COMMITTED !!!#GoCougs @BYUfootball @kalanifsitake @fsitake pic.twitter.com/6QydRCCCqB— Térence Fall (@TerenceFall) October 24, 2019
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. — The BYU football team added a name to its 2020 signing class earlier Thursday when receiver/defensive back prospect Terence Fall announced on Twitter that he was, “100 percent” committed to sign with the Cougars.
Fall is a 6-foot-2, 185-pound athlete from Aquinas High School in San Bernardino, California. Fall has not been rated by outlets such as 24/7 Sports or rivals yet with BYU standing as his only reported offer to date.
Fall falls in line with the BYU staff’s recruiting philosophy of identifying athletes who fit a certain athletic criteria and then working to develop their football skills. Many offers have been dished out to athletes around 6-2 in height who run a sub-4.6 second time in the 40, with several seeing success in subsequent years, such as current starting cornerback Isaiah Herrron.
Fall is the the third commitment who could play receiver for the 2020 class, joining American Fork’s Devin Downing and Petey Tuipulotu from Fort Mill, South Carolina. Fall has 20 receptions so far this season, according to MaxPreps, for 252 yards and three touchdowns along with four tackles.