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Sumter running back accepts a PWO offer from South Carolina

Nathan Harris-Waynick led the Sumter rushing attack this past season, helping his team finish 7-1. The only loss was to Dutch Fork in the 5A Lower State Championship
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He was a Gamecock in high school and will be a Gamecock in college.

Sumter running back Nathan Harris-Waynick announced on social media that he has committed to South Carolina. New Gamecock head football coach Shane Beamer offered Harris-Waynick a spot on the team as a preferred walk-on.

This past season, Sumter finished 7-1 and Harris-Waynick was the team's workhorse in the backfield as he rushed for 1,168 yards and 18 touchdowns on 193 carries. 

NHW is listed at 5-10 and 210 pounds and will bring a physical style of running to the Gamecock program. In Sumter's offense, Harris-Waynick scored more than a few touchdowns out of the Wildcat formation.