2013 two-star wide receiver Terrence Alls has committed to the Duke Blue Devils over the Wake Forest Demon Deacons, as well as teams like Cincinnati, Mississippi State, West Virginia, and Ole Miss that were also in the mix.
In addition to offers from those six teams above, Terrence Alls also nabbed offers from Georgia Tech, Vanderbilt, Kentucky, Temple, UNC, Boston College, Florida Atlantic, Memphis, Tulane, and Kansas. Miami and Florida also showed interest in the in-state recruit.
A 6’0″, 170 pound standout at Dade Christian in Hialeah, Florida, Alls runs a 4.69 forty with a 4.31 shuttle time. He also has a 30-inch vertical and has camped at Miami and Florida, and he has also visited Boston College during his recruitment. He began to see his recruitment rise in the summer, and that has culminated in the two-star wideout committing to Duke today.
Terrence Alls finished last season for Dade Christian with 17 catches for 234 yards and three touchdowns. He is a receiver with some good upside, as he is a crisp route-runner who has average hands, adequate game speed, and he has been a playmaker for his school. Overall, Alls should be regarded as one of the best prospects in that region of Florida, but he is very raw at this point.
Duke has two other wide receiver commits in the 2013 class in Johnell Barnes and Darren Andrews. Barnes is an in-state three-star catch from Fort Myers, while Andrews is a two-star wideout from California who is one of the top 175 wideouts in the nation. Terrence Alls is somewhere between those two wideouts, so he is definitely a much needed addition at the position for Duke in 2013.
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