State's top prospect says anything can happen


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State's top prospect says anything can happen

South Carolina’s top recruit is just looking to have a little bit of fun this weekend, but said that anything can happen in the recruiting business.

Four-star athlete and current Georgia commit Tramel Terry Tramel Terry
Wide Receiver
5-11, 170
Goose Creek, SC

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out of Goose Creek (SC) is taking an official visit to Clemson for this weekend’s game against Georgia Tech, but he simply wants to have fun and visit with former teammate T.J. Burrell.

TigerNet spoke with Terry Tuesday night and he said that he is not looking to change his commitment from the University of Georgia, but recruiting is a business and that he has to make the best decision for himself.

“I don’t know…I’m not going to Clemson to commit or looking to change,” Terry told TigerNet. “I am just going to take a visit. Anything can happen, but I am taking my officials like everybody else. I am 100 percent to Georgia, but at the end of the day recruiting is a business and you have to do what is right for you. And that is what I am going to do.“

Terry has been a frequent visitor to Tiger Town and said that he wants to take all of his official visits and enjoy the recruiting process as much as possible.

“I have been there probably five or six times, and most of the time when I go I spend the night up there,” Terry said. “I actually want to take all of my officials and get them in. I am graduating early, and I felt like I should take them. I like it down there in Clemson. Me and Coach [Tony] Elliott have a good relationship, and I want to go up there and hang out with the players and my ex-teammate, T.J. Burrell. I am going to have some fun up there.”

Even though, Terry is unlikely to de-commit from Georgia, he said that he has thought about how much fun it would be to play in offensive coordinator Chad MorrisChad Morris
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’ offense.

“It would be fun to play in Clemson’s offense,” Terry said. “I could play running back and fill in there, and I feel like I could play just like Andre Ellington. I am just a little bit bigger than Andre. I could play the No. 2 receiver like Sammy Watkins. I could even play defensive back. I think I could make an impact right away, but that’s the same way it is with Georgia.”

Terry said that Burrell, a freshman linebacker at Clemson, is adjusting to college life and is really enjoying his time at Clemson.

“T.J. loves it at Clemson,” Terry said. “He is doing good in school right now. He is enjoying it and I am glad he is doing well.”




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