#STRecruiting Notebook 2-2

Tavareon Martin-Scott

USC continues its down to the wire battle for LB Tavareon Martin-Scott of Dodge City JC, KS. Monday night Martin-Scott said he remained undecided between USC, Mississippi State and West Virginia. He said he plans to make a decision Tuesday and then will sign Wednesday morning. Martin-Scott talked with Gamecock coaches Shane Beamer and Clayton White on Facetime Monday night, and they reasserted their reasons for why he should sign with them. “You’ve got 85-thousand people in the crowd. You’re coming out of the tunnel with the smoke blowing. And the SEC is the best competition. So, why not? None of the other schools can tell you that.” Martin-Scott also talked with West Virginia on Facetime Monday night. He said they did a presentation with his uniform and number.

The momentum for SAF Juwon Gaston of Montgomery, AL may have shifted from USC to Auburn. Last month, even after being offered by Auburn, Gaston said he still favored the Gamecocks by a wide margin. Gaston said on January 21st his desire was to leave the state. But Auburn got its staff together and made Gaston a priority, and a recruiting contact in Alabama indicated Monday night Auburn might well be his choice on Wednesday.

USC offered 2022 OT Ryan Brubaker (6-6 280) of Stevens, PA. Virginia also offered on Monday. He also has offers from Tulane, Ole Miss, Liberty, Dartmouth, Monmouth, Miami of Ohio, Princeton, Harvard, Army, Columbia, Penn, Yale and Kent State.

USC offered 2022 SAF Mumu Ben-Wahad (6-0 180) of Loganville, GA. He’s a former Cincinnati commitment. Some other offers are Michigan State, Arizona State, Arkansas, Kansas, West Virginia, TCU, Minnesota and Virginia.

USC offered 2022 CB Jordan Allen (5-11 182) of Lafayette, LA. He’s rated a three-star and ranked #54 corner nationally in the 247Sports Composite. Some other offers are Georgia, Vanderbilt, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia Tech and Houston.

USC offered 2022 four-star CB Jaeden Gould (6-2 190) of Oradell, NJ. He’s ranked the #16 corner nationally in the 247 Sports Composite. #Clemson offered him in January. Oklahoma, Texas, Southern Cal, Minnesota and Mississippi State are some other offers.

USC offered 2022 LB Omar Graham (6-1 205) of Fort Lauderdale. Florida State, Cincinnati, Mississippi State and Indiana have also offered.

USC offered 2022 LB Micah Pollard (6-3 200) of Jacksonville. Coastal Carolina, Arizona State, Mississippi State, Indiana and Penn State are some other offers.

USC offered 2022 four-star DE Wilfredo Aybar (6-4 240) of Cheshire, CT. He’s rated the #7 defensive end nationally and the #1 prospect in Connecticut in the 247 Sports Composite. He has 25 offers.

USC offered 2022 three-star LB Javae Gilmore (6-4 200) of Amite, LA. Arkansas, LSU, Florida State, Georgia Tech and Kentucky are some other offers.

USC offered 2022 OT Grayson Mains (6-5 265) of Suwanee, GA. Arizona State, Kansas, Michigan State and Mississippi State are some other offers.

USC offered 2022 DE Bryan Thomas (6-2 215) of Winter Garden, FL. Maryland, Minnesota and Liberty are some other offers.

2022 QB Cade Klubnik of Austin, TX, who has drawn Clemson interest, was offered by Michigan.

2022 Chapin OT Chase Sweigart was offered by Tulane.

Spring Valley ATH Jalen Crumpton committed to Newberry.

Camden OL Drake Davis committed to Limestone.

Dutch Fork OL Shammond Price committed to Benedict.

Camden OL Donovan Edwards committed to North Greenville.

Clemson offered 6-8 Jalen Carruth of Atlanta. Xavier also offered on Monday.

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