Terry Bussey

  • Pos CB
  • Height 5-10.5
  • Weight 180

Prospect Info

  • High School Timpson
  • City Timpson, TX
  • Exp 2024 - ...

Texas A&M Aggies

  • Class FR
  • Age 17

As a Prospect

  • Class 2024
  • Committed 9/28/2023
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H.S. Scouting Report

2 evaluations

Evaluated 01/17/2024

Gabe Brooks 247Sports Scouting Analyst


First Round

Reminds Us Of

Kendall Wright Minnesota Vikings

Dynamic multi-sport athlete who dominates small-school TXHSFB competition. Exceptionally productive with three-phase playmaking ability on the gridiron, state-level track speed, and high-flying open-floor finishing ability on the hardwood. Well-assembled, looks and plays larger than listed size. Build is similar to that of a running back, modern safety, or nickel defender. Not overly long but possesses plus length. Virtually unstoppable small-school high school football player who faced rural competition but consistently asserted his will. Able to run down or outrun almost any opponent at Texas 2A level. Enormous production as a dual-threat QB with 2,000-plus passing, 2,500-plus rushing, and 70-plus total TDs as a junior. Nearly 300 tackles and 24 INTs on defense from freshman through junior campaigns, plus a handful of special teams TDs. Missed first several games of senior year with a knee injury, but returned to lead Timpson High to its first state championship, capping a genuinely legendary four-year TXHSFB career. Finished four-year varsity tenure with nearly 6,000 passing yards, 5,300-plus rushing yards, and nearly 180 total TDs (76 passing, 93 rushing, plus defensive and teams). Plays with elite initial explosiveness. Couples startling acceleration with excellent top-end speed proven in a combine setting (sub-4.5 verified) and on the track. Quick-twitch athleticism translates to jumps events and basketball. Four-sport athlete who's also played baseball. Elite camp circuit and Under Armour All-America Game provided exposure to other high-caliber opponents, but still faces considerable leap in competition level from in-game perspective. Will encounter technical learning curve moving to receiver or secondary in full-time capacity. Athletic and on-field profiles may more ideally lend to defensive projection, but relative lack of height and frame potential may force to receiver in the long run. Must consider, frankly, just how dynamic he is with the ball in his hands. Regardless, should not be overthought as a prospect. A true athlete with an phenomenal profile that suggests immense long-term potential at multiple positions. Could immediately provide a deadly special teams option. One of TXHSFB's best players and highest-ceiling prospects. Possible impact college player who could become an early-round NFL Draft candidate.

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  • Evaluated 06/20/2023 Gabe Brooks 247Sports Scouting Analyst Read

H.S. Athletic Background

Four-sport athlete. Also plays basketball and baseball and competes in track and field.
Won the Texas 2A triple jump state championship (45-10) as a junior in May 2023. Set a personal record of 45-11 a few weeks prior. Claimed silver at regionals in the long jump (23-4.75). Regional qualifier in the 100 meters with junior-season times of 10.71, 10.86, and 10.89. Also ran a 22.61 200 in Spring 2023.
Played a key role in Timpson's 21-4 record and run to the Texas 2A Region III semifinals (fourth round) in Winter 2022-23 basketball campaign.
Recorded a 10.66 100 -- third at the Texas 2A state finals -- and a 23.15 200 as a sophomore in Spring 2022.
2023: As a senior, missed first several games with a knee injury, but returned to cap a legendary high school career, leading Timpson to the Texas 2A D-I state championship, the school's first. Threw for more than 2,000 yards and 28 TDs, along with 1,300-plus rushing yards and 19 TD runs.
2022: Texas District 11-2A D-I Overall MVP as a junior; Named Mr. Texas Football by Dave Campbell's Texas Football; Texas Sportswriters Association (TSWA) Class 2A Offensive Player of the Year.
2021: Texas District 10-2A D-I Overall MVP as a sophomore.
2020: Texas District 10-2A D-I Offensive MVP as a freshman; Earned TSWA Class 2A second-team all-state honors as an all-purpose player on offense and as a DB on defense


  • Domingo Bryant Uncle

    Former NFL defensive back that was selected in the 6th round of the 1986 NFL Draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers out of Texas A&M. Played three seasons in the NFL for the Houston Oilers and New York Jets.

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