Coming from the same school as one-time Penn State commit Shyquawn Pullium (whom Damion says is doing well at Blinn College in Texas), Erie Cathedral Prep quarterback Damion Terry is just getting started with his recruitment, and is hearing from some great schools.
"I'm mainly hearing from Florida, Ohio State, Michigan State, Iowa, Nebraska, West Virginia, Mississippi State, Wisconsin, Penn State and a lot of other schools."
While he doesn't have his first Division 1 offer as of yet, the dual-threat quarterback has been in touch with Penn State, and plans to come to State College for the February 18 Junior Day.
"I'm hoping to come to Penn State for Junior Day. I'm [also] going to West Virginia, Ohio State, and Michigan State."
Terry is a 6-4, 215-pound dual-threat quarterback, but has played some pro-set offense before. More comfortable with the ability to run, Terry said his last 40-yard dash time was clocked at 4.6. As Michigan fans will tell you, a quarterback with a good arm and the ability to beat you with his legs is a valuable asset for any football team.
Erie Cathedral Prep lost in the first round of the PIAA AAA tournament in 2011, so Terry is looking for a strong offseason before his senior year at Prep.
"I'm going to attend a lot of camps, and I play on a 7-on-7 team."
That exposure should lead to more offers for Terry. Once they start coming in Terry is still unsure as to when he'll make his decision.
"It all depends how my recruiting is going. I was thinking earlier today if I would want to wait or make my choice right away, actually. I'm up in the air about it. I will have a more clear answer when my offers start coming in."