USC basketball coach Frank Martin has added another graduate student for this season’s roster. According to reports on ESPN and CBSSports.com, 6-2 Wesley Myers will join the Gamecocks for his final season after graduating from Maine. Meyers is a Brooklyn native who signed with Niagara out of high school. After two seasons there, he transferred to Maine where he averaged 17 points and 4.5 assists per game last season before being suspended for the final four games after breaking a teammate’s jaw in a locker room fight. Myers gives the Gamecocks seven new players and the maximum 13 on the roster.
OL Jerome Carvin of Cordova, TN has delayed his commitment announcement which he had scheduled for today. Carvin said he will take his official visits before me makes his decision. He said four of the visits will be to Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi State and Arkansas. USC also has been one of the schools on his list.
6-7 Jimmy Nichols Jr. of Conway Tuesday night identified his top three schools as USC, Providence and Miami. He recently visited USC but has not yet been offered by the Gamecocks.
USC target DE Raiqwon O’Neal of Conway is set to announce his college decision today. O’Neal, who has known his decision since earlier this month, had USC, Maryland and Rutgers at the top of his list. He visited each before deciding.
Another player with a USC offer, LB Rosendo Louis of Deerfield Beach, FL, committed to Florida State Tuesday night. He also strongly considered Miami.
WR Josh Vann of Tucker, GA said Tuesday night nothing has changed with him, USC is still his favorite over Georgia with an announcement coming either Saturday or Monday. Vann said should his team win its game Saturday morning, he’ll likely go ahead and announce after the game since he’ll be in a good mood. But a loss likely would cause him to wait until Monday afternoon at his school.
Clemson offered 2019 WR Ramel Keyton of Marietta, GA. USC also is among his offers along with Louisville, Oregon, Miami, Mississippi State, North Carolina, Auburn and Georgia.
2019 LHP Ryan Ammons of Wren committed to Clemson.