South Carolina HC Steve Spurrier named redshirt sophomore Connor Mitch the school's starting QB.
South Carolina HC Steve Spurrier is reportedly close to announcing the starting QB between redshirt sophomore Connor Mitch, junior Perry Orth and freshman Michael Scarnecchia.
TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline has revoked a draftable grade on South Carolina redshirt junior S Chaz Elder.
South Carolina senior TE Jerell Adams might be "the most intriguing prospect" on the team, according to TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline.
South Carolina redshirt freshman WR Deebo Samuel is expected to start opposite Pharoh Cooper
Per NFL Media draft analyst Chad Reuter, South Carolina senior TE Jerell Adams has a nice combination of "height and strider's speed."
Sports on Earth's Matt Brown calls South Carolina junior WR Pharoh Cooper a "game-changer."
South Carolina senior DT Gerald Dixon, Jr. "should catch the eyes of scouts for 3-4 teams that are looking for depth up front," writes NFL Media draft analyst Chad Reuter.
247Sports reports that South Carolina HC Steve Spurrier told 2017 four-star quarterback recruit Jake Fromm he would "stay at South Carolina six more years" if Fromm committed to the Gamecocks.
In addition to having a zero-tolerance policy on domestic violence, South Carolina HC Steve Spurrier has a "three [smoking] pots and you’re finished" rule.
South Carolina junior WR Pharoh Cooper patterns his game after Randall Cobb (Green Bay Packers/Kentucky), Percy Harvin (Buffalo Bills/Florida) and Golden Tate (Detroit Lions/Notre Dame).
South Carolina junior LB Skai Moore expects to drop into coverage more in the school's Tampa 2 scheme.
South Carolina redshirt senior OT Brandon Shell "looks like he's suited to play right tackle in the NFL due to average footwork in pass protection, which would prevent him from moving into the late first or early second round," observes NFL Media draft analyst Chad Reuter.
South Carolina junior WR Pharoh Cooper "has become the Gamecocks' primary offensive weapon with his quickness and open-field ability," notes Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.
South Carolina junior WR Pharoh Cooper is the "most versatile player in the SEC" and "can catch it, run it, return it, or even throw it," notes NFL Media.