Texas Flips DCTF Four-Star CB Terrance Brooks from Ohio State

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2022 Little Elm CB Terrance Brooks (6'0, 180) flipped his commitment from Ohio State to Texas during the Takis National Signing Day at The Star in Frisco. 

"For the next three to four years it will be the University of Texas," Brooks said. "I feel like it would be special for me. Special, just like home. Great relationship with the coaches and I feel like I will be developed if I go there."

Brooks is a DCTF four-star prospect, checking in as the No. 16 prospect in the DCTF Hot 100, the No. 2 CB in TXHSFB. 

Scouting Report: Brooks is a technically sound coverage corner that wants to make the big hit. Additionally, he possesses adequate size and confidence to match up well versus bigger and stronger wide receivers on the island. Brooks has quick feet, above-average straight-line speed and he's technically advanced. 

Brooks is the son of former Texas A&M safety Chet Brooks. 

He finished his prep career at Little Elm after starring at Plano John Paull II. 

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