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  With defensive backs Israel Mukuamu and Cam Smith sidelined, Horn and fellow cornerback John Dixon played all 83 snaps. Dixon saw plenty of action, too, against Anthony Schwartz; Auburn's fastest receiver caught 6 passes for 59 yards. But Williams is the designated "go-to" guy, a 6-3 junior who caught 59 passes last season. Muschamp and defensive coordinator Travaris Robinson knew just what was coming from offensive coordinator Chad Morris, the former Arkansas head coach and Clemson play-caller. "When T-Rob gave me the task of following (Williams), I kind of felt that I would have opportunities to make plays on the ball," Horn said.

Horn had four pass breakups to go with his pair of interceptions. He watched Nix give Williams hand signals before the snap. He guarded against deep balls and forced throws underneath. "That's a bad man," South Carolina quarterback Collin Hill said. "I hate going against him." Williams caught four passes for 74 yards. It ruined a Palmetto State homecoming for the Nix family. Auburn sophomore quarterback Bo Nix lived in the Lowcountry from age 10-12 when his father, former Auburn quarterback Patrick Nix, was a Charleston Southern assistant coach on Jay Mills' staff. - Rock Hill Herald

(DS#4 CB) Jr/2021 CB *Jaycee HornSouth Carolina
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