Tramel Terry visits Alabama

Tramel Terry, National 100 cornerback from Goose Creek, S.C., took his first-ever visit to the University of Alabama on Saturday. The game lived up to expectations as LSU defeated the Crimson Tide in overtime.

"The visit was pretty crazy," said Tramel Terry. "There was a lot of energy out there. That was the most people I've ever seen at a football game. It was cool.

"It was very exciting. I knew it would be a big game. They are the two best teams in the country. It was a battle. They are the two best defenses in the nation."

Terry talked with Alabama assistant coach Chris Rumph during the visit. He plans to return to Tuscaloosa.

"That was my first trip there," Terry said. "They have top of the line facilities. I didn't realize the stadium was that big. I like the jumbotons in each corner of the stadium. I liked how everything was designed."

"I can most definitely see myself going back for a visit. It was so loud at the stadium. Their fans have a lot of energy. Alabama is one of the best programs in college football. I picked a good game to go to. I definitely want to go back."

The elite athlete does not list any favorites at this time. He has 14 scholarship offers including Georgia, South Carolina, Clemson, Virginia Tech, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Florida and UCF.

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