A five stars response to Georgia fans who had criticized the 2025 prospect’s

A five stars response to Georgia fans who had criticized the 2025 prospect’s

Georgia 5-star DL commit Justus Terry is keeping his options open, but the  Bulldogs are 'still at the top' - On3

The Bulldogs supporter initially took offense to Georgia’s top 2025 target.

Justus Terry, a five-star defensive line recruit, responded to a Georgia fan who had criticized the 2025 prospect’s choice to make an official visit to Alabama this weekend on social media. “This ain’t it,” the Bulldogs supporter wrote in response to Terry’s most recent Instagram post, which included multiple images from his trip to Tuscaloosa. Terry gave a clown emoji in response.

Terry is a five-star prospect who is ranked as the No. 2 defensive linemen and the No. 12 overall prospect in the 2025 class. On June 19, he announced his withdrawal from USC, and Georgia soon acquired five Crystal Ball selections. On May 31, he made an official visit to Athens. This weekend, he traveled to Tuscaloosa.

Terry told Dawgs247 that Georgia’s recruiting efforts are a “marathon” and that he intends to decide in December, though he may decide as early as July: “I’ll know my decision by December. Actually, I’ll make up my mind by July, but I’ll hold off until December.”

With a good start to the 2025 recruiting season, USC made progress toward a defensive comeback. However, this momentum was abruptly stopped when five-star defensive end Terry and fellow recruit Isaiah Gibson withdrew their commitments to the university this past week. Prior to their decommitments, the Trojans had a top-10 class in 2025; they are currently ranked No. 15 in the recruitment rankings.

Head coach of USC’s defensive ends Shaun Nua posted on social media, saying, “We will always respect the decisions each young man and their families make, and we wish them well.” “We also have faith in our fellow foxhole mates, particularly the fighters with whom we are about to engage in combat. The objective will always be to locate the BEST TROJANS. Please remember that this is still USC.

As a junior, Terry led Manchester (Ga.) to an 11-3 record and the program’s first trip in the state championship game in 26 years. On his way to being named to the MaxPreps Junior All-America second team, he amassed 78 tackles, 6.5 tackles for loss, 13.0 sacks, two pass breakups, and two forced fumbles.


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