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Dominique Terrell

170 lbs.
Manassas, Va.
Osbourn HS
High School
Dominique Terrell - Football - Virginia Cavaliers

2014 – Redshirted season. 2013 – Appeared in all 12 games … made 14 catches for 107 yards … had a season-best four catches for 27 yards against VMI … made two catches against Oregon, Pitt and Maryland … also had catches against BYU, Ball State, North Carolina and Virginia Tech … returned 18 punts for 142 yards … returned 8 punts for 75 yards against VMI … returned three punts for 45 yards against BYU … rushed the ball once at Pitt for 21 yards. 2012 – Appeared in all 12 games and made six starts … was No. 3 on the team with 38 catches … finished No. 2 on the team with 475 receiving yards … made first collegiate start against Penn State … caught two passes for 13 yards in season opener against Richmond … made two catches for 23 yards against Penn State … caught two passes for 29 yards at Georgia Tech … at TCU five catches for 86 yards … had a career day vs. Miami with nine catches for 127 yards … had three catches for 27 yards at Virginia Tech. 2011 – One of 12 true freshmen that made collegiate debut against William & Mary … appeared in all 13 games at wide receiver and punt returner … made first collegiate reception against William & Mary in the season opener against the Tribe … caught a 27-yard reception for first collegiate TD to beat Idaho in overtime … returned two punts for 17 yards against William & Mary … scored the game-winning TD in overtime against Idaho … the score was his first career TD … the 27-yard reception is also a career high … rushed once for three yards … returned 14 punts for 61 yards … two catches against Idaho were a career high … also made catches against Virginia Tech, Duke, NC State, North Carolina and William & Mary … had one catch for 29 yards against Auburn in the Chick-fil-A Bowl.

Quarterback, CB and WR at Osbourn High School … SuperPrep All-American … ESPNU Top 150 prospect … ranked the nation’s No. 122 prospect by ESPNU … ranked the No. 19 athlete by … rated the No. 204 prospect by … rated the No. 23 cornerback by … first-team Associated Press 2010 All-Group AAA football team … AAA Northwest Region Offensive Player of the Year … named first-team All-Washington Metro as a kick returner … rushed for 2,077 yards and passed for 1,430 as a senior … passed or rushed for a combined 45 scores, including 30 of the rushing variety, and returned two kicks for touchdowns … named first-team all-state by VirginiaPreps … transferred from Osbourn Park to Osbourn before senior season … had 190 carries for 1,317 yards and also passed for 827 yards as a junior … helped coach Steve Schultze and Osbourn go 12-1 and an appearance in the VHSL Division 5 semifinals … older brother, Zach, was a former All-Big South Conference performer at Liberty (2005-08) … brother Zach also played for current UVa offensive line coach Scott Wachenheim, who was Liberty’s offensive coordinator for Zach’s final three seasons at Liberty.