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  1. Decommit number 6 , 4-star 2021 OLB flips to Georgia Tech 11/25/2020 The South Carolina Gamecocks have lost a ton of talent from their 2021 recruiting class since firing coach Will Muschamp. Now, they’ve suffered their sixth decommitment since the coaching change was made, and this one hurts, as it was the highest-rated remaining player in their class. As you can see below, 4-star OLB Trenilyas Tatum out of Georgia announced via Twitter that he was decommitting from South Carolina and flipping to Georgia Tech:
  2. South Carolina suffers 5th decommitment since Will Muschamp firing, this time a defensive end out of Virginia 11/25/2020 Another day and another decommitment for South Carolina since the Will Muschamp firing. This time, the Gamecocks lost defensive end George Wilson out of Virginia Beach, Virginia (Green Run). When Wilson committed to South Carolina five months ago, he was South Carolina’s highest-rated 2021 commitment. When he committed Wilson was listed at 6-5, 214 pounds and rated the No. 9 recruit in Virginia and No. 23 weak-side defensive end in the class of 2021 on the 247Sports Composite. “This has been a tough decision, and not an easy one to make,” Wilson shared on Instagram. “But as it gets closer and closer, and talking it over with my family, as well as taking time out for myself, I’ve decided to decommit from the University of South Carolina.” Wilson added that he plans to sign in the December early signing period. He chose South Carolina over 17 other offers including Ole Miss and Tennessee. Arizona State, North Carolina and Penn State joined the Gamecocks in his final four. Since Muschamp was fired, South Carolina has also lost safety Jayden Johnson, wide receivers Rodarius Thomas and Simeon Price, and safety Bryce Steele.
  3. Gamecocks suffer first public defection from recruiting class 11/21/2020 The first 2021 USC football commitment to announce a decommitment after the firing of Will Muschamp as head coach is the most recent addition to the class. WR Rodarius Thomas (6-3 194) of Eufaula, AL announced the withdrawal of his pledge from the Gamecocks in a tweet on Friday afternoon. At the time he committed, Thomas also had offers from Coastal Carolina, Western Kentucky, Austin Peay, Missouri State, North Alabama, South Alabama, Tennessee Tech and Tennessee State. Thomas committed to the Gamecocks on October 8th. When he made the pledge, he said he was excited to get an SEC offer and he saw an opportunity to play early with the Gameoccks. “The only good receiver that I’ve seen is #13 (Shi Smith), he is a dog,” Thomas said. “The other positions, I would be great. I can see myself there right now. I wish I could play with #13.” With the decommitment by Thomas, the Gamecocks now have 19 spots taken in the 2021 recruiting class.
  4. Gamecocks recruiting class could turn these 3 weaknesses into strengths Jan. 02, 2016 Over the last 12 months, Muschamp certainly has proven that he has the chops to make it happen. Here are the team’s three biggest needs: Speed South Carolina struggled to cover kicks in 2016, and team speed was one of the primary reasons why, according to Muschamp. The Gamecocks finished as the worst team in the country in kickoff coverage, giving up 28.67 yards per return. Just over a month before signing day, Muschamp has commitments from a handful of recruits with more-than-adequate speed who — at the very least — will contribute on special teams in 2017. Muschamp already has told reporters that he believes that both junior college signees Kaleb Chalmers and Keisean Nixon will add speed to the defensive backfield. Four-star wide receiver Shi Smith, who’s listed with a 40-yard dash time of 4.4, could be the fastest recruit in South Carolina’s 2017 class. Even though he’ll do most of his work catching passes, Smith has enough of an edge to be counted on as a kick-coverage player. Four-star cornerback Jamyest Williams is also in the fastest-man conversation. At The Opening, he clocked a laser-timed 40 of 4.52. Nixon, Smith and Williams are also expected to figure into the mix as return specialists — Nixon and Williams on kickoffs and Smith and Williams on punts. Linebacker Davonne Bowen (4.66), safety Zay Brown (4.68) and linebacker Eldridge Thompson (4.79) have intriguing 40 times that could translate to playing time in 2017. Following the 46-39 overtime loss to South Florida in the Birmingham Bowl, Muschamp spoke indirectly to a handful recruits, letting them know he needed their help. South Carolina had a good one in defensive end Darius English, whose 9 sacks were tied for fourth-most in the SEC. But English’s playing days at South Carolina are finished. The Gamecocks’ top-returning pass-rushers are linebacker Bryson Allen-Williams and defensive tackle Keir Thomas, both of whom had 2 sacks in 2016. Muschamp already has reeled in 4-star defensive end M.J. Webb, who he’s likened to Jonathan Bullard, one of Muschamp’s former players at Florida. But Bullard had only 5.5 sacks for Muschamp when he was still the Gators head coach. Bowen’s highlights flash plenty of ability as a pass rusher, but his size likely will limit him in how he’s able to line up as a pass rusher. The potential as a situational pass-rusher is similar to what fellow 3-star linebacker Damani Staley brings to the table. Three-star Brad Johnson continues to consider South Carolina, Virginia Tech and, to a lesser degree, Tennessee. At 6-foot-2, 230 pounds, Johnson is built similarly to Bowen and Staley, though he is a little bigger than the two commitments. If Muschamp lands Johnson and regains a commitment from 4-star defensive tackle Javon Kinlaw, the Gamecocks will have made good strides in upgrading their pass-rushing talent. Offensive line Not all of the 41 sacks South Carolina allowed in 2016 were on the offensive line, though the group is at the heart of the issue. Fortunately, for the Gamecocks, only one offensive lineman is gone from last season: starting left tackle Mason Zandi. All other starters return, including guard Donell Stanley, who was injured in the opener against Vanderbilt. South Carolina is also in the midst of replacing offensive line coach Shawn Elliott. Until then, a fourth offensive line commitment will be put on hold. Of the three already on board, JUCO placement Dennis Daley and Eric Douglas are the most likely replacements for Zandi. Several recruits remain in the mix, including 4-star Tony Gray and 3-stars Jordon Carty and Jordan Rhodes, all three of whom project as tackles. All rankings and ratings are based on the 247Sports co SECCOUNTRY
  5. South Carolina showing interest in Wichita State transfer Erik Stevenson March 16, 2020 South Carolina, according to Stockrisers, is among those showing interest in 6-3 Wichita State transfer Erik Stevenson. He’s a native of Lacey, WA and this season averaged 11 points and 5 rebounds per game. He played two seasons for the Shockers starting 32 of 68 games.
  6. Tuesday Recruiting Report March 17, 2020 South Carolina offered 2022 DE/TE Eli Hall (6-3 250) of Shelby, NC. He also has an offer from Akron. South Carolina target LB Trenilyas Tatum was offered by Minnesota. South Carolina target LB Raneira Dillworth of Kernersville, NC was offered by Michigan State. South Carolina target DE Jahvaree Ritzie of Kernersville, NC was offered by LSU.
  7. Monday Morning Recruiting Highlights March 16, 2020 / Recruiting WR Mario Williams of Plant City, FL, who has Clemson and South Carolina offers, did not include them in his top of Georgia, Alabama, LSU, Florida, and Oklahoma. New South Carolina offers last week went out to 4-star RB AJ Green (5-11 190) of Broken Arrow, OK, DL Dejon Robinson (6-3 288) of ASA College in Brooklyn and DL Will Thomas (6-3 286) of Raleigh. Some other offers for Green are LSU, Texas, Arkansas, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Texas A&M, and Nebraska. He’s rated the #2 prospect in Oklahoma in the 247Sports composite. South Carolina's target CB Nyland Green was offered by Florida. South Carolina target WR Raheim Sanders was offered by South Florida. South Carolina target DB Ryan Barnes was offered by Georgia Tech.
  8. Gamecock Recruiting Notes March 10, 2020 ▪ Four-star quarterback Aaron McLaughlin of Alpharetta, Georgia was re-offered by South Carolina with new QB coach Mike Bobo. Some of his other offers are Arkansas, Pitt, Arizona, Purdue, Auburn, Alabama, Florida, Rutgers and Miami; He once was committed to Auburn. McLaughlin visited Louisville last weekend. According to MaxPreps, McLaughlin passed for 2,018 yards, 17 touchdowns and seven interceptions in 10 games last season. ▪ The Gamecocks offered running back Keyshawn Spencer of Melbourne, Florida. He just decommitted from Florida State. He’s rated a 3-star prospect by the 247Sports composite. Last season he rushed for 1,030 yards and eight touchdowns per MaxPreps. He also has offers from Southern Cal, Penn State, Maryland, UCF, FAU, Boston College and Syracuse. ▪ USC offensive line target Dylan Fairchild of Cumming, Georgia was offered by LSU and Georgia. He was in Athens Wednesday. ▪ Gaffney defensive lineman Tyrion Ingram-Dawkins visited Georgia earlier this week. He also picked up an offer from Kansas. ▪ Gamecocks defensive end target Keeshawn Silver of Rocky Mount, NC committed to North Carolina. ▪ Statesville, North Carolina running back Chavion Smith visited South Carolina on Sunday. He missed most of last season with a torn ACL. He has not been offered by the Gamecocks.
  9. Gamecock Recruiting Report March 10, 2020 2022 OL Collin Sadler of Greenville was at Clemson Friday. He visited the Gamecocks March 1st. DL Taleeq Robbins and his 2022 teammate DE Enai White of Philadelphia had planned to visit USC Thursday but Robbins confirmed they did not make it in. But they did visit Tennessee Sunday. Gamecock target LB Raneiria Dillworth of Kernersville, NC visited Alabama Saturday. Gamecocks made the top 10 with ATH Xavian Sorey of Graceville, FL. The others are Miami, Florida, Georgia, Auburn, Alabama, Florida State, LSU, Clemson and Tennessee. The Gamecocks are among the top schools with WR Chauncey Magwood of Leesburg, GA. He also lists Nebraska, West Virginia, Arkansas, Florida State, Louisville, Cincinnati, Texas, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Kentucky, Tennessee and Georgia Tech. 2022 WR Jaleel Skinner of Greer visited Florida Saturday and was offered by the Gators. He visited Gamecocks the previous Sunday.
  10. Monday morning recruiting report Feb. 10, 2020 WR/SAF Dakota Mitchell of Winter Park, FL has the Gamecock in his top ten. He also has Clemson, Alabama, Oklahoma, Florida State, Texas A&M, Miami, LSU, Auburn and Florida on his short list. Mitchell currently holds a three-star rating by 247Sports and the #16 ranked safety in the 2021 class nationwide. Mitchell visited Miami and Florida State in January. Gamecock target TE Jordan Dingle of Bowling Green, KY was offered by Kansas. Gamecocks offer WR Chauncey Magwood of Leesburg, GA. He also has offers from Tennessee, Arkansas, Georgia Tech, Appalachian State and others. WR Gavin Blackwell of Monroe, NC plans to name a top 6 Monday. He has an offer from the Gamecocks He also offers from Tennessee, Ohio State, Maryland, Auburn, Missouri, Florida State, Louisville, Syracuse, Georgia Tech, Virginia and Penn State. Gamecock target OL Dylan Fairchild of Cumming, GA was offered by Penn State. He also picked up an offer from Mississippi State last week.
  11. With all the drama playing out over Burch time for some good old recruiting notes of the day Feb. 06, 2020 The Gamecocks are in the top six with LB Dameon Wilson (6-1 210) of Kings Mountain, NC. He’s rated a 3-star prospect and the #24 prospect in the state of North Carolina in the 247Sports composite. The others on his short list are Ole Miss, Kentucky, Michigan, North Carolina and West Virginia. He visited USC for games twice last season. He visited North Carolina January 21st. Gamecocks also is in the top 6 with ATH Yulkeith Brown of Miami. The other ther schools in the top 6 are Penn State, Texas A&M, Miami, LSU and Alabama. Gamecocks offered LB Jaydon Hood (6-1 212) of Ft. Lauderdale. Some of his other offers are Alabama, Michigan, Florida State, LSU, Penn State, West Virginia, Minnesota and Vanderbilt. Last season he had 75 tackles with 8 tackles for loss and 2 sacks. Gamecocks offered WR Lemeke Brockington (5-11 187) from Moultrie, GA. He’s rated a 3-star prospect by the 247Sports composite and the #28 prospect in Georgia. Gamecocks offered WR Dekel Crowdus (5-10 165) from Lexington, KY. He’s rated a 4-star prospect in the 247Sports composite and the #26 ranked prospect in Kentucky. His other offers include Texas, Baylor, Oklahoma, Georgia State, Kentucky, Florida State,, Louisville and Mississippi State. Gamecocks offered WR/TE Leo Blackburn (6-5 210) from Atlanta, GA. Some of his other offers are Virginia, Kentucky, Colorado, Miami, Minnesota, Maryland, Duke and Arizona State. Gamecocks offered 3-star WR Derwin Burgess (5-11 177) of Riverdale, GA. He also has offers from Florida State, Indiana, Coastal Carolina and South Alabama. Gamecocks offered RB K’wan Powell (5-9 180) of Vernon, FL. 247Sports ranks him as a 3-star. LSU and Florida State also have offered along with Rutgers and UAB. Gamecocks offered 2022 ATH Azareyeh Thomas (6-3 171) from Niceville, FL. He also has offers from Florida State, Georgia Tech, Coastal Carolina and Troy. Gamecocks offered 2023 WR Christian Hamilton 6-0, 175 from Harrisburg, NC. He also holds early offers from West Virginia, Boston College, Appalachian State, Louisville and Charlotte.
  12. 5-star DE Jordan Burch is a Gamecock February 07, 2020 The Gamecocks have it in hand for the 2020 class, a signed letter-of-intent from Hammond School 5-star DE Jordan Burch arrived at the Carolina football office Thursday night and the Gamecocks put out a tweet to confirm his inclusion in their class. Burch becomes the 25th and final member of a class that is ranked 18th in the 247Sports composite. The drama around Burch and his eventual destination lasted over two months. He publicly committed to the Gamecocks December 18th on national television but said he would not sign until February 5th when the school would hold a ceremony for all signees. He took a surprise, two-day unofficial visit to LSU January 25-26 and followed that up with an official visit to Carolina last weekend. He had said LSU was second on his list when he committed to the Gamecocks. Signing Day Wednesday came and neither Burch nor his mother would talk with the media to confirm the signing and sending in the LOI to the Gamecocks. When Will Muschamp held his press conference at 4:30 PM Wednesday, he could not talk about Burch because Carolina had not received his papers. The wait continued thru Wednesday night, Thursday morning and Thursday afternoon with plenty of conjecture and rumors about what was going on. Would Burch follow thru on his commitment to the Gamecocks, or was there a power play in place for him to flip to LSU? Burch represents another, big in-state recruiting victory for Muschamp, a 5-star defensive line he can pair with his 5-star signee from last season DT Zacch Pickens. Muschamp issued this statement about Burch Thursday night:
  13. Recruiting rankings" rivals/247sports/ESPN Feb. 06, 2020 South Carolina football coach Will Muschamp came out Wednesday and said his class had 24 of 25 spots filled. Three of those are transfers, and the final one is rather key in five-star defensive lineman Jordan Burch. But with most of the action over in terms of player movement, it’s time to see how 247, ESPN and Rivals rank the class. The Gamecocks came in at No. 18 nationally in the 247 Sports composite rankings, which accounts for all three services. That comes in one spot lower than last season, which was the high-water mark for the Will Muschamp era. But there’s some variance among the recruiting services’ rankings. Rivals: 22nd ESPN: 21st 247’s own rankings: 13th The 247 ranking is boosted by the fact that at least three consensus three-star Gamecocks commits, Trai Jones, Jaheim Bell and Ger-Cari Caldwell are considered four-stars in 247’s non-composite rankings. Overall, the Gamecocks have nine consensus four- or five-star recruits, with enrollees MarShawn Lloyd and Luke Doty among its top-rated players. The big lingering question is the Jordan Burch situation. While the the defensive lineman, ranked No. 8 in the composite player rankings, has shown few indications South Carolina won’t be his final choice, he and his family have not actually handed in the letter of intent to bind him to the class. Composite rankings for the Will Muschamp era: 2016: 21st 2017: 19th 2018: 18th 2019: 17th 2020: 18th
  14. NATIONAL SIGNING DAY CENTER NATIONAL SIGNING DAY CENTER List of players that should sign with the Gamecocks today Feb. 05, 2020 NOTES Gamecock commitment PK Mitch Jeter of Salisbury, NC won’t sign today, he will sign in August, and the Gamecocks will count him on the 2021 class. He will enroll at South Carolina in June. Below is the list of signed players with South Carolina today to close out the 2020 Class. 5-star DL Jordan Burch 4-star DL Alex Huntley 4-star RB ZaQuandre White 3-star WR Ger-Cari Caldwell 3-star DE Gilber Edmond VIEW FULL CLASS LIST
  15. List of players that should sign with the Gamecocks today Feb. 05, 2020 Below is the list of players that are expected to sign with South Carolina today to close out the 2020 Class. DL Jordan Burch DL Alex Huntley RB ZaQuandre White WR Ger-Cari Caldwell SEE FULL CLASS LIST
  16. Benson set to announce a decision Oct. 17, 2019, | sportstalk The two horse race for 6-8 Ridge View star Ja’Von Benson is set to end Friday morning. According to Blazers coach Yerrick Stoneman, Benson is set to announce his college choice on Twitter Friday morning. Benson took official visits to USC and the College of Charleston and has been working on his decision between those two for several weeks. He also had offers from Ohio State, Indiana State, Winthrop, SC State, Presbyterian, Upstate, UNC-Wilmington, East Tennessee State and others. “They’ve been watching me over the years and they’ve said that they believe I would be a great fit,” Benson said of the Gamecocks earlier in the process. “I see a great fit. I love the program.” Benson also has been impressed with the Cougars and the effort Earl Grant and his staff put into recruiting him. His coach said last week much of Benson’s decision would come down to where he thinks he’ll have the best opportunity to play. “He can go to College of Charleston and play quicker, not necessarily right away because they’ve got good players too, but you know, it’s going to be tough for him to get that playing time at South Carolina,” Stoneman said. “But in the long run, that might make him a better player because he’s got to compete every day.” Benson sat out his sophomore season at Ridge View after after transferring from Westwood. Last season he helped the Blazers win their second straight state championship averaging 10 points and 9 rebounds per game. He scored 14 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in the state championship game victory over Wilson
  17. Tuesday morning recruiting notes Feb. 04, 2020 Gamecocks handed out several more offers Monday including one to 3-star QB Kaidon Salter (6-1 181) of Cedar Hill, TX. Last season Salter passed for 2550 yards, 28 touchdowns and 6 interceptions. He also holds offers from Arkansas, Baylor, Georgia Tech, Houston, Ole Miss, Syracuse, Tennessee, Utah and others. Other Gamecock offers Monday went out to 4-star TE Jeremaine Terry (6-4 235) of Richmond, CA and LB Navonteque Strong (6-1 230) of Mississippi Gulf Coast JC.
  18. Gamecock recruiting ends & odds over the weekend February 03, 2020 Here are more prospects who confirmed being at Carolina Saturday for the junior day: TE Fred Seabrough of Swainsboro, GA; CB Josh Moore of Atlanta; WR Da’Shawn Brown of York; WR Isaiah Burris of York; DT Patrick Tukes of McRae, GA; RB Malachi Thomas (6-0 180) of Hartwell, GA; WR Ahmari Huggins-Bruce of Dillon; 2022 OL Jayden Johnson of Goose Creek; 2022 CB Quan Peterson (6-1 175) of South Pointe; 2022 DL Travis Shaw of Greensboro, NC; 2022 WR Zane Redmond of Newton, NC; 2023 ATH Christian Harris of Elberton, GA.
  19. Quick recap from recruits at Gamecocks junior day February 01, 2020 WR Ahmari Huggins-Bruce not offered, McClendon plans to get back to him later on regarding his plans for 2021 receivers, Gamecocks not in his top group at this point; DL Marlin Dean very strong on the Gamecocks after his visit LB Trenilyas Tatum feels very good about Gamecocks but needs to take more visits, they like him for Mike and Sam; DT Tyrion Ingram-Dawkins was very impressed with what he saw and what he heard from coaches, Gamecocks are strong with him but he plans more visits.
  20. Saturday morning recruiting report February 01, 2020 DL Marlin Dean (6-6 260) of Elberton, GA plans to visit the Gamecocks Saturday. He has visited North Carolina. Gamecocks offered ATH Davion Sistrunk (6-2 170) of Melbourne, FL. Ole Miss, Tennessee, Missouri, Southern Cal, Iowa State, Nebraska, Baylor and UCF are some other recent offers. Gamecocks offered 2022 WR Kojo Antwi (6-0 185) of Suwanee, GA. Gamecocks offered 2023 DB Sharif Denson of Jacksonville. He also has offers from Florida, Kentucky, West Virginia, Iowa State and others. Gamecocks target OL Dylan Fairchild of Cumming, GA was offered by Virginia and Auburn. Gamecocks target QB Colten Gauthier of Dacula, GA was offered by Florida State. Gamecocks target 2022 QB Gunner Stockton of Tiger, GA was offered by Ohio State. Gamecock target CB Nyland Green of Covington, GA has picked up offers from Alabama, LSU, Nebraska and Florida State. He plans to visit USC Saturday. He was at Tennessee last weekend. Gamecock target OL Amarius Mims of Cochran, GA will visit Auburn this weekend. DL Tyrion Ingram-Dawkins of Gaffney was offered by North Carolina. He plans to visit the Gamecocks Saturday. Dillon WR Ahmari Huggins-Bruce was offered by South Florida. He plans to visit the Gamecocks Saturday.. 2022 WR Jaleel Skinner of Greer was offered by Wake Forest. He plans to visit Gamecocks Saturday.
  21. Monday morning recruiting report January 27, 2020 The Gamecocks Saturday offered 2022 OL Gunner Givens (6-6 260) of Daleville, VA. Georgia Tech, Appalachian State, Virginia and Virginia Tech are some of his other early offers. He visited USC Saturday. 2022 DE Mykel Williams (6-5 253) of Columbus, GA was offered by the Gamecocks. Gamecocks offered 2023 OL Monroe Freeling of Oceanside Collegiate. USC is the first to offer. Gamecock target OL Jakiah Leftwich of Atlanta was offered by Florida State while on a visit there Saturday. Georgia offered Gaffney DL Tyrion Ingram-Dawkins. He visited Virginia Tech over the weekend and will visit the Gamecocks this weekend. He was at Tennessee January 18th. Gamecock target DL Jahvaree Ritzie of Kernersville, NC was offered by Oklahoma.
  22. Friday evening recruiting report January 24, 2020 The Gamecocks offered 4-star safety Ahmari Harvey (5-11 171) of Tallahassee. He has a national offer list. WR Tanner Koziol (6-6 200) of La Grange Park, IL visited Gamecocks last weekend. He also visited Tennessee while on his trip. Gaffney DL Tyrion Ingram-Dawkins confirmed this afternoon he will be visiting Virginia Tech Saturday for a junior day. He said he plans to visit The Gamecocks the next weekend. He was at Tennessee last weekend. Irmo DE Kaseem Vauls (6-1 240) plans to attend the junior day at the Gamecocks tomorrow. He also has been to Appalachian State. Last season he had 41 tackles, 18 tackles for loss and 17 sacks.
  23. Eight Gamecocks on ESPN’s final top 300 recruits for 2020 January 23, 2020 The final recruiting rankings are starting to roll in, and according to ESPN’s top 300, South Carolina football is bringing in a bit of a haul. The last edition of the 2020 rankings from ESPN had eight Gamecocks signees or commits. The group is led by Jordan Burch at No. 4, with running back MarShawn Lloyd up next at No. 56. ESPN ranked the overall class at No. 18 nationally. Where each of USC’s signees or pledges ranks: No. 4 DE Jordan Burch No. 56 RB MarShawn Lloyd (signed) No. 83 QB Luke Doty (signed) No. 184 DL Tonka Hemingway (signed) No. 223 WR Mike Wyman (signed) No. 225 DL Alex Huntley No. 227 LB Mohamed Kaba (signed) No. 264 OT Tyshawn Wannamaker (signed)
  24. Gamecock recruiting report January 22, 2020 Gamecocks offered WR Fred Eaford (5-11 160) of Hialeah, FL. He decommitted from Miami last week. Georgia, Southern Miss, Indiana and Louisville are some of his other offers. He’s rated a 3-star by the 247Sports composite. Gamecocks offered 2022 WR De’Carlo Donaldson (6-2 200) of Hialeah, FL. Some of his other offers are Florida State, Indiana, South Florida and Miami. Gamecocks offered DL Marlin Dean (6-5 265) of Elberton, GA. He also has offers from Georgia, Georgia Tech, Georgia Tech, West Virginia and East Carolina. ATH Dion Nelson (6-4 210) of Selma, AL visited USC Saturday. PK Leonardo Zuazo of Miami visited USC Sunday. He was ranked 24th in a national showcase kicking camp last month in Ft. Lauderdale. According to MaxPreps stats, this season he was 41-43 on extra points and 3-6 on field goals TE Robbie Ouzts of Rock Hill said he will attend junior days the next two weekends at USC and Virginia Tech. He has offers from both. Gamecocks target OL Jakiah Leftwich of Atlanta will visit Florida State this weekend. He was at USC last weekend. Gamecocks target OL Dylan Fairchild of Cumming, GA was offered by North Carolina. He visited USC Sunday and Will Muschamp was by his school Tuesday to check in.

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