The Throwback: Mr. Versatility

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Josh Kendall writes about Mr. Versatility, 2013 Georgia signee Tramel Terry, in today's Dawg Post Throwback.


IRMO, S.C. – It used to be easier to leave this place.

There was a time when South Carolina and Clemson didn't provide much to entice an elite college football recruit. The pull of the home state school could only hold up so well against a backdrop of mediocre football. But now, the Gamecocks are in the midst of their best run in the program's history and the Tigers are coming off an ACC title.

More and more, top-tier talent is staying home.

But Tramel Terry is leaving.

"It's a done deal," the nation's 18th-best wide receiver said.

"There was about a 20-year span there where (South Carolina prospects) were going all over the place," Goose Creek head coach Chuck Reedy said. "That's why Clemson or Carolina neither one was worth a damn for about 20 years. But now you see those kids that are staying in state."

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