Keeon Terrell was one of the few class of 2021 recruits to get an official visit before Covid-19 shut everything down. With Terrell signing his LOI, he will not be early enrolling and will join the Bulls progrum in June.
Three-star (0.8302) per 247 and Two-Star on Rivals
Other notable offers: Toledo
Being one of the first commits of the 2021 cycle, Terrell ended his recruitment with other schools immediately and did not hear any other offers. The Bulls were lucky to keep his pledge as Terrell’s senior year was stellar, compiling 35 tackles, 4.5 sacks, four forced fumbles and a fumble recovery to help lead his Green Wave to the state playoffs before losing a nailbiter 54-53 in the first round.
But it wasn't just seniors making plays for @FortMyersHS! @KeeonTerrell is an absolute nightmare to block, sacks, TFLs, chase down tackles, you name it! Keeon was all over the field for the Greenies.— Andrew McDevitt (@AMcDevittTV) November 2, 2019
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His Hudl film is filled with him being an absolute bully to opposing offensive linemen, and in a familiar three-man front as a weakside defensive end. Terrell is a nightmare for opposing tackles, as he typically was left one-on-one to race to the quarterback. Possessing a surprising amount of speed for being 6’3”, 220 pounds, Terrell was able to blaze past blockers, but he also showcased plenty of strength by throwing offensive tackles off of him if they were to engage.
In a year that saw the pass rush struggle for the Bulls, Keeon is a welcome addition to the green and gold, but will need to hit the weight room and bulk up in order to secure playing time next year.