Centennial Receiver Starts Recruiting Process

<b>Terry Richardson</b> is a 6-1, 190-pound receiver from Corona, California and plays for Centennial High School. Terry had a successful senior season, helping lead Centennial to a 10-1 record but ended on a tough note, losing their last game of the season in double- overtime. Now that his season is over, he's looking for bigger and better things at the Division-1 level.

"I can play receiver or defensive back, it doesn't matter to me," Richardson said yesterday. "Playing time is going to be important. My dream is to get into the NFL." He's already showing colleges that he can get the job done, catching 55 balls for 951 yards and 13 touchdowns for Centennial this season.

One college that is definitely interested in Richardson is the Washington Huskies. "Coach (Bobby) Hauck was here for a couple of hours last night," Terry said. "I like Coach Hauck. It's weird. He's laid-back, but intense too. I like that. I've talked to Coach Neuheisel, but Hauck is the one recruiting me."

Terry is just starting to delve into the recruiting process, and he'll be making some decisions soon as to where he wants to take official visits. "I don't have any visits set up, but I'll have that done by next week," he said. "There are 10-15 schools still recruiting me, but I'm a West Coast guy."

The main schools that Terry is interested in right now include Washington, Oregon, USC, Arizona State, Arizona, Colorado and UNLV. All have offered scholarships.

We'll be in touch with Richardson next week to find out which visits he's set up.

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