Terrance Brooks came to FSU football as an unheralded three-star cornerback in Jimbo Fisher’s 2010 class. He was the No. 471 player overall in the class and the No. 33 cornerback.
Brooks was one of three defensive backs taken in this class along with five-star Lamarcus Joyner and the aforementioned Mike Harris.
Brooks played mostly a reserve role his first two seasons at FSU, but became a starter in his junior season at free safety. He led the secondary in tackles and finished the season with 51 tackles (37 solo) and two interceptions.
His senior year culminated in helping FSU football win its third national title, finishing the season with 56 tackles (38 solo) and eight tackles for loss.
Brooks became a CBS Sports First Team All-American, SI Honorable Mention All-American, Coaches All-ACC First Team and All-ACC Second Team.
He was selected in the third round of the 2014 NFL Draft by the Baltimore Ravens.