Georgia Bulldogs recruiting: 4-star commit suffers serious injury

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One of UGA's top commits for 2013 hurt his knee during an All-Star Game this weekend.

The Georgia Bulldogs have been on quite a roll in recent years on the recruiting trail. While head coach Mark Richt and his staff have done another fine job locking up talent for 2013, one of their more highly regarded commits reportedly suffered a serious knee injury on Saturday.

Tramel Terry, a four-star athlete who was named South Carolina's Mr. Football earlier in the month, might have torn his ACL in a High School Shrine Bowl, according to a report from the Atlanta Journal Constitution. It is not confirmed that the 6'0, 190-pound prospect out of Goose Creek High School in South Carolina tore the ligament, although that tends to be the common belief as of Saturday night.

Terry was expected to become a student at Georgia over the winter break, which would make him eligible for spring practices. It is unclear if the injury will sideline him for any substantial period of time.

Here is some video of Terry in action:

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