South Carolina wide receiver Ace Sanders will return for his senior year.
This season the 5-foot-8, 175-pounder caught 45 passes for 531-yards and nine touchdowns.
In South Carolina's 33-28 win over Michigan in the Outback Bowl, Sanders scored three touchdowns, two on receptions and one on a punt return, and was named the Outback Bowl MVP.
After his MVP performance, it was speculated that Sanders might enter his name into the NFL Draft.
The deadline to enter the draft is January 15.
On Monday night, Sanders posted a picture of himself to his Instagram account with the words, "1 More Year!"
Gamecocks get their Ace back
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