PA QB visits West Virginia

Quarterback Damion Terry of Erie (Pa.) Cathedral Prep continues to receive steady interest from a number of top programs. Yesterday he had a chance to visit West Virginia for their junior day and he will attend two more junior days in the coming weeks.
"I visited West Virginia yesterday, and that went real good," said Terry. "I was supposed to go to Ohio State today, but the weather made me have to cancel. I'm going to Penn State next week and Michigan State in two weeks."
Terry, 6-foot-4 and 215-pounds, gave a few details about his West Virginia experience yesterday.
"It was real good," said Terry. "I got to meet the coaches, tour everything and go to the basketball game. I really liked the coaching staff a lot and the fan base. Also, the facilities are real nice and their getting a two million dollar renovation."
Aside from West Virginia, Ohio State, Penn State and Michigan State, Terry is also claiming serious interest from Wisconsin, Florida and Nebraska.
Terry hopes to hit the road once again during the spring and summer.
"I'm going to the Nike Camp at Ohio State in March and that's all as of now, but I'm planning on attending a lot of camps," said Terry. "I'm not sure where yet, but I'll know soon."
In the meantime, Terry is busy preparing for his senior season.
"I've just been in the weight room and checking out more offensive film," said Terry. "We lost both of our starting receivers, so I throw with the new guys every Tuesday."