Greatest Gamecocks of the Spurrier Era: By Jersey Number (70-79)

Our look at the best players by jersey number during Steve Spurrier's Gamecock tenure continues with more love for the big men up front. 


#70 Na'Shan Goddard

Goddard was an All-American as a freshman, playing mostly at center. He would wind up playing center, guard, and tackle over the course of his career, becoming an second-team All-SEC preseason pick in 2005.

Runner-up: Garrett Anderson


#71 Brandon Shell

A Freshman All-American and All-SEC lineman, Shell has 23 starts under his belt at tackle. Shell was a preseason second-team All-SEC pick this year.

Runner-up: William Brown


#72 Quintin Richardson

Richardson played in all thirteen games as a freshman. He was used mostly on special teams, but also moonlighted as a tight end. He played in eight contests as a sophomore, starting five on the line.

Runner-up: Hardee Sanders


#73 Rokevious Watkins

A versatile lineman, Watkins play both guard spots and at tackle during his time with the Gamecocks. He was a preseason third-team All-SEC playing entering the 2011 season.

Runner-up: N/A


#74 Heath Batchelor

Batchelor made three starts in 2008, all at right guard. He wound up leaving the team midway through the 2009 season. 

Runner-up: Kaleb Broome


#75 Will Sport

Sport made the first start of his Gamecock career last season, stepping in for an injured Ronald Patrick against Tennessee. He has played in 20 games in two years. 

Runner-up: Gurminder Thind


#76 Jarriel King

A defensive end in junior college, King made the switch to the offensive line when he arrived in Columbia. He started 19 games in his first two seasons with the Gamecocks.

Runner-up: Jeremy Burgess


#77 Jamon Meredith

Meredith started every game of his sophomore and junior seasons. His streak of 28 consecutive starts was snapped when he was forced to sit out the first two games of the 2008 season because of an NCAA eligibility ruling from his freshman campaign. 

Runner-up: Garrett Chisolm


#78 Jabari Levey

An All-SEC caliber lineman, Levey started all 11 games of the 2004 season. He and Na'Shan Goddard were considered one of the best tackle tandems in the SEC. 

Runner-up: Justin Sorensen


#79 Marque Hall

Hall had five quarterback hurries in 2007, the second-most on the team. He suffered a season-ending knee injury in 2006, but recovered to make 22 tackles the following year. 

Runner-up: N/A