Junior quarterback Damion Terry of Erie (Pa.) Cathedral Prep School is quietly gaining interest from some of the top programs in the country. A few more schools are scheduled to stop by to check on the junior quarterback in the coming weeks and he also his first junior day lined up in February.
"Recruiting is moving along pretty well," said Terry, who is 6-foot-4 and 210-pounds. "I have Nebraska coming next week to speak with me and Ohio State is also coming soon. I should be going to West Virginia in February for a junior day."
Terry was asked to list the schools that are currently showing the most interest.
"Florida, Iowa, Nebraska, Michigan State and West Virginia have shown the most, and Ohio State is coming along now that Coach Urban Meyer took over," said Terry.
The junior quarterback was hoping to show off his abilities at one of the upcoming combines, but schedule conflicts have caused him to wait.
"I got invited to the Junior Rank Combine, which I couldn't make, and I got invited to the Army Combine in San Antonio, but I could make that either," said Terry. "I was upset about that, but oh well."
On the field, Terry helped his team to a successful season, however he is still disappointed with how it concluded.
"It finished up badly," said Terry. "We lost in the championship game, so we didn't go out like we wanted to, but we still have next year. I missed two games at the end of the regular season though with an injury."
While he may be feeling disappointment, Terry did notice improvement in his game.
"I was more comfortable in the pocket and I made the right reads," said Terry. "I wasn't just throwing the ball to whoever, and I became more of a leader this year."