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South Carolina freshman linebacker Jalen Dread announced this week that he will be transferring out of the program.

He went public with his announcement via Twitter:


He is the fifth Gamecock to transfer in Will Muschamp's first season as head coach.

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Crack in the cornerstones. Will Muschamp will load that team with talent for the next guy who takes over in 2 more seasons.
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Who was this guy?
Reply9 days
Didn't know much about Dread: he was red-shirted last season I believe, and wasn't recruited heavily so when he committed to USC to begin with, a lot of peeps went, "who is that?" The transfer of LB Sherrod Pittman was bigger IMO. I was looking forward to him becoming a contributor next season. We'll be fine with the starting unit with Moore and Allen-Williams leading the way, but the depth after them becomes more of a question mark....
Reply10 days
Cash me on another side
Reply11 days
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