Which Ex-Gamecock Will Have Best Rookie Season in NFL?

May 19, 2012 5:13 PM0 commentsViews: 31

South Carolina Football: Player Who Will Have the Best Rookie NFL Season in 2012 

(Bleacher Report)

South Carolina made its presence known during the 2012 NFL Draft.

Six Gamecocks heard their names called in the seven-round NFL draft and will look to make a big impression during their rookie seasons in the NFL. South Carolina tied for third-most draft picks by one college, following behind Alabama with eight and Oklahoma and Georgia with seven.

A few other players signed as undrafted free agents as well.

This goes to show that the talent level at USC has tremendously increased in recent years. Let’s take a look at each draft pick South Carolina had and find out who was put in the best position to succeed in their 2012 rookie NFL season.



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