Micah Morris

HIghly touted 2021 OL Micah Morris (6-4 316) of Kingsland, GA reaffirmed his top six Thursday night of USC, Alabama, Auburn, LSU, Georgia and Florida. Morris plans to announce his college decision December 17th and then shut down his recruiting. The Gamecocks were the first program to offer him and that has stuck with him throughout the process. “South Carolina was the first school that offered me, so the relationship that I have with South Carolina has been the one that I’ve had longer than with any other school,” Morris said. “I’ve been going there since I was a freshman, so it’s just the bond I’ve made with the staff.” Morris visited all of his finalists this season with Auburn getting the last visit for the Iron Bowl.

Another highly regarded 20201 offensive lineman, Tommy Brockermeyer of Fort Worth, TX, has Clemson in his top five along with Texas, Alabama, LSU and Auburn.

USC commitment DL Alex Huntley of Hammond won’t sign this month but he is locked in with the Gamecocks. He made the comments to Chris Dearing of TheState.com after winning the Richland Country Mr. Football Award Thursday night.

USC target RB Len’Neth Whitehead of Athens, GA will take an official visit to UCLA this weekend. He has also visited USC and Tennessee officially and he’s down to these three schools. He plans to sign this month.

One-time Clemson target WR Arian Smith of Lakeland, FL is down to Alabama, Georgia, and Florida.

USC target 2021 TE Bryson Nesbit of Charlotte was offered by Penn State. Some of his other offers are USC, Duke, NC State, Florida, Virginia, Louisville, North Carolina, LSU and Maryland. He visited the Gamecocks a multiple times during the season. His father is former Gamecock offensive lineman Jamar Nesbit.

USC offered 2021 CB Jordan Hancock of Suwanee, GA and 2021 DB Damond Harmon of Highland Springs, VA.

2021 OL/DL Nick Barrett (6-3 323) of Goldsboro, NC made a visit to USC for the Clemson game. ” My experience for the visit went good. But what stood out to me the most was how we rode the bus to the stadium, I haven’t been too many different colleges, so that was first for me. Another thing that stood out to me was the facility. Also, the staff was good. I felt comfortable around them, and any questions that I asked were answered.”

2021 OL Cody Bradford (6-3 270) of Flowery Branch, GA made an unofficial visit to USC for the Clemson game. “The visit was great The brand new facility and weight room were amazing, and the atmosphere at the game was awesome. What I liked was how they work you hard but also take care of you in the recovery room. All around great time. I talked to coach Wolford, coach Bentley and coach Lattimore mostly, and they just told me to keep grinding and working and to have fun with it and hopefully I can come back.” Bradford has not been offered, and he also visited Furman this season.

2022 DB Jeadyn Lukas of Maulin visited USC unofficially for the Clemson game. “The facilities were nice and I liked the atmosphere in the stadium.” Lukas also visited Clemson this season.

Lugoff-Elgin OL Parker Clements committed to Virginia Tech in November.

6-6 Terrance Williams of Washington, DC decommitted from Georgetown Thursday. . He was a USC target before he committed. He took officials in May and June to Stanford, Virginia, Notre Dame, DePaul and Georgetown. He still has senior official visits available.

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