape offense March 15, 2020 / GCF Staff Report Facing a question about the identity of his offense, new South Carolina coordinator Mike Bobo pointed to a roadblock in figuring that out. Not everyone is in the mix yet and will be late summer before the Gamecocks offense takes shape. The Gamecocks were going through spring practice see coronavirus (COVID-19) without two freshman tight ends, two freshman wide receivers and a pair of running backs who’ve all yet to enroll. To hear Bobo’s tone, it sounded as if he expects those players to have impacts on their respective rotations. He flat out said he expects those newcomers to “shape” the identity at the skill positions. They’ll all be on campus this summer. He didn’t speak directly to the pair of running backs JUCO transfer ZaQuandre White and incoming freshman Rashad Amos but did say he’d like to see a fully stocked backfield. USC as of last week had only two of three scholarship runners available. Here is the breakdown he gave for the other four incoming skill players: “A guy that I watched on tape here when I got here, and then I watched his tape from when he was down in the Savannah area. And I see a guy that can run and is big that hopefully will be a guy that can hopefully take the top off a defense for us.” HS stats: 28 catches for 596 yards and six touchdowns WIDE RECEIVER GER-CARI CALDWELL “I knew about him at Colorado State. He kind of burst on the scene his senior year and we thought we’d have a shot at it because really nobody was on him at the time, and then he kind of blew up late in recruiting. But he’s a 6-4 kid that can jump and can run. I think he’s another long kid that’ll give us give us an opportunity to bring depth to that room because we need some depth at receiver.” HS stats: 51 receptions for 744 yards and seven touchdowns TIGHT END ERIC SHAW “I think he’s probably a little bit farther behind, as far as learning how to play the position and run routes because he had been at the receiver position. But he has a huge, huge upside. I just hope coach Muschamp doesn’t try to steal him and put him on defense.” HS stats: 26 receptions for 445 yards and four touchdowns, 128 and has four sacks, three interceptions on defense TIGHT END JAHEIM BELL “Obviously played out wide and played some receiver. He’s just naturally going to probably grow himself into a big wideout or a guy that we’ll be able to move around at the tight end position. He’s 220 pounds right now. He sent me a picture the other day of (him) working out. He was coming off a knee injury and he’s back, working out and I’m excited to get him in here. A guy that will be able to move around and hopefully create some mismatches.” HS stats: 210 receiving yards in an injury-shortened junior season, 770 yards as a junior
  3. New faces for Gamecocks now and how might that change things? March 15, 2020 / GCF Staff Report There might have been a point this offseason where it couldn’t hurt to hand out nametags to some to the new South Carolina football staffers, considering the volume of departures and arrivals. An offseason of change so far saw 40% of Will Muschamp’s core coaching staff change over, plus the man running his recruiting operation as well as the strength coach. The changes didn’t even wrap up officially until five days before the team hit the field for spring ball. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  4. Observations from the Gamecocks first 5 spring practices March 15, 2020, Henry Fusco Multiple coaches and players have spoken, and a few practices were open. Let's talk observation (VIEW ARTICLE)
  5. Mike Bobo high on RB MarShawn Lloyd ‘has a chance to be a special back’ March 16, 2020, Henry Fusco Bobo would have no problem playing a freshman tailback, and he’ll have the chance to do that with MarShawn Lloyd, a South Carolina early enrollee who was rated as high as a five-star recruit by one service. Bobo said. “Running back is a position that you can tell pretty quick if a guy’s got it and usually you’re not signing a running back to redshirt him. “What your running back should be doing, if they’re not starting at tailback, is they should be starting on special teams.” (VIEW ARTICLE)
  6. Mike Bobo high on RB MarShawn Lloyd ‘has a chance to be a special back’ March 16, 2020, Henry Fusco Bobo would have no problem playing a freshman tailback, and he’ll have the chance to do that with MarShawn Lloyd, a South Carolina early enrollee who was rated as high as a five-star recruit by one service. Bobo said. “Running back is a position that you can tell pretty quick if a guy’s got it and usually you’re not signing a running back to redshirt him. “What your running back should be doing, if they’re not starting at tailback, is they should be starting on special teams.” Lloyd might well start at tailback when the 2020 season begins as the team has a vacuum of experience four players with starting experience (47 combined starts) graduated from last year’s team. South Carolina is working shorthanded this spring as junior college transfer ZaQuandre White and freshman Rashad Amos have yet to enroll. That left the team just with three scholarship runners on campus, and top returning rusher Kevin Harris has not been practicing. So it’s meant a lot of work for Lloyd. Bobo said added. “He has a chance to be a special back. He’s very diligent about how he approaches every day. He comes with the right mindset. He’s sitting in coach [Bobby] Bentley’s meeting room 30 minutes before the other guys get there. He wants to learn. He wants to be ready.” Lloyd came in at No. 42 nationally in the final 247Sports Composite rankings for his class (Moreno was No. 68). Rivals had the explosive, stout back at No. 33 and rated him a five-star. Playing for athletic power DeMatha outside Washington, D.C., he posted 1,197 yards and 11 touchdowns as a senior. He got a run on SportsCenter and produced more than a few big plays against a national-level schedule. Bobo also spoke highly of his other available scholarship back, sophomore Deshaun Fenwick, noting he showed toughness in some of the blocking drills the staff employs. And one thing is clear: South Carolina won’t put itself in the spot Georgia did, getting only two years out of a top back by choice. In closing Bobo said. “There’s good competition there. I wish we had more guys out there competing right now. But those guys are doing a good job.”
  7. Top 5 Question for improvements’ I would like to see answered in 2020 Jan. 17, 2020, | GCF Staff Report Now that the dust has settle down with the transfers and coaching shakeup for the most part over with except for need of a special teams and linebacker coach, who decide to go to Texas. But anyhow, the Gamecocks are moving forward and trying to put the 4-8 campaign from 2019 squarely in the rearview mirror. Some of the issues that lead to the dismal season were on the offense side performance that was caused by its share of injuries causing problems from the line to the backfield itself. (VIEW ARTICLE)

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