Fully recovered from a knee injury, Fernandina Beach (Fla.) running back prospect Terrell Dallas is ready to focus on his recruitment and a number of college programs appear to have interest.
"I'm just coming off ACL surgery on July 15 and I was just cleared to play on Jan. 8," Dallas said. "Since then, I've been getting a lot of interest from schools. Auburn assist coach Steve Ensminger came by to watch me practice. Coach Tommie Robinson from Miami (Fla.) also came by/ I've talked with him a few times, too."
The 6-foot, 205-pounder also has been hearing from a couple of programs located in the Nashville area.
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"Me and my dad plan to fly up to Nashville this summer to go to camp up at Middle Tennessee State and also to make an unofficial visit to Vanderbilt," Dallas said. "We've already been up there once."
Dallas also has been to Auburn's Junior Day, UCF and the Athens NIKE Camp. He feels that Auburn and MTSU are showing him the strongest interest.
"Coach Ensminger said he was very serious about me," he said, "I've been texting with him and coach Justin Watts from Middle Tennessee State."
Other schools have expressed a desire to get Dallas on campus as well.
"I've been invited to other junior days, but couldn't make it because of the time," he said, "Indiana, Illinois, Louisville, Auburn and Mississippi State all invited me. I get a lot of interest mail from a lot of different schools."
Dallas will attend team camps at Florida and Florida State this summer in addition to traveling to the Nashville are for MTSU's camp and to check out Vanderbilt.
Dallas has completely recovered from his injury.
"I am back to 100 percent," he said. "I am going real strong in the spring. I haven't registered through the NCAA Clearinghouse, but I am pretty strong as far as they qualifying part goes."