We head to South Carolina for our latest look at the league's bounce-back players:
Terrence Campbell, OG, Sr.: The sixth-year senior enters the fall as the starter at right guard for the Gamecocks, but he also brings with him a very inconsistent past. He started his career as a defensive lineman, before moving to right guard in his second season. He started nine games in 2008 before missing most of 2009 with a neck/shoulder stinger. In the two games he started, he played left guard. Last season, Campbell played in 10 of South Carolina's 14 games, but spent most of his time on special teams. This is the final go-round for the Gamecocks' most experienced offensive lineman and he's looking to finally put a full season together on the Gamecocks' starting offensive line.
Shaq Wilson, LB, Jr.: Wilson is back after missing all but one game last season because of a hamstring injury. In the one game that Wilson did play in (against Auburn), he managed seven tackles and recovered two fumbles. His presence on defense immediately enhances that side of the ball for the Gamecocks. Wilson led South Carolina in tackles in 2009 and, after having a healthy spring this year, most expect him to regain the form he had before his nagging hamstring injury. Wilson exited the spring as the starter at weakside linebacker and is looking to regain his role as the quarterback of this defense.