by Mark Clements
September 24, 2010 – Growing up in Louisiana, it is tons of kid’s dreams to star for LSU.
Terrance Magee will be living that dream.
Already committed to don the Purple and Gold next year, Magee had nothing but good things to say about his future program.
“They got a good program and I feel they’re headed in the right direction,” Magee said. “Things are looking real good for the future, especially with my class. I feel like we can make something special happen over there.”
The class Magee is talking about is indeed full of tremendous talent and is currently ranked in the top five classes in the nation by nearly all recruiting entities.
The 5-foot-10-inch 210-pounder currently plays quarterback for Franklinton High School but is being recruited as an athlete. Magee helped lead the Demons to the state championship game last season where they would fall to Neville High School.The small speedster runs a 4.48 forty and can hold his own in the weight room as well, impressively squatting 535, benching 315, and cleaning 290.
Magee also plays baseball for his Demons, but says he will stick to football at LSU.
On the high school football field, Magee said his favorite match up year in and year out is Salmen High School. The Demons and the Spartans faced off twice last season with Franklinton coming out on top in both games.
“It’s always a good game and the past three years we’ve played them for the district championship,” Magee said. “It’s always a good atmosphere to play in.”
At the highest level, Magee said he has been a long time Philadelphia Eagles fan, and sees a playoff run in the future for them.
“They’re kind of hot right now,” Magee said. “And Michael Vick is looking good. I’ve always been a real big Eagles fan.”