It is time for the annual installment of the Devy 100, the third-most ballyhooed set of devy rankings completed within the greater Southwest Minneapolis area. As always, whittling this down to a mere one hundred was no simple task. If there is anybody you believe was omitted erroneously, feel free to pop in the comments and express your displeasure.
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55. Tamorrion Terry, WR Florida State Seminoles
Profile: Buzz has slowly been building for Tamorrion Terry. The Garnet and Gold Spring Game only added to Tamorrion Lore, with a 129-yard effort leading many to dub Terry the next big thing in Tallahassee. The first thing which stands out about Terry is his size; at 6’4” and closing in on 200 pounds, he is an imposing figure.
Of course, we have a tendency to overrate receivers on size alone. The Georgia native knows how to utilize his length, showing a natural ability to climb the ladder and make the ball disappear in his hands. It is the natural tools which have many so smitten. There is still a lot of refinement required, though it is to be expected from a young receiver from a small high school. The upside is tantalizing and makes him a worthy investment near the end of drafts.
2018 Outlook: Nyqwan Murray is the ‘Noles most established receiver, though he is best suited for a complementary role. There is massive opportunity for a perimeter weapon to thrive, be it Terry, veteran Keith Gavin, or one of the many talented recruits Florida State has lured over the past several cycles. Coming off a strong spring and with the overall game to flourish, it would not be surprising to see Terry emerge as the Seminoles top target.