40 time: 4.7
From: Sacramento, California
High School: Grant
As a junior, Terrance Pritchett recorded 135 tackles and nine sacks on defense. On offense, at tight end, he had 136 yards receiving and one touchdown.
Grant Head Coach Michael Alberghini speaks out on his star player. "Terrance has great knowledge of the game, plays extremely hard and I think he's going to be an extremely good linebacker in college. He reminds a lot of former UCLA linebacker, Spencer Havner. He's not quite as tall, but he's more physical and both are intelligent players. Terrance seems to be getting bigger, he's over 6-3 now, and he has a tremendous upside. When people see him they are impressed with his height and shoulder size, which will allow him to fill out. Also, when you watch his film, you can see that he plays with a real big motor."
The Grant product speaks on himself. "I can make my reads quick and I have good speed," Pritchett boasts. "I am a good tackler and I can cover."
He is claiming current written offers from Washington, Washington State, Colorado, Arizona, and San Diego State. "My top schools are Arizona, UCLA, Notre Dame, Cal, and Virginia Tech. I also like Colorado a little bit. My favorite would have to be Virginia Tech. I am not really hearing from them yet, but I hope to soon."
The linebacker says that CU offered him last month. "Coach Tucker from Colorado called Coach Alberghini and told him they really liked me and wanted to offer me. Then I spoke with Coach Tucker and he said that he liked the way I played and that they could use a linebacker like me. He said they have been watching me since my sophomore year."
Of all the schools that have offered, Pritchett says Arizona is staying the most consistent with his recruitment. "Arizona is definitely after me the hardest. I speak with their coaches more than any others."
Pritchett carries a 3.5 core GPA and scored an 820 on the SAT. He is taking it again on June 3rd. Engineering is the major he is thinking of taking on.