"Most of my attention has been for track, but I really think this spring and season could raise my profile," said Terry.
Jacob Eason, who's drawn a lot of schools up to Lake Stevens this spring.
"I hope to get a lot of passes from him and he's bringing a lot of attention," said Terry.
Terry can play on both sides of the ball, but said receiver is his likely destination.
"I feel I have the speed and good hands to be a good receiver," said Terry. "My objective is to play fast."
Terry said he grew up a fan of Texas, being from the Lone Star State, but also is interested in a number of Northwest schools.