Roderick enters the NCAA transfer portal

A seasoned member of Gamecocks High School in South Carolina entered his name into the NCAA Transfer Portal.

Tuesday afternoon, RJ RodrikA name appeared in the NCAA Transfer Portal. TheBigSpur reported news of Rodrik’s expected departure on Monday night at VIP room.

Fitness Trainer Shane Beamer He declined to go into the details of Roderick’s exit, when asked during the Tuesday afternoon press conference. Beamer said he spoke with Roderick and his mother on Sunday.

The fifth-year safety featured Summerville, SC in three games in 2022. Roderick, who was injured in the first round of the season opener against Georgia State, didn’t play again until Charlotte and South Carolina. For the season, he had seven tackles total, including six singles stops, one of which went to a loss.

Georgia State was the only game he started this season. Rookie Nick Emmanory took charge of starting the tough safety mission after Roderick was sidelined by the Panthers.

Rodrik started with 34 games, and entered the season with 198 professional interferences and interceptions. His bio from GamecocksOnline is posted below…

2021 (large)

Aman in the fourth year played in 12 games, participated in 11 games… He finished fourth in the team with 64 tackles, including blocking the loss… thanks to a pair of forced fumbles, one against Georgia and Kentucky… as He recovered from a confusion against Auburn… He was selected by Carolina coaches as one of four winners of the Overcoming Adversity Award… Missed the season opener against Eastern Illinois… Recorded top 10 games of the season against Kentucky… Also missed eight times in Georgia and seven stops each against Auburn and Clemson.

2020 (new)

A third-year player who played in and started six of the first seven games of the season … played in pain for part of the year and was elected to withdraw from the rest of the season after coach Will Muschamp was sacked … had 23 tackles … had at least three stoppages In every game he’s played, including five season-level interceptions against Auburn… she’s recorded an acceleration in the quarterback against Tennessee, breakups passes at Vanderbilt and a tackle for loss in Florida.

2019 (beginner)

The player who played in all 12 games and participated in 11 games … did not start the season opener in North Carolina, but came off the bench and scored the highest level of the season with nine tackles … He started in a nickel position against Charleston Southern and Alabama, before Moving to safety, starting his last nine contests… He ranked sixth on the team with 55 tackles including 3.5 tackles for a loss and a sack… Recorded two interceptions and a breakup of assists… Stopped eight times against Alabama including a sack… Selected assists against Charleston Southern and Vanderbilt…six tackles and one pass breakup against Florida…He was named MVP of the Spring for Special Teams.

2018 (student)

True safety for the freshman who joined Carolina in January and went through spring training… Experienced more excitement as the season progressed… They played in all 13 games, starting with each of the last five competitions… They only made 11 tackles during their first seven games in the season, but they’ve amassed 45 stops over the last six competitions to finish fifth in the team and second among SEC Novices with 56 interferences… tied for SEC lead with two fouls forced… He earned his first significant Ole Miss time after an injury James Williams and Javon Charleston…responded with 13 tackles, the most tackles for a freshman in South Carolina since Ben Washington made 15 stops against Mississippi State in 1994…He got his first start in Florida and collected nine tackles, then stopped 10 times in Clemson… a mandatory bump against both Akron and Virginia in the last two games of the season.

High school

He graduated from Cane Bay High School in Summerville, SC in December of 2017… It was the three-choice quarterback who helped the Cobra advance 9-3 and reach the second round of the 4A playoffs, despite missing six games mid-season due to Injury…run for 354 yards, passed by 188, totaled 10 touchdowns over six games…chosen at the Shrine Bowl in Carolina…rushed for 1,778 yards and 23 TDs as a rookie…trained by Russell Blossom… Ranked #21 among inductees in Palmetto State, and was ranked 95th in safety in the nation according to the 247 composite ratings…Rivals ranked him the 18th best in the state…Named to the PrepStar All-Atlantic Region team .


Ronald Joseph Rodrik Jr. was born on November 25, 1999… He is a Psychologist.

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