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  1. Monday morning recruiting report Nov. 11, 2019 USC’s top QB target for 2021 Colten Gauthier of Dacula, GA planned to visit for the Appalachian State game but didn’t make it. He is now planning a return visit for the Clemson game. Clemson quarterbacks coach Brandon Streeter scouted his game Friday night. As for where the Gamecocks, who have offered, stand with Gauthier, he said, “They are definitely up there. I want to make a decision hopefully sometime soon, this year hopefully.” Gauthier said he did not want to disclose a favorites list at this point. He also has been to Clemson and is waiting to see if the Tigers will offer.. USC target LB Desmond Tisdol was offered by Arkansas. 2021 OL Drake Davis of Camden visited USC Saturday for the Appalachian State game. 2022 QB Grantt Logan of Mooresboro, NC made his second visit of the season to USC Saturday night. USC also offered 2021 DE Zyun Reeves (6-7 230) of Kernersville, NC. USC offered 2022 ATH Jordan McDonald and 2022 TE Jack Nickel of Alpharetta, GA. of Alpharetta, GA. 2021 LB Chief Borders of Powder Springs, GA, who has an offer from USC, committed to Florida. 2021 PK Will Fowler of Spartanburg and 2023 QB Raheim Jeter of Byrnes visited Georgia Saturday night. 2021 DE Justus Boone of Sumter visited Florida Saturday.
  2. Friday morning recruiting notes Nov. 08, 2019 According to Athens Academy head coach Josh Alexander, RB/LB Len’Neth Whitehead has cancelled his weekend official to Wisconsin. Alexander said USC remains high up on his list, and Tennessee and Georgia remain in the picture. Whitehead will announce his decision November 15th. He took official visits to USC and Tennessee and has been to Georgia unofficially. Whitehead has said the Gamecocks have given him the option of playing either position with them and he has been leaning towards playing running back if he joins the Gamecocks. Interest continues to grow in USC target RB Rashad Amos of Tyrone, GA. USC offered last weekend, he decommitted from Western Kentucky, and has added offers from NC State and Boise State. 2020 RB Ronald Hoff, formerly of Dutch Fork and now of Katy, TX, reportes a preferred walk-on offer from #Gamecocks. He has full offers from The Citadel and Northern Iowa.
  3. Few visitors for this weekends game vs App. St. Nov. 06, 2019 2021 QB Colten Gauthier of Dacula, GA plans to attend the Gamecocks game Saturday against Appalachian State. It will be his second game visit of the season at Carolina. 2022 QB Grant Logan of Mooresboro, NC plans to visit Gamecocks Saturday for the second time this season.
  4. USC target 6-5 Earl Timberlake of Dematha Catholic will take his official visit to Seton Hall Sept. 27, 2019 USC target 6-5 Earl Timberlake of Dematha Catholic will take his official visit to Seton Hall this weekend according to the Setonian. He also has been to USC, Providence, Miami and Pitt. He also plans to visit North Carolina.
  5. List of some of the Gamecock visitors form Saturday nights Game Nov. 04, 2019 WR Darius Hough of Myrtle Beach, 2021 OL Micah Morris of Camden, GA, 2021 Damon Owens of Antioch, TN, 2021 RB Nathan Harris-Waynick of Sumter, 2021 Hillcrest DE Aces Scott, 2021 Greer OL Jaydon Collins and 2022 WR Cameron Scott of Hammond were some of the prospects at USC Saturday for the Vanderbilt game.
  6. 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.
  7. Gamecocks do not make the cut for PJ Hall July 20, 2019 The state’s top basketball prospect in the 2020 class, 6-9 PJ Hall of Dorman, Friday night released his final five schools. Hall named Clemson, Florida, Tennessee, Virginia Tech and Georgia Tech as the schools he will take official visits to in the weeks ahead, and he will choose one prior to his season. USC also was in strong pursuit but did not make the cut. “We were talking about really seeing the Gamecocks, but I just thought in my head I wouldn’t be happy and I didn’t want to waste their time,” Hall said Friday night from Los Angeles where his AAU team is playing the adidas Gauntlet Finale. “I’m just moving on to the other options.” USC coach Frank Martin had to cancel a scheduled in home visit in May and did not reschedule though he did meet with Hall and his teammate PG Myles Tate at school. Hall took an unofficial visit to USC in late June. He also visited for the final regular season home game against Georgia.
  8. 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
  9. Tuesday morning recruiting report Oct. 22, 2019 USC is in the top 5 with 2021 WR Semaj James of Tallahassee along with LSU, Ole Miss, UCF and Cincinnati. USC and Clemson made the top 11 with 2021 DT Payton Page of Greensboro, NC. The others are North Carolina, Oregon, Alabama, Oklahoma, Virginia Tech, Tennessee, Penn State, Georgia and Florida. 2022 CB Jeadyn Lucas of Mauldin was at USC Saturday for the Florida game.
  10. Gamecocks, others waiting on Timberlake Oct. 09, 2019, | sportstalk The wait continues on a decision from 6-5 Earl Timberlake of Dematha Catholic of Hyattsville, MD. One of the nation’s top prospects in the 2020 class, Timberlake took official visits to USC, Miami, Seton Hall, Providence and Pitt. USC coach Frank Martin has gone all in on Timberlake with the help of assistants Bruce Shingler and Perry Clark. The staff made all the allowable visits with Timberlake, and like the coaches from the other schools, can only sit back and wait on a call. “I just think he’s going to take his time, you know, make sure he communicates everything with his family, and with his family get their opinions and everything,” said Dematha coach Mike Jones. “Ultimately, Earl’s going to make what he feels like is the best decision for for him and his future, so I don’t think there’s really any timetable other than I know he wants to get it done before the season starts.” Martin and company did a great job recruiting Timberlake, according to Jones, showing him how he could not only excel in the program but also find a home in Columbia. “Coach Martin is Earl’s kind of coach,” Jones said. “He’s one that I think understands. He’s a player’s coach. He’s got guys that he’s going to get the best out of you with this coaching style, but he also makes sure that the guys know that he loves them and he cares about them and their future. Those are the kind of coaches that Earl really thrives under. Coach Bruce and coach Clark, coach Bruce just because he’s got relationships with players and especially from this area, and then coach Clark being a Dematha guy himself, both of those things help the case for Earl as well. So, just familiarity, guys that he knows, guys that he can trust. That’s the kind of person Earl is.” Timberlake took his official visit to USC in June. He’s not said much publicly about that visit or any of the other four. Jones said Timberlake doesn’t like to talk about his recruiting publicly and is not tipping his hand on things. But the two have talked about the Gamecocks and the others left on hs list. “I know he enjoyed his visit. They’ve definitely put their best foot forward,” Jones said. “I know he believes all the schools that are remaining on his list would be good schools to go to, he’s just trying to do his research to make sure he picks the best option for himself.” Jones said Timberlake is a five position player on offense and can defend all over the court as well. He said his physicality really stands out and is the toughest player he’s ever coached.
  11. Monday morning recruiting report Oct. 21, 2019 USC target DE Reggie Grimes of Brentwood, TN took an official visit over the weekend. He also has taken official visits to USC, Alabama and Tennessee and is scheduled for Florida State November 2nd. 2021 CB Kolby Phillips of Nashville and 2022 OL Camron Gann of Powell, TN confirmed they were in for unofficial visits with USC Saturday. Both have USC offers. USC was the first to offer 2021 OL Cedrick Nicely (6-4 305) of Gainesville, GA and 2023 RB Justice Haynes of Alpharetta, GA. He’s also a baseball prospect. Both visited for the Florida game. USC Saturday also offered 2022 RB/QB Emmanuel Henderson of Hartford, AL. He was in for the Florida game.
  12. 2021 CB Kolby Phillips 2022 OL Camron Gann came in for unofficial visits with Gamecocks Oct. 20, 2019 2021 CB Kolby Phillips of Nashville and 2022 OL Camron Gann of Powell, TN confirmed they were in for unofficial visits with Gamecocks Saturday. Both have USC offers.
  13. Gamecocks get commitment from hometown forward Oct. 18, 2019, | sportstalk 6-8 Ja’Von Benson of Ridge View Friday announced a commitment to USC choosing the Gamecocks over the College of Charleston. Benson also had offers from Ohio, Indiana State, UNC-Wilmington, East Tennessee State, Winthrop, SC State, Presbyterian, Upstate and several others. He’s Frank Martin’s second commitment for the 2020 class, both from the metro-Columbia area. This summer 6-10 Patrick Iriel of AC Flora committed to the Gamecocks. Benson was a key cog in Ridge View’s run to a second straight 4A state championship last season. After sitting out his sophomore season following a transfer from Westwood, Benson gave the Blazers 10 points, 9 rebounds and 2 blocks per game. One of his best performances came in the state championship game victory over Wilson when he totaled 14 points and 10 rebounds on his future homecourt, the Colonial Life Arena. Martin and his staff have watched Benson grow and develop over the years. Their interest intensified during his junior season and into last summer. They delivered him their offer on August 1st after Benson came in for an unofficial visit. “They’ve been watching me over the years and they’ve said that they believe I would be a great fit,” Benson said. “And they said to keep working. I see a great fit. I love the program. Coach Martin likes to feed the post and not put anyone in the post. And he lets people grow. He’s aggressive and that helps you to become disciplined.” Benson took his official visit with the Gamecocks the middle of September. That gave him more of a look inside the program and another opportunity to bond with Martin, the coaches and the players. That visit helped convince him to join the Gamecocks. “I was able to see the bigger picture there. It’s not all about basketball, it’s about getting a degree and being successful in the world,” Benson said. “I love the players. I’m cool with Trae Hannibal. He kind of told me the ins and outs of going to that type of school. I think my official was one of the best weekends I’ve ever had.” The Gamecocks have a full roster of 13 scholarship players They have two seniors departing after this season, so both of the 2020 scholarships are accounted for with their two commitments. Here is Benson’s announcement video:
  14. Friday morning recruiting notes Oct. 18, 2019 USC target WR Semaj James of Tallahassee plans to name a top five soon according to a Thursday afternoon tweet. He camped at USC and Clemson last summer and the Gamecocks have offered. USC offered 2021 WR Jaden Alexis (6-1 185) of Pompano Beach, FL. USC offered 2023 WR Adarius Redmond of Powell, TN. He plans to visit Saturday for the Florida game.
  15. Monday morning recruiting notes Oct. 14, 2019 The Gamecocks offered 2021CB Kolby Phillips of Nashville, TN and 2021 DT Taizse Johnson of Washington, DC. Gamecock target 2021 OL Tanner Bivins visited Kentucky Saturday. South Aiken TE Jesse Sanders was offered by Mercer. He also has offers from Coastal Carolina, Georgia State, Akron and Army. He also has a walk-on invite from the Gamecocks. Hammond DE Jordan Burch was at Georgia Saturday for the Gamecocks game.
  16. Saturday morning Gamecock recruiting report Oct. 12, 2019 2021 WR Semaj James of Tallahassee has had a top three of USC, Auburn and LSU though he said his recruiting remains open. The Gamecocks continue to work him hard. “South Carolina has been showing major love and I can’t wait to get back up there.” James also likes Clemson and is hoping the Tigers will come thru with an offer. “Clemson is a big one for me. I’m just going to continue to put up numbers and hopefully they pull the trigger after seeing the numbers I’m putting up, and continuing to put up. Hopefully they pull the trigger.” Thru six games this season, James has 28 catches for 490 yards and 3 touchdowns according to MaxPreps stats. 2021 TE Bryson Nesbit of Charlotte, who was offered recently by USC, has also picked up offers from Florida, Maryland, NC State and Duke. He also has Louisville and Virginia offers. 2022 SAF Kamari Wilson of Fort Pierce, FL was offered earlier this week by USC. “I was extremely excited and blessed about the offer, and honored. They loved how I’m a ball hawk and how quick I get to the ball.” USC offered 2022 RB Kaytron Allen of IMG Academy. He’s a native of Norfolk, VA. 2021 WR JJ Jones of Myrtle Beach was offered by Wake Forest. Former USC commitment 2021 RB Lovasea Carroll of Warrenton, GA, who is now at IMG Academy, did not include the Gamecocks in his top 8. His top schools now are Florida, Penn State, Auburn, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, Ohio State and Mississippi State. Carroll committed to the Gamecocks in May and decommitted September 1st.
  17. 6-8 Ja’Von Benson still weighing pros & cons of Gamecocks and Cougars Oct. 10, 2019 | sportstalk USC and the College of Charleston are locked up in an old fashioned in-state recruiting battle for 6-8 Ja’Von Benson of Ridge View. He took official visits to both schools and determined he had seen enough and there was no need to look elsewhere. That was the easy part. The hard part for Benson has been determining which factors related to college basketball, and college life in general, are most important to him and which program offers him the best chance to reach his goals. “It doesn’t matter which one he goes to academically but basketball-wise, I think a lot of it is, where is he going to play,” said Ridge View coach Yerrick Stoneman. “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. But in the long run that might make him a better player because he’s got to compete every day. I’m sure a lot of people pull him which way asking this and that. This is his first decision that as a grown person he will ever have to make. I think he’s wanting for the choice to be made for him, that South Carolina moves on and get somebody else and then that tells him where to go, or College of Charleston moves on and somebody else commits to them, I think he’ll be happy that the decision was made for him instead of making it.” Coaches from USC and the College have not been in recently to check on Benson because each has used three of their seven observation opportunities, so they want to save the rest in case Benson waits longer on his decision. Stoneman did not rule out Benson waiting until the spring to sign but would advise him against doing so. “I told him it’s not necessarily in his best interest because at that time you’re not the one going to be able to make the choice, the choice will be made for you,” Stoneman said. “It is always better to make the choice yourself instead of just accepting what people are going to get you. So, now where would you be? He’s a good enough player that he’ll get a D-1 scholarship and be able to play somewhere. But not all of us can be lucky like (Robert) Braswell did at Blythewood. He waited and ended up at Syracuse.” Benson is one of the top five seniors in South Carolina for the 2020 class. last season he averaged 10 points and 9 rebounds per game.
  18. Gamecocks have picked up a baseball commitment from 2022 RHP Nicolas Yard Oct. 07, 2019 According to John Whittle of TheBigSpur, Gamecocks have picked up a baseball commitment from 2022 RHP Nicolas Yard of Erie, CO.
  19. Gamecocks use bye week to focus on recruiting Oct. 07, 2019 Gamecock coach Will Muschamp focus last week on recruiting. With the team having last week off, he jumped at the chance to get out on the road. The Gamecocks’ 2020 class is almost complete, but that doesn’t mean there wasn’t some maintenance to be done, some working on kids to add and a fair amount of getting in on players in classes down the line. (VIEW ARTICLE)
  20. Gamecocks use bye week to focus on recruiting Oct. 07, 2019 Gamecock coach Will Muschamp focus last week on recruiting. With the team having last week off, he jumped at the chance to get out on the road. The Gamecocks’ 2020 class is almost complete, but that doesn’t mean there wasn’t some maintenance to be done, some working on kids to add and a fair amount of getting in on players in classes down the line. Muschamp said in his weekly teleconference. “We had some really productive days. “Monday, the entire staff, including myself, was out. And then again on Friday. A couple guys, we watched some games on Thursday night as well. Very productive.” Over the week, the staff offered a few players, including dynamic Georgia athlete Malaki Starks and Charlotte tight end Bryson Nesbit. Muschamp was in Virginia on Friday and checked in at Episcopal High School in Alexandria. That’s where three-star safety Bryce Steele, who recently put the Gamecocks in his top 10, goes to school. Muschamp also went to the high school of four-star 2021 offensive lineman Tristan Leigh, who visited the Gamecocks in mid-September and left with an offer. The 2020 class is almost complete with four spots still open. Muschamp said about recruiting. “I’m really pleased with where we are recruiting-wise. Very pleased with this class. Obviously we’ve got to finish well. We’ve got some spots left there, and we’ve got to drill down on our needs. I really like where we are.” The group unofficially has four openings, unless someone publicly committed leaves. The group still at least likely needs another running back, linebacker and pass rusher and made the final three for versatile Valdosta tight end Jahiem Bell. At the Kentucky game, South Carolina got official visits from four-star linebacker Len’Neth Whitehead and three-star Pitt running back commit Henry Parrish. It being Georgia week, the question was posed to Muschamp — does going against the Bulldogs, as well as Clemson right near by, force him to work just a little harder in recruiting? Muschamp closed it out by saying. “Recruiting is hard all the time Regardless of where you are or the situation you’re in.”
  21. Gamecock Basketball recruiting report Oct. 05, 2019 There’s been no movement with 6-8 Ja’Von Benson of Ridge View. According to his coach, Benson is still trying to decide between USC and the College of Charleston. No coaches were in this week to see him. StockRisers reported the finalists for 6-5 Earl Timberlake of Washington, DC are USC, Pittsburgh, Providence, Seton Hall and Miami. He took official visits to each.
  22. Thursday morning recruiting report Oct. 03, 2019 USC target RB Henry Parrish of Miami, a Pitt commitment, was offered by Southern Cal. He took an official visit to Columbia last weekend. He also has visited Pitt. USC offered 2021 TE Bryson Nesbit (6-6 220) of Charlotte. He also has offers from North Carolina and LSU. Former USC commitment 2021 RB Lovasea Carroll of IMG Academy was offered by Miami and Florida. 2020 WR Antonio McKnight (6-2 185) of CE Murray made an unofficial visit to USC for the Kentucky game. “The visit was a great experience, always love the atmosphere at USC. Would love that to be a future home to bring my skills to.” McKnight is still looking for that first offer. “I think it’s been a hard journey but I have faith to keep grinding and work harder. Just waiting on my shot to prove that I’m one of the best athletes in the game of football.” And the Gamecocks, he said, have not really discussed an offer at this point. “Just the simple, giving me a taste of the environment and what it is to be a Gamecock. I’m praying everyday for an offer.” This Saturday McKnight will visit the The Citadel and he also plans to visit North Greenville. 2021 PK Will Fowler of Spartanburg, who visited Clemson earlier in the season, was at USC last Saturday night for the Kentucky game. “It was really fun. Loved the environment in Williams-Brice.” Fowler plans to return to Clemson next weekend for the Florida State game. He will also be at Alabama for the LSU game. He visited Georgia in the spring. 2023 QB Raheim Jeter of Byrnes was back at USC Saturday night for the Kentucky game. ” It was great. It’s always good to get to Williams-Brice, especially for a night game.”
  23. Gamecocks and young QB developing relationship Oct. 01, 2019, | sportstalk USC is set at quarterback for the 2020 class with Luke Doty of Myrtle Beach. For the 2021 class, the Gamecocks seem to like Colten Gautier of Dacula, GA a lot. Doty and Gautier were at USC Saturday night for the Kentucky game. Another quarterback prospect in the house that night was 2022 class member Grantt Logan (6-1 205) of Mooresboro, NC. He camped at USC the last two summers when recruiter Bobby Bentley first took notice, and he was in for the spring game in April. Saturday night, he got his first exposure to real Gamecock football. “It was an absolutely great visit,” Logan said. “Such hospitality and kind people in Columbia. We were treated with A-1 service. Everything from the tour of the facilities, the food, to the bus ride from the football facilities, to the stadium for pregame, was amazing. The atmosphere in the stadium was electric. It was family weekend, and it was fitting that my mom and dad were able to make the trip with me. I’m truly grateful for the opportunity to be a part of something special at Gamecock Nation.” The evaluation process by the schools continues for Logan. No one has offered yet, but it’s still early and he’s still developing. “The Gamecocks are showing good interest at this point and I’m hoping it is just a matter of time for the offer from them to come in,” Logan said. “I feel like if I just keep working hard in the classroom and on the field that there are plenty of schools that will be interested in my services. Some feedback that I have been getting is that coaches like my size, accuracy, and arm strength.” This weekend Logan will be at Notre Dame for the game against Bowling Green and later in the month he plans to be in Chapel Hill for the Duke-North Carolina game. In four game this season according to MaxPreps, Logan is completing 62% of his passes for 508 yards, 8 touchdowns and just 1 interception. He has a quarterback rating of 121.4. He’s also rushed for 3 touchdowns on 11 carries.
  24. Tuesday morning recruiting notes Oct. 01, 2019 USC target TE Jaheim Bell of Valdosta, GA tore his ACL in practice last week and is out for the season. He told Rivals he’s focused on USC, Florida State and Oklahoma. He visited USC for the Alabama game and has taken officials to USC and Oklahoma and has visited FSU several times. He has set December 18th for his commitment announcement. USC is the first to offer 2022 ATH Malaki Starks of Jefferson, GA. In three games this season according to MaxPreps, Starks has 270 rushing yards on 19 carries, an average of 19.3 yards per carry, 5 catches for 176 yards and he has scored 6 touchdowns. He also has 12 tackles on defense. 2020 ATH Antonio McKnight of CE Murray, 2021 PK Will Fowler of Spartanburg and 2022 ATH KZ Adams of Gray Collegiate were among the prospects in Columbia Saturday night for the USC game against Kentucky.
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