Chris sits down with Gamecocks 4 star wide receiver commit Michael Wyman in the first of a weekly Q&A series.
Q: Talk about the recruiting process. What have been the best and worst parts for you specifically?
MW: “The recruiting process has been a blessing. I am beyond grateful for the opportunities that God has put in place for me and overwhelmed with great supporters.”
Q: Coming out of the state of North Carolina, how familiar were you with South Carolina football coming up?
MW: “My interest has for the most part been with the SEC division of football.”
Q: What went into your decision of committing to South Carolina?
MW: “The academic and football opportunities South Carolina offers played a major role in my decision to commit to SC.”
Q: You’re a very active guy on social media and promote a lot of positive messages about USC. Do you feel like that’s something that is important to you, being an ambassador for Carolina on social media?
MW: “I feel it important for other recruits and their families to see the great opportunities SC has to offer. I am grateful to receive the blessings and support so I show my gratitude through social media.”
Q: Talk about your relationship with the coaching staff. What did they say their plans are for you once you step on campus?
MW: “My mom, family and myself have developed a great relationship with the coaches and staff. I am appreciative of the welcoming from the supporters, fans, coaches and staff have shown me and my family”
Q: Obviously, the Gamecocks are loaded at the QB position for the forseeable future. What’s your relationship like with Jake Bentley, Dakereon Joyner, Ryan Hilinski, Luke Doty, etc. and how excited are you to have one of those guys throwing you the ball?
MW: “SC has great QB’s. I am excited to be apart of their program.”
Q: What would you say is your biggest strength as a wide receiver?
MW: “My biggest strength as a wide receiver is my height, weight, routes, separation, agility, strength, body control, speed, field vision, hand & eye coordination.”
Q: On the contrary, what would you say is the biggest thing you’re looking to improve on when you make the jump to the college level?
MW: “I am excited to learn and advance with the team, coaches and staff.”
Q: What are you looking forward to most about being a Gamecock?
MW: “I am looking forward to getting a higher education, the excitement of the fans, bonding with the team and staff.”