Rankings Updated: 1970-01-01

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Highest rated signee among the 2017 signing class by any service, he is No. 13 overall and a five-star prospect in the nation by Rivals … played in the Under Armour All-American game in Orlando, Fla. … No. 2 at his position and in the state of Georgia by Rivals … rated No. 55 prospect in the nation by 247 Sports, sixth-best at his position and seventh-best in the state of Georgia ... rated No. 96 overall in the nation by Scout, which ranks him as the sixth-best player in the region and 10th-best at his position ... No. 106 prospect overall, No. 9 at his position and No. 15 in the state by ESPN ... played in the secondary and at quarterback and receiver as a senior, helping Westlake to an 11-4 record and semifinal appearance in the state playoffs … had two touchdown receptions and one rushing score against East Coweta in a 37-34 win as a senior ... committed to Clemson on Aug. 19, 2016 ... AAAAAAA Player of the Year in Georgia by the Coaches Association ... played his senior year for Kareem Reid … first-team all-state in 2016 by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution … as a senior, had 53 tackles, 36 first hits and 17 assists ... added eight tackles for loss, two interceptions, and 13 passes broken up ... as a junior, had 55 tackles and two interceptions on defense ... also had team-best 16 passes defended ... scored eight touchdowns as a junior, five on receptions, one on a fumble return, one on an interception return and one on a kickoff return ... averaged 30 yards per kickoff return as a junior ... wore #8 in high school ... selected Clemson over Florida, Alabama and Georgia ... recruited by Mike Reed.

Mickey Plyler on Terrell: Terrell is not a polished corner yet, but he is a five star due to his freakish skill set. You don't see corners this tall who can flip their hips like Terrell. He is extremely physical. His film features him just destroying wide outs. Terrell attacks the wide receiver screens. His body looks like a safety but his flexibility, agility, quickness and top end speed make him a corner. Clemson hasn't had too many five star corners but this one has a very high ceiling.

Reminds Plyler of: Taller Justin Miller

Clemson offered on 1/21/16.


Some of his current physical measurables include a 4.50 40-yard dash, 4.29 shuttle, 30 inch vertical jump, 230 bench press, 320 pound squat, and a 11.2 100 meters.


School Offered (19) Visit Date
Georgia SouthernYes
Georgia StYes
Georgia TechYes
Mississippi StYes
North CarolinaYes
North Carolina StYes
Ohio StateYes
Ole MissYes
South CarolinaYes
Troy StateYes
Virginia TechYes

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