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BCS schools high on list of Osbourn's Terrell

Osbourn senior quarterback Dominique Terrell has taken an unofficial visit to Virginia and also plans to visit West Virginia, Louisiana State, Miami (Fla.) and Texas Tech, said his father, Zach Terrell.

Terrell plans to take an unofficial visit to WVU this weekend. The other dates have not been arranged.

The 5-foot-10, 165-pound Terrell, who attended Manassas Park as a freshman and Osbourn Park as a sophomore and junior, this season has rushed for 1,259 yards and 16 touchdowns and thrown for 857 yards and 12 scores for the No. 3 Eagles.

Terrell is often compared to former Osbourn quarterback Brandon Hogan, a starting cornerback at WVU. In 2006, Hogan led Osbourn to an unbeaten season and Virginia AAA Division 6 championship. Osbourn is 8-0 this season.

One of Terrell's main blockers, two-way senior lineman Marcus Matthews, has committed to Miami of Ohio.

"It's a good fit," Eagles Coach Steve Schultze said of Matthews, a 6-foot-3, 295-pounder. "If Marcus were two inches taller, it'd be Tech and U.Va. [recruiting him]. Marcus has a nasty streak in him at the point of attack and is an athletic lineman at that size. He's probably one of the best long snappers in the area as well."

By Preston Williams  | October 21, 2010; 7:04 PM ET
Categories:  Dominique Terrell, Osbourn, Virginia  
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