- #1 WR
- South Carolina Gamecocks
- HometownSicklerville, NJ
- Weight170 lbs.
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We continue our "Most important game" series, which looks at the most important game for each SEC team in 2014. These are the games that will have the biggest impact on the league race or hold special meaning for one of the teams involved.about 63 days ago | ESPN.com staff | ESPN.com
If you’re just now jumping on board our little road trip, we at the SEC Blog have been getting you ready for the coming season by plotting out our top destinations for each week of the season.about 67 days ago | Edward Aschoff | ESPN.com
We have recruiting, transfers, injury updates, playbook kerfluffles and much more in Friday's edition of the lunch links. Hope you all have a great day and a great weekend.about 70 days ago | Sam Khan Jr. | ESPN.com
We continue our breakdown of each position group in the SEC on Wednesday by looking at a group that might be low on name recognition but quite high -- and deep -- on talent.about 79 days ago | Alex Scarborough | ESPN.com
There wasn’t any conversation between Steve Spurrier and Dylan Thompson this offseason. The two didn’t need to speak to know the arrangement.about 157 days ago | Alex Scarborough | ESPN.com
COLUMBIA, S.C. -- No. 9 South Carolina will be without second-leading receiver Damiere Byrd for the Capital One Bowl after he injured his knee at practice this week.about 251 days ago | ESPN.com staff | ESPN.com
ATHENS, Ga. -- Perhaps because of Georgia’s offensive ineptitude in its 35-7 loss last season to South Carolina, Gamecocks quarterback Connor Shaw’s impressive performance seemed to fly under the radar.about 360 days ago | David Ching | ESPN.com
Today we're looking at South Carolina, which enters the 2013 season as one of the favorites in the Eastern Division.Coach: Steve Spurrier (208-77-2 overall, 66-37 at South Carolina)2012 record: 11-2Key losses: RB Marcus Lattimore, WR Ace Sanders, LB Shaq Wilson, FS D.about 387 days ago | Michael DiRocco | ESPN.com
We conclude our position rankings by looking at special teams. These can be some of the unsung heroes of teams or they can be major goats. Believe it or not, it's hard out there for special teams guys.about 413 days ago | Edward Aschoff | ESPN.com