Del City (Okla.) quarterback Terry Wilson is seeing his recruitment take off, with new offers from Nebraska last week and now Texas Tech.
The spread quarterback recruit, standing tall at 6-foot-3, 192 pounds, was evaluated in person by Tech offensive coordinator Eric Morris. Morris evidently saw enough.
"Coach Morris came and watched me throw, and about 45 minutes later my head coach told me to call Coach [Kliff] Kingsbury. I called him and that's when he actually offered me."
The standout signal-caller was excited to receive an offer directly from Kingsbury, and had good things to say about the school in Lubbock.
"I've always been a fan of Texas Tech, ever since I was a little kid. I always thought they were the best team in the Big 12. I haven't been keeping track of them lately. I've got some researching to do."
Wilson, still just a junior, is already giving serious thought to what he wants to major in when he goes off to college.
"I really want to major in sports management or sports science, something like that."
He operates Del City's spread offense, which usually features four wide receivers, some zone read, and some quarterback runs. The dual-threat suffered a setback during his sophomore season when he broke his collarbone, but rebounded with an impressive 2014 campaign - throwing for 2,856 yards with 24 touchdowns and ten interceptions, while adding another 194 yards and four touchdowns on the ground.
He is setting up visit plans right now, but doesn't have a date in stone to visit Lubbock.
"Yeah I'm taking a visit down to Nebraska June 13th. That's the only visit I have set up. I do look forward to taking a visit down to Texas Tech, soon."
The quarterback wants to commit before the season, but with all the new offers coming in, he might re-think that as the summer draws to a close. With several offers under his belt, Wilson has a favorite school standing out.
"My favorite right now is Nebraska. They're on top right now."
The Del City prospect has offers from Colorado, Houston, Indiana, Memphis, Nebraska, New Mexico State, San Diego State, Texas Tech, and UNLV. He reports interest from Kansas State, Oklahoma, and Oklahoma State.