Friday, February 19, 2010

Terry Talbott: 2010 Michigan Wolverine -- Defensive Line -- Signing Day Recap

Posted at 4:00pm -- 2/19/2010

Terry Talbott: 2010 Michigan Wolverine

Height: 6'4
Weight: 255 lbs.
Position: Defensive Tackle / Defensive End
High School: Wayne (Ohio)
Head Coach: Jay Minton
Recruiter: Coach Jay Hopson / Bruce Tall
Class: 2010 Michigan Wolverine Recruiting Class (Signed)

Terry is a classic Coach Rod defensive line recruit. Like his brother, Terry is a very good athlete who moves well for his size. As one can judge from his listed weight, he is somewhat of a tweener. Terry could play defensive end, or defensive tackle, and is very similar to the other defensive line commits in the 2010 class.

Terry shows good explosion and gets off the snap very well. He plays with good aggression and a very high motor. Terry runs well and makes a lot of plays while in pursuit.

Needs work:
As with a majority of high school defensive linemen, Terry has a tendency to play high. Mastering and achieving the correct pad level will be a priority. He does not use his hands real well yet, and has a habit of getting too deep and he also over-pursues.

Terry reminds GBMW of this former Michigan Wolverine:
James Hall.

Red-shirt or play his freshman year:
Terry will very likely red-shirt.

Where do they rank him:
ESPN: N/A-Star .. #N/A at position.
Rivals: 3-Star .. #61 at position.
Scout: 3-Star .. #41 at position.

Final Thoughts:
Terry could play as a defensive tackle or a defensive end at Michigan. He is a very good athlete who can move and get off the ball very well. He is a player that in a couple of years could be a very good player for Michigan.

Written by GBMW Staff

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