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  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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