Georgia commitment visits Clemson

One of Georgia's 2013 commitments was in Tigertown on Saturday for Clemson's 38-24 win over the Auburn.

CB Tramel Terry Profile

It marked the first-time Goose Creek High School junior Tramel Terry visited Clemson since the Dabo Swinney Football Camp.

Less than a month after his June camp stay in Clemson, Terry committed to Georgia while on a trip to Athens.

"I'm still interested in them. I'm still looking at Clemson," Terry told on Sunday. "They're still towards the top."

Saturday was a good experience.

"It was a crazy atmosphere. The game was pretty good. It was a great game. I got to watch Sammy Watkins do his thing. It was fun," he said.

Terry, who was in town with high school teammate and Clemson commitment T.J. Burrell, met with recruiter of note, Tony Elliott.

"Coach Elliott and I have a great relationship," Terry said.

The four-star will see Elliott again next week when Clemson play Florida State. He's already planned to return to Tigertown for that 3:30 showdown.

Trips to South Carolina and Georgia for games are also in the works.

Behind Georgia is a group of three schools -- South Carolina, Clemson and Florida State, in order.

Georgia: I've always been a Georgia fan. When I went up there, it just sunk it. It's fun. I've still got to do a lot of looking around to do. I've been there once.

South Carolina: It's just like home when I go there. I know everybody that's up there. It's like family.

Clemson: It's an engineering school, and that's possibly what I want to get a degree in. I'm still kind of young, so I've still got time to look. I'm looking at them. That's a good school to go to.

Florida State: I went there this summer. It was crazy. The stadium, they've got class rooms in the stadium. I had a good time when I went up there. I'll have to make a trip back down there to check it out more.

As a sophomore, he caught 28 passes for 606 yards and five touchdowns, and added three more scores rushing. Terry also returned 12 kicks for 303 yards. Top Stories