Running back from Byrnes.
This is from Kornblut:
The Byrnes offense continues to roll up big numbers (76 Friday night against Mauldin) and roll out offensive prospects. The newest to emerge, according to assistant coach Freddie Brown, is junior RB Isaiah Hill (6-2 210) who has 949 total yards rushing and receiving with 14 touchdowns this season. "He has a tremendous skill set and has matured into a D-1 prospect," said Brown, the former head coach at Spartanburg and running backs coach at Wofford. "He runs extremely well and has tremendous ball skills, an SEC skill set." Brown said North Carolina is showing strong interest in Hill and he will visit there Saturday. He's also getting interest from USC and plans to be at the Gamecocks' next home game next Saturday. Alabama, Arkansas, Texas and Wake Forest also have shown interest. Brown added that junior WR Tavin Richardson (6-4 210) just picked up an invitation to the Under Armour All American Combine. This season he has 43 catches for 659 yards and 5 scores. Richardson holds offers from Arkansas, Louisville, Maryland, Boston College, Illinois, Miami and Pittsburgh. Brown also said junior DB Lyrics Klugh (5-11 165) is also emerging as a prospect. "He's very fast and is a great ball skill guy," Brown said. 'He's a tremendous athlete." Klugh plays corner and safety and returns kicks. This season he has 19 tackles, 2 fumble recoveries and is averaging 30 yards per kick return. And Brown said sophomore WR Chavis Dawkins (6-8 180) is another young, emerging major prospect on the team.
It looks like we have some interest.
The 6-8 receiver sounds interesting for 2016, but that's a long way away.