Graves Names Top Two

Terrance Graves from Ursuline High School is one of the top players in Ohio. Graves is being recruited by several big schools, both as a running back and a safety. The Tigers moved in with an offer early on, and things look to be in good shape headed into the regular season.

Terrance Graves, one of the top athletes in the Buckeye State, currently has offers on the table from Central Michigan, Cincinnati, Eastern Michigan, Louisiana and North Carolina.

Several other schools, including Clemson, Maryland, Oklahoma, South Carolina, and Virginia are in hot pursuit. "I'd say North Carolina and Clemson are recruiting me the hardest right now," Graves said in a recent interview.

Graves could play as a running back or a safety on the collegiate level. Last season he had 110 carries for 1187 yards and 18 touchdowns in just 7 games of action on the football field.

In terms of leaders, Graves leaves little doubt about which schools are atop his list. "North Carolina and Clemson for sure. I really like ACC schools better than Big Ten schools," said Graves.

"The game seems to be faster in the ACC. In the Big Ten it just seems like they just hand it off and run. In the ACC, they throw it to the backs sometimes. Plus it is warmer in the ACC. It gets pretty cold up here."

We will continue to keep you upated on Terrance Graves throughout the upcoming season. Thanks to the folks over at for their contributions to this report. Top Stories