Goose Creek's Tramel Terry tells Clemson's coaches he's sticking with Georgia

Tigers had made strong push for state's top-ranked senior prospect

Football Recruiting - Tramel Terry

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Football Recruiting - Tramel Terry

Clemson's long recruiting push to sway Tramel Terry from his Georgia commitment has proved unsuccessful, as the Goose Creek, S.C. star informed numerous recruiting websites on Sunday that he plans to stick with the Bulldogs.

Terry, the state's top-rated player for the 2013 recruiting cycle, was being recruited for a hybrid running back-receiver position by the Tigers.

Terry called his lead recruiter, Tony Elliott, and informed him of his decision.

Terry plans to have a small signing ceremony at his high school on Friday, and will enroll at Georgia in January.

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dawgnsc writes:

Welcome to the Dawg Nation young man!

Bigboots writes:

At least he will get to see Clemson play early next year.
Big mistake, son. Live and learn.

cuGIZ82 writes:

Dang...can't get them all. Wish we could always keep the top in-state talent in-state.

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