South Carolina football: Updates from Gamecocks’ pro day

South Carolina football-Skai Moore

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Former members of the South Carolina football team are back in town Tuesday to perform in front of NFL brass at the Gamecocks annual pro day.

Tight end Hayden Hurst and linebacker Skai Moore highlight the field, which also includes cornerback JaMarcus King and defensive tackle Taylor Stallworth. All four were in Indianapolis for the NFL Combine.

The group will be joined by several former South Carolina football players, including defensive back Chris Lammons, safety D.J. Smith, defensive back Demetrius Smalls, defensive linemen Dante Sawyer and Ulric Jones, offensive linemen Alan Knott, Cory Helms and D.J. Park.

SEC Country is on site at the Gamecocks indoor practice facility to provide coverage of pro day. Any live updates and breaking news will be shared.

South Carolina football pro day updates

  • While walking into the indoor building for pro day, I spotted Moore with a representative from the Baltimore Ravens. The two spoke for a couple of minutes before hit the field, to get ready for this portion of the day.
  • Tony Barnhart, Mr. College Football, is among the media contingent.
  • Patriots coach Bill Belichick is here.
  • Also sported reps from: Ravens, Bucs, Broncos, Redskins, Rams, Jets
    Chiefs, Eagles, Cowboys, Panthers, Lions, Seahawks, Dolphins, Bills, Browns, Giants, Steelers
  • Citadel linebacker Myles Pierce and Limestone wide receiver Vyncint Smith are working out today.
  • Looks like assistant strength coach Chas Dodd, a former QB at Rutgers, will throw to Hurst and the receivers during on-field drills.
  • Former Gamecock defensive lineman Qua Lewis is here as an observer.
  • Helms repped the 225-bench press 26 times. Because he’s still recovering from an ankle injury, he wasn’t able to run today. He’ll do that next month at an event with the Panthers.

South Carolina football updates

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