Florida LB excited over Cyclones offer

Bradenton Southeast (FL) High School's Terron Williams now has six scholarship offers but there are two schools that currently hold the lead for his services.

"I like them all but Western Kentucky and Iowa State are on top for me right now," said Williams. "Iowa State was the first school to recruit me and Western Kentucky was the first school to offer me a scholarship. They just really impressed me because it showed how much they believe in me."

The 6-foot-2, 210-pound outside linebacker also has offers from Bowling Green, FIU, Towson, and Wofford. He told Cyclone Sports Report that getting his offer from Iowa State was truly a highlight.

"It was really shocking to me because they had been recruiting me but I didn't have an offer yet," said Williams. "Then the other day my mom said there was a letter in the mail for me and I opened it up and it was an official scholarship offer from Iowa State. It was really exciting because it gives me a chance to possibly play in the Big 12."

Terron has mostly been in touch with Iowa State defensive coordinator Wally Burnham during the recruiting process.

"I have spoken with him and he wanted to make it up for one their camps but it looks like my visit to Iowa State will be in the fall for a home game," he said. "He told me that the Iowa State staff likes how I flip my hips in order to stop people and that he also said that he likes how I fill holes and that he noticed on my film that I'm always around the ball."

So will Terron be making a decision this summer?

"No, I want to wait until I take all my visits so it will probably be in the fall," he said. "The most important thing will be how quickly I can get on the field because I am just looking for a chance to play and compete right away."


AllCyclones Top Stories