When Rivals.com releases the Arizona Preseason Top 30 rankings on Monday, look for Chandler (Ariz.) Hamilton three-star receiver Drew Terrell to rank somewhere in the top five somewhere.
He's that good.
The 5-foot-10, 175-pound do-it-all receiver has a slew of schools chasing after him. He's already been offered by Air Force, Arizona State, Northwestern, Stanford, Vanderbilt, Washington State, Wyoming and has Notre Dame, Wake Forest, Arizona and others interested.
But like many players in the summer the contact with coaches has kind of died down some.
"At one point, I thought I would get new offers from Notre Dame and Wake Forest, but now that coaches are not allowed to call, I haven't heard much from them," Terrell said. "I am still interested in them though. I'm still very interested in all the schools that are looking at me."
Terrell was hoping to make some summer camps in June and July, but a hamstring tweak kept him sidelined.
"I just did stuff with my team because I hurt my hamstring," Terrell said. "It's back to 100 percent. I wanted to go to the Raising Stars Camp at USC but couldn't due to the injury. It kind of messed my summer up but it will be Ok."
Unlike many other players that have thought about ending it early or already committed, Terrell said he's still keeping an open mind to the schools showing interest in him.
"I have ideas where I want to go on visits, and Stanford and Arizona State are probably the two leaders, but I haven't narrowed anything down yet," Terrell said. "Stanford is a good school, and I like that they play in the Pac 10. I think coach Jim Harbaugh is going to turn things around up there.
"I have gone to every ASU home game sense I was 2-years-old. Playing there would be a dream come true. I am a Sun Devil at heart I guess."
But before he makes any kind of decision, he's got some schools he wants to still check out.
"I would like to see Northwestern, Vanderbilt and Washington State," he said. "And maybe Cal. I have been talking to coach Ron Gould from Cal, and I would like to visit there. If I had time I would visit all my offered schools."