5 Ways South Carolina Can Utilize Bruce Ellington

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5 Ways South Carolina Can Utilize Bruce Ellington
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The South Carolina Gamecocks are coming off its best season in school history and have the likes of Connor Shaw, Melvin Ingram and Alshon Jeffery to thank.

But last season saw a special player show signs of good things to come for the Gamecocks. Bruce Ellington, a 2009 Finalist of South Carolina’s Mr. Football for Berkeley High School, joined the team after focusing on basketball his freshman academic season.

Ellington established himself as a dynamic player as the coaching staff found ways to fit him into an already set-offense, but only tallied 344 yards of total offense and two touchdowns.

Ellington is a special talent, and needs to be featured more than the previous season. Here are five ways the South Carolina Gamecocks can utilize him.

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