Dallas (Texas) South Oak Cliff 2016 defender Marvin Terry wasted little time creating attention during his sophomore season. The 6-foot, 190-pound standout recorded 130 tackles 31 tackles for loss and 23.5 sacks on his way to first-team 4A All-State honors and college coaches have taken notice.
Terry picked up his first offer from Texas Tech and Colorado State was quick to join the growing list. Over the last two days he has added two more.
"I'm very excited. I think I could do fine at Wisconsin," Terry said. "I also picked up an offer from SMU too."
He has spent the majority of his time as a speed rusher off the edge at defensive end but is working in more and more linebacker and he is drawing interest at both positions.
It is still early in the recruiting process, and he is not in a hurry to make any decisions. However, he has already begun to establish relationships with a few coaches, and one in particular stands out in Terry's mind.
"Yes, Bob Stoops," Terry said. "I had a good conversation with Bob Stoops along with Jamile (Johnson) when we went up there. We talked about the season and stuff."
He has only been able to visit Oklahoma, and the trip to Norman definitely left an impression.
"I really fell in love with the campus and the indoor field," Terry said. "It was really new to me and plus it was the first campus I ever toured. Everybody was really nice. Their health program, I really loved their health program. They let you know they're going to take care of you up there."
While a decision may not be coming soon, Terry does admit a few schools standout in his mind.
"Texas Tech like I said, OU, and Alabama," Terry said. "Their athletic programs and OU's academic program. What I want to major in, they have a good program."
Terry does not have any camp plans or visits scheduled for the near future, but he did mention he would like to attend a Baylor camp this summer.