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South Carolina Gamecocks National Signing Day 2017 Central: A new batch of Gamecocks arrive

National Signing Day has come and gone. Find out who the Gamecocks picked up in this class.

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National Signing Day 2017, the second at South Carolina under head coach Will Muschamp, ended with 24 players making up the new class of incoming Gamecocks football players.


—The players committed before NSD (save one) - Davonne Bowen, Zay Brown, Dennis Daley, Eric Douglas, Sherrod Greene, Tavyn Jackson, Will Register, Jordan Rhodes, Shi Smith, Damani Staley, Chad Terrell, Eldridge Thompson, Jay Urich - were all rock-solid and signed their NLIs today. That list grew by one as Javon Kinlaw, the ex-South Carolina commit (as of November) gave it some thought and signed with the Gamecocks to signify his recommitment. Tyreek Johnson will actually enroll next January and is set to sign in the future.

--As for Jamyest Williams, he made Gamecocks (and UGA) fans sweat it out before reaffirming his commitment to South Carolina during a signing ceremony at Grayson High School. Williams says he told Muschamp of his decision during his official visit this past weekend and informed Georgia coach Kirby Smart the day before NSD.

Summie Carlay, Kaleb Chambers, Jaylin Dickerson, OrTre Smith and MJ Webb are already on campus. They enrolled early and will be with the team for spring camp in a few months.

Keisean Nixon, thought to have already been signed, did so on NSD.

Here are our profiles of all the previously committed players that signed on National Signing Day:

Dennis Daley

Zay Brown

Damani Staley

Eric Douglas

Will Register

Shi Smith

Davonne Bowen

Jay Urich

Chad Terrell

Javon Kinlaw

Sherrod Greene

Eldridge Thompson

Tavyn Jackson

Jordan Rhodes

Jamyest Williams

Several NSD commits came down as well: Aaron Sterling, who chose South Carolina over Tennessee; Jordon Carty, who made the call for the Gamecocks; and the biggest of the three, Brad Johnsonwho committed in a high school ceremony shortly after noon.

—Jaylen Twyman had it down to South Carolina and Pitt - but chose the Panthers.