Enagbare and Brown announced their decision on Twitter on Wednesday.
The 6-foot-4, 265-pound midfielder, Enagbare has 41 tackles with 2.5 covers this season. He is not expected to play for the Gamecocks in the Duke’s Mayo Bowl against North Carolina on December 30.
Enagbare thanked his coaches, past and present, teammates and fans “for the memories and for being part of my journey.”
Brown is quarterback of the first year, who has started the past four games, leading the Gamecocks to a 40-17 victory over Florida and a 21-17 victory over Auburn.
Brown’s move comes two days after the Oklahoma transfer Spencer Rattler, who started this season as a top contender for the Heisman Trophy, said he’s joining the Gamecocks.
6-3 Brown hails from Fredericksburg, Virginia, and is the third of three South Carolina players to start in midfield this season.
He completed 60 of 108 passes for 721 yards, eight touchdowns and six interceptions.
https://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/32876947/south-carolina-starting-qb-jason-brown-transferring-de-kingsley-enagbare-going-pro South Carolina starts QB Jason Brown transfer, DE Kingsley Enagbare turns pro