We continue to look at the best players to wear each number during Steve Spurrier's Gamecock tenure by examining those who wore numbers 80-89. Six tight ends and a big time defensive end on this list.
#80 Andy Boyd
Boyd was injured for the majority of his collegiate career, but still made an impact. He caught a touchdown pass in Steve Spurrier's first game in Columbia.
Runner-up: K.J. Brent
#81 Rory Anderson
Despite not scoring a touchdown last season, Anderson has found the end zone eight times in his career. He has 39 career catches for 694 yards.
Runner-up: Tori Gurley
#82 D.L. Moore
Moore caught six touchdowns in his Gamecock career. He hauled in a 62-yard pass in the 2012 contest against Georgia.
Runner-up: Freddie Brown
#83 Cliff Matthews
A team captain and All-SEC performer, Matthews ranked in the top five in the conference in sacks in 2009. He also led the league in fumble recoveries.
Runner-up: Carlton Heard
#84 Jared Cook
Cook racked up over 1,000 receiving yards in his career. He started 15 games and scored seven touchdowns as a Gamecock.
Runner-up: Mike Williamson
#85 Kane Whitehurst
Half of Whitehurst's receptions in 2013 went for touchdowns. He made four catches on the season for a 16.5 yard average.
Runner-up: Jamal Hayes
#86 Stephen Flint
Flint was a holder for the majority of his career. He started against Vanderbilt in 2009, making two catches for 10 yards.
Runner-up: Blair Lowery
#87 Justice Cunningham
Cunningham's number exploded in his senior season. He caught 23 passes for 324 yards in 2012 after hauling in just 27 receptions in his first three years with the Gamecocks.
Runner-up: Josh Brown
#88 Weslye Saunders
Saunders was a Freshman All-SEC and Freshman All-American tight end in 2007. He was third on the team in catches as a junior.
Runner-up: Drew Owens
#89 Jerrell Adams
Adams started last season's game at Central Florida, where he caught a career-long 44 yard pass. He caught a touchdown in the Capital One Bowl victory.
Runner-up: Mike Triglia