Four of the Lowcountry's best high school football players, who are also four of the state's biggest recruits, were honored on Thursday by being named to the South Carolina team for the 77th annual Shrine Bowl.
Stratford QB Jacob Park, Wando OL Noah Kelleher and Goose Creek teammates RB Caleb Kinlaw and TE Kalen Ritchie have been selected to take part in the game on December 21st in Spartanburg at Gibbs Stadium.
This will be the 77th year for the game that pits the best players from North and South Carolina against each other with proceeds going towards Shriners Hospital.
Park, who's already verbally commited to Georgia, has thrown for almost 1800 yards and 14 touchdowns this season helping the Knights get off to a 6-0 start.
Kelleher commited to Florida before the start of the season. He's been anchoring an offensive line that has helped the Warriors running attack all season.
Kinlaw has been putting up solid numbers the last few years for the Gators and hasn't slowed down as a senior. The Georgia Tech commit has averaged over 123 yards rushing per game going for 741 total along with 13 touchdowns.
Ritchie, a USC commit, has just 2 catches on the season but his blocking is one of the reasons the Gators have rushed for over 2500 yards as a team in their 6-0 start.