Woodly Telfort, Eric Young, and David Overmyer. These are three names that the Tigers have seemingly been in good shape with for quite some time.
Today, the day before signing day, things don't look quite as optimistic.
Based on reports that have trickled in to CUTigers.com throughout the day, it appears as though the chances of landing any of these three prospects are fading fast.
It was reported earlier here on CUTigers.com that Eric Young appears to be leaning towards either North or South Carolina. That seems to be true now more than ever, with the possibility of Young headed to Columbia looking stronger and stronger.
GoUpstate.com reported earlier today that Woodly Telfort may in fact have committed to the Gamecocks two weeks ago, only days after making his decision to go with the Tigers.
Telfort has been unavailable for comment for quite some time, so it is unclear if that is actually the case or not. However, sources close to Dodge City Community College confirmed last night that the Gamecocks were making a strong push for his services.
Overmyer has also been keeping his decision quiet, but multiple sources earlier today indicated that one of Georgia's top linemen is favoring South Carolina headed into signing day.
Eric Young's decision may or may not have impact on Overmyer at this point in the game.
More details will become available here on CUTigers.com on these developing stories as we receive them throughout the day.
Good bye to Telfort, Young, & Overmyer?
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