Tramel Terry felt good in Athens

Tramel Terry has not been to Athens since he committed to the Dawgs at Dawg Night in July. He's since backed off that commitment, but he said it felt good to be back on Saturday.

"Georgia just put a beat-down on Auburn," said a laughing Tramel Terry. "Georgia controlled the entire game and just beat them bad. I am glad I was there for that game, it was a lot of fun.

"It was my first game at Georgia and it was great. I spent time with commitments Brice Ramsey, Derrick Henry, John Theus, and a few mores, so that was cool.

"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."

South Carolina is up there as well and both Alabama and Clemson have made strong impressions on the 5-foot-11, 185 pound junior out of Goose Creek, S.C. as well this fall.

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.

Chad Simmons is a National Recruiting Analyst for FOX Sports/Scout and he started out with Scout in 2003 covering top talent in Georgia and the South. He then moved on to another Recruiting Service from 2004-2008 before returning to Scout the first of 2009 to become South Recruiting Manager.
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