Players

Terrance West
RB #28
Height:
5-10
Weight:
225
Age:
24
College:
Towson
Hometown:
Baltimore. Md.
Experience:
2

Quick Stats (2015 PRE):

CAR
15
YDS
52
AVG
3.5
TDS
0
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesRushingReceivingFumbles
GGSAttYdsAvgLngTDRecYdsAvgLongTDFUMLost
TOTAL 171 673 3.9 36 4 11 64 5.8 11 1 2 1
2014 CLE 14 6 171 673 3.9 36 4 11 64 5.8 11 1 2 1

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Biography

Career Transactions: Originally drafted by Cleveland in the third round (94th overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft, the second of the Browns’ two third-round selections.

At a Glance:

Worked at a Baltimore shoe store after high school before walking on at Towson.

His 4,849 career rushing yards over a three-year span ranked third in NCAA FCS history.

Set the FCS record for career points scored (516) and TDs per game (2.27).

Tied for first in FCS history with 84 rushing TDs, and holds the FCS record for most rushing TDs in a single season with 41 in 2013.

School leader in career rushing, single-season rushing (2,509 in 2013) and single-season TDs (41 in 2013).

Career Highlights: Ranks third on the all-time NCAA FCS career rushing list with 4,849 yards…Tops the FCS all-time list for scoring and TDs per game with 516 points scored and an average of 2.27 TDs per game…Tied for first all-time in the FCS with 84 career rushing TDs…Finished his career with a streak of 17 consecutive games with at least one score…Set Towson single-season records with 2,509 rushing yards and 41 rushing TDs in 2013…His single-season rushing TD total is also a NCAA FCS record…Also set school and conference records with 413 carries as a junior…His total carries on the season ranked second all-time in the FCS…Left his mark on Towson with several other records including career yards rushing and TDs…Of his 37 career games, racked up 100 or more yards in 23 contests with six 200-yard games and a career-high 354 yards on the ground against Eastern Illinois in the 2013 playoffs…Rushed for 1,000-yard seasons in each of his three years at Towson…One of three backs in school history to rush for multiple 1,000-yard seasons and one of two to rush for over 2,000 yards in a season…Scored multiple TDs in 15 of 16 games in 2013…Received All-American and All-CAA honors…Finished third in voting for the Walter Payton Award…Led the CAA in rushing as a sophomore and was named third-team All-American with 1,046 yards rushing and 14 TDs…Rushed for five 100-yard games in 2012, including a season-high 236 yards against New Hampshire (11/17)…Recipient of the Jerry Rice Award in 2011, which is given to the top freshman in the FCS…Was an All-American selection, ranking 12th in rushing yards and led the nation with 174 points scored.

2013: All-American and All-CAA first-team selections…Finished third in the voting for the Walter Payton Award…Named CAA Offensive Player of the Year…Scored multiple TDs in all but one game…Totaled 2,509 rushing yards and 41 TDs on 413 carries…Added a career-high 26 receptions for 258 yards and two TDs to total 43 scores and 252 points on the year…Led the nation averaging 156.81 rushing yards per game…Ranked fifth in the country with 2,767 all-purpose yards…Of his 16 games played in 2013, recorded 12 100-yard games, four of which were 200-yard performances and one 300-yard outing…(9/14) vs. Delaware State: Rushed for a season-high five TDs…(12/13) at Eastern Illinois: Ran for a season-high-354 yards on 39 carries in quarterfinals of the FCS Playoffs…Tied a season high with five TDs…(12/21) at Eastern Washington: Ran for 115 yards and two TDs in the semifinal round of the FCS Playoffs…(1/4/14) vs. North Dakota State: Ended the season in the FCS National Championship with 99 yards rushing and one TD.

2012: Received All-American third-team and All-CAA honors…Appeared in 10 games, started six…Totaled a conference-high 1,046 rushing yards on 195 carries…Rushed for 14 TDs and scored 90 points on the season…Added five receptions for 102 yards and a TD…Exceeded 100 or more yards rushing in five of his 10 contests.

2011: Despite starting only one game, earned All-American honors and was named the CAA Offensive Rookie of the Year…Given the Jerry Rice Award as the nation’s top freshman…Recorded a team-high 1,294 yards on 194 carries…Ranked 12th in the nation in rushing yards… Led the nation with 174 points scored…Added five receptions for 25 yards, totaling 1,319 all-purpose yards…Named CAA Player of the Week five times…Eclipsed 100 yards rushing six times…Found the end zone in every game except one contest…Had multiple TDs in 10 of his 11 games played…(11/12) vs. New Hampshire: Ran for a season-high 261 yards on 23 carries…Tied a season-high four TDs for the third time…Named conference player of the week for the fifth time…Marked his sixth consecutive game with 100 or more rushing yards.

High School: Attended Northwestern High School in Baltimore, Md…Racked up over 4,700 total yards over the course of his career…Two-time All-Baltimore City selection at running back…Totaled over 2,000 all-purpose yards as a senior and 1,500 the previous year as a junior…Helped lead his team to a 7-3 mark as a junior and a 9-1 record during his senior season…Also lettered in basketball, baseball…Was leading scorer on his conference championship basketball team and a member of the top-ranked 4x100-meter relay team in the state…Honor roll student…Played at Fork Union Military Academy in 2010 before walking on at Towson in 2011.

Personal: Born in Baltimore, Md...Nicknamed “T-Money” at Towson…Overlooked by bigger schools, worked at a local Baltimore shoe store after high school waiting for offers before walking on at Towson…Father to 5-year-old son, Brendan…Community Involvement: Read to elementary school students, volunteered at a local recreation center and gave out toys to children while at Towson…Looks forward to running football camps in the future for children…Hobbies/Interests: Lists Paid in Full as his favorite movie, and Martin as his favorite TV show.

Career Transactions: Originally drafted by Cleveland in the third round (94th overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft, the second of the Browns’ two third-round selections.

At a Glance:

Worked at a Baltimore shoe store after high school before walking on at Towson.

His 4,849 career rushing yards over a three-year span ranked third in NCAA FCS history.

Set the FCS record for career points scored (516) and TDs per game (2.27).

Tied for first in FCS history with 84 rushing TDs, and holds the FCS record for most rushing TDs in a single season with 41 in 2013.

School leader in career rushing, single-season rushing (2,509 in 2013) and single-season TDs (41 in 2013).

Career Highlights: Ranks third on the all-time NCAA FCS career rushing list with 4,849 yards…Tops the FCS all-time list for scoring and TDs per game with 516 points scored and an average of 2.27 TDs per game…Tied for first all-time in the FCS with 84 career rushing TDs…Finished his career with a streak of 17 consecutive games with at least one score…Set Towson single-season records with 2,509 rushing yards and 41 rushing TDs in 2013…His single-season rushing TD total is also a NCAA FCS record…Also set school and conference records with 413 carries as a junior…His total carries on the season ranked second all-time in the FCS…Left his mark on Towson with several other records including career yards rushing and TDs…Of his 37 career games, racked up 100 or more yards in 23 contests with six 200-yard games and a career-high 354 yards on the ground against Eastern Illinois in the 2013 playoffs…Rushed for 1,000-yard seasons in each of his three years at Towson…One of three backs in school history to rush for multiple 1,000-yard seasons and one of two to rush for over 2,000 yards in a season…Scored multiple TDs in 15 of 16 games in 2013…Received All-American and All-CAA honors…Finished third in voting for the Walter Payton Award…Led the CAA in rushing as a sophomore and was named third-team All-American with 1,046 yards rushing and 14 TDs…Rushed for five 100-yard games in 2012, including a season-high 236 yards against New Hampshire (11/17)…Recipient of the Jerry Rice Award in 2011, which is given to the top freshman in the FCS…Was an All-American selection, ranking 12th in rushing yards and led the nation with 174 points scored.

2013: All-American and All-CAA first-team selections…Finished third in the voting for the Walter Payton Award…Named CAA Offensive Player of the Year…Scored multiple TDs in all but one game…Totaled 2,509 rushing yards and 41 TDs on 413 carries…Added a career-high 26 receptions for 258 yards and two TDs to total 43 scores and 252 points on the year…Led the nation averaging 156.81 rushing yards per game…Ranked fifth in the country with 2,767 all-purpose yards…Of his 16 games played in 2013, recorded 12 100-yard games, four of which were 200-yard performances and one 300-yard outing…(9/14) vs. Delaware State: Rushed for a season-high five TDs…(12/13) at Eastern Illinois: Ran for a season-high-354 yards on 39 carries in quarterfinals of the FCS Playoffs…Tied a season high with five TDs…(12/21) at Eastern Washington: Ran for 115 yards and two TDs in the semifinal round of the FCS Playoffs…(1/4/14) vs. North Dakota State: Ended the season in the FCS National Championship with 99 yards rushing and one TD.

2012: Received All-American third-team and All-CAA honors…Appeared in 10 games, started six…Totaled a conference-high 1,046 rushing yards on 195 carries…Rushed for 14 TDs and scored 90 points on the season…Added five receptions for 102 yards and a TD…Exceeded 100 or more yards rushing in five of his 10 contests.

2011: Despite starting only one game, earned All-American honors and was named the CAA Offensive Rookie of the Year…Given the Jerry Rice Award as the nation’s top freshman…Recorded a team-high 1,294 yards on 194 carries…Ranked 12th in the nation in rushing yards… Led the nation with 174 points scored…Added five receptions for 25 yards, totaling 1,319 all-purpose yards…Named CAA Player of the Week five times…Eclipsed 100 yards rushing six times…Found the end zone in every game except one contest…Had multiple TDs in 10 of his 11 games played…(11/12) vs. New Hampshire: Ran for a season-high 261 yards on 23 carries…Tied a season-high four TDs for the third time…Named conference player of the week for the fifth time…Marked his sixth consecutive game with 100 or more rushing yards.

High School: Attended Northwestern High School in Baltimore, Md…Racked up over 4,700 total yards over the course of his career…Two-time All-Baltimore City selection at running back…Totaled over 2,000 all-purpose yards as a senior and 1,500 the previous year as a junior…Helped lead his team to a 7-3 mark as a junior and a 9-1 record during his senior season…Also lettered in basketball, baseball…Was leading scorer on his conference championship basketball team and a member of the top-ranked 4x100-meter relay team in the state…Honor roll student…Played at Fork Union Military Academy in 2010 before walking on at Towson in 2011.

Personal: Born in Baltimore, Md...Nicknamed “T-Money” at Towson…Overlooked by bigger schools, worked at a local Baltimore shoe store after high school waiting for offers before walking on at Towson…Father to 5-year-old son, Brendan…Community Involvement: Read to elementary school students, volunteered at a local recreation center and gave out toys to children while at Towson…Looks forward to running football camps in the future for children…Hobbies/Interests: Lists Paid in Full as his favorite movie, and Martin as his favorite TV show.

 

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