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Former South Carolina All-American running back Marcus Lattimore leads the South Carolina Sports Hall of Fame’s Class of 2024, an honor that will be recognized Monday night at the Hall of Fame’s induction banquet. Lattimore, one of the Gamecocks’ all-time greats in any sport, will not be attending the banquet, but posted a message on his Instagram over the weekend thanking those who helped him reach this step. did.

“Thank you, South Carolina,” Lattimore said. “I am honored to be a member of the South Carolina State Class of 2024 Hall of Fame. There is no greater achievement that a little country boy from South Carolina could imagine in athletes. Unfortunately, I do not attend. My mother accepts the price on behalf of me, but I would like to thank the fairy teammates.

“I would like to thank the coach staff during this period. It was a wonderful trip and left many memories. And I have a poem on the way. Thanks guys. I love you all. I will see you soon “.

According to him, over the years that have passed after the end of his match days, Lattimer found a love of poetry, and his last work is made up of itself.

“This is the name of Samadhi, and it is a small ode to one of my fairy teammates who really instilled this reflection for this time, and its name is D.J. Square,” said Lattimore. “He has made us violent. I wouldn’t be a glorious room without his influence and many other leaders on this team.”

This year, Clement University Degrover University, North Carolina University, York Grand School, Grand Elephant in McConnel, former exceptional NBA, and Tigpen’s Director Clifford Ray Junion’s Director Clifford Ray Junion’s Grande Descool Vainblo We are also participating in this year’s class with the coaches of Vimbro and Vimbro. Alternatively, football coaches in Banks, Charlston University and Basketball North Chalston’s Anthonijonson, Baseball Coach Kremson Jacklet, Chester, Harvard basketball, a legendary basketball, and William Pallo.

BANQUET SCAHOF is the largest year celebration of Palmet Sports Star under the same roof. The “Legend Walk,” a traditional event that honors past Hall of Fame inductees, is one of the highlights of the event. The event, which includes a reception and dinner, begins at 5:30 p.m.

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Despite having a career cut short by injury (2010-12), Lattimore ranks sixth on the University of South Carolina’s all-time rushing list with 2,677 yards, rushing touchdowns (38) and total touchdowns (41). ) held the school record. His best season was a beginner in 2010, and he was in a hurry to 1197 yards out of 249 transfer. He was called a dried year beginner and won a new arrival nationwide. In 2010, Lattimore gained 182 yards on 37 carries in the Gamecocks’ 17-6 win over Georgia. He had 23 carries for 93 yards, two rushing touchdowns, and one receiving touchdown in USC’s 35-21 come-from-behind victory over No. 1 Alabama. He rushed 40 times for 212 yards and three touchdowns in a 36-14 win at Florida, clinching the Gamecocks’ first SEC East title.

The Duncan, South Carolina, native was a fourth-round pick of the San Francisco 49ers in the 2013 NFL Draft. He never played a match for 49ers and retired from a football match at the age of 23.

He founded the Marcus Lattimora fund, which is attached to youth and initiatives, emphasizing Christian values, nature, development of life skills, education and health and well in South Carolina. Latimore served as Heathwood Hall (2016-17) in Colombia and served as a GAMECOCKS development director (2018-19) for two years.

Latimore was prepared at Barnes Society. He gained yards in a hurry to almost 8,000 people and recorded 104 landing in his career. He led Byrnes to 4A state titles in 2005, 2007 and 2008. He was named Parade Magazine All-American, South Carolina’s Mr. Football, S.C.’s Gatorade Player of the Year and one of seven finalists for U.S. Army national player of the year in 2009.

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