Junior wide receiver Tramel Terry of Goose Creek took an unofficial visit to Virginia Tech recently and picked up an offer from the Hokies football program, his 14th offer.
Terry has also been to Clemson and South Carolina for games this season.He talks regularly with his recruiters from Clemson and USC, Tony Elliott and Steve Spurrier Jr., respectively. "I have a good relationship with both of them. We talk about more than just football."
Terry planned to be at Tennessee over the weekend for the USC game, and he will go to Alabama this 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."
In other recruiting news:
USC and Clemson are both in the battle for DL Jonathan Bullard of Shelby, N.C. This past weekend, he got a look at another of his favorites, Nebraska, as he made his first official visit. He also has Florida and Tennessee on his final list. Bullard's coach, Mark Barnes, said the Gamecocks and Tigers are very much in play. Bullard has said he wants to make his decision in November.
DL Eddie Goldman of Washington, D.C., has taken one official visit thus far to Florida State and, according to his coach, is still in the planning mode for his others. He has been working with a final seven list of Clemson, FSU, Alabama, Cal, Auburn, Miami and Maryland.
DE Kenderius Whitehead of Atlanta last week told Scout.com Clemson and Georgia are tied at the top of his list, with North Carolina behind them. He had planned to go to Clemson for the UNC game but had to take the ACT that day. He plans to take an official visit to Clemson and maybe one to Georgia. He has taken an official visit to UNC. He says he will wait until signing day to announce.
WR Kwinton Smith of Dillon committed to USC earlier this year during a three-day stretch where WR Shaq Roland and WR Jody Fuller committed as well. He has not taken any other visits since the decision. He confirmed that his commitment to USC is very strong but will take other visits. He might visit Florida this weekend.
LB Keith Brown of Miami, who is a Miami commitment and a Clemson target, took an official visit to South Florida recently. He also has visited Clemson and Purdue and will visit Illinois in November. Georgia is possible for a fifth visit.
If USC decides to take a kicker in this class, one candidate is Nick St. Germain of Marietta, Ga. Last season, he made the AP Class AAAA all-state team. USC is showing strong interest, and he plans to take an unofficial visit for the Florida game.
LB Reggie Ragland of Madison, Ala., committed to Alabama last December and is maintaining that position at this point. However, he would like to take a couple other official visits, with one of those being Clemson, where his uncle, Rayfield Ragland, played. He said he would also like to visit UCLA. Clemson has had contact in the past, though nothing of late.
LB Keilin Rayner of Leland, N.C., narrowed his list to USC, Clemson, UNC and Duke and plans to take official visits to each. He was at USC for the Auburn game, and he's also been to Duke and UNC for games. There is no favorite.
LB Nick Dawson of Charlotte continues to take it easy on the recruiting front but does have a top three of Clemson, Louisville and UNC. He plans to take all five official visits, acknowledging that it is highly likely he will visit his top three. Dawson was at the Clemson-FSU and UNC-Rutgers games.He does not have a favorite.
DB Trae Elston of Oxford, Ala., is no longer looking at Clemson. The Tigers were in his top five but stopped contacting him. His top six is LSU, Tennessee, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Florida and FSU.
DL Christian Brown of Bridgeton, N.J., got some interest from Clemson before he moved north from South Florida and would like to hear from them again. His offers include West Virginia, Illinois, Duke, N.C. State, USF, UCF, Kentucky, Minnesota, UAB and Iowa State. He will take his official visit to Illinois on Dec. 9 and WVU two weeks later.
OL Harrison Davis of Marietta, Ga., committed to The Citadel. His father is former Georgia Tech and NFL offensive lineman John Davis.
Junior OL Joey Bloomfield of Louisville, Ky., went to a Clemson game and might be back for the Wake Forest game. Clemson has not offered but is showing interest along with Louisville, Kentucky, Vanderbilt, Tennessee and Mississippi State. He said he will send out a tape to USC to see if there's any interest. He has also been to games at Louisville, Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee and will go to Purdue, Northwestern, Vandy and Penn State for games.
Junior ATH Jadar Johnson (6-1 180) of Orangeburg-Wilkinson has USC, Clemson, Alabama, Florida State, Vandy and Georgia showing interest. Johnson attended the USC-Kentucky game. He camped at Clemson and also has interest in the Tigers. He plays quarterback, wide receiver and defensive back.
Junior WR Ahmad Fulwood (6-4, 200) of Jacksonville, Fla., got offers from WVU and N.C. State. He adds those to Clemson, USC, Florida, Miami, Tennessee, Boston College, Duke, Wake Forest, Notre Dame and Ole Miss.
The wideout plans to attend Clemson's game against Wake. He has been to games at Florida, FSU and Alabama, and he visited USC last summer.
Clemson had a pair of official visits over the weekend. Committed PG Jordan Roper of Irmo and 2012 target 6-10 Landry Nnoko, a native of Cameroon who attends Montverde Academy in Florida. Nnoko has also visited George Washington and plans to visit FSU. He has visited FSU, Florida and USF unofficially.
Signs point toward USC signing 6-9 Tyrone Haughton of Miami next month. He said he has not made a final decision and won't until November. He has taken an official visit to USC and is set to go to Marshall this coming weekend. But he has USC out front. He previously had talked about visiting Alabama, Virginia Tech and Connecticut, but he said at this point he's not looking at anyone else.
Last Monday, top women's recruit 6-2 Xylina McDaniel of Spring Valley announced a commitment to North Carolina, choosing UNC over USC.
LHP Robert Landers of Spartanburg Methodist JC committed to the College of Charleston, according to DiamondProspects.com. He prepped at J.L. Mann.
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