Terrell has thrown 100 yards in each of the Blue Devils’ last two games, scoring 103 and one against Rock Ridge and racking up 119 and a career-high two touchdowns in the season finale with Sherando.
While Harrison ultimately led Culpeper in two rushing yards (559) and touchdowns (7), Terrell was right behind him with 528 yards and four scores to himself. These numbers earned him the Northwest District honors of the first team of class 4 and a place in the second team of the region 4C.
âWhen Riley got injured in the Kettle Run game, I had to step up my efforts and do what I could to help the team,â Terrell said last week. “From there, I continued to prove what I can do.”
With Harrison now graduating and the 2021 campaign set to return to a traditional 10-game roster after last season’s condensed COVID schedule, Terrell believes he will receive plenty of more opportunities in the near future to show what he can do. . And he’s been busy so far this summer getting ready for it.
âI worked with my trainer Marcus Haywood on conditioning, speed and agility exercises, as well as attending conditioning sessions with the team four days a week,â he said. âI also attended a number of college camps and talked to coaches and asked them to review my film. My ultimate goal is to get a scholarship to play at the college level. “