Former Gamecock Anthony Gill, shown above entering beast mode, will sit out a year before he looks to replace Mike Scott on the Virginia roster.
South Carolina transfer power forward Anthony Gill has committed to Virginia over Ohio State, according to multiple sources, including Rivals and The Daily Progress. Gill, a 6'8", 235 pound rising sophomore, will need to sit out for a year before getting any playing time in 2013-2014, per NCAA's rules.
Entering the off-season and the post-Mike Scott era, head coach Tony Bennett and company knew they would need to need to find some help at both the guard and forward positions, and after losing T.J. McConnell to Arizona, Gill appeared to be the staff's top acquisition prospect.
Gill -- or "A.G." as he is affectionately called -- averaged 7.6 points and 4.7 rebounds per game last year as a freshman. He had a field goal percentage of 45.3%, starting 26 of 31 games.
For more from Gill's former coaches, check out Whitey Reid's story. Here's a video produced by South Carolina last year that features some highlights and a personal look at the rising sophomore. Keep it tuned right here -- we'll have more on the new Wahoo.