LB/S Terrell Terry
6-1, 200, 4.55
Upson-Lee High School
The 6-1, 200 pound prospect got off to a good start in his final season with Upson-Lee last weekend. "I had about 70 rushing yards rushing and scored one touchdown on a 35-yard pass. On defense I had about five tackles," Terry told CUTigers.com.
The two-way standout is projected as a linebacker or safety at the next level. "I am playing strong or free safety this year," said Terry. "On offense I play skat back. I don't care where I play (in college) as long as I get some playing time."
When asked who his favorites are at this time, Terry responded, "I like Georgia, Auburn, Clemson, Mississippi and Miami right now. That is my top five."
The Georgia standout will be catching a lot of games on Saturday's this fall. "I am going to try to go to Auburn's first game. They sent me a lot of mail about it. I also want to go to Georgia. I want to go to a few others, but haven't made plans yet," said Terry.
When will the talented athlete be ready to make a commitment? "I want to wait until after the season. After I visit a couple of schools I will be ready to make a decision," he said.
What will Terry be looking for in his school of choice? "I am going to look at who recruits me the hardest. I am also going to look at playing time and how I get along with the coaching staff," he added.
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