Grayshirt offer to Baldwin no longer on the table

February 27, 2014 

Bo Baldwin of South Aiken High at South Carolina's Black Magic camp on Friday, July 26, 2013, at Williams-Brice Stadium.

DWAYNE MCLEMORE — dmclemore@thestate.com

The much talked about career of South Aiken QB Bo Baldwin could be over. USC has pulled its offer of a grayshirt opportunity for Baldwin according to a source. The Gamecocks have told him he can join them as a preferred walkon.

Clemson also has talked to Baldwin about walking on and he has been accepted into the Bridge to Clemson program at Tri-County Technical College in Pendleton.

The source said Baldwin is not sure what he’s going to do but he might just decide to go to college as a regular student and give up on his football career.

Baldwin emerged on the statewide scene as a sophomore passing for 800 yards and 8 touchdowns. He played in only 3.5 games as a junior due to a broken collarbone. Last season he passed for 1285 yards and 11 touchdowns.

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