Terrell Roberson is not sure what kind of interest he is going to get, but the two camps he's went to this summer worked out pretty well. At the Schuman's Underclassman Combine in May, as a corner, Roberson earned Overall MVP honors at the combine. He ran a 4.59 forty, a 4.28 shuttle and a 34.5 vertical jump.
"I was just going there to have a good time," Roberson said. "I was not thinking about winning, and then I did. I was surprised."
Roberson then went to Pitt's prospect camp, where his good friend Ifill will be a freshman this year. This time, Roberson worked out with the running backs. As a junior, he amassed 700 yards on the ground. As a senior, this year, he is expected to be more of an every down back. He will also take over the job of returning kicks and punts, as Ifill and Christian had done.
He did enjoy working out in front of the Pitt coaches.
"It was good, I did okay out there," Roberson said. "I worked out with the running backs. I just learned how to pass block, and how to get the proper form for taking on the linebackers. (Pitt coaches) were very friendly, and they wanted to help me out."
Outside of that, Roberson isn't sure of what kind of interest he is going to get.
"I'm not really hearing from anybody," Roberson added. "I talked to (Pitt) a little, their recruiting coaches a little. I'm just waiting for something to come at me."