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Five-star freshman Nyckoles Harbor had plenty of hype entering his first season with South Carolina. Late in Saturday’s game against Furman, he showed why as he caught the first of what will likely be many touchdowns for him in Columbia.Harbor entered the game late and caught a back-shoulder pass from fellow ...
Five-star freshman Nyckoles Harbor had plenty of hype entering his first season with South Carolina. Late in Saturday’s game against Furman, he showed why as he caught the first of what will likely be many touchdowns for him in Columbia.
Harbor entered the game late and caught a back-shoulder pass from fellow true freshman LaNorris Sellers for a seven-yard touchdown. He showed off his athleticism by making a quick turn to haul in a diving catch in the corner of the end zone. You can view the moment below.
Harbor committed to South Carolina out of Archbishop Carroll High School in Washington DC over offers from other big SEC programs such as Alabama and Georgia. He ranked as the No. 21 overall player and No. 1 athlete in the 2023 cycle according to the On3 Industry Ranking, a weighted average that utilizes all four major recruiting media companies.
With both he and Sellers being true freshman, this could be a connection we see for many years to come.
Overall, it was a massive day for the South Carolina offense, which totaled 571 yards in a 47-21 victory. Eight different Gamecocks players scored a touchdown giving even some of the new names a chance to leave their mark on this one.
Nyckoles Harbor will hope to build upon the milestone moment as South Carolina now prepares to face No. 1 Georgia at 3:30 p.m. ET next Saturday.
South Carolina true freshman quarterback LaNorris Sellers saw his first game action Saturday as the Gamecocks led 34-14 against Furman. Sellers entered the game in the third quarter and it didn’t take long for him to make a big play.
After completing his first pass attempt for 10 yards, Sellers stepped back and launched a perfectly placed ball to receiver Tyshawn Russell, a fellow true freshman. The result was a 50-yard touchdown that marked the first in the career of both players the pass found Russell in stride as he entered the end zone.
Sellers committed to South Carolina as a four-star recruit out of South Florence (SC) High School. He ranked as the No. 21 quarterback and No. 4 player from South Carolina in the 2023 cycle according to the On3 Industry Ranking, a weighted average that utilizes all four major recruiting media companies.
Russell ranked as the No. 1,171 overall prospect and No. 51 athlete in the 2023 class.
South Carolina might have been late in recruiting LaNorris Sellers, but it ended up with the Gamecocks landing the quarterback.The South Florence High quarterback announced his commitment Friday to ...
South Carolina might have been late in recruiting LaNorris Sellers, but it ended up with the Gamecocks landing the quarterback.
The South Florence High quarterback announced his commitment Friday to sign with and play for Shane Beamer’s Gamecocks. Sellers had been committed to Syracuse since March but opted to stay home instead.
The early signing period opened on Wednesday. Sellers waited until Friday to make the announcement during a ceremony in the South Florence High auditorium. Norris said his final decision came down to South Carolina, Syracuse and Liberty.
Sellers is USC’s fifth in-state signee for the Class of 2023 and is expected to enroll early in January. He is the lone quarterback in this year’s Gamecocks class, and his decision gives the program 22 total signees.
The 6-foot-3, 220-pounder is rated a four-star prospect by 247Sports Composite and the No. 5 prospect in South Carolina. Four of the top five players in the 247Sports Composite from withing the state are committed to play for the Gamecocks.
Sellers threw for 2,928 yards and 45 touchdowns, and rushed for 1,338 yards and 22 touchdowns as a senior. He was a finalist for the state’s Mr. Football award and was named Class 4A Lower State Back of the Year.
Syracuse had a coaching change late in the recruiting process with offensive coordinator Robert Anae leaving to take a job at North Carolina State. Anae recruited Sellers when he was at Virginia, and Sellers was a one-time commitment to UVA before Anae left for Syracuse.
He has been on Gamecocks’ radar for the past two seasons and attended camps at USC the past two years. USC didn’t offer Sellers until the middle of October, and Gamecocks coaches remained in constant contact over the past few months.
Several of USC commitments did their best to try and get Sellers to flip to the Gamecocks. USC commits Markee Anderson of Dorman and Monteque Rhames of Manning were teammates with Sellers at the Shrine Bowl and made their pitch to him.
“I see a lot of potential with him and see us winning a lot with him. He is a playmaker and can run the offense,” Rhames said.
Gamecocks assistant coaches Justin Stepp, Jody Wright, Greg Adkins, Jimmy Lindsey and Torrian Gray all were on hand for Sellers’ state championship game against Northwestern on Dec. 3.
Sellers threw for 260 yards, ran for 192 and had six total touchdowns in helping the Bruins to a 57-30 win over Northwestern for the school’s first state championship.
“Special. I’m going to say it one more time: He is the best football player in the state and it’s not even close,” South Florence coach Drew Marlowe said after Sellers’ performance in the title game.
Sellers said Beamer kept up with him during process when the Gamecocks were looking for a new offensive coordinator. USC eventually hired Dowell Loggains, who contacted Sellers shortly after being officially hired for the job.
Reporter Bristow Marchant contributed
This story was originally published December 23, 2022, 11:31 AM.
South Florence High quarterback LaNorris Sellers had a magical senior season. He led the Bruins to their first state championship. He was a finalist for Mr. Football. And he was one of the MVPs for the S.C...
South Florence High quarterback LaNorris Sellers had a magical senior season. He led the Bruins to their first state championship. He was a finalist for Mr. Football. And he was one of the MVPs for the S.C. team in Saturday’s Shrine Bowl victory.
Along the way this year, Sellers committed to Syracuse — and for the longest time he seemed settled in with the Orange. But the University of South Carolina came calling during the season. When the Gamecocks offered, Sellers suddenly had a decision on his hands.
He’ll announce his final college decision this Friday during during the December early signing period.
“Think I’m just going to sign the papers and send them off Wednesday and announce it Friday,” he said. “We are going to do something at the school” at 11:30 a.m. Friday.
He returned home from Spartanburg on Saturday night and did not conduct any in-home visits. However, he said he talked or texted with practically every member of the USC staff Saturday, including new offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Dowell Loggains.
Sellers said the Gamecock commitments on the Shrine Bowl were on him pretty hard during the week, and they are part of the reason he’s giving the Gamecocks strong consideration.
“Just the players, really,” Sellers said. “I was around a lot of them this week (at the Shrine Bowl). And still talking to the coaches. Coach Loggains was telling me about his experience with other quarterbacks. He’s learned from other quarterbacks, the strengths and weaknesses of quarterbacks, and he uses it to put into all the quarterbacks he has now and builds around them.”
Sellers also talked with Syracuse offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Jason Beck during the week. Beck is doing the best he can to keep Sellers in the fold.
“I’m feeling pretty good,” he said. “I’m still thinking about all the stuff and not trying to stress over it. I’d say six or seven” (on the strength of his Syracuse commitment).”
For the season, Sellers accounted for 4,286 yards and 67 touchdowns, 45 of them through the air.
It’s a big weekend in college football, setting the stage for major recruiting weekends across the country. On the latest episode of Whiparound, we talk about where the top prospects are visiting.No. 4 Florida State travels to Clemson for a noon kickoff, and taking it in will be 247Sports’ No. 1 recruit in the 2025 class in five-star offensive tackle David Sanders. The Tigers are a favorite for the Charlotte (NC) Provid...
It’s a big weekend in college football, setting the stage for major recruiting weekends across the country. On the latest episode of Whiparound, we talk about where the top prospects are visiting.
No. 4 Florida State travels to Clemson for a noon kickoff, and taking it in will be 247Sports’ No. 1 recruit in the 2025 class in five-star offensive tackle David Sanders. The Tigers are a favorite for the Charlotte (NC) Providence Day School blue-chipper.
A Top 10 showdown in South Bend with No. 9 Notre Dame hosting No. 6 Ohio State will bring in a large crop of ballyhooed recruits. The Irish have the No. 7 class in 2024, and one of their final remaining targets Davis Andrews will be on campus. The Buckeyes and Irish are also battling for a couple Top247 2025 Midwest recruits in Mark Zackery IV and Chris Burgess who will be there. We bring you the latest on each of those guys.
Penn State’s White Out is always a recruiting extravaganza. This year the seventh-ranked Nittany Lions host No. 24 Iowa. James Franklin and his staff sit on 247Sports’ No. 11 recruiting class and they’d love to add edge rusher Jaylen Harvey to the fold. A large group of 2025s will be on campus including top-ranked quarterback Bryce Underwood, running back Tiqwai Hayes and Top247 athlete Brady O’Hara. The skinny on each of those prospects.
Top247 running back Daniel Hill is back at Alabama.
Oregon is hosting top targets for the Colorado game including Top247 defensive lineman Jericho Johnson and Top247 running back Jason Brown. 247Sports National Analyst Blair Angulo and I also predict another prospect to the Ducks during the broadcast.
Utah brings in a few top targets for the showdown against UCLA.
All that and more in the video above.
The A.C. Flora and South Florence football teams have been next-door neighbors in the S.C. high school rankings for much of the season.Now, the two teams will get a chance to face each other on the ...
The A.C. Flora and South Florence football teams have been next-door neighbors in the S.C. high school rankings for much of the season.
Now, the two teams will get a chance to face each other on the field Friday night when Flora hosts the Bruins at Memorial Stadium in the Class 4A Lower State championship. The winner advances to next week’s 4A state title game on Dec. 3 at Benedict College.
South Florence and A.C. Flora have been ranked Nos. 1 and 2 in the S.C. high school media poll since late September after the Bruins defeated defending state champion South Pointe 42-7.
South Florence (13-0) is making its first state semifinal appearance since 2014. A.C. Flora is in its second state semifinal game in the past three years. The Falcons (13-0) won the 2020 Class 4A championship, the school’s first football state title and the first by a Columbia city school since Lower Richland in 1970.
“It is going to be electric,” A.C. Flora coach Ken Floyd said Monday after practice. “It is a big matchup, No. 1 vs. No. 2. Everyone has been anticipating it is going to come down to this. Any time you have that anticipation, the excitement comes along with it. That is what you are seeing this week. I expect you will see a big crowd at Memorial on Friday.”
Floyd has the Falcons one win away from playing for a state title in his first season as head coach. The former Fairfield Central standout took over for Dustin Curtis, who left for the head job at Dorman.
Floyd was the offensive coordinator under Curtis on the Falcons’ state championship team.
“The groundwork has been laid here with (former Flora coaches) Dustin Curtis, Reggie Shaw, Dean Howell,” Floyd said. “This place over the last 12 years has been a dominant program. So I came into a good situation. But at the end of the day, these guys have gotten it done and I am super proud of them.”
Fans at Memorial Stadium on Friday can expect to see two of the top offenses in Class 4A and two players who are having record-breaking seasons.
The Bruins are averaging 47.2 points per game and have a Mr. Football finalist in quarterback LaNorris Sellers. The Syracuse commit, who still has interest from the University of South Carolina, has thrown for more than 2,548 yards and a school-record 40 touchdowns.
“He can throw it freaking 80 yards, it seems,” Floyd said of Sellers. “He is also athletic and fast. If the game ever gets fast, you can count on him to run a quarterback power. If he does that, he can really impact the game. He is big, fast and can throw it forever, so it is a challenge.”
The Bruins also average 200 yards on the ground, and that balance will “make you stretch,” according to Floyd.
The Falcons are led on offense by their big offensive line and star tailback Markel Townsend, a senior who has rushed for 2,505 yards and 39 total touchdowns this season.
In three playoff games, Townsend has 635 yards and 13 total touchdowns. He has 12 straight 100-yard rushing games after being held to 59 yards in the season opener against Greenwood.
“He makes our job a lot easier,” A.C. Flora offensive lineman and Wofford commit Ben Holmes said. “Every time we mess up on a block, he creates space. We are lucky to have him.”
A.C. Flora also has shown its ability in the passing game, especially the deep ball with quarterback Carew Bates, who has thrown just one interception since the second game of the season. Jack Purdy and James Madison commit Chris Lofton are Bates’ top two targets.
What: South Florence at A.C. Flora
When: Friday, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Memorial Stadium in Columbia
Tickets: Can be purchased at floraathletic.com beginning at noon on Wednesday.
Radio/Stream: The game will be streamed on https://www.youtube.com/@DefiniteFiction
Winners advance to state championship games
All games at 7:30 p.m.
Dutch Fork at Gaffney
Summerville at Fort Dorchester
Northwestern at Greenville
South Florence at AC Flora
Clinton at Powdersville
Beaufort at Dillon
Saluda at Abbeville
Oceanside Collegiate at Andrew Jackson
St. Joseph’s at Christ Church
Cross at Johnsonville
This story was originally published November 22, 2022, 5:46 PM.