Could the former 'South Carolina Mr. Football' head back home? Jim Dedmon USA TODAY Sports
In 2013, 'South Carolina Mr. Football' Tramel Terry disappointed a lot of in-state fans -- as he spurned South Carolina and Clemson to sign with Georgia.
Fast-forward two years, and the Goose Creek native could be making a return to The Palmetto State.
In an interview with The State, the former Rivals.com 4-star recruit is heavily considering South Carolina after his transfer from Georgia. After tearing his ACL just prior to enrolling, Terry redshirted as a freshman. He then was moved to the defensive side of the ball as a cornerback -- before playing sparingly. Terry initially was slated to play as either a running back or a receiver.
Currently, Terry is looking at South Carolina, Duke, and Jacksonville State. Fully healthy, he plans on participating as a running back -- his desired position.
Should South Carolina sign him, it'd be getting a versatile athlete with considerable athleticism.
"South Carolina stands out. It's home," said Terry. "I pretty much know everybody on the team. It wouldn't be like I was going somewhere random."
Terry plans on taking an official visit to Columbia once a new head coaching staff is in place.
(h/t The State)
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