Gamecock Central Live: More Gamecocks recruits setting official visits
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GC LIVE: More recruits setting official visits + Baseball enters final stretch

Wes Mitchell05/12/22
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In this episode of Gamecock Central Live, Wes Mitchell and Kendall Smith discuss South Carolina football as more prospects cut their lists and more set official visits to the Gamecocks. Plus, is this baseball season saveable? They discuss this and more!

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South Carolina makes former Dutch Fork standout Devin Hyatt’s Top four

Irmo, S.C. native and current IMG Academy class of 2023 four-star wide receiver Devin Hyatt may not live in the Palmetto State anymore but he’s still got his eyes on the South Carolina football program.

The 6-foot-1, 179-pounder Hyatt narrowed his list Wednesday to four schools — South CarolinaAlabamaGeorgia and Tennessee — and told On3’s Chad Simmons that he hopes to commit soon.

Gamecock Central and On3 subscribers can read more details on Hyatt’s recruitment as he went in-depth with Simmons about each school, the process moving forward, and his decision timeframe.

Hyatt, whose older brother Jalin Hyatt is a receiver at Tennessee, took an unofficial visit to South Carolina for a spring football practice last month when he and his mother caught up with Gamecocks receivers coach Justin Stepp.

“I had a great time and liked what I saw at practice,” Hyatt told Gamecock Central in March. “Spencer (Rattler) and the rest of the offense was looking great and I loved spending time and getting to see how Coach Stepp coaches.”

While on campus, Hyatt also had an opportunity to catch up with Stepp and South Carolina offensive coordinator Marcus Satterfield, and both gave him a sense of how he would be used in Columbia.