LB Terrell Manning Profile
6-3, 205-pound star linebacker Terrell Manning, out of Laurinburg, N.C., knows his college destination.
He just hasn't let anybody else know ... yet.
"It is always a work in progress," he told CUTigers.com in a recent interview. "As of right now I really know where I want to go. I am just spending time making sure it is the right decision."
When will the rest of the college football world find out where the 4-star linebacker will attend college?
"I am going to make my announcement Friday at 1:00. I am having a press conference," replied Manning. "I have had my mind made up for about a week or so."
What were the deciding factors when Manning decided on his college destination?
"It was playing time. I will love to play in their defense because they always have a good defense. I am just looking out for my future. Playing time was the most important thing," replied Manning.
The top linebacker also said he feels a sense of relief now that he has made his decision.
"I feel very relieved. I feel comfortable with my decision," said Manning. "It will be one of my top three schools from the last couple of weeks. Either Virginia Tech, Clemson or North Carolina State."
Decision Made – Announcement Friday
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