Junior college wide receiver Ronnie Jamison, who prepped at Irmo (S.C.) High School, landed an offer from South Carolina on Friday.
The 6-foot-3, 200-pound prospect from Highland Community College caught 17 passes for 227 yards and 2 touchdowns as a freshman. He also returned 10 kicks for 259 yards and a score and 7 punts for 79 yards.
So blessed to have just received my 8th offer from the hometown team! The University Of South Carolina‼️🤙🏽🐔 pic.twitter.com/1dCUfkoCwx
— Ronald Holli-Jamison (@Ron1Holi_Jami) July 21, 2017
Arkansas State, Coastal Carolina, Georgia State, Idaho, Southeast Missouri State, Southern Miss and UAB have also offered.
South Carolina is his first Power 5 offer.
“It means a lot to me,” Jamison said, “Growing up a Gamecock fan and them just being about 15 minutes from my house, it’s pretty big.”
Coach Will Muschamp and co-offensive coordinator/wide receivers coach Bryan McClendon liked what they saw from him during camp Friday afternoon.
“Muschamp just told me that I was an explosive player and that he felt like I can come in play immediately, as long as I worked hard,” Jamison said.
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South Carolina currently has one wide receiver committed in 2018: 3-star Darius Rush. The Gamecocks also have a pair of 3-star JUCO defensive tackles on board: Dantrell Barkely and Jabari Ellis.
As a senior at Irmo, Jamison caught 35 passes for 422 yards and 2 touchdowns.