The Gamecocks have seen their efforts on the recruiting trail rewarded in recent weeks and they've added another recruit to the mix.
Mohamed Camara has committed to South Carolina, becoming the seventh commitment of the Gamecocks' 2013 recruiting class.
Camara is listed as an outside linebacker/safety prospect at the next level and the Gamecocks plan to use Camara as a potential heir apparent to DeVonte Holloman at the SPUR position. He stands 6'2" tall and weighs 205 pounds.
The only other offers at this time for Camara were from Western Kentucky and Jacksonville State. He was gaining interest from some SEC schools like Arkansas and Missouri and could possibly be a guy that picks up a lot more interest over the course of the summer.
He visited South Carolina recently for the Garnet and Black spring game and has been on commitment watch ever since.
Camara has the skills that should translate well into the SPUR position for the Gamecocks. He appears to be a guy that can play the run and be physical near the line of scrimmage but also has good coverage skills and knows when to make a play on the football.
This is the seventh commitment for the Gamecocks and is the fourth commitment in the month of April for South Carolina. He's currently a 3-star recruit on the 247sports.com database and is unranked on recruiting sites like Rivals, ESPN and Scout.
Camara should be considered a solid commitment, and the Gamecocks appear to have found themselves quite the sleeper in this prospect from the state of Georgia.