Shane Beamer and South Carolina's Football program have put the rest of the country on notice when it comes to the recruiting trail. Could they possess the ingredients to become the next great recruiting power in College Football? Andrew explains on today's show why their early results, coaching connections and SEC resources put the Gamecocks in prime position to do just that. He then ranks the biggest positions of need for the rest of the 2024 recruiting cycle, singling out the wide receiver, running back and defensive end positions.
Lastly, Andrew reviews the Post-Spring SEC Power Rankings made by On3's Jesse Simonton and gives his thoughts on where South Carolina is slotted in comparison to the rest of the SEC East and SEC as a whole!
Do you think South Carolina could become the next recruiting power in college football?
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