—First QB out: Brandon McIlwain. The staff will continue to work them equally, as Muschamp has said in the past. Hopefully we won’t see too many of these during the season.
Theme from Monday night (and Saturday afternoon) continues with a dropped pass. This one from Christian Owens.— Josh Kendall (@JoshatTheState) August 16, 2016
Might we see a little different role for Perry Orth this season as Kurt Roper puts together some offensive packages?
Brandon McIlwain clearly not only QB coaches see as dual-threat. Perry Orth w/ lot of rollouts, speed option, designed runs last few days.— David Caraviello (@dcaraviello) August 16, 2016
Good and bad Jake Bentley moments tonight.
Jake Bentley caps practice with a beautiful throw down the seam Matrick Belton for a long TD— Mike Wilson (@MikeWilsonAJC) August 17, 2016
Chris Lammons with an INT of Bentley.— David Cloninger (@DCTheState) August 17, 2016
—Chandler Farrell continues to see some time in camp as he worked with the twos along with Orth’s group. Muschamp had some very good things to say about the freshman walk-on, who will see some time in the rotation throughout the season.
—Bryan Edwards is going to be pretty good this season.
Bryan Edwards again with a highlight at practice as he ran a filthy route to shed Chris Lammons.— Mike Wilson (@MikeWilsonAJC) August 16, 2016
Bryan Edwards with his second gasp-inducing play in two days, this time shaking Chris Lammons for an easy goal line catch. Crowd approved.— Josh Kendall (@JoshatTheState) August 16, 2016
More proof (from yesterday).
Deebo Samuel seems healthy.
Deebo leaping way up, arms over head, to catch a corner touchdown. No sign of a bad hammy there.— David Cloninger (@DCTheState) August 16, 2016
—One of the big stories of camp was Javon Charleston moving from WR to DL. It’s a big move for him, and he talked about it with the gathered media after practice.
J. Charleston: "I haven't played DB since middle school. But I never back down from a challenge."— David Cloninger (@DCTheState) August 17, 2016
Watching Charleston’s development at defensive back (having switched from WR) will be something worth keeping an eye on. Even though it’s been several years since he’s played there, the staff obviously saw something that would indicate that he is capable of taking the challenge head on.
—Indoor practice facility is continuing to come along very well.
The other big banner at the indoor facility is up. pic.twitter.com/gY7OYVD8IQ— GoGamecocks.com (@gogamecocks) August 17, 2016
Tomorrow is the last open session of camp and is set for the same time. The week wraps with a 9 a.m. Friday practice and a scrimmage on Saturday at 8 p.m.