One to watch

Samuel Denmark, who finished second in the state AAA 100-meter, is starting to gain some traction on the recruiting trail.

WR Samuel Denmark Profile

With a time of 10.92, Denmark finished second to Lower Richland's Jaylen Bacon, who will attend Arkansas State in the fall on a track scholarship.

Denmark is hoping to get the attention of college recruiters for his work on the football field. The sophomore wide receiver from Hanahan High School has seen coaches from Georgia Tech, Notre Dame and Duke stop by the school this month.

Clemson running backs coach Tony Elliott has also visited Hanahan during the evaluation period. He and Denmark spoke afterwards.

"I got to talk to him for a little bit. He spoke to me last year. He just came to check on me, to see how I was doing. He said he was going to keep watching, keep looking at me," Denmark told CUTigers.

The 6-foot, 175-pound prospect will camp at Clemson next month.

"I haven't really seen the campus yet, but watching them play, I like the receiver sets," Denmark said. "They've got good receivers and I like the coaching staff, it seems like they know what they're doing."

Still looking to pick up his first offer, Denmark hopes to hear more from South Carolina and Georgia.

"I'm going to go to South Carolina. I'm just going to travel to South Carolina and Clemson this summer," he said.

As a sophomore, Denmark caught 40 passes for 912 yards. Top Stories