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South Carolina's Steve Spurrier Tells 4-Star Quarterback Jake Fromm He Will Coach 6 More Years If He Commits

Steve Spurrier really wants four-star quarterback Jake Fromm, a 2017 recruit out of Georgia, to play for his South Carolina Gamecocks. How badly? Enough to push back any possible retirement plans.

According to 247Sports, Spurrier told Fromm that if he commits to South Carolina, he will coach for another six years.

During an official visit with the Gamecocks on Friday, Class of 2017 quarterback Jake Fromm (Warner-Robins, Ga./Houston County) told TheBigSpur.com that Spurrier told him he would "stay at South Carolina six more years" if the talented signal caller committed to the Gamecocks.

Fromm, who has a top three of Alabama, Ole Miss, and South Carolina, is the No. 8 pro style quarterback in his class, and the No. 22 player in Georgia. Is he good enough for Spurrier to want to coach until he's 76? You be the judge:

[247Sports]