WR Tramel Terry Profile
Senior offensive tackle Brandon Shell, junior outside linebacker T.J. Burrell and sophomore wide receiver Tramel Terry are hoping to visit Clemson for this weekend's game against Miami.
"We all plan on coming up there, me, T.J. and Brandon," Terry recently told CUTigers.
He's yet to make it up to Clemson for a visit and there are a few things he'll be on the lookout for.
"How the coaches interact with us recruits. How the players are there. At USC, they make me feel like I'm a part of the team already," Terry said.
He was in Columbia twice earlier this season—for the Georgia and Furman games. Right now, his only visits will be to schools inside the state.
"I would go up to Georgia, maybe. But it'll probably just be South Carolina and Clemson," Terry said.
Clemson, South Carolina, Georgia, North Carolina and East Carolina have all offered. Terry's top-two consists of South Carolina and Georgia.
Where does Clemson stand?
"They're probably third—I don't know. Maybe when I got up there, it'll change," he said. "I'm still young so I've still got time to think about it."
Terry, who is just a sophomore, is recovering from an ankle injury and he's only had 9 catches for 212 yards and a pair of touchdowns.
As a freshman last season, he grabbed 26 receptions for 400 yards.
Future star WR headed to Clemson
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