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South Carolina DL/OLB Melvin Ingram was a versatile player for the Gamecocks playing several positions on both sides of the ball. Little did anyone know he was a high school point guard for his basketball team.
“I was a scorer,” said Ingram when asked if he was a pass first point guard.
Ingram was also 225 pounds at the time, so I’ve got visions of that wide body driving the lane and teenage kids getting out of the way. Ingram brings a versatile skill set to the table. He’s played nose tackle, three-technique DT, defensive end, OLB and ILB in his college career.
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Former South Carolina Gamecocks football players Melvin Ingram and Alshon Jeffery provided the media folks a interview at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis. Below are both courtesy of GamecockCentral.com and the first video you see is of Melvin Ingram:
And here is Alshon Jeffery:
South Carolina defensive tackle-end-linebacker Melvin Ingram measured 6-foot-1 7/8 and 276 pounds at the Senior Bowl weigh-in on January 23. One month later, he measured 6-foot-1 7/8 and 264 pounds at Saturday’s Scouting Combine weigh-in. Ingram has shed a dozen pounds since the Senior Bowl, likely in an effort to be lighter on his feet…
South Carolina Travian Robertson is one of several monstrous defensive linemen on hand for the 2012 NFL Scouting Combine. He is also taking his jump to the next level head on. After all, adjustment is nothing new to him. He explains how his Gamecock career has helped prepare him for today…
The best way to think about South Carolina basketball is "Dum Spiro Spero." The meaning of that saying, which is the State motto, is "While I breathe, I hope."Let's dive into this after the jump...
Fitting when you think of the men's hoops program at South Carolina. A program that use to be the envy of the south, granted it was the ACC days, to where...
From Coach Steve Spurrier (whom he calls "a legend"), to longtime friend Eric Berry, South Carolina lineman Rokevious Watkins explains how a few different SEC mentors have helped prepare him for this step…
Here are video highlights of the South Carolina Gamecocks hoop's programs as the ladies won their game against Arkansas yet the men fell to Tennesee.Ladies first, here is the highlights of their 53-47 win against the 'Hogs:
Next are the men, who lost to the Vols and here are those highlights:
Did you read by chance our thoughts on the men's program --> HERE.
South Carolina defensive end/linebacker Melvin Ingram has been working with Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller at a training facility in California to improve his linebacking skills. But Ingram needs no help when it comes to athleticism.
Ingram, a 6-1, 264-pounder who went to Richmond County High, did a standing back flip recently after Miller doubted him.
The entire group of DL prospects have yet to run, but some of the better 40 times have been turned in by Clemson pass rusher Andre Branch and South Carolina pass rusher Melvin Ingram.
Branch clocked an unofficial 4.62, Ingram a 4.66. North Carolina’s Quinton Coples had a 4.72.
The top (unofficial) 40 time was turned in by West Virginia pass rusher Bruce Irvin with a stunning 4...
The Gamecocks (6-0) scored five runs in the first and second innings and used aggressive pitching Sunday to cruise to a 6-0 victory and sweep of the Elon Phoenix at Carolina Stadium.
No. 46 South Carolina completed its doubleheader sweep with a 6-1 win over Charlotte Saturday afternoon. The Gamecocks (10-1) won all three doubles matches and got a win from freshman Kyle Koch in the No. 4 singles match to clinch the victory. Koch's effort capped an afternoon that saw all four freshmen in the singles lineup collect wins along with senior Ivan Machado. The win...
No. 46 South Carolina christened Carolina Tennis Center with a 6-1 win over Furman. The Gamecocks (9-1) swept the doubles matches and won the first sets in five of the six singles matches. Freshmen hit the high spots of the match as Ben Barnette got the first singles victory, Carl Eguez clinched the match and Kyle Koch closed the match with a three-set comeback victory.
No. 46 South Carolina men's tennis makes its debut in Carolina Tennis Center this weekend with a doubleheader on Sat., Feb. 25. The Gamecocks (8-1) will take on Furman at 10 a.m. before hosting Charlotte at 4 p.m. at the $4.6 million facility, weather permitting. It is the last tune-up before South Carolina kicks off its SEC schedule next weekend against No. 4 Georgia and No. 21 Tennessee.
The South Carolina Gamecocks (10-3) earned a 4-2 victory over George Washington (0-6) to complete the weekend undefeated in the Gamecock Invitational.