Posted On: 04/17/21 10:00 AM

Versatile players are a staple of high school football, and South Carolina has plenty of them.

Using a five-part series, we looked at four from each classification who we’ve found can be counted on whether their team is looking to move the football or stop an opponent from doing just that. In Part 2, we spanned Class 4A and found four who will all likely be determining factors in their teams making and then succeeding in the playoffs in 2021.

Jaylen Sneed Jaylen Sneed 6'2" | LB Hilton Head | 2022 State SC , LB/WC, Hilton Head

We know Sneed is going to be playing linebacker in college. You do, too. But that doesn’t stop the kid with all those P5 offers from making a huge impact on offense for the Seahawks. While taking his share of snaps out of wildcat formations, the state’s top-ranked linebacker has taken over games, like he did in the team’s season opener last year, when he rushed for three touchdowns. 

Stephen Smalls, WR/DB, West Florence

The undersized but speedy receiver was second on the Knights’ roster last fall with 192 yards and a pair of touchdowns. What really jumps off seeing him in person, though, is his ability to block downfield and keep

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