Chris Brown, the talented two-sport star from Hanahan High School, signed his national letter of intent with Notre Dame at 7:30 a.m. today.
Brown, one of the best track and field stars in the country, missed a good portion of his senior football season with an injury but still managed to catch 33 passes for 532 yards and 12 touchdowns. He had a combined 10 kick and punt returns for a 25-yard average.
The 6-2 senior runs the 40-yard dash in 4.4 seconds and is the No. 11 player in the state, according to Rivals.
Rivals lists him as the No. 81 wide receiver in the country.
Goose Creek players sign
Division II-AAAA state champions Goose Creek standouts T.J. Burrell and Virgil Smalls signed national letters of intent at an 8 a.m. ceremony today in the school auditorium.
Burrell, a Shrine Bowl selection, signed with Clemson. Smalls, The Post and Courier's player of the year, signed with South Carolina State.
Burrell recorded 105 tackles his senior year, including 12 for a loss and three sacks.
He is one of 20 players who are expected to sign with the Tigers today.
Clemson's recruiting class is No. 9 in the country according to Rivals.
Smalls scored 40 touchdowns his senior season, which is third best in state history. He had 1,279 yards rushing as a senior and 3,772 for his career.
A third Gator, quarterback Jaquan Marsh, signed with Brevard College.
Six Timberland players signed
Division I-AA state champion Timberland had six players sign football scholarships in a 9 a.m. ceremony at the school.
Shrine Bowl pick Daquan Lucas signed with Miami of Ohio, while defensive back Lee Mayes and lineman Bobby McNeil signed with Newberry.
Running back Classe Thompson signed with North Greenville.
James Middleton signed with UNC-Charlotte and Mike Wilson signed with South Carolina State University.
Fort Dorchester signees
Fort Dorchester had nine student-athletes sign scholarships at an 11:15 a.m. ceremony.
Quarterback Ethan Long signed with East Carolina University. The 6-4 senior passed for 2,712 yards and 29 touchdowns, completing 215 of 370 attempts.
Wide receiver Devron Glenn signed with Presbyterian, offensive tackle Chris Robert Coleman signed with Jacksonville State and wide receiver Chris Rouse signed with Newberry.
Soccer standouts Wes Eads and Devin L'Amoreaux signed with the University of South Carolina, while Connor Bauknight signed with Wofford.
The Patriots also had two girls who earned soccer scholarships. Taylor Simmons signed with USC Aiken, and Rachel Nobbs will play at Lees-McRae College in Banner Elk, N.C.
Wando defensive end Gimel President signed to play for the Auburn Tigers in a ceremony that was held in Austin, Texas.
He was selected to play for the 2012 U.S.19-U National Team in tonight's third annual International Bowl, formerly Team USA vs. The World. The game will be played at The Palace at Round Rock in Austin.
President was named to the Parade All-American team and was a two-time first-team All-Lowcountry selection.
President, who committed to Auburn prior to his senior season, was selected to play in the Shrine Bowl after recording 91 tackles, including a team-high 59 solo stops. He had 24 tackles for a loss, five sacks, recovered three fumbles and forced three fumbles.
Wando offensive tackle Tyler Stasky and quarterback Josh Walker signed with Newberry.
More signings will be updated throughout the day
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