Alabama athlete Kamron Sandlin commits to South Carolina
Kamron Sandlin became South Carolina’s 8th commitment for the class of 2023 on Saturday.
The 6-foot-4, 220-pound prospect isn’t currently ranked by 247Sports Composite Rankings; however, he will be soon. The Anniston, Alabama, native committed to the Gamecocks over offers from Kentucky and Mississippi State, among others.
Sandlin made his commitment known via Twitter.
I Used To Pray For Times Like This So I Had To Grind Like That To Shine Like This #COMMITTED @CoachSBeamer @WrightJody @Coach_Satt @TheBigSpur247 @HaleMcGranahan @BulldogFball @WesMitchellGC @GamecockCentral @jhill_cocky @TaylorLEdwards @NathanEllis_SC @DexPreps @GrindLab pic.twitter.com/Vxnj8WwCCo
— Kamron Sandlin (@kamron_sandlin) June 18, 2022
Sandlin plays quarterback for his high school team; however, he’s slated to play tight end for the Gamecocks. South Carolina offered Sandlin a scholarship in May, and he wasted little time.
Sandlin is ranked as a 3-star quarterback by Rivals.com, and he becomes the Gamecocks second tight end commitment for the recruiting class, joining 3-star Jacksonville native Connor Cox. He will certainly be a big body that Shane Beamer and company can count on on as a pass catcher.
You can watch Sandlin’s high school highlights below: