Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
Former Georgia football player Tramel Terry, who recently announced his intentions to leave Athens, could be heading to South Carolina. Per

“South Carolina stands out,” he said. “It’s home. I pretty much know everybody on the team. It wouldn’t be like I was going somewhere random.”
Terry, standout at receiver at Goose Creek High School in South Carolina, converted to defensive back once he got to Georgia but sees himself returning to the offensive side of the ball at his next school.

“I already know what I can do with the ball in my hands,” he said. “Steve Spurrier Jr. started recruiting me when I was a freshman in high school. He knows what I can do.”
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Carolina_Girl103 months
Too bad Bubba won't be around too much longer, huh? This must be the ONE player he concentrated on that year. God knows he didn't do much of anything else. Bye Felicia.
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CockInYourEar103 months
Perry Orth, Hayden Hurst, Sean Kelly...we have a really great walk on program.
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