One prospect everyone in the state of Alabama has been talking about and has had offers from both in-state powers since November is Wadley, Ala., wide receiver Terrell Zachery. This past weekend he was scheduled to be in Tuscaloosa for junior day, but did he make it?
"I wasn't able to make it down there this weekend," Zachery said. "I was planning on going, but my ride fell through and I couldn't get down there. I am planning on trying to get down there for something during spring. I am also going to an Auburn scrimmage and maybe Georgia this spring."
The 6-foot-0, 175-pound Zachery runs the 40-yard dash in 4.45 seconds, has a 4.19 shuttle and a 32-inch vertical jump. He also has a 220-pound bench press and 360-pound squat.
"I still have pretty much the same offers as I have had," Zachery said. "I'm hearing a lot from Florida State, Georgia, Florida, USC, Michigan, Miami, LSU and pretty much everybody else. My coach hasn't finished my highlight tape and most of them say that they are just waiting on that to offer, but that I have one."
Zachery has started since his freshman year and has posted absolutely ridiculous stats during his time at Wadley.
Zachery was the only sophomore in the state of Alabama to be named to any kind of all-state team, but he was a unanimous ASWA and Birmingham News all-state selection. He also duplicated the all-state selection as a junior.
During his freshman campaign he caught 26 passes for 517 yards and four touchdowns. As a sophomore he caught 44 passes for 1,265 yards and 14 touchdowns for an average of 28.7 yards per catch. He also led the team in interceptions, tackles and took several punt and kick returns back for touchdowns.
As a junior Zachery caught 53 passes for 1,410 yards and 18 touchdowns. He also returned one kickoff for a touchdown and four punts for touchdowns.
"I still really like Alabama and Auburn a lot," Zachery said. "I like Georgia, Florida, Florida State and some others too. Growing up in this state it's hard to tell Alabama and Auburn no and they both have great programs."