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According to the Gamecock Football Twitter account, running back Marcus Lattimore was applauded after today's South Carolina pro day workout. As many college football fans know, Lattimore suffered a gruesome injury to his knee last fall and has been rehabilitating since then. He did not do a full workout out today, but he did do about 15-20 minutes of rehab drills according to a tweet by NFL Draft Insider's Tony Pauline.   Room broke out in applause after Marcus Lattimore's #SCProDay workout. #Gamecockstwitpic.com/cetc0r— Gamecock Football (@GamecockFB) March 27, 2013 Can confirm; Marcus Lattimore/RB/SC will do 15-20 min workout of rehab drills (ladder drills/etc) to show strength & ability to move on knee— Tony Pauline (@TonyPauline) March 27, 2013 Lattimore announced he was leaving school to enter the NFL Draft last December. Coach Steve Spurrier had high praise for the star South Carolina running back. Spurrier said, "Very few guys I re...
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