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Top H.S. football recruit Donnell Stanley chooses South Carolina

Donnell Stanley announces his decision Friday. (Source: WMBF) Donnell Stanley announces his decision Friday. (Source: WMBF)

LATTA, SC (WMBF) – The Pee Dee's top high school football recruit, Donnell Stanley, has chosen to attend the University of South Carolina next year.

Stanley, a senior at Latta High School and an All-American offensive lineman, announced his decision at a news conference in front of his classmates Friday afternoon.

Stanley is a top 10 South Carolina recruit, and some say he is the number one offensive lineman recruit in the state.

Stanley had offers from many schools, including Alabama, North Carolina and Clemson.

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