South Carolina Recruiting: The Top 2013 In-State Recruits Who Can't Slip Away
South Carolina has done a remarkable job grabbing the in-state talent that it desires. With Stephon Gilmore, Alshon Jeffery, Marcus Lattimore, Jadeveon Clowney and now Shaq Roland joining the mix, the Gamecocks have become the state's premier destination for its own state talent.
Who is next? The 2013 class is very top-heavy. The Gamecocks need to do well at the top in order to have a great recruiting season, and these prospects are guys that the team must not miss out on.
Tramel Terry, Cornerback, Wide Receiver
Tramel Terry is currently regarded as the top recruit in the state of South Carolina. His top two schools are South Carolina and Georgia. The Gamecocks must fight off the Dawgs to keep this player in the state of South Carolina.
The Gamecocks may have their work cut out for them in landing Terry, since the coveted wide receiver committed to Georgia (again) and this time says it's for good.
Michael Hill, Defensive Tackle
Michael Hill is a powerfully built defensive tackle who would fit in nicely at South Carolina. His top three schools appear to be South Carolina, Clemson and Georgia Tech.
He is the No. 2-ranked prospect in South Carolina.
Mike Williams, Wide Receiver
The 6'4" Mike Williams would be an excellent addition to the stable of great wide receivers that the Gamecocks have been building. He has good speed, excellent hands and blocks very well.
He has the Gamecocks and the Clemson Tigers as his top two schools.
Bryce King, Center
A can't-miss center prospect doesn't come around often, but King may very well fit that mold. At 6'3" and 293 pounds, Bryce should be over 300 by the time his senior season ends. He is athletic enough to play fullback and has natural size.
He is a prospect that the Gamecocks really need to grab. His top three schools are South Carolina, Clemson and Virginia Tech.
Devaris Brunson, Linebacker
Picking between Clemson, South Carolina, and Ohio State this speedy and powerfully built linebacker has the chops to be an excellent SEC starter. He has pass-rushing ability and the lateral mobility to play any linebacker spot.