South Carolina wide receiver commit Bryan Edwards’ high school career is finished after sustaining a right leg injury.
Edwards, a 4-star prospect from Conway High School (Conway, S.C.), tore his meniscus in his school’s game this past weekend.
Conway WR & South Carolina commit @Edwards_Bryan4 has confirmed he has a torn meniscus. Looks like his HS career is over. Surgery soon.
— Brandon Dunn (@BDunnsports) October 26, 2015
The 6-foot-3, 208-pounder has remained committed to South Carolina despite Steve Spurrier’s departure from the program. He has looked around at other schools, though. UGA, in particular, appears to be a school that Edwards is strongly looking at. He visited the school this summer for its prospect camp and is expected to take an official visit there at some point.
This summer, he told the AJC that UGA was his No. 2 school.
He is rated the state of South Carolina’s No. 2 prospect.