"The atmosphere was crazy, I cannot describe it any other way. The noise was like Alabama, but when Georgia had the ball, the fans were quiet, so I loved that. It wasn't like that at Alabama, they were loud all of the time.
"The coaches showed me a lot of love too. I talked to a bunch of them and they all had good things to say. Coach [Mark] Richt told me he was glad to see me, that he wants to see me there more often, and that he needs me to be a Bulldog. It was great."
Terry kind of got caught up in the moment back in July when he verbally committed to the Dawgs, but he knows he likes UGA a lot, and that they will be at the top of his list until the end.
"I shouldn't have committed, I know that, but I really like Georgia," he said. "I like the people there, I loved the atmosphere, and I have some friends that will be going there.
"I know I could fit in real well at Georgia and I could definitely see myself there. I love downtown Athens, I love the fans, and Georgia is still up there for me."
Scout currently has Terry rated as a cornerback, but he is athletic enough to play wide receiver or even running back on the next level.