Tamorrion Terry’s 2018 Season
When we look at Tamorrion Terry’s redshirt freshman season in 2018, he broke FSU’s freshman receiving record that had stood for 41 years.
He finished the season with 35 receptions for 744 yards and eight touchdowns, earning honorable mention All-ACC.
He did that while still raw as a receiver with a limited route tree. However, the offense played to what he did well, which was getting vertical, and that’s something FSU will need from Deuce Spann when he’s on the field.
When we look at the 2018 season, Terry accounted for a huge chunk of FSU’s offense, along with running back Cam Akers. However, Terry didn’t have a game where he caught more than three passes until game No. 8 against Clemson.
He basically caught two passes per game until then but saw his production explode in the final four games for 17 receptions for 381 yards and three touchdowns.
Some of that production might be a result of FSU getting blown out in three of those games and throwing the ball 40 times per game.
However, Terry still had to make the plays when the opportunities came and seemed to get better as the year progressed and he gained more experience.