Baltimore native Terrance West is calling it a career after three years of college athletics. The Tigers record setting rusher announced he will enter his name in the NFL draft. According to NFL insiders, West is expected to be selected as high as the second or third round. The Northwestern high school alumni led Towson to its first appearance in the FCS championship game last saturday in Frisco, TX. Falling short to two-time champion North Dakota St (35-7), West rushed for 99 yards and 1 touchdown in the lost. Terrance finished this season setting FCS records for yards (2509 yds) and touchdowns (42). Teammate Jordan Love (CB) has also entered his name in the NFL draft. Both players are represented by the same agent.