GA sleeper RB ready for Louisville camp

Class of 2015 Fairburn (Ga.) Creekside running back Bricen Terry was key cog in his team's run to a state championship this past fall. Now he's hoping he can catch the eye of a few colleges on the summer camp circuit.
"Louisville has been talking to me," said Terry, whose lone offer is from Ohio. "They just want me to come to camp. They said they like what they see on film but the want to see me run in person."
At 5-foot-7 Terry knows he doesn't have ideal size for most colleges, and he knows that's why he'll have to showcase his skills for coaches in person.
"I think I'm going to have to go there and do well," he said. "Coaches want to see if I have that top-end speed they're looking for."
In addition to camping at Louisville Terry said he's also planning to camp at Auburn, Georgia and a few others. In the meantime, he continues to work on building a relationship with the Cardinals staff.
"I talk to coach Kolby Smith and he said he likes me and everything," Terry said. "That's why I want to make sure I get up there."
With Bobby Petrino taking over and installing his offensive scheme, Terry said he thinks he can be an ideal fit.
"Their offense moves the ball around and they said I fit the role at running back," he said. "I'm just trying to fit the part and show them what I can do."