UGA redshirt sophomore defensive back Tramel Terry will transfer to another school, head coach Mark Richt announced Wednesday evening.
Terry is transferring from Georgia in order to find more playing time.
“Playing time is important to every player and I understand the way he feels,” said Richt. “We wish him nothing but success at his next school and will assist any way we can in the process.”
Tramel Terry (6-0, 195) signed with the Dawgs in February of 2012. He is a native of Goose Creek, South Carolina (Goose Creek High School) and was rated as a four-star prospect by ESPN, Rivals.com, and Scout.com.
“I appreciate the opportunity provided by Georgia,” said Terry. “I have many friends there but believe I’ll have a better chance for playing time somewhere else.”
Terry played in all three games this season and recorded one solo tackle, one assisted tackle, and a forced fumble.
Last season, Terry played in 10 games and recorded three solo tackles, three assisted tackles, one interception, and one pass break-up.