|Terry nearly committed to in-state school|
|by TigerNet Staff - Saturday, July 16, 2011 12:21 PM||
Tramel Terry - WR
Height: 5-11 Weight: 170 Hometown: Goose Creek, SC (Goose Creek HS) Class: 2013
|#3 WR, #1 SC, 87 Grade||#18 WR, #2 SC||#21 WR||#164 Overall, #20 WR, #1 SC, 92 Grade|
He(Brice Ramsey Brice Ramsey
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That conversation triggered a chain reaction for later in the evening.
Two down, two to go.
Ramsey helped close the deal with the other two(Derrick Henry and Tramel Terry Tramel Terry
Goose Creek, SC
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Ramsey and Terry have always talked about playing college ball together. However, that plan was in jeopardy, according to Ramsey. “Tramel is a Georgia fan. But he was going to commit to South Carolina on Friday. He’s from there and lives there. I had to change his mind because I wanted him to play with me at Georgia.”
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