Terrance Brooks
Status:
Committed
HIGH SCHOOL

Terrance Brooks

Cornerback
6′0″ / 190 lbs
Little Elm, TX
Little Elm
Class of 2022
Rating: 94
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National Avg
Rating: 95.0
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School Preferences

School
Interest
Offer
Official Visit
Ohio State
Committed
6/30/2021
Texas A&M
None
Alabama
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Auburn
None
Florida International
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Georgia Tech
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Houston
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LSU
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Michigan
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Nebraska
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Notre Dame
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Oklahoma
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Oklahoma State
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Oregon
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SMU
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TCU
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Texas
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Videos

(8 Total)
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
In-Home Visit: 2022 Defensive Fantasy Draft
Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White
Recruit Highlights: Plano Prestonwood vs. Plano John Paul II
2022 CB Terrance Brooks excited to take college visits when possible
Terrance Brooks 2022 DB
Junior Highlights

Updates

Jason Howell
14 days ago by Jason Howell
Some notes and thoughts on David Hicks, Neto Umeozulu, and others
A few thoughts from last night I caught up with Neto Umeozulu after the game about his visit to A&M last weekend. I will spare you a recap of the interview, but here is the link and.I do have a few thoughts. I would not call the Aggies a favorite or a leader but they are a real contender. It sounds like last week's visit helped the cause and it caught my attention how often he mentioned the passion of the fans. He does not have a decision timeline, but I definitely get the feeling he wants to do something as soon as he feels he has reached a solid decision. In 2023, Allen DL David Hicks is a top priority and Clemson was out there tonight watching him closely. The Aggies remain in close contact. He speaks to coach Elijah Robinson pretty much daily, and he has a great bond with the A&M staff. He does not have any visits on his schedule right now. His dad, who is Allen's DL coach, often has to work on Saturday which prevents them from scheduling too far in advance. He took his first gameday visit to Texas A&M a few weeks ago, and here's a link to that interview. Now for some on-field notes and thoughts. Neto was out with an elbow injury, but it looks like he is on the mend and should be back soon. David Hicks is a bad dude. Little Elm made sure he saw multiple blockers throughout the game but he did get some good pressure. One thing I will never question is his motor. If he's on the field he is working towards the ball. Great build and frame, and he is powerful and explosive whether playing inside or out. Allen did most of their damage on the ground and Jaylen Jenkins led the way. He put the first two scores on the board and had three of the first four Allen TDs. He is not the biggest guy but he is versatile and he is quick, fast, and strong in his lower half. He is putting together quite the season and last night he finished with four scores as Allen pulled away for the big win. Credit also goes to an experienced OL, they paved the way for a great night on the ground for Allen. Little Elm QB John Mateer is a really good sleeper QB. Central Arkansas got themselves a good one and he has a couple of other FCS offers I really respect when it comes to QBs in Incarnate Word and Houston Baptist. It was a tough night for Little Elm but in the first half especially he had them driving and he converted several big 3rd downs. 6-0, 6-1, 200, solid build. He made some good throws and he has the mobility to make a few guys miss. Little Elm CB and Ohio State commit Terrance Brooks had a few tackles but overall it was a pretty quiet night as Allen did most of their work on the ground.
Jason Howell
15 days ago by Jason Howell
Weekend High School Football Thread - Oct 8
I'm out at Allen/Little Elm tonight to check on in with a few key Texas A&M targets - Neto Umeozulu and David Hicks - and i'll get to see several more talented prospects like Jaylen Jenkins, Jordyn Tyson, Keyshon Mills, Terrance Brooks and underclassmen like Zina Umeozulu, Michael Hawkins. I'm thinking Allen pulls away for the win but i look for Little Elm to give them a nice push.Stay tuned for updates, observations, conversation, and as always chime in with what you're watching tonight
Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
3 mo ago by Jason Howell
Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
July is here, and even though another dead period just began, the recruiting next stops in the Lone Star State. Offers are going out, commitments are being made, and legislation is being passed, and it is time to check out the latest news and notes from across the state.
Ask Liucci, Part 1: A&M's roster of head coaches, 2021 RB/WR rotations & more
4 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Ask Liucci, Part 1: A&M's roster of head coaches, 2021 RB/WR rotations & more
It didn't take long for Billy to pull Gabe out of 'retirement,' as the two sit down on camera for another packed edition of Ask Liucci, discussing A&M's impressive lineup of head coaches, Fisher's continued recruiting success, the Aggies' stable of RBs and WRs and much more.
Liucci: First in-person visit weekend in Aggieland sets bar extremely high
4 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Liucci: First in-person visit weekend in Aggieland sets bar extremely high
After a large number of recruits flocked to College Station over the weekend for in-person visits, the Aggies have caught the attention of many high-profile guys. Billy Liucci discusses the weekend and more recruiting notes as a busy June is officially underway.
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Career Stats

Season T TFL Sacks Int Pass Breakups
2020
JR
47 1 1.0 3 9
2019
SO
47 1 1.0 3 9
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