We've finally arrived at the end of our list. Here are the top players to wear the numbers 90-99 during Steve Spurrier's time in Columbia. If you want to take a look back at previous numbers, the links to the rest of the numbers are here:
#90 Chaz Sutton
Sutton was a team captain who racked up 32 tackles and three sacks in 2013. He had a 56-yard interception return for a touchdown as a freshman against Troy.
Runner-up: Foxy Foxworth
#91 Ladi Ajiboye
Ajiboye was named the SEC Defensive Lineman of the Week following the 2009 Clemson game. He made a career-high 10 tackles in the bowl game versus Connecticut.
Runner-up: Walker Inabinet
#92 Gerald Dixon, Jr.
Dixon played in 12 games last season, making 18 tackles. He started the season opener against North Carolina and made three tackles, including a half-sack.
Runner-up: Byron McKnight
#93 Robert Pavlovic
Pavlovic's first career touchdown reception came in the Liberty Bowl against Houston. He had six career catches.
Runner-up: Deon Green
#94 Thomas Hooper
Hooper scored three career points for the Gamecocks. He made a pair of extra points in 2004 and another in 2006.
Runner-up: Ashton Holmes
#95 Nathan Pepper
Pepper was the most experienced player on the 2009 team. He returned a fumble 29 yards for a touchdown against Ole Miss in 2008.
Runner-up: Michael Washington
#96 Clifton Geathers
Geathers forced a fumble during the 2008 game versus Ole Miss. He also made his first career start that season, making five tackles against UAB.
Runner-up: Jamal Hall
#97 J.T. Surratt
Surratt started every game last season, making 33 tackles and 1.5 sacks. He is a preseason third-team All-SEC selection for 2014.
Runner-up: Kenrick Ellis
#98 Devin Taylor
Taylor is ranked the top-ten in school history for career sacks and tackles for loss. He was a third-team Freshman All-American player in 2009.
Runner-up: Chris Tucker
#99 Kelcy Quarles
Quarles was an All-American defensive tackle, leading the team in sacks as a senior. He had six tackles, three for loss, and a pair of sacks against Missouri.
Runner-up: Dakota Walker