Hoosiers offer Oklahoma dual threat quarterback Terry Wilson

  Del City Quarterback Terry Wilson attempts to evade a norman north defender during clash between the eagles and the Timberwolves. - Photo by Sarah Phipps, The Olkahoman


Del City Quarterback Terry Wilson attempts to evade a norman north defender during clash between the eagles and the Timberwolves. - Photo by Sarah Phipps, The Olkahoman

Written By: Nick Holmes (@HoosierHolmes)

Following the commitment of Avon's Brandon Peters to Michigan last weekend the Hoosiers have turned up their pursuit of other quarterback prospects. One such player is Oklahoma native Terry Wilson, announcing on Monday night via twitter that he had received an offer from the Hoosiers.  

During his junior season at Del City High School the talented athlete threw for 2,857 yards and 24 touchdowns while carrying the ball for 400 yards and four touchdowns.

The 6-foot-3, 185-pound quarterback is capable of making throws on the run and shows good composure and patience by allowing things to develop down field before leaving the pocket as demonstrated in his Hudl highlight tape. Around 2:20 in his film he shows off his athleticism by keeping the play alive with his legs, evading defenders in the backfield until his receivers could get open. 

The Oklahoman's Super 30 recruiting rankings has Wilson as the top-rated quarterback and No. 2 player overall in the 2016 class. And according to 247 Sports Composite rankings, the three-star prospect is the 25th best dual threat quarterback in the nation and 13th best player overall in the state of Oklahoma.  In addition to Indiana, Wilson also holds offers from Arkansas State, Houston, Memphis, and New Mexico State. His former high school teammate Davion Freeman signed with the Wyoming Cowboys this past February.