Recruiting gurus have laid the charges on South Carolina quarterback commit Dakereon Joyner: more athlete than passer, raw, needs work on the finer points of his position.
As part of working on them, he looked to a former Gamecocks passer.
Ex-USC quarteback Perry Orth started a quarterback training business called QB1 Athletics this offseason, and Sunday he tweeted photos and videos of Joyner working with him.
Orth worked his way from walk-on to starting quarterback. He started 11 games in his career, throwing for 2,595 yards with 12 touchdowns.
Joyner was the Gatorade Player of the Year last season and led Fort Dorchester to a 15-0 state championship season in 2015. He’s a four-star prospect, ranked the No. 4 player in the state and 223rd-best player nationally by 247Sports.