Terry Levy (WR, Kosciusko, MS) - It is refreshing when you run by a prospect who actually gives you lower numbers than what is reported. For instance, how many 6' 3", 200, 4.5 listed prospects end up at 6' 1", 185, with 4.7 speed when they show up to your campus?
"> Terry Levy (WR, Kosciusko, MS) - It is refreshing when you run by a prospect who actually gives you lower numbers than what is reported. For instance, how many 6' 3", 200, 4.5 listed prospects end up at 6' 1", 185, with 4.7 speed when they show up to your campus?
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"I just love everything about Ole Miss"

<font face="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2"><b><a href="http://scout.scout.com/a.z?s=177&p=8&cfg=null&c=1&nid=1761377">Terry Levy</a></b> (WR, Kosciusko, MS) - It is refreshing when you run by a prospect who actually gives you lower numbers than what is reported. For instance, how many 6' 3&quot;, 200, 4.5 listed prospects end up at 6' 1&quot;, 185, with 4.7 speed when they show up to your campus?<br>

The recruiting world has grown tremendously, and so has the knowledge of the recruits. They know the game, so when you run by a straight up talking prospect, it gives you that since that this recruit has some self confidence. No need in playing around with his numbers, he knows that he has what it takes.

Terry definitely has that quiet confidence. He is not an outspoken young man, just a yes sir/no sir type of person, but it is that quiet confidence that he brings to the table that separates him from the pack. And why would Levy not be confident? All he has done in the past two years is catch over 100 passes for 25 TD's. And while he has roamed the safety position for the Whippets, Terry has over 10 career interceptions and a 109 tackles. And folks, the kid is just a junior!

Levy will carry the preseason tag as Mississippi's top rated WR for the 2006 Class. Will he keep the throne when it counts, after his senior season? We sure would not bet against this kid.

Terry committed to the University of Mississippi last week.


The following information was revealed during our interview with Terry Levy:


What is your current height, weight, and forty time? "I am 6' 3", 190, and I run a 4.5 forty."

Which position are you mainly being recruited to play on the next level? "Wide receiver."

What are your strengths at wide receiver? "I just feel like I can make things happen with the ball in my hands. My height gives me the advantage too."

What are you working on for the next level? "My routes."

Which football camps did you get a chance to attend last summer? "I went to Ole Miss', MSU's, and Alabama's passing camps."

Where are you going this summer? "I know I am going to the Nike Camp at Ole Miss. I have not talked to my coach about the others yet."

How long have you been starting for Kosciusko? "Since my 10th grade year."

Where did you play each year? "I started at WR my sophomore year. This past year, I started at wide receiver and safety."

What were your stats? "In 10th grade, I had 65 catches for 625 yards and 14 TD's. Last year, I had 35 catches for 635 yards and 11 TD's. On defense, I had 6 interceptions and I returned 2 of them back for TD's. I also had 4 special team's TD's."

Awards for both years? "I made 1st Team All-Region both years."

How did Kosciusko's go last year? "We went 8-4 and lost in the 2nd round of the 4A playoffs to Lafayette County."

What were your thoughts on Justin Woodall, the defensive back/wide receiver for Lafayette County? "Justin, well, he had a great game against us. He had 2 or 3 TD's. I can not remember. He is a great player. I have never faced anyone as good as Justin."

Did you commit to Ole Miss? "Yes sir."

Who else was recruiting you before your commitment to Ole Miss? "Mainly MSU and Rice, but Tennessee had started to come on some."

Why did you choose Ole Miss? "It is a great school, and they have a great staff."

Have you ever taken an unofficial visit to Ole Miss? "Yes sir. I went to like every home game they had last year, and I am suppose to go on Saturday to meet with Coach Orgeron."

What attracted you to Ole Miss while you were on your visits? "I just like everything about it up there. I told me dad last year that if they offered me, I was going. I have always been a big Ole Miss fan. Their new indoor (playing) field and locker rooms are top notch. All of their facilities are just really nice. And where they go to study. They have a great place to study, and really, just everything you need. They have it. They say they have a great field too."

Are you bringing your parents with you to meet with Coach Orgeron on Saturday (today)? "Yes sir, I am going to bring my parents."

Will you still take your allowed official visits next year? "Well, most likely I will not, but it all depends on what Coach O tells us."

Terry carries a "C" average and has yet to take the ACT test.

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