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Draft Scout Brandon Shell News
12/08/12 - 2012 ALL-SEC FRESHMAN TEAM (COACHES): OL - Brandon Shell, South Carolina, has been selected to the All-Southeastern Conference Freshman Team (Coaches selection) for the 2012 college football season. Shell, a 6-6, 331-pound redshirt freshman from Goose Creek, S.C. started nine games during the season, including the final eight at right tackle. He was also the starting left tackle in the season opener at Vanderbilt. - South Carolina football
09/06/12 - Redshirt freshman LT Brandon Shell, who entered the Vanderbilt game with a bruised foot, missed the fourth quarter because of exhaustion. He returned to practice and did not appear to be hindered in his walking. - The Sports Xchange
09/06/12 - PLAYERS TO WATCH: OL Brandon Shell -- The redshirt freshman left tackle was impressive on run blocking, but struggled when it came to pass blocking. Suffering from a sprained ankle and fatigue, he was lifted from the Vanderbilt game in the fourth quarter. - The Sports Xchange
08/30/12 - South Carolina will start a young offensive line, but it is potentially more talented than any since Steve Spurrier has been at the school. Potentially the most talented player is redshirt freshman LT Brandon Shell, who is 6-6 and 331 pounds. The leader of the unit is senior C T. J. Johnson. RT Mike Matulis started four games, including the last three of the season. "This is a young group, but they move really well," offensive line coach Shawn Elliott said. "I feel good about the ability of all of them." - The Sports Xchange