"Auburn and Georgia have called me since September. They were asking me about coming to the campus and watching the games. I was going to go on Saturday to Auburn but I have to take the ACT," Terrell Terry said.
Those two schools currently lead for Terry.
"I like Auburn, Georgia, Clemson, Georgia Tech, Alabama and Notre Dame. I got two favorites right now. I like Auburn and Georgia a lot."
What stands out about each of those programs individually?
Auburn: "I like their defensive coordinator and their running scheme."
Georgia: "I like their running backs and their defense is hard nosed."
Terrell had a highly productive game on Friday night.
"I had 52 rushing yards and 2 touchdowns on Friday. I also had 5 tackles and 1 interception."
The Central GA native plans to attend games at Georgia, Georgia Tech and Auburn this fall…
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