Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'Gamecock Recruiting'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • GameCock Fanatics
    • Announcements & Discussions/Suggestions Here
    • VIP Zone
    • New Member Introductions / Happy Birthday Greetings
  • Gamecock Sports
    • Gamecock Pigskin
    • Hoops Central
    • Yardcock Baseball
    • Football Recruiting News
    • Basketball Recruiting News
    • Baseball Recruiting News
    • Non-Revenue Sports
    • Gamecock Multimedia
    • Gamecock Fanatics Fan Poll
    • Gamecock & SEC Media: Gamecock & SEC Podcast
  • General Sports
    • GamecockFantics "All Sports News"
    • High School Sports
    • Rival-Pit
    • Locker Room
    • Talking SEC Sports
  • Community
    • Grilling/Carolina Eats Forum
    • Historical Fiction and History
    • The Photoshop Shop Room
    • Technical Chat
    • General Chat
    • The Chapel
    • Political Forum
    • GCF Swap Shop Forum
    • Fanatics Babes
    • Hall of Fame Threads
    • Test, Help And Techie Forum
  • FeatheredCocks I Bleed Garnet Club's Who is going to the first game this seson

Categories

  • Football
  • Basketball
  • Baseball
  • Recruiting
  • Other Sports
  • South Carolina News

Blogs

There are no results to display.

There are no results to display.

Categories

There are no results to display.

There are no results to display.

Product Groups

There are no results to display.

Categories

  • Gamecock Football Videos
  • Gamecock Basketball Videos
  • Gamecock Baseball Videos
  • Gamecock Other Sports Videos
  • GamecockFanatics Members Non-Sports Videos

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


AIM


MSN


Website URL


ICQ


Yahoo


Jabber


Skype


Location


Interests

Found 1,677 results

  1. Thursday morning recruiting notes Sept. 19, 2019 USC offered 2021 DE Noah Collins of Loganville, GA. Former USC commitment, and still a target, 2021 RB Lovasea Carroll of IMG Academy was offered by Penn State.
  2. Gamecocks football recruiting operation still waiting to put the finishing touches on the game-day experience Sept. 17, 2019 The Gamecock football program spares no expense on the recruiting side. The staff is robust. The people are very talented. The plans and events for recruits have a lot of appeal and also educate families about what they’ll be doing on campus. Gamecocks are waiting on one more project. Why the Gamecocks need the last peace of the puzzle? The Alabama weekend perfect example of the whys, the team had more than 100 prospects in town, with potentially close to 300 more joining them. During his weekly radio show, USC coach Will Muschamp said his recruiting staff is having to work around one thing. It allows them to show off a $50 million project but is a bit of a workaround just the same. Muschamp had the following to say. “We take them to our new facility. We don’t really have a recruiting area right now since we’re redoing the south end of the stadium after the season. We’ve already started that project. “But we do everything at our facility and then we get them over after Gamecock Walk and on the field and those sorts of things.” The plan.The recruiting area will replace the old weight room on the south side of the stadium. There are plans for catering tables and a few other amenities in that area going forward. “There are some gymnastics that go on with seeing recruits now (on game day) since we don’t have the facility to house them in the stadium,” Muschamp said in his Sunday teleconference. “That’s being worked on and certainly will be completed by next year and make it much nicer for us to have that entire facility to be able to house recruits there.” But he added it was important to showcase the new facility to recruits as part of the visit process. The group in Saturday included five-star defensive end Jordan Burch, four-star defensive end Reggie Grimes, four star receiver Rico Powers and commits such as Luke Doty and Makius Scott. In 2017, the Gamecocks added a recruit gate on that side of the stadium. Recruiting has been a central push for Muschamp since his opening press conference. By the 247Sports Composite rankings, his classes have come in at Nos. 21, 18 and 17 in the past three years. That operation has expanded considerably. Matt Lindsey is the director of player personnel, helping facilitate the staff’s work and coordinate. Jessica Jackson is the director of on-campus recruiting, filling a laundry list of responsibilities, including running and coordinating every visit and becoming a den mother of sorts for each class. In one season, the team will be able to use the new recruiting area in concert with the massive operations building, but for now, they’re doing the job with the other considerable resources they have. In closing Muschamp said. “Matt Lindsey and his staff, Jessica Jackson, they do a fantastic job of managing all that.”
  3. Gamecocks offer two more on Monday Sept. 17, 2019, | sportstalk USC coach Will Muschamp handed out two more offers Monday, one on offense, one on defense, and both players were in Columbia Saturday for the Alabama game. On the offensive side, the offer went out to tackle Tristan Leigh (6-5 265) of Fairfax, VA. Some of his other offers are LSU, Alabama, Penn State and Virginia Tech. The defensive offer was for end Keeshawn Silver (6-5 258) of Rocky Mount. Boston College, Duke, NC State and North Carolina are among his other offers. “It was pretty fun down there, it was a good atmosphere. That’s a big-time school,” Silver said. “They’ve got a good organization, a solid defense. They are very disciplined.” Silver and the Gamecocks have known each other for a few years now. He first showed up in a camp as a freshman and has visited 3-4 times. The Gamecocks didn’t move on him right away preferring to watch and wait on him to develop. “Had a good time down there, but they didn’t offer me. I was just waiting and learning more and more about the game,” Silver said. “I’m still learning. It’s a great atmosphere down there. They’ve got good coaches. Plus they’ve got the number one business program. That’s a big thing.” Muschamp, Kyle Krantz and John Scott are recruiting Silver for USC and the Gamecocks own a spot among his favorites at this point. “They are still a high out of my offers right now,” he said. “They are top fiveish along with Tennessee, North Carolina, Duke and NC State.” Silver’s only visit this season was the one to USC last weekend but he’s planning to be at North Carolina for the Clemson game weekend after next. He plans to graduate early and is looking at a decision sometime next year.
  4. 7-0 John Butler Jr. gets down to see Gamecocks Sept. 16, 2019, | sportstalk 7-0 John Butler Jr. of Christ Church is emerging as a national prospect in the 2021 class. Clemson was one of his early offers and the Tigers were in to see him last week. USC has not yet offered but that process was set in motion last week when Butler and his dad, who also is the coach at Christ Church and the former coach at Eau Claire in Columbia, came in last Thursday to meet with Frank Martin. “The coaching staff invited him down when we weren’t able to make it on an earlier visit. He just came down and talked to him a little bit,” coach John Butler Sr. said. “He wanted to get to know one another a little bit. Just an interest kind of deal.” Coach Butler said they toured the campus and facilities and got the feeling from Martin that there is interest there and he will continue to develop the relationship. Butler visited Clemson in August for the Georgia Tech football game. He’s also been to Florida State unofficially. Georgia Tech also appears to have a solid place at the table with him at this point. “Just kind of letting John soak it in,” coach Butler said. “We’re just trying to help him thru this process. I think he really enjoyed his Florida State visit. The academics are attractive at Georgia Tech. And of course Clemson being close by. But it’s wide open. We’re just trying to kind him and help him make a good decision.” The Butlers did not visit anywhere this past weekend. Georgia Tech and Missouri are possible future visits. His offers also include Florida, Saint Louis, Virginia Tech, Tennessee, Baylor and DePaul. Arkansas also is showing interest.
  5. Gamecocks brought in a large number of recruits for the Alabama game Sept. 16, 2019 Many of the Gamecocks’ commitments were in including QB Luke Doty and RB Marshawn Lloyd. Among the confirmed uncommitted visitors were DE Jordan Burch of Hammond, TE Jaheim Bell of Valdosta, GA, LB Len’Neth Whitehead of Athens, GA, LB Desmond Tisdol of Rochelle, GA, 2021 OL Dylan Fairchild of Cumming, GA, 2021 ATH Kamarro Edmonds of Havelock, NC, 2021 ATH Adonis Davis of Blackville-Hilda, 2021 LB Dameon Wilson of Kings Mountain, NC, and 2023 QB Raheim Jeter of Greer. CB Jahquez Robinson of Jacksonville, who had planned to visit, did not make it in.
  6. JUCO All-American infielder commits to the Gamecocks Sept. 12, 2019 The Gamecock baseball has added junior college commitment to the 2020 recruiting class as utility player David Mendham (Dorchester, Ontario/Connors State) made his pledge to the school on Monday. Mendham, a second-team NJCAA All-American, announced his commitment to the Gamecocks on Twitter on Wednesday night, just a few days after visiting the program officially over the weekend.
  7. Muschamp previews a massive recruiting weekend Sept. 13, 2019 In Will Muschamp’s three-plus years at South Carolina, he’s had his fair share of big in-season recruiting weekends. There were handful in his first two years, then the Georgia game last year, but the Gamecocks are gearing up for one of the biggest ones this weekend. South Carolina takes on No. 2 Alabama in the CBS game of the week Saturday, and Muschamp said on his call-in show Thursday the Gamecocks are expecting triple-digit prospects this weekend. (VIEW ARTICLE) FREE RIVALS
  8. No. 1 2021 shooting guard Bryce McGowens a top-50 player set to visit Gamecocks this weekend Sept. 12, 2019 Four-star shooting guard Bryce McGowens, a top-50 national recruit and the No. 1 2021 player in the Palmetto State, will visit Frank Martin’s team this weekend. The 6-foot-5, 165-pounder stars at Wren High School. He has offers from Clemson, Georgia, LSU and Pitt among others.
  9. Some of the visitor to be on hand Saturday vs Alabama Sept. 11, 2019 2020 DE Jordan Burch will visit this weekend. 2023 QB Raheim Jeter of Greer plans to visit Gamecocks Saturday. Teammates WR Rico Powers and 2021 LB Xavier Carter of Hapeville, GA plans to visit Saturday. ATH Kamarro Edmonds of Havelock, NC plans to visit Gamecocks Saturday. 2021 Dylan Fairchild of Cumming, GA plans to visit Gamecocks Saturday. He was at Clemson last weekend. 2021 OL Thornton Gentry of Chapin plans to visit Gamecocks Saturday.
  10. Deion Sanders and son were at the game Saturday Sept. 10, 2019 Deion Sanders was in Columbia Saturday two watch his son, Gamecock freshman DB Shilo Sanders. With him was his younger son, 2021 Shedeur Sanders, a quarterback with an offer from the Gamecocks and several others. On the Gamecock Radio Network broadcast, Deion indicated Shedeur is very interested in Gamecocks and Shilo is having good experience so far.
  11. USC coaches visited Monday with 6-5 Earl Timberlake Sept. 10, 2019 USC coaches visited Monday with 6-5 Earl Timberlake of Hyattsville, MD according to John Whittle of TheBigSpur. Head coaches from Providence and Miami also were in today according to reports. Timberlake has taken official visits to USC, Providence and Pitt and has others planned for Miami this weekend and Seton Hall in two weeks. He also plans a visit to North Carolina.
  12. Gamecock loses commitment from 4-star RB Lovasea Carroll 2021 recruit after loss to North Carolina Sept. 01, 2019 Per the 247Sports composite rankings, Carroll is the No. 8 running back in the 2021 class and the No. 20 overall recruit from the state of Georgia. Carroll was the only player in the Gamecocks’ 2021 class, so now it’s down to zero commitments. Carroll originally committed to the Gamecocks back in April.
  13. Gamecock Baseball: America Ranks Gamecocks' Recruiting Class 11th in the Country 9/5/2019 | Baseball GCF Staff Report | From USC Sports Information DURHAM, N.C. - South Carolina baseball's recruiting class has been ranked No. 11 in the nation by Baseball America, the publication announced this afternoon (Thursday, Sept. 5). (VIEW ARTICLE)
  14. Gamecock Basketball Recruiting News Sept. 06, 2019 USC target 6-11 Cliff Omoruyi of Roselle, NJ will take an unofficial visit to St. John’s Friday and an official visit to TCU later in the month according to Adam Zagoria. He visited Pitt last weekend. He’s also been unofficially to Connecticut. USC target 6-5 Earl Timberlake of Dematha has remaining officials set with Miami in two weeks, Alabama at the end of September, and North Carolina and Seton Hall later in the fall according to PantherLair. He took an official visit to Pitt last weekend. He also has taken official visits to USC and Providence. 6-8 JaVon Benson of Ridge View is scheduled for his official visit to USC this weekend. He took an official visit to the College of Charleston last weekend. USC target 6-7 Matt Cross, who attends New Hampton Prep in New Hampshire, committed to Miami.
  15. Gamecocks target 6-5 Earl Timberlake has remaining officials set with Miami, Alabama, North Carolina and Seton Hall... Sept. 04, 2019 Pitt visit 'felt like home' for four-star Timberlake
  16. Few recruiting notes Sept. 03, 2019 2021 OL Prestin Hawkins of Indian Land plans to visit Duke this weekend. He’s also drawing interest from USC and plans to visit there in a couple of weeks. 2021 Sumter DE Justus Boone was offered by Charlotte. He also has a USC offer. USC offered 2021 LB Damon Owens of Brentwood, TN.
  17. Thursday afternoon recruiting notes August 29, 2019 USC offered 2021 DE Jacques Hunter (6-3 200) of Valdosta, GA. He also has an offer from Colorado State. USC offered 2021 LB Terrence Lewis (6-1 195) of Miami. Lewis is a national level recruit who had 102 tackles with 35 tackles for loss and 15 sacks last season. Some of his other offers include Clemson, Oregon, Georgia, Miami and Auburn.
  18. Two Gamecock commits to play in 2019 High School Football Kickoff series, which will air on ESPN2 August 21, 2019 Two members of the Gamecocks 2020 recruiting class will be playing in nationally televised games this weekend. One is four-star running ack MarShawn Lloyd. His team travel from Maryland to California, to play Saturday, Aug. 24. DeMatha (Hyattsville, Md.) at St. John Bosco (Bellflower, Calif.) 9 p.m. ESPN2 Then there is 4-star defensive tackle Alex Huntley will take center stage along with other Gamecock targets on the team. Will play Aug. 25. Southern Columbia Area (Catawissa, Pa.) at Hammond School (Columbia, S.C.) 2 p.m. ESPN2
  19. This week in Gamecock basketball recruiting August 21, 2019 USC target 6-8 Earl Timberlake of Dematha Catholic has set an official visit to Miami for September 13th according to EditsRecruiting. He has taken officials to USC and Providence. He’s also scheduled for an official visit to Pitt August 30th. USC target 6-11 Cliff Omoruyi of Roselle, NJ has set an official visit to Pitt for August 30th according to PittsburghSportsNow. He recently visited Connecticut unofficially and reportedly has unofficials to Temple and St. John’s coming up.
  20. Gamecocks football’s recruiting budget in the SEC. How does it stack up with the rest August 20, 2019 Since 2013, South Carolina has nearly tripled its football recruiting budget, according to data from USA Today. But now also many of the top competitors have also increased their spending in that same span. Here are the numbers compiled by USA Today have the Gamecocks ranked ninth among 13 non-Vanderbilt SEC teams in recruiting spending and 23rd among the 52 Power 5 teams on the list. USC’s total was $861,747, a 185.1 percent increase. That gain ranks third in the SEC behind Georgia (351.7 percent) and Texas A&M 326.3 and seventh nationally behind Clemson, which was at more than $1.7 million in recruiting spending. Will Muschamp has long made a point of trying to recruit withing a five-hour radius, stretching past that to recruit South Florida, Nashville and sometimes Virginia. The Gamecocks also went out to California to go after several prospects, including freshman QB Ryan Hilinski. Recruiting class ranking on Muschamp tenure at South Carolina: Composite from 247sports 1st class: 21st 2nd class 18th 3rd class 17th
  21. Gamecock target Reggie Grimes, No. 1 football recruit in Tennessee, ruled eligible at Ravenwood August 18, 2019 Ravenwood (Brentwood, Tennessee) senior Reggie Grimes II was ruled eligible to play this season by TSSAA executive director Bernard Childress on Friday, granting his hardship request, Grimes’ father told The Tennessean. Grimes is the top prospect in the state and a four-star recruit for the Class of 2020 according to the 247Sports Composite. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  22. Gamecocks target 6-10 Cliff Omoruyi of Roselle, NJ is taking an unofficial visit to Connecticut today August 16, 2019
×
×
  • Create New...