Waxahachie quarterback Brooks Teeter was invited to participate in the University of Pennsylvania’s Junior Day on Feb. 26 in Philadelphia. Junior Day is when the colleges bring in a selection of football recruits from the current junior class, in whom they have interest.

It allows the players to see the school, meet the coaches, get a tour of the facilities, and learn more about the school in general.

“It’s early in the process but Penn is a great academic school with back to back Ivy League titles. It is an honor to be on their radar,” Teeter said.

Teeter has also been invited to compete in Elite 11 quarterback competition at TCU in April. As a junior in 2010, Teeter rotated at quarterback for the Indians and completed 52 percent of his passes for more than 1,000 yards.