South Carolina’s recruiting class is as complete as it will get this year.
Freshman spur Mohamed Camara, unable to report to USC over the summer due to one final high-school grade, passed his last remaining hurdle and will be with the Gamecocks on Saturday, a source close to the team confirmed on Friday evening. Camara will have to go through the normal practice routine that every player does – two days in shorts, two days in shells, then full pads – but will be able to join the rest of the Gamecocks in full pads within a week.
Camara said that he was cleared and would be at USC on Saturday in a text message.
USC is set to scrimmage at 4 p.m. on Saturday. It is closed to the public. Camara is expected to be there but will not participate due to not being able to fully dress yet.
Camara has been listed on the preseason roster since camp began, despite not being allowed to report. He has been assigned No. 32.
At spur, Camara will be behind junior Sharrod Golightly and redshirt freshmen Jordan Diggs and Kyle Fleetwood.
With Camara safely in the fold, USC only lost Devan’te Covington from the 2013 recruiting class. Covington may enroll at USC in January, according to what coach Steve Spurrier said at his preseason golf event.
Dwayne McLemore contributed to this report.
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