After a record-setting season that ended in a Class 3A Division I state championship, Carthage's Terian "Tee" Goree garnered all-american honors from a national website.

The 6-foot-2, 170-pound North Texas pledge was named to MaxPreps.com's Medium Schools All-America second team after recording a monster season to finish his high school career.

Goree caught 89 passes for 1,744 yards and 28 touchdowns, all three of which are Carthage single-season school records. His 28 touchdown grabs tie him for fifth in single-season state history.

Goree completed his Carthage career with 3,078 receiving yards and 44 touchdown catches, which are school records. In December, the Associated Press named Goree first-team all-state in 3A. Goree has a good chance at garnering more regional and state awards in the coming weeks.

He will join 6-foot-5, 181-pound teammate O'Keeron Rutherford at North Texas as both are verbally committed to the Mean Green. Rutherford also had a big 2013 campaign with 64 catches for 1,048 yards and 16 touchdowns. Goree and Rutherford accounted for 69.7 percent of the 2013 yardage thrown by UTSA-bound quarterback Blake Bogenschutz, who passed for 4,003 yards and 57 touchdowns, both school records.

Carthage's Terian "Tee" Goree

Career Receiving Numbers
  • 2013: 89 catches, 1,744 yards, 28 TDs
  • 2012: 66 catches, 1,261 yards, 16 TDs
  • 2011: 8 catches, 73 yards
  • TOTALS: 163 catches, 3,078 yards, 44 TDs