KISSIMMEE, Fla.—Just passing along some quick updates following the first day of practice for the Under Armour All-America game.
The practices are being held at the ESPN Wide World of Sports at the Disney World resort complex before Friday’s game in St. Petersburg.
–Receiver Tramel Terry from Goose Creek, S.C., said he will undergo ACL surgery on his left knee this Friday. The Georgia commitment obviously is not playing in the all-star game, but made the trip here. He’s leaving town on Wednesday and still plans to enroll early at Georgia.
“I should be back in about five or six months,” he said. “If I need to redshirt, then I will. That’s not the plan. I’m planning on coming back and coming back stronger.”
–Cornerback Shaq Wiggins from Sandy Creek is a Georgia commitment that can be considered a “soft” verbal in recruiting parlance. He’s already taken his official visit to Georgia and is going to South Carolina, Florida, Ole Miss and Texas A&M.
“I’m just trying to figure some things out,” he said.
–Running back Alvin Kamara from Norcross is setting up his vists.
“Definitely Georgia and Alabama,” he said. “Wherever else I can get to or I’m interested in getting to then that’s where I’ll go.”
He doesn’t seem phased by Georgia having the freshmen duo of Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall and Alabama having freshman T.J. Yeldon.
“Competition is no problem with me,” he said.
More on those guys down the road.
I saw linebacker Reuben Foster, the one-time Auburn commitment, but he wasn’t stopping for interviews today.
Kipp Adams of ESPN.com reported that defensive tackle Montravius Adams from Dooly High, another Georgia target, is still bothered by an ankle injury from the state championship game and was on the trainer’s table during practice.
Georgia quarterback commitment Brice Ramsey from Camden County is also playing in the game.
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