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Will Muschamp gives summer update on Gamecocks (AUDIO)

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Will Muschamp gives summer update on Gamecocks (AUDIO)

June 12, 2019

USC football coach Will Muschamp is in between camp sessions. His next camp comes up on Friday and they will run thru next week. With a bit of break, Muschamp joined us on SportsTalk Tuesday night. Muschamp discussed last weekend’s recruiting surge, some key points on his team for this season and why the culture of Gamecock football is changing under his watch.

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 All but three members of the 2019 freshman class enrolled and on campus. But the team and coaches will have to wait a while for at least two of them.

Gamecocks coach Will Muschamp told the SportsTalk radio network that incoming freshmen Tyquan Johnson and Jaquaze Sorrells’ enrollment plans are unclear and will likely stretch to the start of or into training camp before getting resolved.

“Tyquan Johnson and Jaquaze Sorrells will both be guys that it will probably be August before we’ll know,” Muschamp said. “And we knew that going in. Those guys had some work to do. It certainly is very doable, and we’ll know more as the summer moves forward.”

Academics in order usually what holds up players enrolling that long.

Johnson has had a few issues on that front already. He signed with the 2018 class, but just before camp, news broke he hadn’t qualified. The tall, deep-threat wide receiver went to prep school and was supposed to arrive in January, but again was delayed.

Sorrells transferred high schools late in his career and there had been some reports of needing to shore up his academics. He is a four-star recruit, the No. 157 player in his class, and picked USC the morning of the February signing day.

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Just wanted to say that I am grateful for Will Muschamp being here in Columbia.

I know it's been a challenging road so far with a team rebuild, but he's done very well with what he had.

He's the guy to get it done here, and I can't wait to see what we've got this year!

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