One of the few consistent threats on Florida State’s offense over the past two seasons has been star wide receiver Tamorrion Terry. The Georgia native has racked up 95 catches for 1,932 yards with 17 touchdowns in 2018 and 2019, averaging 20.3 yards per reception. Terry could’ve declared for the 2020 NFL Draft and likely would’ve been a top-3 round pick, instead, he decided to return to Tallahassee for his redshirt junior season to boost his stock even further in Mike Norvell’s offense.
The 6-foot-4, 215-pound receiver is starting to garner some hype as he approaches the 2020 season. Terry has a propensity to create game-changing big plays on deep balls. Three plays instantly come to mind to describe his effect on the football field. The 91-yard touchdown catch against Arizona State, his catch and run against NC State in 2019 where he outran three defenders, and his game-winning score against Boston College in 2018. Terry is a natural at catching deep passes and then turning on the jets, leaving everyone in the dust.
One comparison that is starting to make the rounds is Tamorrion Terry and Randy Moss, one of the greatest receivers to ever touch the gridiron. They’re certainly both deep threats and there are similarities in their ability to pull away from defenders after the catch.
What do you think, ‘Noles fans?
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