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Name: Nick Muse (Transfer from William & Mary)
College: South Carolina     Number: 9
Height: 6-3   Weight: 250
Position: TE  Pos2: FB/LS
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2022

40 Low: 4.65
   40 Time: 4.73
  40 High: 4.80
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Weight: 250

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC...PMackey...2019: Announced transfer to South Carolina on June 22 '19. Announced transfer from William & Mary in Jan '19. 17-158-9.3-0 rec in 1 st, 8 gms, missed rest of season due to torn ACL vs Vanderbilt (Nov 2) in '19. Wore #86 in '18. 3rd team All-CAA w/30-453-15.1-1 rec in 7 gms in '18. Backup w/4-55-13.8-1 rec in 1 st, 6 gms in '17.

 Nick Muse, South Carolina, Player News

  06/14/21 - TE Nick MuserSr/2022, South Carolina, 6-3, 250 (DS#11 TE) + More +

  Alright, so maybe he isn't quite ready to take on Floyd Mayweather. But if Mayweather wants to get Nick Muse in the boxing ring for a few rounds, Muse figures he could at least get a few good jabs in. "I don't think I'd be very good at it as a career," South Carolina's fifth-year tight end deadpanned. "I'd like to play football as long as possible. Nah, it's something I do for good cardio. My brother got me into it." Muse recently visited older brother Tanner Muse, a Clemson alum who now plays linebacker for the Raiders, in Las Vegas. While there, he met one of the trainers for heavyweight bruiser Tyson Fury.

"He showed me a lot of great stuff that some of the big-time guys are doing. It got me to understand how hard that was and not to take it for granted," Muse said. "I bought a couple pairs of legit boxing gloves, got some wraps and a 75-pound aqua bag." He posted a video to Twitter of himself working the standard heavy bag and then the aqua bag (a round water-filled sack much bigger than a standard punching bag) in the basement of his North Carolina home. The Muse family already had a well-equipped weight room down there, something Muse got used to during last summer's COVID-19 quarantine, so adding some boxing equipment didn't take up too much space. - The Post and Courier


(DS#11 TE) rSr/2022 TE Nick MuseSouth Carolina
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  03/27/21 - TE Nick MuserSr/2022, South Carolina, 6-3, 250 (DS#11 TE) + More +

  Nick Muse has aspirations of joining his brother Tanner and playing in the NFL. But those dreams could wait a year, as the Gamecock tight end decided to come back for his "super senior" season at South Carolina - the NCAA granted all players an extra year of eligibility because of COVID-19, and so Muse had the option to return. Muse talked about that decision publicly for the first time Friday as USC offensive players met with the media. "I don't think I had the year that I wished to have last year," Muse said. "I started practicing seven months out of rehab when it is usually a nine or twelve months thing. I was limpy...I just wasn't myself." Muse, who transferred to USC from William & Mary back in 2019, was the team's second-leading receiver this past season with 30 catches for 425 yards and a touchdown. But he said he never got back to where he wanted to be after tearing his ACL late in the 2019 campaign. He wore a brace throughout the 2020 season and also wasn't used much on special teams, where he excels. - Rock Hill Herald

(DS#11 TE) rSr/2022 TE Nick MuseSouth Carolina
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  12/29/20 - TE Nick MuserSr/2022, South Carolina, 6-3, 250 (DS#11 TE) + More +

  Nothing's official yet, but South Carolina football's new tight ends coach certainly seems confident that the Gamecocks' top player at the position will return for another season. Erik Kimrey has been a part of new head coach Shane Beamer's staff for only a couple of days, but he's taken the time to speak with senior Nick Muse, who led the tight end unit in 2020 with 30 catches, 425 yards and a touchdown. And from that conversation, Kimrey said, he got a positive indication that Muse will be back. "Had a great conversation, and I feel confident that he's gonna be back next year," Kimrey said. "He's still working through some things in terms of talking to some people, but we had a wonderful conversation. He seems like a great guy and I look forward to him coming back and being a great leader on this team. We need him." - Rock Hill Herald

(DS#11 TE) rSr/2022 TE Nick MuseSouth Carolina
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  10/14/20 - TE Nick MuserSr/2022, South Carolina, 6-3, 250 (DS#11 TE) + More +

  Tight end Nick Muse caught his first target, dropped the second and caught the next four. Included was the day's key play, where after Vanderbilt notched its only TD to make it 17-7 in the third, Muse caught a 29-yard catch-and-run on third-and-6. He's had some drops, big drops this year, but the ability of the man is to keep getting open, and keep believing he'll catch the next one. - Rock Hill Herald

(DS#11 TE) rSr/2022 TE Nick MuseSouth Carolina
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  09/11/20 - TE Nick MuserSr/2022, South Carolina, 6-3, 250 (DS#11 TE) + More +

  2021 SENIOR BOWL WATCH LIST: Nick Muse, South Carolina,...Senor tight end who joined the Gamecocks at the start of fall camp in 2019 following a transfer from William & Mary...was not available in the spring while recovering from an ACL injury...if healthy, is the likely starter and figures to play a significant role in the offense in 2020. - South Carolina Football

(DS#11 TE) rSr/2022 TE Nick MuseSouth Carolina
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  07/25/20 - TE Nick MuserSr/2022, South Carolina, 6-3, 250 (DS#11 TE) + More +

  2020 JOHN MACKEY AWARD PRESEASON WATCH LIST: Nick Muse, South Carolina,...Muse, a 6-4, 250-pound senior tight end is in his second year with the Gamecocks after transferring from William & Mary. In his first season at Carolina, he hauled in 17 passes for 158 yards in eight games before suffering an ACL injury. - South Carolina Football

(DS#11 TE) rSr/2022 TE Nick MuseSouth Carolina
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  09/06/19 - TE Nick MuserSr/2022, South Carolina, 6-3, 250 (DS#11 TE) + More +

  South Carolina transfer tight end Nick Muse's eligibility waiver was granted by the NCAA on Friday, clearing him to play this season for the Gamecocks. Muse's father Tweeted out the news on social media and the school confirmed Muse's status. Muse is a 6-foot-3, 232-pound junior who played the past two seasons at William & Mary. He picked the Gamecocks over LSU and other schools when he decided to leave the Tribe.

Muse is the brother of Clemson starting safety Tanner Muse. The Gamecocks were hoping the NCAA would approve Muse playing right away because it has lost a pair of experienced tight ends in the past month. Expected starter Kiel Pollard gave up football when a cyst was discovered on his spine. Backup Evan Hinson left the program to play basketball at another school. - AP College Football


(DS#11 TE) rSr/2022 TE Nick MuseSouth Carolina
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  06/23/19 - TE Nick MuserSr/2022, South Carolina, 6-3, 250 (DS#11 TE) + More +

  When transfer tight end Nick Muse picked South Carolina football as his transfer destination, he added a little something to the family dynamic. Siblings on opposite sides of one of college football's fiercest rivalries. Nick's brother Tanner is an All-ACC safety for Clemson. He's entering his fifth year on campus and his third year starting. And if the NCAA allows, the 2019 regular season could end with Muse covering Muse in Williams-Brice Stadium.

"It's exciting, Nick Muse said. "Hopefully I'll be eligible this year. We've got to do the waiver to get me eligible. But it's exciting man. You always dream of playing big-time ball on Saturdays or Sundays with your brother. Playing against him is just about the same thing." - The State


(DS#11 TE) rSr/2022 TE Nick MuseSouth Carolina
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