South Carolina continues to gain momentum on the recruiting trail with the latest news coming from in-state defensive back O’Donnell Fortune, who just became the ninth recruit to commit to the Gamecocks in the 2020 recruiting cycle.

The Sumter High School prospect has flown under the radar so far during the 2020 recruiting cycle but he’s obviously shown enough to have Will Muschamp and his coaching staff extend an offer to the 6-foot-2 cornerback. In addition to landing an offer from the Gamecocks, Virginia, Colorado and UCF have all offered the Sumter native, in addition to Hugh Freeze’s Liberty program.

Muschamp confirmed the news with his trademark “Spurs Up!” message on Twitter. Fortune announced the news after Muschamp posted his “Spurs Up!” message to Gamecock Nation:

“First off, I would like to thank the man above for all that he’s done for me and the abilities I have today. I also want to thank all the coaches that help me become the player I am today. Last but not least, I will like to thank my parents, siblings, family and friends for being there through this entire journey without y’all, none of this will be happening, with that being said, I will be continuing my academic and athletic career at the University of South Carolina #SpursUp”

Following this news, the Gamecocks now hold nine commitments in the team’s latest recruiting class. Here is an updated look of each pledge Muschamp’s program currently holds:

South Carolina’s 2020 Recruiting Class

Player
Position & Rank
Stars
State
MarShawn Lloyd
#6 running back
4-star
Maryland
Luke Doty
#3 dual-threat QB
4-star
South Carolina
Issiah Walker Jr.
#14 offensive tackle
4-star
Florida
Mike Wyman
#29 receiver
4-star
North Carolina
Mohamed Kaba
#17 outside linebacker
4-star
North Carolina
Tyshawn Wannamaker
#15 offensive guard
3-star
South Carolina
Da’Qon Stewart
#77 receiver
3-star
North Carolina
O’Donnell Fortune
NR cornerback
NR
South Carolina

Check out Fortune’s junior season highlight reel with Sumter High School to get an idea of what he could bring to Muschamp’s defense in Columbia: