Found February 07, 2013 on
Leftover Hot Dog:
Good luck to seven former South Carolina football players as they will be representing the Gamecocks in the upcoming NFL Combine.
The seven Gamecocks that were invited are:
Justice Cunningham - TE
DeVonte Holloman - LB/SPUR
T.J. Johnson - OL
Marcus Lattimore - RB
Ace Sanders - WR
D.J. Swearinger - S
Devin Taylor - DE
Ace Sanders is the lone early entrant to the NFL draft as he decided to exit the program after finishing his junior year at USC. The rest have had their time at USC expire.
The NFL Combine begins on Feb. 20th so keep a eye out on how these men perform. Most of the above will be late round pickups but you never know as the Combine is a time to shine and improve the draft stock. Regardless, we wish them luck and appreciate their tenure as members of Gamecock Nation. The program is better because of them.
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