Terry's busy summer highlighted by Clemson camp

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CLEMSON – Tramel Terry Tramel Terry
Wide Receiver
5-11, 170
Goose Creek, SC

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isn’t having a normal summer.

The 2013 athlete out of Goose Creek has already camped at Clemson and Florida St., and is in a passing tournament this week in Georgia, and he told TigerNet on Thursday that he wouldn’t trade the experiences in for anything.

“It has been a great summer,” he said. “I have been to the camps, and I have been training and getting ready for the season. The camp down at Florida St. was crazy, because me and [Goose Creek teammate] Bryce Kelly shut it down. We were the two best our there.”

Terry said that the Clemson camp was definitely the highlight to this point.

“Clemson was a lot of fun,” he said. “I liked the way they run things. Everybody who went to Clemson and goes on to the NFL comes back and they help out in the camps and help recruit. They have classrooms in the stadium, so you don’t have to go too far when you are in camp there.”

He said that the Clemson campus and community are what make the difference.
“The school I am looking for will have great people,” he said. “I want the family-type of atmosphere, and of course I am looking at academics. I also want to see what is off-campus, and what is around the school and stuff like that to do.”

Clemson, East Carolina, Georgia, North Carolina, North Carolina St., South Carolina and Central Florida have all offered Terry, and he said the Tigers are in his top four, along with South Carolina, Georgia and Florida St.

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