Quarterback in South Carolina Dakereon Joyner will not be the backup of Jake Bentley to start the 2019 season, but an Instagram message that he posted Tuesday night indicates that he is in a good mood. The news broke on Tuesday morning Ryan Hilinski had been chosen to be No. 2 on the depth map instead of Joyner.
Below is Joyner's message, thanks to her Instagram account.
"I am good !!! I am blessed.I enjoy all love.The breakthrough occurs when you align your actions on your faith" # K7 #GlanDePlan #BLESS
The message was accompanied by a photo of him in uniform inside the indoor practice center Jerri and Steve Spurrier.
Although Joyner was not chosen to speak to the media after Tuesday afternoon's session, the offensive coordinator Bryan McClendon made. He was pleased with how Joyner handled the information.
"Of course, you want to make sure you do not approach him, not just him, but all those who have received the news that they have managed to digest and understand it." This must be clearly communicated and I think we've done a good job in that, "said McClendon. I said. "Then you want to make sure you have a guy in his position who wants to play a different type of role, you want guys who want to do it, whatever their skills, you want guys who like that." wants to be here and works hard.He works hard to do a good job for us, whatever we ask to do … There are different scenarios where we could use it, of course.The essential, c & rsquo; Is that you want to make sure that your best players are at the rendezvous.It is one of the best, we will make sure that it follows it from one to the next. One way or another, he wants to help the team in any way, and wherever he leads, we need to make sure we explore and discuss. "
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Joyner was a double threat from the 2018 class-based North Charleston (Fort Dorchester) SC, year-round player in the state's Gatorade category after his junior season and Mr. Football in South Carolina for his senior season. He was an Elite 11 finalist, competing in the Carolinas' Shrine Bowl competition and invited to participate in the Bowling Off-Defense All-American Bowl. He played a game last season with South Carolina after a landslide victory against Chattanooga in November. He completed 1 of 2 passes for one yard and rushed three times for 24 yards.