From a talent perspective, Terry belongs in the early Day 2 conversation in this draft class. However, there are a ton of questions surrounding him and his potential draft capital after walking away from Florida State during the 2020 CFB season. From a route-running perspective, he lacks refinement, but has a great understanding of leverage and how to work his way open in traffic. Used on both the outside and in the slot at Florida State. Three-level threat.Good athleticism and agility in short windows. Able to throttle his momentum well and use it to put defenders on their heels. Long strides, so not overly twitchy, but certainly has enough athleticism to hang with the best defenders in the NFL.Solid hands. Small sample size from a tape perspective this past season, but showed a solid ability to go up and secure the catch.Able to hang onto the ball through contact well. Can make grabs in tight windows. Solid after the catch ability if he's built up momentum. Able to take a shallow crosser and pick up 15 yards with his speed and contact balance. Solid release. Has enough strength to be able to fight through contact and also has a good understanding of releases and how to get defenders to flip their hips the wrong way. Great deep ball tracking ability and can be used heavily in this fashion in the NFL. Won't blow anyone away with his speed testing numbers, most likely, but has more than enough to be used as a deep threat downfield in the NFL. Overall, Terry could be a very effective pro in the NFL. It all comes down to his reasoning for leaving FSU and whether or not NFL teams are scared off by it. If he gets drafted, he could work his way into a starting lineup sooner rather than later.