USC moved quickly on 2022 OL Steven Nahmias (6-3 280) of Atlanta after seeing him in person during Saturday’s junior day. Offensive line coach Eric Wolford liked what he saw and gave Nahmias his first offer. More are sure to come and the Gamecocks will hope Nahmias will remember who showed him the first real love.
“I loved their amazing coaching staff and incredible facilities and how everyone made me feel welcome there,” Nahmias said. “Coach Wolford told me that he liked my aggressiveness and said that I get after it in the run game.”
Nahmias got an inside look at the program, one which is coming off a 4-8 season. But there have been staff changes and an influx of new talent. Nahmias doesn’t see a program that’s floundering, but one that’s on that way back up.
“I think that the program is on the rise to become a powerhouse in the SEC with a lot of young talent,” Nahmias said. “I feel like I would be able to help create a powerful offensive line unit with my explosiveness and my leadership skills.
The USC visit was the first for Nahmias and at this point he doesn’t have any others scheduled.
Nahmias can play offensive guard and tackle, and he also plays some defensive tackle for the Marist School in suburban Atlanta.