The Gamecock nation has rallied around incoming freshman offensive lineman Quintin Richardson, who was stabbed and/or cut seven times when he was attacked by a former high school classmate early Sunday morning. GamecockAnthem spoke with his mother, Quinda Richardson-Watson from his hospital room. Read inside for an update on Quintin's progress and what has sustained him and his family.
June 25, 2007
Quintin Richardson, one of the highest profile signees in USC's consensus Top 10 recruiting class, received six non-life-threatening stab wounds Saturday night from a jealous former high school classmate. Read inside for the exclusive details we have received in this breaking story.
June 24, 2007
Spring Valley (Columbia, SC) 4-star offensive lineman Quintin Richardson was South Carolina's very first commitment in the 2007 recruiting class back in April, and he has since played an instrumental role in helping the Gamecocks land what is arguably the best recruiting class in their history.
February 6, 2007
Spring Valley (Columbia, SC) 4-star offensive lineman Quintin Richardson worked his way through an unfortunate knee injury for much of his senior season, and as a result, he did not get selected to play in the annual Shrine Bowl. However, he is making the most of it by enjoying his time this week at the North - South game in sunny Myrtle Beach, SC. Read inside for full story.
December 8, 2006
Gamecock commitment Quintin Richardson has been invited to play in the Inaugural Offense-Defense All-American Bowl Game in Fort Lauderdale, FL on January 4, 2007. Richardson is an offensive lineman from Spring Valley High School in Columbia, SC, and has received a 4-Star ranking by Scout.com, acknowledging him as one of the top 50 offensive lineman in the country.
October 10, 2006