Muse played in six games with one start as a true freshman at William & Mary (4-55-13.8, one TD) after helping South Point High School win a state title his senior season. He garnered third-team All-Colonial Athletic Association accolades in 2018, even though he played in just seven games with three starts (30-453-15.1, one TD). Muse joined South Carolina in June 2019. It took time to gain eligibility, finally getting on the field before the second game of the year. He played in eight games with one start, catching 17 passes for 158 yards (9.3 per) before a knee injury ended his season. Muse became a bigger part of the offense in 2020, starting 10 contests (30-425-14.2, one TD) and started all 13 games in 2021 (20-222-11.1, two TDs). Nick is the brother of former Clemson safety and Las Vegas Raiders 2020 third-round draft pick Tanner Muse, who is now with the Seattle Seahawks. -- by Chad Reuter, NFL.com
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