2018 wide receiver Terrell Perriman (FL) narrowed his college list to nine schools on Wednesday afternoon, including the Illinois Fighting Illini. The 5-foot-10 Miami Central playmaker is also considering LSU, Georgia, Tennessee, Michigan State, North Carolina State, West Virginia, Utah, and Central Florida.
Perriman is rated as a four-star prospect by Scout. 247Sports, meanwhile, has him pegged as the No. 530 overall recruit in the class, which is on the upper end of three-star range.
According to Scout, Perriman is a “dynamic” slot receiver. Their analysis of Perriman indicates that he’ll need to improve upon route running, amongst other areas, but his speed and elusiveness may make him a dangerous weapon at the next level.
Perriman, a dynamic slot receiver that measures in at 5-foot-10, 180 pounds, is that playmaker in space that does a nice job of eluding the initial defender with sheer quickness. Once getting the shoulder pads north and south, Perriman flashes impressive straight-line speed to advance the ball. The Miami-Dade native is a slot that's also made the weight room a top priority over the past few years, checking in at a chiseled 180 pounds. Perriman is at his best when operating after the catch, so he's dangerous on bubble screens and when provided with those one-on-one situations.