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  1. Recruiting News for Tuesday morning March 19, 2019 TE Drake Dabney (6-6 230) of Cypress, TX was offered by USC. Some other offers are Houston, Arizona, Boston College, Iowa State, Kansas State, Louisville, Purdue, TCU, Vanderbilt and others. 2022 FS Sam McCall of Lakeland, FL was offered by USC. He also plays wide receiver. West Virginia also has offered. USC target WR Micheal Wyman of Greensboro, NC was offered by West Virginia.
  2. Monday morning Recruiting news March 18, 2019 USC OL commit Issiah Walker visited Florida State Saturday. USC target WR Michael Wyman of Greensboro, NC visited Florida Saturday. Byrnes RB Rahjai Harris was offered by Charlotte.
  3. Weekend Recruiting News March 16, 2019 USC target OL Javion Cohen was offered by LSU. USC target TE John Copenhaver of Roswell, GA was offered by Michigan.
  4. Gamecock Recruiting News Thursday Morning March 14, 2019 UCF offered WR Jalen Coit and DL Xavier McIver of Cheraw. USC commitment OL Issiah Walker of Miami will visit Florida State this weekend. USC WR commit Da’Qon Stewart offered by Syracuse.
  5. Sunday evening recruiting news and notes of interest March 10, 2019 ATH Dominick Hill of Orlando, who visited USC earlier this month, has set August 1st for his commitment announcement. He also has recently visited Alabama, Auburn and Central Florida. WR Jhari Patterson of Asheville, NC visited North Carolina Saturday. He has a USC offer. 2021 DL Payton Page of Greensboro, NC was at North Carolina Saturday. He has a USC offer as well. USC target LB Desmond Tisdol of Rochelle, GA visited Florida State over the weekend. He visited Auburn earlier in the week. Conway DL Tonka Hemmingway was offered by West Virginia.
  6. Friday morning recruiting news March 08, 2019 USC target WR Jaheim Bell of Valdosta, GA was offered by Ole Miss. USC target LB Desmond Tisdol of Rochelle, GA plans to visit Florida State this weekend. He also has visited USC, Georgia, Auburn and North Carolina. Clemson offered LB Mohamed Kaba of Clinton, NC. He also has a USC offer. He has had a top five of USC, Tennessee, North Carolina, NC State and Duke. 2021 WR Gavin Blackwell of Indian Trail, NC has USC in top 6 with Duke, NC State, North Carolina, Virginia Tech and West Virginia.
  7. Recruiting news and latest updates March 06, 2019 USC offered TE Kole Taylor (6-6 225) of Grand Junction, CO. Other offers include Arkansas, BYU, Cal, Colorado and Indiana. USC offered DT Gary Smith (6-2 295) of Shelbyville, TN. Duke, Vanderbilt, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest also are among his offers. USC target WR Michael Wyman of Greensboro, NC plans to visit North Carolina Saturday according to the UNC Rivals site. He has an official visit set with the Gamecocks for next month. USC and Clemson target RB Kobe Pryor of Cedartown, GA was offered by LSU and Notre Dame. USC has offered, Clemson has not. USC target DE Myles Murphy of Greensboro, NC picked up offers from East Carolina and Virginia. LB De’Rickey Wright of Attallah, AL picked up offers from Kentucky and Texas A&M. He also has a USC offer and plans to visit Clemson Saturday. USC target WR target WR Justin Robinson of McDonough, GA committed to Georgia last weekend. USC target WR Jaheim Bell of Valdosta, GA was offered by Minnesota. 2021 DE Jahvaree Ritzie of Kernersville, NC was offered by USC. Cheraw WR Jalen Coit was offered by Virginia Tech.
  8. Monday Morning Recruiting News March 04, 2019 USC target WR Jaheim Bell of Valdosta, GA visited Tennessee over the weekend. Hammond QB Jackson Muschamp made a visit to Georgia over the weekend, his dad’s alma mater. USC offered LB Josh White (6-1 205) of Cypress, TX. He’s a national level recruit based on his listed offers at this point. USC target WR Michael Wyman of Greensboro, NC visited Georgia Friday. USC target OL Javion Cohen of Pell City, AL was offered by Louisville. USC offered LB Trey Shaw (6-5 205) of Notasulga, AL. Some of his other offers are Auburn, Kentucky, Mississippi State, Kansas, Notre Dame and Purdue.
  9. Sunday Gamecock recruiting news March 03, 2019 ▪ South Carolina offensive line commitment Issiah Walker of Miami was offered by Ohio State. He’s also getting a strong push from Florida and Miami. ▪ Indian Land 2021 offensive lineman Prestin Hawkins (6-foot-5, 290 pounds) will visit USC on Friday according to his high school team’s Twitter. ▪ Hammond defensive end Jordan Burch visited LSU on Tuesday and attended the basketball game there that night according to the LSU 247Sports site. He’s also visited South Carolina, Clemson and Alabama this year. ▪ USC wide receiver target Michael Wyman of Greensboro, N.C. plans to release his top schools soon. He has made multiple visits to USC and the Gamecocks have been high up on his list. ▪ Gamecocks target corner Art Green of Hutchinson Community College (Kansas) was offered by Tennessee. ▪ USC target offensive Jazston Turnetine of Hutchinson Community College (Kansas) was offered by West Virginia. ▪ The Gamecocks make the top 5 with North Carolina linebacker Mohamed Kaba. The others on the list are North Carolina, NC State, Duke and Tennessee.
  10. Friday morning recruiting report March 01, 2019 USC commitment OL Issiah Walker of Miami was offered by Ohio State. He’s also getting a strong push from Florida and Miami. 2021 OL Prestin Hawkins (6-5 290) of Indian Land will visit USC Friday according to his high school team’s Twitter. DE Jordan Burch of Hammond visited LSU Tuesday and attended the basketball game there that night according to the LSU 247Sports site. He’s also visited USC, Clemson and Alabama this year. USC WR target Michael Wyman of Greensboro, NC plans to release his top schools soon. He has made multiple visits to USC and the Gamecocks have been high up on his list. USC target CB Art Green of Hutchinson JC, KS was offered by Tennessee. USC target OL Jazston Turnetine of Hutchinson JC, KS was offered by West Virginia. USC make the top 5 with LB Mohamed Kaba of North Carolina. The others on the list are North Carolina, NC State, Duke and Tennessee.
  11. Georgia tight end gets inspirational quote each day from USC’s Will Muschamp February 28, 2019 Roswell, Ga., tight end John Copenhaver (6-foot-3, 210 pounds) visited South Carolina for a junior day Jan. 26. Since then, the Gamecocks have been in regular communication with him. Copenhaver said head coach Will Muschamp and tight ends coach Bobby Bentley have been inspiring him while at the same time keeping him in the loop about developments within the program. “Coach Muschamp and coach Bentley have been recruiting pretty heavily,” Copenhaver said. “I’ve just been talking to them and keeping up with them a lot. He (Muschamp) sends me an inspirational quote every day and it kind of gets my day going.” Copenhaver said he caught around 50 passes last season for 760 yards and 10 touchdowns. He can play attached as a pure tight end or he can detach and play in the slot as a receiver. His versatility is one aspect of his game that’s impressed the Gamecock coaches. “I’m not really too big to where I’m mostly blocking and then running short routes,” he said. “I’m kind of big where I can block when I need to or I can go out and run a route. I’m faster than most tight ends and they’re just saying to keep my speed up but also gain some muscle weight.” Copenhaver plans to return to USC, possibly for the spring game. If not then, he’ll be back for camp in June or July. He’s also considering setting an official visit with the Gamecocks. He visited North Carolina, Duke and Wake Forest two weeks ago and was at NC State last weekend. He plans to go to Florida for a junior day and is also planning to see Georgia Tech, Purdue, Iowa and Nebraska. Some of Copenhaver’s most recent offers were Nebraska, West Virginia, Georgia Tech, Iowa, Indiana and Florida.
  12. QB Brock Vandagriff & 2020 PK Axel Lepvreau to visit the Gamecock February 25, 2019 4 star 2021 QB Brock Vandagriff 6'3" 180lbs is due in at the start of next week, according to 247Sports' Rusty Mansell. Vandagriff, who's from Bogart, Ga., will also visit Clemson next week. 2020 PK Axel Lepvreau 5'9" 180lbs will return to South Carolina this Saturday, to watch spring practice.
  13. Sunday morning recruiting news February 24, 2019 Gamecock target Hammond DT Alex Huntley visited Oklahoma Saturday. Update on 2021 ATH Charles Montgomery….he played in a 7 on 7 events in Myrtle Beach Saturday. He was waiting to hear back from USC recruiter Travaris Robinson regarding a visit possibly Saturday night or Sunday. Byrnes RB Rahjai Harris visited ECU Saturday. WR Kaleb Long of Tampa visited USC Friday.
  14. Who will be the next five-star prospect for the Gamecocks February 23, 2019, Henry Fusco Coach Will Muschamp’s four recruiting classes in Columbia have landed only one five star that was last season 2019 recruiting cycle. Coach Muschamp in landing five-star defensive lineman Zacch Pickens from under the nose of Clemson and Georgia. The Anderson native represented Muschamp’s first five-star acquisition at USC. There will be some 5 stars that will be participated in the Gamecocks’ summer camp. The coaches will get a first-hand look, at a number of these highly ranked prospects this summer. Let's examine the 5-star candidates and break down which prospect is most likely to join the Gamecock five-star club. (MORE)
  15. Monday morning recruiting news February 25, 2019 2021 ATH Charles Montgomery of Valrico, FL visited USC Sunday afternoon. He said earlier in the week he’d like to talk with recruiter Travaris Robinson about possibly committing. Montgomery and his seven on seven team played Saturday in Myrtle Beach. Mauldin CB Andru Phillips set his commitment date for July 8th. Hammond DT Alex Huntley visited Oklahoma Saturday. Dutch Fork WR Jalin Hyatt, a Virginia Tech commit, was offered by Miami. Update on 2021 ATH Charles Montgomery….he played in a 7 on 7 event in Myrtle Beach Saturday. He was waiting to hear back from USC recruiter Travaris Robinson regarding a visit possibly Saturday night or Sunday. Byrnes RB Rahjai Harris visited ECU Saturday. WR Kaleb Long of Tampa visited USC Friday.
  16. Saturday evening recruiting news February 23, 2019 ▪ South Carolina offered CB Clark Phillips of La Habra, Ca. Clemson also has offered along with Georgia, Michigan, Arizona, Arizona State, Tennessee, LSU, Oregon, Notre Dame, BYU and others. ▪ The Gamecocks offered 2022 QB Gunner Stockton of Tiger, Ga.
  17. Gamecock football newest offers February 22, 2019 Here are some of the prospects who received scholarship offers from South Carolina in the last week: Windsor (On.) Holy Names class of 2020 four-star TE Theo Johnson - The 6-foot-5, 235-pounder is ranked the No. 5 tight end in the country. But this offer is most interesting, because the Gamecocks rarely venture north of the border in football recruiting. The Canadian standout appears to be the real deal. Buffalo (N.Y.) Canisius class of 2021 QB Christian Veilleux - The pro-style quarterback goes to school in Buffalo, but interestingly enough, he's actually from Canada as well. Dalton (Ga.) class of 2020 three-star RB Jahmyr Gibbs - The Gamecocks continue to hit the Peach State for backs in this class. The 5-foot-11, 180-pounder's running style reminds some of our readers of former Gamecock receiver Deebo Samuel's ability in the open field. Tiger (Ga.) Rabun County class of 2022 QB Gunner Stockton - A 6-foot-2, 195-pound dual-threat quarterback who already has eight offers, Stockton has a unique connection to South Carolina. His head coach, Jaybo Shaw, is the brother of Gamecock legend Connor Shaw. St. Louis (Mo.) Lutheran North class of 2020 four-star LB Antonio Doyle - This one is interesting because the Gamecocks rarely venture into Missouri to recruit, but the 6-foot-4, 221-pound Doyle is a national guy, ranked No. 210 in the country. Kyle Markway is the last player to sign with Carolina from the state.
  18. Monday morning recruiting updates February 18, 2019 USC Sunday offered DE Latarie Kinsler (6-3 195) of Pahokee, FL.. USC WR target Jaheim Bell of Valdosta, GA was offered by Alabama and Florida. He visited USC Friday. USC target RB Kobe Pryor of Cedartown, GA was offered by Georgia Tech. USC offered DL Warren Brinson (6-5 300) of IMG Academy. He’s a former Georgia commitment. USC offered 2021 DE Dylan Brooks (6-5 225) of Roanoke, AL. 2022 OL Jayden Johnson (6-4 300) of Goose Creek visited USC Saturday.
  19. Gamecock Recruiting weekend ends and odds February 17, 2019 USC WR target Jaheim Bell of Valdosta, GA was offered by Alabama. USC target RB Kobe Pryor of Cedartown, GA was offered by Georgia Tech. USC offered DL Warren Brinson 6'5" 300lbs of IMG Academy. He’s a former Georgia commitment. USC offered 2021 DE Dylan Brooks 6'5" 225lbs of Roanoke, AL. 2022 OL Jayden Johnson 6'4" 300lbs of Goose Creek visited USC Saturday
  20. FeatheredCock

    Tank note

    Tank is definitely taking officials to UGA, Auburn, Alabama, and South Carolina. The fifth has not yet been decided. He’s looking at making a decision before his senior season so that he can focus on winning a state championship his senior year then graduating early. I hope the Gamecocks can land this kid, if they do Bentley/Thomas brown deserves a ton of praise.
  21. Thursday morning recruiting updates February 14, 2019 Tennessee offered Cheraw WR Jalen Coit. USC commitment OL Issiah Walker plans to visit Miami Saturday. USC target target DE Myles Murphy of Greensboro, NC was offered by Miami.
  22. Gamecocks jump in 2019 team rankings on 247sports February 12, 2019 The 2019 South Carolina recruiting class jumped in the overall team rankings. On Tuesday morning, before 4-star safety Nick Cross flipped his commitment from Florida State to a signing with Maryland, South Carolina had the No. 18-ranked class in the country, according to the 247Sports composite. The Gamecocks are now No. 17. The Seminoles are 18th. READ ON 247SPORTS
  23. How South Carolina’s young vibe is impressing Columbia blue-chip lineman February 08, 2019 Hammond School defensive Alex Huntley doesn’t plan to make a decision until sometime during his senior season of football. Between now and then, he plans to make some more visits. He has been to South Carolina and Georgia and will be going to a junior day at Oklahoma. Huntley was at USC last month for their big junior day gathering. He toured the new operations building and liked it all, but one area really caught his attention. “What really stood out to me was how crazy that weight room was. It was a really nice weight room,” Huntley said. “That’s my home away from home. If I’m not at home, I’m at school or the weight room.” Huntley, who is from Maryland, said USC’s proximity to his home is a positive for the Gamecocks but it’s not a deal breaker. What’s more important is, as he sees it, the progress the program is making under Will Muschamp. “100 percent. I think the program is on the rise, no doubt,” Huntley said. “They obviously are close to the top (of his list). They are close to home. First to offer. Great relationship with the coaches. They are high up there.” Huntley said Oklahoma, Georgia, Tennessee and Stanford are some others he’s thinking strongly about at this point. Along with the junior day visit coming up with Oklahoma, he is planning an official visit with the Sooners in the spring. They no doubt have made an impression on him. “Indeed,” he said. “I love the youth of their program. Their coach is kind of young. The vibe. I just think it’s a really, really cool, fun program.” Huntley said he plans to take one or two official visits in the spring. NOTES: ▪ South Carolina offered offensive lineman Jazston Turnetine (6-foot-8, 340 pounds) of Hutchinson Community College (Kansas). He’s a native of Ellenwood, Ga. and played last season as a freshman. USC is his first offer. ▪ The Gamecocks offered St. Louis and Hutchinson Community College (Kansas) defensive back Art Green (6-foot-2, 201 pounds). As a freshman last season he hadsix interceptions. He also was offered by Houston. ▪ USC offered Clarksville, Tenn., offensive lineman Blake Hundley (6-foot-3, 285 pounds). ▪ Tallahassee 2021 wide recevier Semaj James (6-foot-2, 185 pounds) was offered by USC.
  24. Gamecock recruiting what's the latest on recruiting February 08, 2019 USC target OL Avery Jernigan of Blackshear, GA committed to Auburn. He visited USC for the junior day January 19th. USC offered OL Jazston Turnetine (6-8 340) of Hutchinson JC, KS. He’s a native of Ellenwood, GA and played last season as a freshman. USC is his first offer. USC offered DB Art Green (6-2 201) of St. Louis and Hutchinson JC, KS. As a freshman last season he had 6 interceptions. He also was offered by Houston. USC offered OL Blake Hundley (6-3 285) of Clarksville, TN. 2021 WR Semaj James (6-2 185) of Tallahassee was offered by USC OL Briggs Kearse (6-4 305) of Barnwell was offered by Georgia State. He plans to visit Wofford February 13th, Georgia State on the 18th and Furman on the 23rd. Clemson and USC were by his school to check on him. He plans to visit Clemson later this month or in March. Hammond DE Jordan Burch was offered by Alabama football according to his AAU basketball coach.
  25. Class analysis, where South Carolina’s recruiting haul ranks after signing day February 07, 2019 For all intents and purposes, South Carolina’s 2019 recruiting cycle is finished. The Gamecocks have signed 23 new players. Nine are already on campus. They got their blue chip quarterback (Ryan Hilinski), and five-star in-state coup (defensive lineman Zacch Pickens). So how does the group stack up? In the standard for ranking, the 247Sports Composite, the Gamecocks come in at 19th. They even hold there if one takes out Jahkeem Green, a longtime junior college pledge who wasn’t able to sign because of academics. That group, with one five-star and five four-stars, is one spot lower than last season’s class. It’s eighth among SEC classes. The Gamecocks were No. 17 in the ESPN rankings, with three players in the top 66, and 17th in the Rivals rankings, which had USC with nine four-star players. The group hails from eight states, but primarily the core footprint of South Carolina’s recruiting efforts. “Eighteen players from what I would say is our footprint,” Muschamp said. “Where we’re drawing most of our players from. I say in-state because our state is so small.” That’s five from South Carolina, Georgia and Florida each, plus three from North Carolina and two from Tennessee. Then there was the pair of “national players,” in Muschamp’s words: Hilinski from California and Shilo Sanders from Texas. What the class looks like by position: Quarterback: one signed Hilinski is a top-50 prospect nationally and showed well in his all-star practices. He’s not particularly mobile, but he could be the centerpiece of a pro-style passing game. He’ll almost assuredly sit a year behind Jake Bentley. Running back: one signed Kevin Harris doesn’t have a ton of recruiting hype, but the staff seems particularly high on him. He’s a big back, and Muschamp has said several times he’s got better speed than most think. Wide receiver: three signed The group boasts a lot of height, with an interesting blend of play-making. Keveon Mullins is the top-rated player, a prolific and dynamic guy with the ball in his hands. Xavier Legette has room to grow into the position, while Tyquan Johnson projects as a jump ball threat. Tight ends: two signed The pair brings some play-making potential, especially Traevon Kenion, who played wide receiver at 242 pounds as a senior and won two state titles at different schools. Offensive line: five signed None of the players is rated above three stars, but USC beat some good teams for a few of them. Jakai Moore was highly sought-after, and Jaylen Nichols has a high physical ceiling. Defensive line: four signed This is the best-rated group by far, with three four- or five-stars and a productive junior college player. Zacch Pickens, Jaquaze Sorrells and Joseph Anderson all weigh between 270 and 314 pounds, but can rush off the edge if needed. Buck/Sam: one signed Rodricus Fitten isn’t the biggest guy, but the staff likes his potential. He played a range of positions in high school. Linebacker: two signed Both Derek Boykins and Jahmar Brown are on the mobile side for linebacker, something needed against the spread offenses ubiquitous in college football. Muschamp praised the way Boykins (226 pounds) could move in space, and Brown (6-0, 195) wouldn’t be signed to an SEC roster at his size unless he could move. Defensive back: four signed The group doesn’t necessarily have any pure safeties, but it has a versatile group of players. Cam Smith is long and showed well in an all-star setting, while Muschamp said Jammie Robinson projects as a slot or safety. The coach raved about John Dixon’s ability and Shilo Sanders’ bloodline. RECRUITING TEAM RANKINGS FOR 2019 CLASS The Class of 2019 team recruiting rankings according to the 247Sports Composite that factors in all networks: 1. Alabama Ben Breiner: BreinerTheState 2. Georgia 3. Texas 4. Texas A&M 5. LSU 6. Oklahoma 7. Oregon 8. Michigan 9. Florida 10. Clemson 11. Auburn 12. Tennessee 13. Penn State 14. Ohio State 15. Notre Dame 16. Florida State 17. Washington 18. Southern Cal 19. South Carolina 20. Nebraska 21. Stanford 22. Ole Miss 23. Arkansas 24. Mississippi State 25. Purdue SOUTH CAROLINA CLASS, BY POSITION OFFENSE (12) Quarterback (1): Ryan Hilinski Running Back (1): Kevin Harris Wide Receiver (3): Tyquan Johnson, Xavier Legette, Keveon Mullins Tight End (2): Traevon Kenion, KeShawn Toney Offensive Line (5): Mark Fox, Jakai Moore, Vincent Murphy, Jaylen Nichols, William Rogers DEFENSE (11) Defensive Line (4): Joseph Anderson, Devontae Davis, Zacch Pickens, Jaquaze Sorrells Buck/Sam (1): Rodricus Fitten Linebacker (2): Derek Boykins, Jahmar Brown Defensive Back (4): John Dixon, Jammie Robinson Shilo Sanders, Cam Smith SOUTH CAROLINA CLASS, BY STATE South Carolina (5): Devontae Davis, Xavier Legette, Zacch Pickens, Cam Smith, KeShawn Toney Florida (5): Jahmar Brown, John Dixon, Mark Fox, Vincent Murphy, Jaquaze Sorrells Georgia (5): Rodricus Fitten, Kevin Harris, Tyquan Johnson, Jammie Robinson, William Rogers North Carolina (3): Derek Boykins, Traevon Kenion, Jaylen Nichols Tennessee (2): Joseph Anderson, Keveon Mullins California (1): Ryan Hilinski Texas (1): Shilo Sanders Virginia (1): Jakai Moore

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