Draft Scout Snapshot:DS Rating on 9-1-10: #6 CB, #38/750 Overall, 2-3 2010: Started seven of first eight games this season... Suffered season-ending injury (torn pectoral) vs. Tennessee... Finished career as South Carolina’s all-time leader in kickoff returns (106) and kick return yardage (2,476)... Third in SEC history in kick returns and kick return yards... Led team with season-high seven tackles at Kentucky... Preseason All-SEC selection by the coaches, Phil Steele and Athlon...2009: Second-team All-SEC pick by the AP... started 12 games... logged 62 tackles, the team's third-highest total... also returned 26 kickoffs for 585 yards, an average of 22.5 yards per return...2008: Gamecocks' starting free safety and kick returner... started 12 games... logged 60 tackles including 4.5 tackles for loss... credited with three interceptions, three pass break ups and forced two fumbles... ranked fourth in the SEC in kick returns, averaging 24.1 yards per return on 34 returns (821 total yards)...2007: Named to the All-SEC Freshman team as a kick returner by the Sporting News... returned 34 kicks for 809 yards as a true freshman... his 23.8-yard return average ranked eighth in the SEC... his 809 kick return yards ranked second in school history, behind only the 880 yards logged by Dick Harris in 1970... made his first and only start at wide receiver against Tennessee.
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