Tramel Terry Re-Commits To Georgia Football, According To Reports

Goose Creek, S.C. wide receiver and cornerback Tramel Terry has affirmed his commitment to the Georgia Bulldogs after backing off, according to multiple reports. He's rated a four-star by Rivals and is ranked among the top 150 recruits in the country.

Terry committed to UGA at Dawg Night 2011, but decided to take a look around after that. Bringing him back aboard would give the Dawgs eight commits for 2013. He'd still be the first wide receiver in the class, though if he were to decide to play both ways a la Brandon Boykin and Malcolm Mitchell, he could be counted as DB commit No. 4.

He had offers from all across the Southeast and as far away as the USC Trojans and Notre Dame Fighting Irish. At 6' tall and 190 pounds, he's the kind of speed guy that Aaron Murray's eventual successor could use.

For more on UGA football, visit Georgia blog Dawg Sports, plus SEC blog Team Speed Kills and SB Nation Atlanta.

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