Graham, Christian LeMay's recruiter of record, and Mangus will team up to recruit the nation's No. 2 QB according to Scout.com.
Of course, head coach Steve Spurrier will always be involved in the recruitment of his quarterbacks and the LeMay family has a previous relationship with Spurrier.
"[He] had a great time," LeMay said. "It was good to see Coach Spurrier again. [I] have not seen him since the old Florida days. (Director of Football Operations) Jamie Speronis used to live in our neighborhood until coach Spurrier took the NFL job. [It was a] blast from the past."
They also enjoyed their time experiencing the South Carolina fans first hand.
"Also got a chance to experience the SC basketball environment at the Tennessee game," LeMay said.
So where do the Gamecocks stand with the top quarterback? Christian LeMay had a previous top 10 of Florida, Alabama, Clemson, Georgia, Oklahoma, Miami, Mississippi State, Virginia Tech, Florida State and North Carolina, and that group still stands, but Stacy LeMay says that doesn't mean the Gamecocks are out of the running.
"Top 10 was based on current offers at that time," he said. "All new offers will be given the same evaluation as the top ten and placed according to what they offer and being the right fit for Christian."
Christian LeMay, who threw for 3,196 yards, 44 touchdowns to only two interceptions this past season, will narrow his list of schools down to five in May. While he is a passer first, LeMay also possessed the speed to run the zone-read wrinkles Mangus hopes to add to the offense and runs a 4.64 forty-yard dash.
LeMay led Butler to a 15-0 record and a Class 4-AA North Carolina High School Athletic Association title.
"LeMay is a quarterback with a lot of savvy in the pocket," says Scout.com Southeast Recruiting Analyst Chad Simmons. "He is a natural leader, he stays calm under pressure, and when given time he will pick defenses apart. He has great arm strength, he throws a beautiful deep ball, and he has the athleticism to escape pressure and get outside of the pocket. He needs to continue to improve his pocket awareness and to not let his hands drop when he has to read his progressions."