Cathedral Prep grad Damion Terry had an up-and-down day in the Michigan State Green-White spring football game Saturday.
Terry opened the day with an explosive 23-yard touchdown run (see video above) up the gut of the defense early in the first quarter. However, he suffered an injured left shoulder on a sack early in the second quarter and missed the rest of the first half and all of the third quarter.
The good news for Terry was that he did return for a series late in the fourth quarter while wearing a red, no-contact jersey. No word was available after the game about the status of his shoulder, but he did throw the ball well in two passing attempts in the fourth quarter.
While splitting playing time between the Green and White teams, Terry finished the game with five rushes for 23 yards, including a 9-yard loss on a sack. He also completed 2-of-5 pass attempts for 30 yards, including a 22-yard gain. Two of his passes were dropped by receivers.
Here are the final statistics.
Fellow Prep grad Delton Williams did not play after undergoing shoulder surgery earlier this year.
Here’s a video clip of Terry’s first-quarter touchdown run in the MSU spring game: