Saturday, Pippens took in his first junior day and Monday he picked up his first college scholarship.
On the visit, Pippens dropped his highlight video and transcript off with defensive coordinator Lorenzo Ward. It didn't take long for Ward to respond.
"Coach Ward called my coach this morning and offered me," Pippens said. "He said the offer is in the mail. I am very excited about the offer and looking forward to talking to Coach Ward about how they can use me."
Pippens is looking forward to learning more about the South Carolina program.
"They seem to have a great football program and academic support," he said.
He also says he wants to see what else is out there before making a decision.
"Since this is my first offer I do want to see if get any other offers," he says. "I will not draw out the offers. I will commit once I decide where I want to be for four years playing football and getting my degree."
Pippens doesn't claim a leader, but it is believed that Georgia, Georgia Tech, Alabama and South Carolina are the teams to beat for the athletic prospect.
"Right now I only have one offer so I need to see if any more are going to come," he says.
Pippens plays cornerback in high school, and while he could play the position in college, he is likely a free safety.