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University of South Carolina announces 2013 signing class

COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) -

University of South Carolina Head Football Coach Steve Spurrier announced the Gamecocks 2013 signing class Wednesday.  The state of Georgia is sending six recruits to the Gamecocks.  Four are coming from South Carolina high schools.  Four recruits each are coming from schools in Florida and North Carolina.

The list below includes recruits signing letters of intent to attend the University of South Carolina:

Larenz Bryant, LB, (6-0, 215 lbs) Charlotte, NC (Vance)

Mohamed Camara, S, (6-1, 191 lbs) Cumming, GA (West Forsyth)

Pharoh Cooper, CB, (5-11, 194 lbs) Havelock, NC (Havelock)

Devan'te Covington, DE, (6-4, 220 lbs) Rockingham, NC (Richmond County)

Kelsey Griffin, DT, (6-2, 292 lbs) Buford, GA (Mill Creek)

Ali Groves, CB, (5-10, 184 lbs) Stone Mountain, GA (Stephenson)

David Johnson, LB, (6-1, 268 lbs) Lithonia, GA (Lithonia)

Bryce King, OL, (6-3, 281 lbs) Dillon, SC (Dillon)

Alan Knott, OL, (6-4, 272) Tyrone, GA (Sandy Creek)

Ronnie Martin, CB, (5-11, 173) Spartanburg, SC (Spartanburg/Georgia Military)

Connor Mitch, QB,  (6-3, 219) Raleigh, NC (Wakefield)

Skai Moore, LB (6-2, 205) Cooper City, FL (University)

D.J. Park, OL, (6-4, 335) Dillon, SC (Dillon)

Na'Ty Rodgers, OL, (6-5, 296) Waldorf, MD (MCDonough)

Jasper Sasser, S, (6-0, 192) Jacksonville, FL (Wolfson)

Jamari Smith, RB, (5-10, 183) Jacksonville, FL (Fletcher)

Gerald Turner, DE, (6-2, 256) Goose Creek, SC (Goose Creek)

J.P. Vonashek, OL, (6-6, 283) Saint Marys, GA (Camden County)

Jonathan Walton, LB, (6-0, 234) Daphne, AL (Bayside Academy)

Devin Washington, DE (6-3, 225) Orlando, FL (Jones)

David Williams, RB, (6-1, 200) Philadelphia, PA (Imhotep Charter)

Martin, Mitch and Park enrolled at the USC in January, 2013.

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