UNC sends Terrell a lot of mail and offered the 5-foot-11, 180-pound athlete from Manassas (Va.) Osbourn Park a scholarship a couple months back.
"They're a good ball club and they're tough," Terrell said. "They have a lot of good players and I probably could contribute to that."
Terrell has received a total of 13 scholarship offers. Other schools highlighting his list of offers are Miami, NC State, Pittsburgh, Texas Tech, UCLA, Virginia, Virginia Tech, and West Virginia.
Last weekend, Terrell visited Pittsburgh and West Virginia. He's scheduled to visit Rutgers this Saturday.
"I'm open to see any school," Terrell said. "I want to see as many schools as possible. I'm just waiting for some more invites to junior days."
Still in the evaluating stages, Terrell says he isn't favoring any schools. He plans to name his final five or six schools before his senior football season begins and make a verbal commitment after the season.
The two most important factors for Terrell when evaluating schools are playing time and position.
Most schools (including UNC) are recruiting Terrell as an athlete with an emphasis on slot receiver. He's also being recruited as a quarterback and cornerback.
"I just want to be on the field with the ball in my hands," Terrell said.
Terrell began his prep career at Manassas Park, where he played quarterback and in five games he threw for 641 yards and four touchdowns and ran for 412 yards and five touchdowns. He transferred to Osbourn Park where he has started at quarterback since his sophomore season.
As a sophomore, Terrell threw for 696 yards and seven touchdowns on 44-of-104 passing and rushed for 920 yards and eight scores on 107 carries. He ended his junior season with 600 yards and seven touchdowns through the air and 1,000 yards and six touchdowns on the ground.