UGA football recruiting: WR committ Tramel Terry to make official visit to Clemson

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Tramel Terry, a wide receiver prospect who has twice committed to UGA, will reportedly make an official visit to Clemson. The 5'11, 193-pound wideout has drawn comparisons to A.J. Green.

Georgia Bulldogs recruit Tramel Terry's status is once again up in the air, reports the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The 5'11, 193-pound prospect from Goose Creek High School in South Carolina has twice committed to Georgia, but will be making an official visit to Clemson and may not make his final decision until December.

Terry, a four-star recruit, was No. 38 in a ranking of wide receivers by Rivals.com, who list him as having a 4.4 40-yard dash. Terry was also ranked 42nd in the ESPN 150. The receiver has drawn comparisons to A.J. Green, has been praised for his ability to line up anywhere on the field and has the speed and hands to make big plays down the field. Clemson is recruiting Terry as a running back.

The Bulldogs have had a number of issues with committed prospects lately, as they just lost defensive tackle recruit Kelsey Griffin to South Carolina.

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