Greatest "Spurrier Era" Gamecocks: By Jersey Number (50-59)

We continue our look at the greatest Gamecocks during the Steve Spurrier Era by remembering those who have worn numbers 50-59. This group features a pair of twins and a school record holder. 

#50 A.J. Cann

Can has only missed one game in the first three seasons of his career. He has been a Freshman All-American and an All-SEC lineman during his time at South Carolina. 

Runner-up: Scott Morgan

#51 Casper Brinkley

Although he was only a Gamecock for two seasons, Brinkley made 103 tackles and 10 sacks in his career. He led the team in sacks in 2006. 

Runner-up: Orus Lambert

#52 Jasper Brinkley

Brinkley started 29 of his 30 career games and was a first team All-SEC player in his senior season. He ended his career with 298 and 27.5 sacks.

Runner-up: Phillip Dukes

#53 Corey Robinson

Robinson spent his first three seasons flipping between the offensive and defensive lines. However, he started all 13 games on the offensive line in 2013.

Runner-up: Marvin Sapp

#54 Shaq Wilson

Wilson led the team in tackles during his senior season. He made nine stops in the Outback Bowl win over Michigan. 

Runner-up: Freddy St. Preux

#55 T.J. Johnson

No one to ever put on a Gamecock uniform started more games than T.J. Johnson. He was also the first Gamecock to ever start in four wins over Clemson. 

Runner-up: Thomas Coleman

#57 Aldrick Fordham

Fordham played in 45 games over his four years at South Carolina. He was second on the team as a senior with 5.5 sacks. 

Runner-up: Lemuel Jeanpierre

#58 Ryland Culbertson

Culbertson was the snapper on extra points and field goals during the 2013 season. He helped Elliott Fry set a school record with 54 extra point attempts made. 

Runner-up: John Gerry

#59 Coleman Harley

Harley has spent the majority of his career as a backup long snapper for the Gamecocks. 

Runner-up: Charles Turner