Arguably the best player in high school football last year was South Pointe high school’s star defensive end Jadeveon Clowney. After a much anticipated decision amongst the college coaches around the country, Clowney decided to take his services to the University of South Carolina.
Clowney’s first college game was a 56-37 win against East Carolina. He finished the game with seven tackles, a pass breakup and a quarterback hurry.
The next game was a much better performance, collecting a pair of sacks in a huge SEC win against Georgia. One of those sacks included a forced fumble on Bulldogs quarterback Aaron Murray, which was recovered and returned for a 10-yard Gamecocks touchdown by lineman Melvin Ingram and finished last week’s game with three tackles and one quarterback hurry.
South Carolina will face Vanderbilt in their second SEC battle of the season. Look for Clowney pick it up and come away with a huge game this week.