It looks like Quintin Richardson is going to be okay.
South Carolina football recruit Quintin Richardson was released from the hospital Tuesday, two days after being stabbed at a friend’s apartment.
Richardson, an offensive lineman who played at Spring Valley High School, is expected to enroll for summer school at USC next week. He is considered one of the top players in the Gamecocks' incoming freshman class.
Richardson was not available for comment. But he told radio station WCOS 1400-AM he felt "excellent, like this weekend never happened." ...
Richardson, 18, suffered seven stab wounds, in the lower back and arm. The police incident report states that Richardson was holding down former Spring Valley student Ross Grant, 19, when Richardson felt like he was being poked.
He was then taken to the hospital.
A relief to Richardson's friends and families, we're sure. And probably a bit of a relief to Blake Mitchell, too.
Released from the hospital.