"The spring is going very good for our team right now," Terrence Brooks said. "We are very competitive and you know how speed kills, well we have a lot of it. I have been playing a little bit of everything including wide receiver, running back, corner, free safety and quarterback. On offense we have so much speed and our defense is fast and flat out nasty."
Florida, Tulane, South Florida, Central Florida, Ole Miss and Miami have all visited Dunnellon High School so far this spring. When asked about what team might be the rival game to watch this season, Brooks replied, "We don't really have a rival game this year because we are going to dominate."
Words that he intends to back up on and off the field.
"This year I have to make sure my team is very consistent," he said. "We sometimes are on a up and down kind of thing but that won't be the case this year."
In 2008, Brooks recorded more than 500 yards rushing and 500 yards receiving. He scored between 10-15 touchdowns. He had six interceptions, three pass breakups and two forced fumbles on defense. He was named all-county on offense and earned an honorable mention on defense.
Florida State, Central Florida, Miami and Purdue have offered at this time.
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