For a second time, athlete Tramel Terry of Goose Creek, regarded as the state's top prospect for 2013, has decided to play his college football at Georgia.
Terry said his reason for picking the Bulldogs was simple.
"I love it," he said.
Terry committed a first time to Georgia last summer after attending one of the Bulldogs' camps. But he softened on that position during the football season and took another close look at USC and Clemson. He visited both multiple times, including junior days at both earlier this year.
Terry grew tired of the recruiting process and decided to end things Tuesday with his commitment to the Dogs.
Terry is an electric offensive player. Last season he had 2,031 all purpose yards and scored 20 touchdowns on offense. He can play running back or receiver, and he also is a prospect as a cornerback.