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Westfield quarterback verbally commits to SMU

Gipson received his official offer from SMU on May 14 Vype

Westfield dual-threat quarterback Terrance Gipson has found a place that feels like home - SMU.

The 2019 prospect verbally committed to SMU on Sunday after completing his official visit and is excited to be the next Texas-based prospect to join the Ponies.

"I mean, it helps me bring guys with me to play with, but everything SMU is doing at the moment and is trying to build is special," Gipson said.

Gipson talked about new SMU coach Sonny Dykes, who replaced Chad Morris after he exited for Arkansas, and said he's a fun guy to be around and is honest.

Sonny is of course the son of legendary Texas Tech football coach Spike Dykes.

Gipson received his official offer from SMU on May 14.

Gipson's stock has risen in the last few months. Since March, Gipson has received offers from McNeese State, Virginia, Nebraska, Tulane, Louisiana at Lafayette, Georgia State University, Georgia Southern University, Hawaii and Florida Atlantic.

Gipson finished 2017 as the District 16-6A leading passer with 1,478 yards, 14 touchdowns and only one interception in nine games.

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