South Carolina has two future skill players committed in the class of 2013, but several defensive prospects also play offense in high school. Below is a roundup of how they performed in this weekend's games.
... Quarterback Connor Mitch (Wakefield High/Raleigh, N.C.) was 38-of-62 passing for 643 yards, five touchdowns and three interceptions in a 76-34 playoff loss. Mitch finished the season with 63 touchdown passes.
... Defensive back Pharoh Cooper (Havelock/Havelock, N.C.), who plays quarterback in high school, was 11-for-16 passing with 127 yards and a touchdown and interception, ran the ball four times for 39 yards and a score and had an 82-yard punt return for a touchdown in a 46-0 playoff win.
... Linebacker Larenz Bryant (Vance/Charlotte, N.C.), had an 81-yard interception return for a score in 35-14 playoff loss. He also had 13 carries for 127 yards, with two fumbles. He finished the season with 1,723 rushing yards.
... Running back Jamari Smith (Fletcher/Neptune Beach, Fla.) had seven carries for 65 yards and three touchdowns in a 42-12 regular-season win.
... Defensive back Brendan Langley (Kell/Marietta, Ga.), who plays offense as well, threw a 52-yard touchdown pass, ran for 82 yards and a score, and had three catches for 72 yards in a 53-21 regular-season win.