Checking In: Bryce King

Gamecock offensive line commitment Bryce King checks in with Gamecock Anthem to provide an update on his season and thoughts on USC, including his most recent visit to Williams-Brice Stadium.

South Carolina was able to secure a commitment from three-star prospect Bryce King back in April when he pledged to the Gamecocks. He's another offensive lineman that's expected to help take USC to the next level.

King is one of four current offensive line commitments for South Carolina, including Dillon High School teammate D.J. Park.

Currently, Dillon High School is 6-1 on the season with a recent 54-6 victory over Mullins.

"The season is going good," according to King.

While Dillon is having success on the field, King is still getting interest off the field even though he's committed to South Carolina.

"Yeah, there are a couple that still send me letters." King didn't elaborate on what schools still were showing interst but he did choose the Gamecocks over offers from schools like Clemson, LSU, UNC, Tennessee and Virginia Tech.

The Gamecocks won out for King's services in the end partly because of a feeling when King has when he's at South Carolina.

"When I'm at USC, I feel like I'm at home."

The hometown feeling helped King choose the Gamecocks but so did his relationship with the coaching staff.

"My relationship with the coaching staff is great! Coach Elliott and I have gotten real close."

King recently attended the South Carolina game against Georgia this past weekend and witnessed one of the best environments ever at Williams-Brice. The Gamecocks defeated Georgia 35-7 on national television and King certainly noticed the atmosphere that night.

"It was awesome! The environment was better than any other environment I've ever been in."

South Carolina is in the midst of what could be a special season. Players like Bryce King certainly bring a lot to the table once they make it on campus. King isn't exactly sure what he brings to the table for the Gamecocks but he does have a few things in mind when he finally makes it to Columbia.

"I'm not sure what I will bring. Hopefully I'll help the offense score touchdowns and win games."

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