South Aiken quarterback Bo Baldwin will be at USC's camp Friday and will literally be working out for an offer.
The Gamecocks' interest in Baldwin perked up following his performance at a seven-on-seven event hosted by USC, and he was invited back for the Black Magic camp for a chance to further impress Steve Spurrier and G.A. Mangus.
And he hopes to take advantage of the opportunity.
"I think there will be a decision on whether they will offer or not offer or greyshirt. I think something's going to be decided Friday," said South Aiken coach Jeremy West. "They seem pretty interested and we're hearing from other people in the state that they are pretty interested. I hope it all works out."
South Aiken junior DE Rasool Clemmons will also work out at Black Magic. USC has not yet offered. Clemmons camped at Florida State last week and has offers from FSU, Clemson and Virginia.