Louisville FB Recruiting: ’24 WR Terrell Anderson includes Louisville in his Top 10

Jeff Brohm set the Class of 2024 recruiting trail on fire for the Louisville football program when he landed a commitment from five-star linebacker TJ Capers on national television during the live stream of the All-American Bowl. Capers joined four-star running back and fellow Florida native Isaac Brown as the only two members of the FlyVille24 recruiting class thus far.

Isaac Brown originally committed to Louisville under the old administration and has yet to announce he has decommitted from the program. And if there is anything Jeff Brohm has proven in his short time as the Head Football Coach for Louisville, it’s that he can retain players who committed to the Cardinals under a different Head Coach.

For example, he retained the prize of the 2023 class in Pierce Clarkson, as well as four-star offensive lineman Madden Sanker, three-star offensive lineman Luke Burgess, four-star edge-rusher Adonijah Green, four-star linebacker Stanquan Clark, among others. The future of the Louisville football program hasn’t felt this bright in recent memory, and now there has already been another high school prospect who announced Louisville was in his Top 10 finalists for his college commitment.

Rated a three-star by both Rivals and 247 Sports, wide receiver Terrell Anderson has recently announced his top 10 college choices via his Twitter account.

Anderson is a big body receiver, standing at 6-foot-3 and 184 pounds, who has the ability to rack up yards after catch in a hurry. He is currently a student-athlete at Grimsley High School in Greensboro, North Carolina and is ranked as the Number 15 overall prospect coming out of North Carolina in the Class of 2024.

Last season, the Grimsley Whirlies finished with an astounding 15-1 record and Terrell Anderson led the team in receiving yards per game with 74.8 yards per game. He also had the second most receptions on the team with 64, falling closely behind fellow junior Alex Taylor who had 65.

If you want to know why he came in second, it’s only because Taylor is currently listed as a four-star prospect and the Number 7 overall prospect coming out of North Carolina. Senior quarterback Ryan Stephens had two incredible weapons on the outside.

Anderson did beat Taylor in a few statistical categories because he had by far the most receiving yards on the team last season with 1,254 to go along with 11 receiving touchdowns and three kickoffs returned for a touchdown.

With numbers like these, it is evident that Terrell Anderson is a special player. If he does decide to come to Louisville, he could easily be a potential weapon of mass destruction in Jeff Brohm’s air-raid offense.