#STRecruiting Notebook 1-9

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Woodland OT Kam Pringle posted Monday afternoon that he will make his commitment announcement January 22nd at his school. Pringle has been a major target of USC and Clemson. He visited both late in the season with Clemson drawing the last visit for the USC game. Pringle has been working with a short list of USC, Clemson, NC State, Tennessee, Georgia and Florida. The Gamecocks will have a junior day on the 21st and the Tigers on the 28th, and Pringle has not said if he will take more visits this month.

Former Florida SAF Tre’Vez Johnson, who visited USC and Auburn over the weekend, committed to Missouri, which he had earlier visited. The Gamecocks thought they would have a good shot for Johnson, who had previously been recruited by USC out of Jacksonville, and he had previously known Gamecock secondary coach Torrian Gray when they were together at Florida in 2020.

Michigan transfer WR Andrel Anthony Jr., who was offered by USC once his name was in the portal, visited Oklahoma over the weekend.

Transfer OT Marcellus Johnson, who was offered by USC, committed to Missouri.

USC offered WR Ryan Wingo (6-2 198) of St. Louis. Clemson is also among his offers. Some of the others are Miami, Michigan, Notre Dame, Oregon, Tennessee, Auburn, Arkansas, Kentucky and Missouri.

USC is in the top 10 with WR James Madison II (6-3 170) of Ft. Lauderdale. The others are Tennessee, Missouri, LSU, Colorado, Oregon, Ole Miss, Penn State, Florida State and Auburn.

Former USC OL Jordan Davis is transferring to South Alabama.

River Bluff RB Cooper Johns will take official visits to Anderson and The Citadel this weekend. He also plans to take unofficial visits to Florida and Coastal Carolina this month. This season he rushed for 1871 yards and had 2157 all-purpose yards, and he scored 24 touchdowns.

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