Former Blythewood cornerback Khris Pam has accepted a preferred walk-on offer from South Carolina.
Pam began his college career at Presbyterian but spent this year at Georgia Military College. He graduated from GMC this winter and will enroll at USC this summer.
Pam has three years of eligibility left.
“It means a lot,” Pam said. “Finally somebody giving me the opportunity to continue my career to play and especially to do in my home state. I know I can come in and bring fire to the secondary.”
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Pam made an unofficial visit to USC in April. He also considered Temple and Samford.
Pam, 6-foot, 180 pounds, appeared in eight games this season for GMC, had 11 tackles one interception and three pass break-ups. He was a teammate of Gamecock signee Jabari Ellis at GMC.
As a senior at Blythewood, Pam had 72 tackles, eight for loss, an interception and eight pass break-ups. He played in the Touchstone Cooperatives North South All-Star Game and Blue-Grey All-Star football game.