* 2014 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll
* 2014 Harold White GPA Award for the defense
* 2013 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll
2015: Senior who was fourth on the team with 59 tackles at the Spur position after playing safety throughout his Gamecock career... played in all 12 games making nine starts... paced the team with a game-high 10 stops against UCF, one off his career high, including eight solo stops... had a tackle for loss at Missouri among his four stops... credited with six tackles and a pass break up at Texas A&M... tallied six tackles including a half-tackle for loss, forced and recovered a fumble at Tennessee... had four solo stops and an interception against Florida... had six tackles including a tackle for loss and a pass break up against Clemson... named the Most Improved Spur of the spring at the 2015 Garnet & Black Spring Game after his first tour of duty at the position... played in 46 games over four seasons with 23 starts... accumulated 182 tackles and three interceptions... a two-time member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll.
2014: Junior safety who ranked second on the team with 80 tackles including 49 solo stops... ranked 24th in the SEC with 6.2 tackles per game... started in 10 of the 13 games... recorded at least five tackles in every regular season game... grabbed an interception and made six stops versus East Carolina... credited with eight tackles at Kentucky and made seven stops versus Tennessee... broke up a pass and made a season-high nine tackles in the win over South Alabama... made eight tackles with a pass breakup against Clemson... named to the SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll. named the "Most Improved" safety and the Harold White GPA award for the defense during the spring.
2013: Sophomore safety who worked his way back following a knee injury suffered midway through the 2012 season... played in all 13 games, making a pair of starts... logged 30 tackles, including 21 solo stops... came off the bench to lead the team in tackles with nine, including seven solo stops, in the season-opening win over North Carolina... made his first start of the season at Georgia and responded with a career-high 11 tackles, including eight solo stops... collected 20 tackles in the first two games then just 10 in the final 11 contests... made his second start in the win at Arkansas... intercepted a pass against Coastal Carolina... a member of the SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll.
2012: Safety who was selected to the SEC All-Freshman squad by the league's coaches... played in eight games logging 13 tackles... one of four true freshmen to play in the season opener at Vanderbilt... made his first career start against Missouri, replacing the suspended D.J. Swearinger... made his second career start at Florida when the Gamecocks opened in a goal line defense... suffered a season-ending knee injury in that game while covering a punt.
HIGH SCHOOL: Earned Class AAA all-region and all-state honors as a senior defensive back at Cairo (Ga.) High School, graduating in 2012... three-year varsity starter who recorded 82 tackles and four interceptions in his senior season for the Syrupmakers... coached by Tom Fallow... team went 11-3 in 2011 after a 12-1 season in 2010... earned first team all-area and all-region and honorable mention all-state honors as a junior... participated in the RisingSeniors.com junior all-star game... was a three-star prospect, the 44th-best cornerback and the 70th-best player in the state by Rivals.com... rated a three-star prospect and the nation's 74th-best cornerback by Scout.com... a three-star recruit, the 35th-best safety and the 83rd-best player in Georgia according to ESPN.com... a three-star recruit, the 55th-best cornerback and the 51st-best player in the state by 247Sports.com... other suitors included Arkansas, Georgia Tech, Illinois, Mississippi State, Southern Miss and Tennessee.
PERSONAL: Timothy "T.J." Gurley was born February 20, 1994... is pursuing a degree in integrated technology.