- #22 RB
- South Carolina Gamecocks
- HometownBlythewood, SC
- Weight222 lbs.
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Today, we continue our look at each position in the SEC by checking out quite the loaded group: Running backs.SEC games are won and lost in the trenches, but the league has always poked its chest out from the running back position.about 84 days ago | Edward Aschoff | ESPN.com
We know a good idea when we see it. And with all apologies to our good friends at the Big Ten Blog, we’re going to steal one of theirs.It’s time to plan your road trips.about 123 days ago | Alex Scarborough and Edward Aschoff | ESPN.com
Three things we learned in the spring about the South Carolina Gamecocks:1. Offense is deep: As long as fifth-year senior quarterback Dylan Thompson stays healthy, South Carolina shouldn’t have many issues on offense.about 125 days ago | David Ching | ESPN.com
Mike Davis came on so strong last season it was as if Marcus Lattimore had never left. South Carolina didn’t have to deal with the pain of losing its legendary running back because Davis stepped right into his place, seamlessly providing the same kind of power and speed at the position fans and coaches had become accustomed to.about 155 days ago | Alex Scarborough | ESPN.com
SEC reporter Chris Low discusses players to keep an eye on this offseason and spring at South Carolina.about 201 days ago | ESPN.com staff | ESPN.com
In a blink of an eye, Mike Davis was gone. Actually, it might have been less than a blink. However long it took for people to realize that Davis had bullied his way through his line before bouncing off two North Carolina defenders, the 5-foot-9, 219-pound bowling ball of a running back cut right and was off to a race down the sideline for a 75-yard dagger of a touchdown in the third quarter of South Carolina's 27-10 season-opening win.about 362 days ago | Edward Aschoff | ESPN.com
ATHENS, Ga. -- Georgia’s difficult first month on the schedule is the talk of the Bulldogs’ offseason, with games against Clemson, South Carolina and LSU likely to determine the trajectory of the season before Georgia even makes it to October.about 435 days ago | David Ching | ESPN Insider
The other day I was asked a question about the SEC that caught me off guard a little.And no, it wasn't about Bob Stoops or scheduling.I was asked if the league would be a quarterback or running back league in 2013.about 477 days ago | Edward Aschoff | ESPN.com
Chris Low talks with South Carolina running back Brandon Wilds.about 516 days ago | ESPN.com staff | ESPN.com
Had we asked this question a year ago, nobody would have gotten it right.Can we all agree on that?Our SportsNation poll question earlier this week was: Who will lead the SEC in rushing in 2013?about 522 days ago | Chris Low | ESPN.com