Could Tramel Terry commit for a third time?
The 4-star wide receiver from Goose Creek High School has already committed twice to UGA and currently remains pledged to the Bulldogs.
However, Terry quietly took an official visit to Clemson this past weekend, which has created speculation that he may switch his commitment for a third time.
“It wouldn’t surprise me,” Goose Creek coach Chuck Reedy told DawgNation’s Radi Nabulsi.
Reedy, who is a former head coach at Baylor and Clemson assistant, told TigerIllustrated’s Ryan Bartow that an announcement could come during December’s Shrine Bowl all-star game.
He also told the website that Clemson is recruiting Terry at running back.
The first time that Terry committed to UGA was two summers ago, as one of three 2014 players that pledged at Dawg Night prospect camp, along with Camden County High School QB Brice Ramsey and 5-star RB Derrick Henry of Yulee, Fla. Henry later backed off his pledged and presently intend to sign with Alabama.
Two months later, Terry re-opened his recruitment to include both Clemson and South Carolina because he felt like he “rushed” his initial decision.
Flash forward to last March, and Terry committed to UGA again.
Last week, before his trip to Clemson, Terry explained to the AJC why he wanted to take an official visit to UGA.
“I’m just going to Clemson; that’s all I can say about that. I’m 100 percent going to sign with Georgia. With Clemson, I want to take my official visits. I would take all of them, if I had time.”
Now the Clemson trip may turn out to be more than just an afterthought.
WE’RE LESS THAN FOUR MONTHS AWAY FROM SIGNING DAY
– By Michael Carvell, AJC Recruiting Blog
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