Junior WR Tramel Terry (6-0 190) of Goose Creek took an unofficial visit to Virginia Tech last weekend and picked up an offer from the Hokies, his 14th offer. “It was more than I expected,” Terry said of Blacksburg. “It reminded me of Clemson with the hills around the stadium. It was not as loud as Clemson or an SEC game, but it was still loud. And they have nice facilities.” Terry has also been to Clemson and USC for games this season. Clemson recruiter Tony Elliott scouted his game last Friday, and Terry talked to Elliott Monday. He also talked with his USC recruiter Steve Spurrier Jr. last Friday. “I have a good relationship with both of them,” Terry said. “We talk about more than just football.” Terry is going to Tennessee this Saturday for the USC game, and he will go to Alabama the next weekend for the LSU game. He’s looking for offers from both on his visit. And he will be at the Clemson-USC game next month. Terry, who was a Georgia commitment before de-committing last month, said there is no order to the schools. “I’m completely open,” he said. “I’m going to take my time.” So far this season, Terry has 700 rushing yards and about 700 yards receiving.
OL Harrison Davis (6-3 250) of Marietta, GA has committed to The Citadel according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Davis is the son of former Georgia Tech and NFL offensive lineman John Davis.
Junior WR Ahmad Fulwood (6-4 200) of Jacksonville, FL is racking up the offers recently picking up West Virginia and NC State. He adds those two to Clemson, USC, Florida, Miami, Tennessee, Boston College, Duke, Wake Forest, Notre Dame and Ole Miss. The class of 2013 wideout plans to attend Clemson’s game against Wake Forest at Death Valley. “I really like Clemson because they run a good spread offense,” Fulwood said. “They play a lot of young receivers and they’re like number five in the country right now.” He has been to games at Florida when they hosted Florida Atlantic and Alabama and was at Florida State when Oklahoma came to town. He visited USC over the summer and could make a return trip. “I liked USC but I don’t know if I’ll make it to a game this year…we’ll see,” he said. This season, Fulwood has 28 receptions for nearly 800 yards and 17 touchdowns. He does not have any favorites.
Class of 2013 ATH Jadar Johnson (6-1 180) of Orangeburg-Wilkinson has USC, Clemson, Alabama, Florida State, Vanderbilt and Georgia showing interest in him. “I would say USC, Alabama and Vanderbilt are showing the most interest,” Johnson said. “Some schools are looking at me as an athlete and some are looking at me as a cornerback.” Johnson attended the USC-Kentucky game and is heading to Nashville when the Commodores host the Wildcats on November 12th. “I like USC a lot,” he said. “It’s a great environment and the people are really nice.” Johnson camped at Clemson this summer and also has interest in the Tigers. “It’s a really nice place there and I love the coaches,” he said. More visits are in his future to both programs. Johnson plays quarterback, wide receiver and defensive back for his school and has compiled 575 receiving yards, seven total touchdowns and two interceptions. He does not have a favorite.
North Carolina has raided the Palmetto State for her top boys and girls basketball prospects for the 2012 class. Monday Spring Valley’s Xylina McDaniel announced for the Tar Heels. And Wednesday morning, 6-9 Brice Johnson of Edisto, thru his Twitter account, revealed that he, too, would be signing with North Carolina. “Well you guys, it’s Decision Time,” Johnson wrote. “I will be a UNC Tar Heel. Thanks for the all the support. Thanks to everyone and God bless.” Johnson had narrowed his choice to UNC, USC, Clemson, NC State and Florida. He took official visits to UNC, NC State and Florida. As time passed, Johnson eliminated the two in-state programs and then narrowed things to just the Tar Heels and Gators. Florida coach Billy Donovan made a late pitch by visiting Edisto Tuesday. But Johnson had long favored the Tar Heels privately. He will be the third basketball player from the state to sign with North Carolina following Larry Davis and Raymond Felton.