Note: Photo courtesy MLive.com
Big Rapids, Mich. - The Ferris State University football program and first-year head coach Tony Annese continue to add to the Bulldogs' 2012 recruiting class with the announcement of another incoming student-athlete.
The Bulldogs recently added talented junior college standout Terrance Moore (Ypsilanti/Grand Rapids Community College), who joins 33 high school products and a former junior college teammate as current members of the 2012 recruiting class.
Moore played under Annese the past two seasons at Grand Rapids Community College. He was a two-year starter at GRCC, which included one-year at quarterback in 2010 when the Raiders recorded a 10-2 mark. He played the slot receiver position in 2011 and is projected as a defensive back in the Bulldog program.
His addition brings the current size of this year's signing class to 35 signees, which includes 30 in-state recruits from Michigan along with three from Florida and two from Illinois.
Below is a biographical sketch of Moore:
DB, 6-0, 190
Two-Year Starter at GRCC ... Helped guide the Raiders to an 11-0 mark in 2011 ... Helped Raiders post a 20-2 mark in his two seasons at GRCC ... Member of offensive unit at GRCC that rolled up 500 yards and 50 points per game in 2011 ... Helped GRCC to the Mississippi Bowl in the 2010 season ... Caught 17 passes for 139 yards (8.2 ypc.) while running for 78 yards and a score on 14 carries in 2011 for the Raiders ... Played prep football at Ypsilanti High School ... Honorable Mention All-State honoree ... Received both all-league and all-region recognition ... Threw for more than 1,000 yards with 650 rushing yards as a senior QB ... Passed for 11 scores and ran for seven more in his final prep campaign.
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