Terry, if healthy, can help make the Tennessee Titans offense explosive.
Had he not dealt with injury concerns and sub-par quarterback play for just about the entire time he was in Tallahassee, former Florida State Seminoles star Tamorrion Terry would be someone we’d easily be talking about as one of the guys that see his NFL dream realized in Round 2 or Round 3.
All you need to do is watch his 75-yard catch and touchdown run versus the Boise State Broncos in 2019 if you need any evidence. The problem however is when you’re six-foot-four and 203 pounds, there are a lot of areas where that frame can get knicked up. That explains why this young man has gone from someone who might be drafted on Day 2 of the 2021 NFL Draft to someone that might go on Day3.
If he’s healthy, which he appears to be, he’s a monster. In 31 career appearances at the collegiate level, he tallied 118 receptions for 2,221 yards and 18 touchdowns. Adding him to an offense that includes Derrick Henry, A.J. Brown, and maybe Hunter Long and Rondale Moore would mean the Titans could give the AFC problems for years to come.