South Carolina is stacked with talent for next season. Though, the future of the team rests with the latest recruiting classes, including the 2014 class.
While 2014 is not a huge recruiting year based on team needs for the Gamecocks, South Carolina is in need of bolstering a couple of units for the immediate and long-term futures of the program.
The 2014 class is rounding out, and South Carolina still needs to address the defensive line and secondary as well as look toward some future power on offense.
A lot of South Carolina's units are set on players, yet there is more to recruiting than landing the players. South Carolina has dominated the in-state recruiting scene, as it tends to snag the top-rated players in the state and draw them away from rival Clemson.
The old ball coach Steve Spurrier and his staff have had a great spree of recruiting, and I expect that to continue as 2014's national signing day approaches. But, some questions still remain.
Here are the three biggest questions South Carolina needs to answer before national signing day.