McLaurin Snapshot

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Snapshot Profile: Terry McLaurin
By Tony Gerdeman

Player: Terry McLaurin
School: Cathedral (Indianapolis, IN) Position: Wide Receiver

Ht: 6-0 Wt: 184
40-yard dash: 4.41
20-yard shuttle: 4.08
Vertical jump: 42.1

Rivals: 4-Star #46 WR
Scout: 4-Star #43 WR
247Sports: 4-Star #28 WR
ESPN: 4-Star #61 WR

2013: 77 rushes 744 yards 6 TDs; 58 rec 953 yards 8 TDs; 2 KR TD
2012: 16 rushes 198 yards 2 TDs; 33 rec 820 yards 12 TDs; 2 PR TD

Named Indiana's Mr. Football for 2013; Finished second in the nation with a SPARQ score (measuring athleticism via various running, jumping, throwing drills) of 149.88 at Nike's The Opening football camp last summer; Led his team to a state championship playing both receiver and running back throughout the season; First-Team All-State; He camped at Ohio State twice in the summer of 2013, earning a scholarship offer on his second visit.

Ohio State, Missouri, Indiana, Boston College, Cincinnati, Iowa, Purdue.

Compares To
Demetrious Stanley, Terry Glenn

Scouting Report

Extremely fast. Able to get to the edge and turn the corner. Gets behind a defense routinely. Will get stronger quickly once he arrives at Ohio State. Has only played varsity football for two years and some change, so he is still learning and fine tuning.

Immediate Projection
As with the rest of the receivers in this class, McLaurin's speed could find him an immediate role. However, there is such a glut of speed right now that the advantage lies with those who are already on campus.


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