Corbett Glick, who passed for 3,303 yards with 38 touchdowns as a senior at Hammond School, will join the South Carolina football team as a walk-on.
The news was first-reported by Lou Bezjak of The State on Monday night.
“I felt USC deep down in my heart and love football and wanted to be part of something bigger than I am,” Glick said. “I love Coach [Will] Muschamp and am going in and to compete. And as years go on, hopefully I can be a leader and do whatever is asked of me.”
Glick turned down a scholarship offer to play lacrosse at Johns Hopkins.
Under the guidance of former South Carolina quarterback Erik Kimrey, Glick set school records in passing yards (6,000), touchdowns (66) and completion percentage (69.).
Kicker Cole Hanna (Norcross, Ga.) is among the preferred walk-ons who’s committed to South Carolina’s 2018 class.
Two of Glick’s former teammates at Hammond, Alex Huntley and Jordan Burch, are among the country’s top prospects in the Class of 2020. Glick’s successor at Hammond, Jackson Muschamp, is the oldest son of the Gamecocks coach.