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We’ve hit the final full week of the 2018 football recruiting campaign. Yes, it seemed like it ended Dec. 20 with the early signing day, but it didn’t. The official national signing day is Feb. 7, so coaches will come off the road at the end of the week.
South Carolina gained its fourth and fifth commitments for the 2019 class on Wednesday with the pledges of offensive lineman Mark Fox (6-4, 290) of Miami and defensive end Devontae Davis (6-5, 250) of Georgia Military College.
The next big day in the college basketball recruiting world is Saturday, when Zion Williamson (6-6) of Spartanburg Day is set to announce his college choice at his school, with Clemson, South Carolina, Duke, North Carolina, Kentucky and Kansas as his finalists.
COLUMBIA —South Carolina head coach Will Muschamp has promoted Kyle Krantz into the newly-created 10th on-field assistant coaching position, and he’s named former Gamecock standout Marcus Lattimore to a support position, it was announced Friday.
Offensive lineman Dylan Wonnum of Tucker, Ga., will take four official visits leading up to the Feb. 7 signing day. He said the only date he has down is Auburn on Jan. 12, while his other officials will be to South Carolina, LSU and Tennessee.
There’s officially one signing period down and another to go for the 2018 football recruiting campaign.
As a fan of the Carolina Panthers since the franchise was awarded to Jerry Richardson in 1993, I’ve seen more than my share of highs and lows.
South Carolina coach Will Muschamp had a couple of recruiting surprises to share with the media at his news conference Wednesday afternoon following what had already been a fruitful opening day to the early signing period for the Gamecocks.