South Carolina Football: How To Watch National Signing Day

The South Carolina football program will wrap up its 2022 recruiting class on Wednesday during the National Signing Day ceremonies.

In December, the Gamecocks were able to secure a top 25 class, while also bringing in a group of notable transfers. In all, the class provides the program with the most decorated QB haul in school history.

This cycle should provide the team with a number of instant contributors. South Carolina’s transfer class is ranked No. 5 in the nation according to 24/7 Sports, headlined by Heisman trophy candidate Spencer Rattler. It also boasts immediate impact players at tight end, running back, wideout, and defensive line.

In the high school class, South Carolina could see players like Keenan Nelson and Anthony Rose jump right into the secondary rotation. Stone Blanton and Landon Sampson have also seen their stock rise since signing with the Gamecocks.

South Carolina currently has one unsigned commitment in the class. That is ATH DeQuandre Smith, who hails from Spring Valley High School right down the road in Columbia.

Does the coaching staff have a trick or two up their sleeve as they look to close out the class?

How To Watch South Carolina Football On National Signing Day

The Gamecocks class is currently ranked No. 25 nationally by On3 Recruiting, No. 24 by 24/7 Sports, No. 23 by Rivals, and No. 16 by ESPN.

Shane Beamer’s first full cycle has been impressive as he’s been able to build upon a surprising 2021 campaign.

There are a few ways to watch NSD through different media outlets.

ESPN will be showing its coverage from 4 PM to 5 PM on ESPN2. Both the SEC and ACC Networks will focus on individual conference rankings and results throughout the day.

Rivals has released its National Signing Day Guide, detailing specific times of uncommitted prospects planning to make their announcements.

CBS and 24/7 Sports have done the same.

Tune in to each of these networks to keep track of tomorrow’s signees. We’ll be sure to keep you up to date on any surprises the South Carolina might land.