The San Francisco 49ers selected running back Marcus Lattimore out of South Carolina with the second of their two fourth-round selections in the NFL draft Saturday.
The Detroit Lions selected Devin Taylor on Saturday in the fourth round of the NFL Draft.
The Lions took the South Carolina defensive end with the 132nd overall pick, their first of the final day of the draft. He had three sacks during his senior season with the Gamecocks.
Taylor, 6-7, 266 is the second end Detroit has taken in this draft. The Lions, who must replace departed edge rushers Kyle Vanden Bosch and Cliff Avril, selected Brigham Young end Ezekiel Ansah with the fifth overall pick Thursday night.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have chosen speedy South Carolina punt returner Ace Sanders in the fourth round of the NFL draft.
The Jaguars chose the 5-foot-7 receiver with the 101st overall selection to beef up their special teams. Sanders was a standout punt returner for the Gamecocks.
Jacksonville had the first pick in the fourth round Saturday, but they traded the 98th overall selection to Philadelphia for Nos. 101 and 210 (seventh round).
Sanders ran the 40-yard dash at the NFL combine in 4.58 seconds, considered a slow time for a speedster. But he was productive at South Carolina, returning 53 punts for an average of 11.2 yards and scoring three touchdowns in three seasons. He also caught 99 passes for 1,230 yards and 13 scores.
Holloman picked by Cowboys
The Dallas Cowboys have taken South Carolina linebacker DeVonte Holloman in the sixth round of the NFL draft.
The Cowboys took Holloman with the 185th overall selection Saturday, their last pick of the draft. Dallas traded its seventh-round choice to Miami last year.
Holloman started more games at strong safety than linebacker in four years with the Gamecocks. He was an outside linebacker as a senior, finishing fourth on the team with 57 tackles and leading South Carolina with three interceptions.
The 6-foot-1, 246-pound Holloman was the first pick in the defensive front seven for Dallas, which is switching to the 4-3 this year.
TJ Johnson taken in 7th round by Bengals
The Bengals have chosen center T.J. Johnson from South Carolina with their final pick in the NFL draft.
They got Johnson with their second compensatory pick in the seventh round. They took Ohio State offensive tackle Reid Fragel with another compensatory pick earlier in the round.
It wrapped up a draft that had the Bengals taking seven players on offense - tight end, tackle, guard, center, receiver and two running backs - and three on defense, including a defensive end, linebacker and strong safety.