Redshirt junior wide receiver Tamorrion Terry had minor knee surgery Wednesday.
The star wideout, fresh off his breakout game against Notre Dame last Saturday, could miss multiple weeks while recovering.
Send ya prayers— Tamorrion Terry (@TT1Batman) October 14, 2020
Terry spoke on his struggles, both mentally and physically, on Tuesday:
“I haven’t been playing to my full potential, I’m still banged up...[but] whatever the team needs, I’m going to make sure I’m going to be there for them and I’m going to help them out however I can. I feel like I’ve been banged up like way before the season started, but I’ve been trying to give it my all. People don’t even know that right now. I’m getting better though. I can say I’m getting better.”
“I am just trying to get my mind right and get my head on my shoulders and just right now, right now I’m really just focused on what the team needs and whatever I can help the team with right now. I can say the things mentally and physically, I can get that right. I can always get that right. But right now I am just focusing on the team.”
Last week against the Fighting Irish, Terry hauled in 9 passes for 146 yards and a touchdown, registering a hefty 12 targets. The week before against Jacksonville State, the junior from Ashburn, Ga. had 6 catches for 77 yards.
Surgery went Good more than bless time too work pic.twitter.com/LtttSaaAB7— Tamorrion Terry (@TT1Batman) October 15, 2020