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Terrell Ricks
Player Profile
Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Chesapeake, Va.

High School:
Deep Creek H.S.

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 270

Position:
DT

WORTH NOTING: Expected to contend for playing time on the defensive line.

AT VIRGINIA: 2000—Reserve defensive tackle who saw action in eight regular season games and the Jeep O’ahu Bowl ... an injury kept him out of the Wake Forest game ... also did not play against Richmond and Maryland ... saw most of his playing time as a member of the kickoff return team ... did not see any time at defensive tackle until the Georgia Tech game when George Stanley’s absence created a spot for him ... played defensive tackle in the final three games of the regular season but didn’t have a tackle. 1999—Red-shirted ... did not see any game action ... was in uniform against Wake Forest, Virginia Tech, Georgia Tech and Buffalo.

HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered in football as a senior at Deep Creek High School ... played tight end and defensive end for head coach David Cox ... hindered by injuries throughout the season ... named Sleeper of the Year by the Roanoke Times following his senior year ... also earned one letter in basketball, starting at center his senior year.

PERSONAL: Terrell Ryan Ricks ... born 1-15-81 in Portsmouth, Va. ... son of James C. Ricks ... has one sister, Tiffany (14).

Ricks Defensively
Year GP Plys. S A Tot. TFL QBS FR FC PBU Int. BlK
2000 8 38 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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