Their signatures spawn a veritable holiday for recruitniks, henceforth turning a billable workday into an eight hour spree of pecking the refresh button at one's favorite school Web site. In little more than a week, senior high school football players around the country will make their college choices concrete by signing national letters of intent, giving fans a hint of who and what's to come for their team for perhaps the next half decade. With the Feb. 1 national signing day around the corner, the Herald Journal presents its Fab 50 college prospects from the ranks of South Carolina's high schools. Name Pos. Ht./Wt. High school 1. Ricky Sapp DE 6 4, 225 Bamberg EhrhardtComment: Excellent pass rusher. Quick. Long arms. Has growth potential namely, a frame that can easily add the 20+pounds necessary to play college defensive end. Will remind some of former USC star John Abraham, a dual end/outside linebacker type. Should fit well at Clemson's bandit spot, which produced two standout NFL pass rushers in Osi Umenyiora and Demarcus Ware under first year Tigers coordinator Vic Koenning. Probably too slim to contribute early but theoretically could spell Gaines Adams as a freshman. 2. Garrett Anderson OL 6 4, 270 Dutch Fork College: USC commitment Comment: Good footwork and runs well, but strength is his strength. Clearly the best lineman in the state. Sky's the limit, perhaps literally. Was moved up a grade in elementary school because he was bigger than everyone else and doing well in class. And his dad is at least 6 6, further increasing the odds he'll grow even taller. Left tackle is his natural position (he's even left handed) and could use a redshirt year, although USC's slim O line ranks may prevent that luxury. 3. Byron Maxwell CB 6 1, 185 Fort DorchesterComment: Rated a consensus preseason top 5 in state prospect before tearing his anterior cruciate ligament playing basketball. Committed shortly thereafter. Before injury, showed top notch recovery speed. Has the rare size and athleticism recruiters covet at corner with today's taller receivers. Hip flexibility makes or breaks a corner, and he has it. Aggressiveness in run support a plus as well. Could improve his hands. 4. Dekoda Watson OLB 6 2, 210 South Aiken College: Florida State, USC, Virginia Tech, Tennessee Comment: Stock exploded after Shrine Bowl week. Until a month ago, only North Carolina and Kentucky had offered. Doesn't hurt that it's a seller's market this late in the recruiting game, either. An undersized defensive end in high school, demonstrated fluid ability to move in space instead of just blowing past offensive linemen from a three point stance. Strong for his size, too. Then showed he could be productive as well by leading Shrine Bowl in tackles. Florida State, his childhood favorite, is considered the team to beat. 5. Prince Miller CB 5 9, 185 ByrnesComment: Lack of size will always be the first thing that catches your eye. But his ability to compensate for it should inevitably be the second. Quick. Shut down his side of the field throughout prep career, and North Carolina threw only one pass his way in Shrine Bowl. Physical. Superb at jamming receivers at line of scrimmage, and no one's outrun him from there. Technique and leaping ability have enabled him to limit effectiveness of opponents lobbing the jump ball in his direction. Also a valuable commodity as a kick returner and an option on offense if need be. 6. State Comment: Sherlock Holmes is needed for this case. Hasn't taken any official visits, usually a sign academics are a concern because schools must be given a transcript before a visit (yet he keeps claiming grades are not an issue). NFL size and pedigree built lots of early hype, which waned during a mediocre season. But flashed surprising movement during all star games after moved to defensive end at both. Could wind up at Division I A, I AA, prep school or junior college, no one knows. 7. Jamal Medlin OL 6 6, 300 Orangeburg WilkinsonComment: Another Shrine Bowl riser. When Maryland offers a lineman, others take notice. Plus non projects are few and far between. Was more than a big body. Held his own with quicker defensive linemen. 8. Mauricus Brown WR 6 0, 170 Westside College: USC commitment Comment: Called Moe or Mo, depending on whose spelling you use. Gamecocks nabbed him at their summer camp because he can run. Tennessee tried a late push, to no avail. He's all arms and legs, as the saying goes. Good acceleration. Glides. Sporadic in that goes through spells where makes series of difficult catches, then has stretches where average high school players physically knock him around and off his game. 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