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The HSSR 2021 Top 52 Prep Football Prospects SC

(As of October 1—Send 2021 Nominations With Stats To hsreport@aol.com)     

  1. Braylin Oliver-BHP-FS-6-2, 190-GA Commit
  2. Ahmari Huggins-Bruce -Dillon-WR-6-0, 180
  3. Thornton Gentry-Chapin -OL-6-4, 280
  4. Joshua Burrell-Bythewood-WR-6-2, 210
  5. Octaveon Minter-Chester-LB-6-2, 225
  6. Justus Boone-Sumter-DE-6-5,240
  7. J.J. Jones-Myrtle Beach-WR-6-4, 190
  8. Aries Scott-Hillcrest-DE-6-4, 215
  9. Undre Lindsey-Gaffney-QB-6-2, 200-4.5
  10. James Avery Hewitt-Dillon-OL-6-3, 305
  11. Jordan Burrell-Blythewood-DB-6-1, 185  
  12. Edward Owusu-Dutch Fork-LB-6-0, 215
  13.  Adonis Davis-Blackville-Hilda-LB-6-1,213-4.6    
  14. Ron Benjamin-Central of Pageland-WR-6-1, 180-4.5 
  15. Kaseem Vauls-Irmo-DE-6-1, 236
  16. Corey Graham-Manning-QB-Ath. -6-3, 190
  17. Donovan Edwards-Camden-OL-DL-6-4, 265
  18. Elijah Spencer-Dutch Fork-WR-CB-6-2, 190
  19. Jeffari Pearson-Camden-QB-6-3, 200 
  20. JaQuan Dixon-Green Sea Floyds-RB-5-11, 185
  21. Willis Lane-Cemden-RB-5-9,180
  22. Omarion Hammond-AC Flora-DL-6-4,235       

23.. Solomon Butler-Berkeley-S-WR-5-10, 170-4.49

24. Zane Smith-North Myrtle Beach-PK-P-  

   25. Deshawn McKnight-Sumter-MLB-6-2, 210 

   26. Joseph Byrnes-Camden-DB-6-0, 175 

   27. OJ White-Andrew Jackson-WR-6-0,185

  28. Carson King-Hilton Head Prep-TE-6-4, 225

29. Charles McFadden-Boiling Springs-RB-5-9,185

30. Will Way-Brookland-Cayce-RB-5-11-, 185 

31. Shammond Price-Dutch Fork-Ol-6-2, 275

32.  Sam Moultrie-Timberland-DL-6-2, 225 

33. Elijah Davis-Wagener-Salley-DE-6-4, 250

34. Hayden Vasquez-Sumter-QB-6-1, 200

35.  Khalid Gadson-Fort Dorchester-FS/SS-6-1,208  

36. Keith Dessasure-Fort Dorchester-WR-5-10, 160

37. Therion Cannon-Thomas Heyward-OL-6-3,245

38. K.J. Gary-Newberry-DL-6-2, 280 

39. Wells Sykes-Gilbert-DB-5-9, 175

40. Preston Hawkins-Indian Land-OL-6-6, 325-

41. Bailey Carroway-Hartsville-LB-6-3, 225

42. Hykein Nhan-Spring Valley-DB-5-10, 180

43. Anthony Walton-Lamar-Ol-8-4, 296

44. Shedrick Pointer-Myrtle Beach-LB-6-1, 190

45. T.J. Sanders-Marion-DL-TE-6-4, 250

46. Brice Faicloth-Loris-WR-6-1, 185

47. Khalid Roberts-Marlboro County-OL-DL-6-5, 320

48. Sullivan Hardin-Myrtle Beach-PK-P-5-11, 175

49. Jamari Chisolm-Barnwell-RB-6-1, 185

50. Jose Rivera-Darlington-OL/DL-6-3, 300

51. Isaiah Boyd-Lexington-DL-6-2, 230

52. Mickey Lee-Oceanside Collegiate-OL-C-6-1, 285

 

HSSR SC Top 50 SCISA Football Prospect List From All Grade Levels In SC

(All players seniors- otherwise so noted) send nominations with stats to hsreport@aol.com

(Colleges Advised To Invited These Underclassmen To Summer Camps in June, 2020 For Evaluation)

1. Jordan Burch-Hammond-Hammond-DE-6-5, 265  (30 plus-offers 5-star) 

2. Alex Huntley-Hammmond-DT-NG-6-4, 270-USC (four-star)

3. Sincere Brown-First Baptist-WR-6-5,180-App. State (3.5 star)

4. Jackson Muschamp-Hammond QB-DB-6-2,180

5. Jonathan Schafer-Andrew Jackson Academy-Ath. -LB-HB-6-2, 218-4.6 (Soph). D-1

6.  Capers Stokes-Hammond-RB-5-11, 170-4.4-(Soph) (offered USC)

7. Wyatt Roland-Laurence Manning- RB-SWR-KR-5-9,160-4.5-

8. Will Daniels-First Baptist-QB-6-2, 190-(JR)-

9. Stone McDonald-Hilton Head Prep-QB-6-2, 185

10. Marshall Brown-Florence Christian-QB-RB-DB-6-0, 175 (JR)

11. JR Patterson-Thomas Heyward-RB-5-11, 180 (JR)

12. Jerimiah Brunson-Carolina Academy -RB-DL-6-2, 215

13. Ronnie Porter-Heathwood Hall-RB-6-0, 210-(JR)

14. Carson King-Hilton Head Prep-TE-6-5, 230 (JR)

15. Christian Olson-Robert E. Lee-LB-6-0,200

16. Nic Brown Williamsburg Academy- RB-DE-6-0,210 (9th

17. Dawson Coleman-Beaufort Academy-QB-TE-6-5,220 

18. Bug Brunson-Andrew Jackson Academy -QB-LB-5-10, 170

19. Therion Cannon-Thomas Heyward-OL-6-3, 245- (JR)-High Interest Old Dominion/Ga. Southern

20.  James Reedy-Cardinal Newman-OL-6-6, 290

21. Andre Wilson-Hammond-WR-5-10, 170 

23. Jackson Lee-Laurence Manning-P-6-0, 185

24. Palmer Thompson-Spartanburg Christian-QB-LB-6-5, 200

24. Rondarius Porter-Heathwood Hall-LB-6-0, 240 (soph.)

25.   Garrison Owens-Jefferson Davis Academy-OL-6-8,325- Moves well (SOPH) D-1

26.  Bennett Stephens Laurence Manning-LB- 6-1, 200

27. Connor Rourk-Palmetto Christian-QB-FS-6-2, 205-QB-FS (JR)

28. J.D. Key-Porter-Guad-LB-6-1, 210-

29. Austin Brown-Carolina Academy- RB-DB-

30. Danny Barker-Pee Dee Academy-LB-6-1, 210

31, Connor Gasque-Pee Dee Academy-WR-6-1, 185

32. Jett Smith-Robert E. Lee-QB-6-0, 175-

33. Colby Weeks-Dorchester Academy-QB-5-11, 165-

34. Campbell deholl-Wilson Hall-LB-6-2, 205 

36. Thomas Lowry-QB- Laurens Academy-5-11, 165- (jr) 

37. Nai’Ryan Bookart-St. Johns Christian-QB-6-2, 194-(Jr)  

38. Mac Timmons-Carolina Academy-LB-6-1, 195

39. Joe Kellahan-Williamsburg Academy-QB-6-1, 180-(Soph)

40. Fabian Goodman-Hammond-DB- 5-11-170-USC Preferred Walk-on Offer

41. George Rishmawri-Florence Christian-DB-5-11, 172

42.  Bradley Dunn-Hammond-DE-5-9, 230

43. Holston Slack-Porter-Gaud-OL-LS-6-2, 290-

44. Shane Stephens-Laurence Manning- NG-OL-6-0, 260-

45. Lawson Pritchett-Porter-Gaud-OLB-6-1, 200- (9th)

46. Clayton Stancil-Northwood Academy-LS- 6-1, 215

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A Look At Some Of The Top 2021 Football Prospects In SC, HSSR Still Feels National Services Overlooking SC In Favor Of Near-By States

By Billy G. Baker

Publisher

Moncks Corner---This Country Green Turf football recruiting page is focused mainly at the 2021 football prospects class in South Carolina, a group of Palmetto state football prospects greatly under-valued by the national recruiting services and we stress this because at the same time the majority of them are putting out lists 50 to 100 deep on their websites in the states of North Carolina, Georgia, and Florida all while showing seven or so players from South Carolina in the same class.

This situation certainly caught the attention of “The High School Sports Report” the only combination publication/website (hssr.com) in the nation devoted exclusively for the coverage and promotion of high school athletics in one state—that being the great prep football state of South Carolina.  We have been trying to communicate directly with these national recruiting services, and in the near future,  we hope to be able to share with our readership what we found out as to why services would largely ignore a state indexed over the years as the fourth best state in the nation per population/capita for NFL prospects.

Before we go any further the HSSR would like to thank Nevin Goff and Chuck Floyd from the beautiful Country Green Turf Farm in New Zion, SC. As we have stated before these two gentlemen are proud Clemson fans and they certainly breathed a sigh of relief when North Carolina failed in their two- point conversion attempt last Saturday that would have given them a 22-21 over the then top ranked Tigers. The goal posts in Keenan Stadium were also spared from being ripped from the ground also.

We are releasing an updated 2021 prospects lists in South Carolina with this issue. Once again, our Top 15 list is very strong with top rated BHP defensive back Braylin Oliver (6-2, 190) already committed to SEC power Georgia  

Our top wide receiver for the 2021 class is Dillon’s Ahamai Huggins-Bruce (6-0, 180-4.35). As a freshman in the state title game he caught around 8 passes for over 175 yards and two touchdowns. One of his catches in double coverage in the end zone was a circus catch (high in the air) freshman are not supposed to make, but the great ones show that NFL talent early. Huggins-Bruce is averaging 21.2 yards a catch early in the 2019 season.  According to head coach Jackie Hayes the speedster has 8 offers to date. They include Miami, Wake Forest, Louisville, East Carolina, West Virginia, Virginia Tech, Duke, an Appalachian State.

“Ahmari is a playmaker and he had an 87-yard kick-off return against Marlboro County just last week and he put a spin move on to avoid two tacklers and he was down the sideline untouched after that,” said Coach Hayes. “He is not as big as Derrick Hamilton was, but he is faster. He has great hands, catches the ball at a high point, and he runs precision routes and he is always where he is supposed to be.  In college we project he will be moved to a slot receiver and he will be a night- mare for linebackers to cover across the middle I can promise you.”

Our number three rated player right now in the 2021 class is Chapin guard/tackle Thornton Gentry (6-5, 290, 5.1) and he started to be coached up literally from his baby crib being the son of a high school head coach Justin Gentry. Gentry plays left tackle at Chapin, but he could easily adjust to the guard position at the next level.   He has a 335-pound bench, a 4.5 shuttle, huge hands and feet, with great arm extension for pass blocking. He squats 500 pounds and runs a 5.1 forty with a 28.5” vertical jump.

(In other words, sign here SON!) Georgia State, evaluated personally by head coach Shawn Elliott, has become Gentry’s first offer. He recently took in college games at South Carolina, North Carolina and North Carolina State and many more have been scheduled. Gentry’s sister attends Clemson and it no secret that he grew up a Tiger fan. Robbie Caldwell of Clemson knows about Gentry from summer camp experiences, but no offer has been made yet.  

“We support Thornton as proud parents and we will take him to whatever game college game he would like to go see,” said Coach Gentry.  “At times it has been a challenge to separate the father in me while also being the head coach on the team he plays for.  He is a good student in the class room, and he is very dedicated to the game of football. Although Thornton grew up a Tiger fan, he really likes USC line coach Eric Woolford a lot.  He is very open to the recruiting process and we took in four or five camps this past summer. We went to schools like North Carolina, South Carolina, Clemson, and Georgia State.”

Rounding out the HSSR top 10 list is Blythewood receiver Joshua Burrell (6-2, 210), in the number four slot. Man slamming linebacker Octaveon Minter (6-2, 225) had well over 100 tackles and 20 TFL as a sophomore on the state champion Chester Cyclones and he has played like a Cyclone literally so far in the 2019 season with 54 tackles and 13 QB pressures so far. South Carolina was the first offer for Sumter defensive end Justis Boone (6-5, 240) after he turned heads in person at a summer camp with the Gamecocks. 

Three of the top seven 2021 prospects in South Carolina are big play receivers. The HSSR watched Myrtle Beach’s J.J. Jones (6-4, 190) make several nice catches in his team’s win over Conway last week. Jones transferred from Socastee over the summer and he is just now making a name for himself in the 2021 class as a potential big-time prospect.  He uses his big body in space to fend off defensive backs and he reminded us a lot of former Gaffney receiver Sydney Rice who went on to the NFL after college. The remaining 2021 HSSR prospects 8 through 10 are Hillcrest defensive end Aries Scott (6-4, 215) and he took in the USC/Kentucky game last week. Gaffney quarterback Undre Lindsey (6-2, 200,4.5) was injured in his teams battle with Byrnes last week but he has been putting up good dual threat numbers for the Indians the past two seasons.  Rounding out the Top 10 is honor student James Avery Hewitt (6-3, 305) a two- year starter at tackle for the tradition rich Wildcats. He made good impressions on the camp circuit last summer.

We are also printing for the first time ever a HSSR-SCISA Top 50 list from all grade levels in hopes of getting several private school prospects a fair shake in the complicated recruiting evaluation process. With 2020 defensive linemen prospects like players like Jordan Burch and Alex Huntley (USC pledge) Yof Hammond and receiver Sincere brown of First Baptist (Appalachian State) we have been doing our best to research up and coming players in SCISA, but opinions vary a lot in this group to be honest. We suggest that colleges invite these players to their summer camp for a firsthand look at some top-notch student athletes.

Next issue we dive more into the 2021 class in South class.  

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