Gamecock Live News Blog: July 22, 2014

Gamecock Live News Blog: July 22, 2014

The Scout Hotlist feature is the best way to get breaking news on all of the recruits you follow. We sort through the thousands of Scout news stories that mention a recruit who holds an offer from South Carolina, and determine their relevance to future Gamecock recruiting classes.

July 22 11:31 AM
  • Slayton still likes Gamecocks

From National Recruiting Analyst Chad Simmons: Georgia has had Darius Slayton on their campus twice this summer and each time, he has stood out at different events. UGA worked him on both sides of the ball at Dawg Night.


July 22 11:24 AM
  • Five-star in no rush

From our Insider John Garcia, II: When one is an early five-star, with offers from many of the national football powers before the summer of a junior season, the recruiting process can sometimes end as soon as it seemingly begins in today’s era. But it’s not the case, despite the same circumstances for 2016 five-star Keion Joyner. The No. 2 rising-junior in America will be thorough throughout the next two years.


July 22 11:14 AM
  • Gamecocks first to offer Kinlaw

From our Main Man, Atlantic Recruiting Analyst Michael Clark: Javon Kinlaw is one of the top 2016 prospects in South Carolina. The four-star Goose Creek offensive tackle spoke with Scout.com about the latest developments in his recruitment.


July 22 10:57 AM
  • Nauta still likes Gamecocks

From the From Auburn: Buford, Ga. junior tight end Isaac Nauta hung out with other prospects and current Auburn players much of the night. He will be back Sunday as well. Nauta has the Tigers in his top five right now, but at this time, it is still trailing Florida State, Ole Miss, and South Carolina. He recently visited FSU and he plans a return trip to Gamecock country next weekend.


July 22 9:00 AM
  • Gamecocks out for Abernathy

From Scout's Chad Simmons: Micah Abernathy does not plan to make a decision until later this fall, but he has taken many visits, done his research, and five schools have moved to the top of his list.Abernathy said, "Tennessee, Georgia, Ohio State, Oregon, and Penn State are my top five in no order".


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