2015 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll
2015 Spring Most Improved Wide Receiver 14-15 First-Year SEC Honor Roll
Fourth-year player who is the most veteran of the wide receiving corps... has caught a dozen passes for 140 yards in his career that includes five starts.
2016: Redshirt sophomore who played in 11 games with three starts... had seven catches for 66 yards... caught his first pass of the season for 11 yards at Mississippi State.... started and caught a 10-yard pass at Kentucky... set a career-high with three catches, going for 25 yards, in a starting assignment vs. Texas A&M... made the start at wide receiver and caught one pass for 13 yards in the UMass win... did not appear against Missouri or Florida.
2015: Played in 11 of 12 games... caught five passes for 74 yards... had a solid debut as a Gamecock, catching a pair of passes for 39 yards against North Carolina... made his first career start at Georgia... caught a 13-yard pass against Vanderbilt... gained his second start at Texas A&M... had a 14-yard reception at Tennessee... had an 8-yard catch against The Citadel... did not play in the season finale against Clemson... earned a spot on the SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll... garnered Most Improved Wide Receiver accolades at the 2015 Garnet & Black Spring Game.
2014: Redshirted... named to the 2014-15 First-Year SEC Honor Roll.
HIGH SCHOOL: Versatile athlete who played quarterback, wide receiver and defensive back for the War Eagles of Woodward Academy in Atanta... graduated in 2014... played for head coach John Hunt, the former offensive line coach at Carolina... team finished with a 9-3 record in his senior season and advanced to the second round of the AAA playoffs... threw for 967 yards and 10 touchdowns and ran for 1,116 yards and 16 scores... also lettered in basketball and track... Rivals considered him a four-star prospect, the 26th-best player in the state, and the 19th-best "athlete" in the country... Scout ranked him as a three-star prospect and the 34th-best tight end in the country... considered a three-star prospect, the 42nd-best player in the state, and the 62nd-best wide receiver in the nation, according to 247Sports... ESPN considered him a four-star prospect, No. 260 on its ESPN300 list, the 33rd-best "athlete" in the nation and the 24th-best player in the state... ranked by PrepStar as a four-star prospect and No. 238 on its All-American Team.
PERSONAL: Corteries Cosea Googer was born December 10, 1994... pursuing a degree in sport and entertainment management.