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Dominique Terrell
Dominique Terrell

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Manassas, Va.

High School:
Osbourn HS

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 180

Position:
WR

Experience:
3L



09/07/2013

No. 2 Oregon Surges Past Virginia

Kevin Parks led Virginia with 60 yards rushing, and Jake McGee caught eight passes, but for just 53 yards.

04/19/2013

Catching Up With Mike London

By Jeff White (jwhite@virginia.edu)

04/19/2013

Catching Up With Mike London

By Jeff White (jwhite@virginia.edu)

04/15/2013

Terrell Growing Into Bigger Role at Wideout

By Jeff White (jwhite@virginia.edu)

01/30/2013

Fairchild Bringing Impressive Résumé to UVa

By Jeff White (jwhite@virginia.edu)

10/12/2013

Virginia vs. Maryland (by TJ Root)

Virginia vs. Maryland (by TJ Root)

10/04/2013

Virginia at Pittsburgh (USATSI)

Cavaliers limit Panthers to just eight rushing yards, but fall 14-3.

09/21/2013

Football vs. VMI (by Matt Riley)

Football vs. VMI (by Matt Riley)

09/21/2013

Virginia vs. VMI

USATSI Gallery

09/07/2013

Football vs. Oregon (by Matt Riley)

Football vs. Oregon (by Matt Riley)

AT VIRGINIA
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.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL
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 ESPN.com ... rated the No. 204 prospect by Rivals.com ... rated the No. 23 cornerback by Scout.com ... 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.

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