Clemson made an offer to its next 2021 quarterback target on Thursday night. Bubba Chandler of Bogart, Ga., who has been committed to Georgia for baseball, got the word from the Tigers that he’s next in their ongoing search for a quarterback in the class.
On the opening two days of the NFL draft, it didn’t take long for a pair of former Clemson standouts to come off the board.
South Carolina reeled in one of its longtime targets on Saturday in three-star linebacker Bryce Steele (6-2, 200) of Raleigh, N.C., as he picked the Gamecocks over North Carolina and Texas.
The state of South Carolina was arguably the best in college baseball over the past decade.
Wide receiver Troy Stellato of Jacksonville, Fla., has his decision down to Clemson and Ohio State, and he’s now going through the tedious process of deciding between the national powers.
Four-star quarterback Christian Veilleux (6-4, 201) of Ontario, who plays at the Bullis School in Potomac, Md., was waiting on one more offer before he could move ahead in his recruiting process. He visited Clemson in January and had planned a return trip last week, but that was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
South Carolina women’s basketball coach Dawn Staley completed her sweep of annual awards on Thursday as the Atlanta Tipoff Club named her its 2020 Werner Ladder Naismith Women’s College Coach of the Year.
COLUMBIA — Senior Tyasha Harris of the South Carolina women’s basketball team is the winner of the 2020 Dawn Staley Award, The Phoenix Club of Philadelphia announced Friday.