In-State WR talks Clemson

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Tramel Terry - Wide Receiver
TigerNet: (4.31)

Height: 5-11   Weight: 170   Hometown: Goose Creek, SC (Goose Creek HS)   Class: 2013

From SCSportsSource:

Do you have any visits scheduled to any schools coming up?

"I’m getting ready to leave to go to Clemson today on an unofficial visit."

Can you give us some insight into your thoughts about the two instate schools (South Carolina & Clemson) and their recruitment of you?

"They both show me a lot of love. I’m real thankful that my recruiters are more than just recruiters. They are just like friends to me. Especially Tony Elliott of Clemson. I call him about anything. Most of the time I call him, It’s not even about football, it’s just about life in general. It’s good to know that if I go to Clemson, I’ll have someone there who is going to look after me, and even if I don’t go to Clemson I know I can always talk to him and that he’s going to be there for me."

How is Clemson talking about using you if you were to go there?

"I’m doing so well at playing running back and wide receiver that they don’t know how they might specifically use me. They say they could use me in a lot of ways though. Whatever they want me to play, I’d play though. I’d be happy just to be a part of something."

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Terry caught 22 passes for over 600 yards and eight touchdowns as a sophomore, despite missing five games with an ankle injury. He was a one time UGA commitment. He has visited UGA, Clemson, and South Carolina.

View more information on this prospect: TigerNet's Tramel Terry Recruiting Profile
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