According to GamecocksOnline.com, the following player has signed with South Carolina:
Abu Lamin, DT, Fayetteville, N.C./Fort Scott CC
HT: 6-4 WT: 300
Positional Rank: No. 14 DT Juco
ESPN JC50 (No. 43)
According to GamecocksOnline.com, the following player has signed with South Carolina:Abu Lamin, DT, Fayetteville, N.C./Fort Scott CCHT: 6-4 WT: 300Positional Rank: No.
National signing day is quickly approaching, but first up is the midyear junior college signing period. The opportunity for juco prospects to sign with Football Bowl Subdivision programs starts Dec.
It’s been a busy week in recruiting in the SEC already, but the beginning of the week is only the start with two announcements Friday that could impact SEC recruiting class, and the annual LSU-Alabama showdown that draws almost as many top prospects as a postseason all-star game.
Steve Spurrier vs. Phil Fulmer once had the attention of every prospect in the Southeast Region. While Fulmer is long gone from coaching the Vols, Spurrier leads South Carolina into Knoxville to take on Tennessee in a game that will have more than its share of eyes closely watching despite the fact the two programs are not going head-to-head on many remaining prospects in 2014.
One of the nation’s top junior college prospects is returning closer to home.Junior college defensive tackle Abu Lamin (Fort Scott, Kan./Fort Scott Community College) took to Twitter late Monday morning to announce that he has verbally committed to South Carolina.
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Confidence. It’s something junior college defensive lineman Abu Lamin (Fort Scott, Kan./Fort Scott Community College) has plenty of. But Lamin will be the first to ask people not to mistake his confidence for cockiness.