CB Joey Hunter of Tyrone, GA took his official visit to USC over the weekend. He said it was a good visit and Gamecocks are in good place with him. All 7 of his top schools are still in play for July 2nd announcement. The others on his short list are Texas A&M, Mississippi State, Syracuse, Vanderbilt, Boston College and Pitt. Alabama commitment CB Jahquez Robinson (6-1 185) made an
Barring something unforeseen at this point, OL Issiah Walker of Miami plans to stick with the commitment he made to USC in May of 2018. Walker has never hinted at decommitting despite making several unofficial visits to other schools over the past two months. Those stops included Miami, Florida, Florida State and UCF. He was back at USC for a Friday-Sunday visit including a stint in the lineman camp with
2021 QB Colten Gauthier of Dacula, GA made a return visit to USC Saturday to further show off his strong right arm in front of head coach Will Muschamp and quarterbacks coach Dan Werner. The two were already convinced Gauthier could win for them since they offered in May. Saturday gave Gauthier a chance to further develop his relationships with the two, and for his mother to get a good
WR Deajaun McDougle of Deerfield Beach, FL took his first official visit over the weekend to USC and the Gamecocks further cemented their place in his mind as one of his top schools. He already had USC on his short list with Ohio State, Purdue, Oregon and Maryland. He wants to take more official visits but this one gave him something to compare everyone else with. “It went great,” McDougle
RB Tank Bigsby of Hoganville, GA was back at USC Saturday to observe the final camp session of the month. Bigsby’s presence was cited by several media outlets. Bigsby has made several visits to USC. He’s also been a frequent visitor to Auburn and he’s been to Georgia and LSU. He has taken official visits to USC and Auburn. USC target DL Elijah Roberts of Miami committed to Miami Friday.
Speedy 2021 WR Semaj James (5-11 175) of Tallahassee, FL made an appearance at USC’s camp Saturday. The Gamecocks already liked James enough to offer back in February. Saturday gave Will Muschamp and receivers coach Bryan McClendon an extended look at James, and it gave him the chance to get a feel for what playing for those two would feel like. “I can’t explain it,’ James said. “It was unreal.
Clemson Saturday became an early contender for 6-6 small forward Dontrez Styles of Kingston, NC by dispensing an offer his way. The Tigers join VCU, Georgetown, Ole Miss, Pitt, USF and East Carolina on his offer list. The Tigers started to follow Styles earlier this month and his performances led Brad Brownell and staff to go forward with the offer. “Clemson is a great university, I love everything about them,”