2018 Los Angeles (Calif.) Augustus Hawkins four-star linebacker Victor Terry opens up about Michigan.

Victor Terry is yet another standout talent on a loaded Los Angeles (Calif.) Augustus Hawkins team. The 2018 four-star linebacker stood out at Michigan's satellite camp at his school late last month, and now his interest in the Maize & Blue is on the rise.

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2018 Los Angeles (Calif.) Augustus Hawkins four-star outside linebacker Victor Terry is slowly beginning to make a name for himself.

Already with four scholarship offers from Boston College, Ball State, Fresno State and Nevada, Terry recently participated in one of Michigan's satellite camps.

"Thoughts on this camp today was like I just got better, competing with other linebackers in this camp, getting a lot of reps and trying to get better," Terry told The Michigan Insider.

At 6-foot-2, 207-pounds and boasting a 4.8 40 time, Terry will certainly command more offers moving forward.

Whether or not a scholarship comes from the Wolverines remains to be seen but Terry likes what he's seen from Michigan's program, receiving special attention from defensive coordinator Don Brown in Ann Arbor.

"Actually when I went on a visit up there with B2G he was talking to me a lot," Terry said. 

"He said he liked me and liked my film. Today, I just saw that as a perfect opportunity to show them what I could do."

Entering year two as the head coach at Michigan, Jim Harbaugh definitely made an impression on Terry.

"Coach Harbaugh just has a lot of energy," Terry said. "The coolest coach I've honestly ever met before."

"I'm not even going to lie I liked it a lot," Terry added about Michigan. "The coaches, I felt like they were interacting with me a lot and made me feel at home. The weather was just kind of cold."

Terry says he plans to announce his commitment on national signing day in a year and a half, squarely focused on several key factors.

"The environment, how the coaches interact with their players and if I feel at home," he said.


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