Gaffney wide receiver Quinshad Davis - averaging 137 yards per game - has been a major reason the Indians are undefeated and ranked No. 1 in the state.
That has caught the attention of USC and Clemson. Both looked past Davis during the summer commitment binge.
And for his part, Davis was not going to be rushed into a decision.
But Gaffney coach Dan Jones said Sunday the Tigers and Gamecocks have rekindled interest in Davis, who attended Clemson's game with Florida State on Saturday.
"Clemson was at our Byrnes game and knows somebody better sign him and not let him get out of the state of South Carolina," Jones said. "I'm hearing the same thing out of Columbia."
A receiver spot is about to open up at Clemson with the expected transfer of Bryce McNeal. However, Jones does not expect Davis to change his thinking with the renewed interest from the locals.
"I don't think he's necessarily a Gamecock or a Tiger," he said. "Wake Forest came in Tuesday and they want him really bad. He's going to go up with his mom for a game there. But right now he's concentrating on his senior season and he thinks things will work out in the end."