"San Diego State and Kansas both have officially offered me," said Terry. "During the spring, UNLV, UCLA, USC, Fresno State, Colorado State and Kansas all came by. I think UNLV could be offering me soon."
Terry said he was wide open at the time, but admitted his favorite school was UCLA. "They were where I always wanted to go and I grew up watching them. If they offered me, I could possibly commit."
He attended the Nike Camp in Los Angeles, running a 4.7 forty, jumping 33 inches and doing 17 reps on the bench. Overall, he was one of the standout defensive players on the day.
He said of his experience at the camp: "A lot of people don't know me, so that was a good chance for me to show I can play. We don't get as much pub as some schools do, so I was glad to show what I can do."
During the summer, Terry plans to camp at San Diego State and USC, but won't be able to make the UCLA camp because of a scheduling conflict.
When it comes to a college choice, Terry said, "I won't be making an early decision, unless it is really a good one. I kind of want to make some visits." As a junior, Terry tallied 100 tackles, eight sacks, one interception and one safety, while being named to the all-South Coast second team.
Academically, Terry has a 3.0 GPA.