South Carolina Class of 2007

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South Carolina Class of 2007

Here is a very early look at the junior class in the state of South Carolina. This is an incomplete list as names will be added and deleted throughout the next 14 months. The names are listed by position but alphabetically. Clemson coaches have already evaluated most of the players in person but will continue to do so over the next year. All signs indicate this being a great class in the state. Again, it is early but some subscribers requested an early look at the class.


Patrick Henry- Lee Central

Willy Korn- Byrnes

Matt Lentz- Greenville

Malcolm Long- Gaffney


Nick Bentley- Dreher

Malcolm Elder- Carver’s Bay

Antwan Lyde- Wilson

Zack Norman- Greenwood

Allen Singletary- Lake City


Mark Barnes- RNE

Justin Birch- Ft. Dorchester

Xavier Dye- Greenwood

J.R. Hemmingway- Conway

Taj Lesane- Carolina Forest

Karvin Snipe- Southside


Andrew Lanier- Dorman


Josh Austin- Camden

Mason Cloy- Spring Valley

C.J. Matthews- Airport

James Miles- Blue Ridge

Wilson Norris- Pickens

Kyle Nunn- Sumter

Quinton Richardson- Spring Valley

David Smith- Greenville

T.J. Thomas- Summerville

Stephen White- Beaufort


Joby Dowling- Columbia

Charles Dunlap- Ft. Dorchester

Jarvis Jenkins- Daniel

Sean Jones- Irmo

Matt Kersey- Camden

Vernard Parnall- Marlboro Co.

Devon Thompson- Union


Albert Lemus- Byrnes

Brian Maddox- Hanna

Preston Stukes- Manning

Jared Tavernier- BHP


Gary Gray- RNE

Marquies Hamlin- Lamar

Stanley Hunter- Byrnes


Jimmer Boston- Westside

Larry Perry- Fairfield Central

Lindel Stephenson- Marlboro Co.

Rashaad Watson- Beaufort

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