COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- South Carolina two-sport player Bruce Ellington says he hasn't yet thought about football with the basketball season heading to the Southeastern Conference tournament.
Ellington has played football and basketball the past two seasons, moving to the court once the Gamecocks were done with their bowl game. The junior was South Carolina's leading receiver last fall and caught the game-winning, 32-yard touchdown pass in the Gamecocks 33-28 victory over Michigan in the Outback Bowl in January.
Ellington has started 18 of 22 games as a 5-foot-9 point guard with the basketball team and has averaged 9.7 points.
South Carolina's football team began spring workouts last week.
Gamecocks basketball coach Frank Martin says he won't speak with Ellington about future plans until after the season. South Carolina faces Mississippi State on Wednesday.