After accounting for more than 2,300 yards and 27 touchdowns during his sophomore season, 2013 quarterback Damion Terry of Erie (Pa.) Cathedral Prep is eager to get back on the field this fall. While he prepares for his junior season, Terry has also been dealing with his recruiting process, which is beginning to take off.
"Recruiting is good so far," said Terry. "I'm enjoying it a lot. Notre Dame, Michigan, Cincinnati, Northwestern and Penn State are the schools I get multiple letters from."
In addition to this list of schools, Terry also attend a summer camp at Pittsburgh.
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"It went real well," said Terry, who is 6-foot-4 and 210-pounds. "Next summer I'm looking forward to going to more camps."
Aside from the upcoming season, Terry is also looking forward to visiting a couple of schools this fall.
"I would like to attend a Notre Dame game and a Penn State game even more," said Terry. "I've never been to a college game before."
Terry mentioned that he followed Notre Dame, Penn State, Ohio State and Florida State while growing up, and has a few things he is looking for in a program.
"The atmosphere at the school, the coaches and the team chemistry," said Terry.
During his sophomore season, Terry passed for 1,780 yards and 19 touchdowns while rushing for 555 yards and eight touchdowns. He hopes to take his game to the next level this fall.
"I'm looking to improve my completion percentage to 65% or higher this upcoming season," said Terry, who completed 52% of his passes as a sophomore. "Prep for the season is pretty good so far. We just got done with two passing scrimmages."