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Name: Adam Prentice (Transfer from Colorado State)
College: South Carolina     Number: 46
Height: 5-11   Weight: 245
Position: FB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2021

40 Low: 4.65
   40 Time: 4.76
  40 High: 4.86
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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: Transfer from Colorado State...2019: PWuerffel

 Adam Prentice, South Carolina, Player News


  He isn't anywhere near the front of the line when it comes to being a South Carolina football legend before he ever plays a down. Every year's recruiting class by itself brings a new phalanx of starry-eyed fans swearing that this guy will be the one to finally take the Gamecocks to the promised land. But something about Adam Prentice feels different. He's 23 with a degree in civil engineering. At six feet and 245 pounds, calves that look like shot puts implanted in the backs of his legs, he resembles a walking barbell. It's hard to imagine somebody with just 18 rushes for 65 yards, 18 catches for 115 yards and one touchdown in five seasons as the key to the Gamecocks' offense. Yet hear him talk about his role. Hear his coaches talk about it.

"A guy like Prentice was a guy that was a little bit more than a sixth lineman," said offensive coordinator Mike Bobo, Prentice's head coach at Colorado State and a large reason why Prentice chose USC for his final season. "He could do a lot of stuff, he could play wing for us, he could insert, he could catch the ball. "Your 'move guy' is what we would call him," USC head coach Will Muschamp said, alluding to Prentice's ability at fullback and tight end. "But obviously he's going to contribute a lot on special teams as well." Prentice paused to consider the question during spring practice. "Fifty-fifty fullback and running back," he answered. "More tight end/wing, gut position and fullback. Kind of just depends." That versatility is part of what's made Prentice the player to watch when football returns. He may not tote the ball a lot, may not reach the end zone like the two players he is already being compared to, USC-to-NFL stars Patrick DiMarco and Hayden Hurst. - Rock Hill Herald


(DS#8 FB) rSr/2021 FB Adam PrenticeSouth Carolina
News Source: Rock Hill Herald
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  2019 PRESEASON WUERFFEL TROPHY WATCH LIST: Adam Prentice, Colorado State, Junior, RB,...Prentice, a civil engineering major, has left a mark aside from his impact on the field for the Rams. He takes part in elementary school visits in Fort Collins as part of the Reading with the Rams initiative, as well as when groups of students visit the campus to spend time with athletes. He has assisted in running events at a local elementary school carnival, interacting with students all evening, and helps coach youth football. A message he consistently delivers to them is the importance of education. For the past two years, he has been involved with a Night To Shine, a prom-like event for students with special needs sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation, serving as a companion for a guest. - Colorado State Football

(DS#8 FB) rSr/2021 FB Adam PrenticeSouth Carolina
News Source: Colorado State Football
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