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Martin Eyeing Improvement in Second Season
Following a transition year that primarily included laying the groundwork for the approach that led his former Kansas State teams to four NCAA Tournament trips—including an Elite Eight berth in 2010—South Carolina head coach Frank Martin will look to significantly improve the basketball program after bringing his first ever recruiting class to campus. The incoming class set to make its mark on Columbia features two highly regarded prospects in shifty shooting guard Sindarius Thornwell and center Demetrius Henry.
The two will look to provide an instant impact with the help of several of the team’s top returning talent from last season. The Gamecocks bring back all three of their leading scorers from last season, including Brenton Williams (11.0 points per game), Michael Carrera (9.9 ppg), and Bruce Ellington (9.9 ppg). Transfer Tyrone Johnson, formerly of Villanova, will add depth at the point guard spot, where he has in the past shown a knack for getting to the rim and delivering the ball to open teammates. If Martin can get the returnees and first-time Gamecocks to buy into his system, South Carolina could challenge for its first NCAA Tournament bid since 2004.