St. Petersburg (Fla.) Northeast is home to quite a few playmakers. One of the very best for the Vikings is Terio Fowler. Only a junior, Fowler transferred from St. Petersburg Lakewood and is now a big part of the Northeast offense alongside sophomore quarterback Ryan Davis.
“He’s already made a big impact here and he’s not even been healthy,” said Mike Jalazo, Northeast’s coach. “He hurt he’s ankle and is about 85%. This kid has great hands and is so explosive.”
Fowler, 5-foot-11 and 185-pounds, plays F-back for the Vikings. He’s a hybrid that lines up all over the place.
He’s the younger brother of Dante Fowler, a freshman defensive end at the University of Florida. According to Jalazo UCF has offered Fowler and Florida is recruiting him.