South Carolina dispensed a pair of offers to defensive ends from the Miami area on Wednesday, after another session of the Will Muschamp Football Camp.
Miami commitment Gregory Rousseau, a 3-star 2018 prospect from Champagnat Catholic in Hialeah, Fla., already had offers from LSU, Oregon and Southern Cal, among others. According to the 247Sports composite, he’s ranked as the No. 25 weak-side defensive end in the Class of 2018.
— Gregory Rousseau (@Greg_R5) June 14, 2017
Braylen Ingraham, a 2019 from Dillard High School in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., carried an impressive offer list into South Carolina’s camp on Wednesday: Alabama, Georgia, LSU and Ohio State being among the most notable.
— Braylen Ingraham™ (@BIngraham5) June 14, 2017
Let’s kick it
South Carolina special teams coordinator Coleman Hutzler watched Cole Hanna kick during a 1-on-1 workout on Wednesday morning, before Muschamp got rolling.
“I kicked pretty well today and he has put me with his top few guys,” Hanna said. “They do not have a scholarship for a kicker though right now, just a (preferred walk-on).”
Hanna, a 2018 prospect from Norcross (Ga.) High School, is familiar with the campus in Columbia.
“I went to camp last year and then a game this past season,” he said. “I love the whole program.”
Maryland and Troy have also hosted him for camp this summer. In July, he’ll compete in the Hammer Kicking Top 40 camp a Chris Sailer Top 12 camp.
More from Muschamp Camp
One of the showstoppers from the skill player group during Wednesday’s camp session was 2019 wide receiver Nate Jefferson, a 2019 wide receiver from Lyman High School in Longwood, Fla.
Jefferson dazzled with his speed and short area quickness. He gave South Carolina safety commitment RJ Roderick a little bit of trouble during 1-on-1 work, though Roderick was hardly his only victim.
After camp concluded, Jefferson (5-9, 150) caught punts inside the indoor practice facility as special teams coordinator Coleman Hutzler looked on.
Before the 1-on-1 period began, Muschamp was spotted with 2018 wide receiver Hunter Marchbanks, a 5-foot-9, 175-pound prospect from Westside High School in Anderson, S.C. who caught 17 passes for 306 yards and 5 touchdowns over eight games as a junior.
Both wide receivers would profile to play in the slot.
They caught passes from 2019 quarterback Garrett Sharder, who’s out of Charlotte (N.C.) Christian. The 6-foot-5, 190-pound prospect has offers from Louisville, Missouri and Penn State.
Shrader might be the top overall quarterback who’s thrown for the Gamecock coaches this month at camp.