BIO: Four-year starter who played 46 consecutive games with the first unit. First-team All-Conference choice the past two-years.
POSITIVES: Collegiate tackle who projects to guard at the next level. Wide-bodied blocker who plays with leverage, moves well for a big man and dominates the opposition. Can adjust or block in space, redirects to linebackers on the second level and displays solid blocking range. Quick setting in pass protection, stays square and anchors at the point of attack. Immediately gets into run blocks, jolting defenders at the point of attack, then turning them from the play. Nasty, looks to hit someone and works blocks until the whistle blows. Solid footwork sliding out off the edge and also displays the ability to kick out or pull.
NEGATIVES: Must pick up his awareness and make better use of angles as well as quickly pick up stunts thrown by opponents. Bends at the waist, which hurts his balance. Effective when he extends his hands but all too often lazily lets defenders inside him. Questionable desire.
ANALYSIS: A mammoth blocker with above-average athleticism, Terrell possesses a lot of skill and upside for the next level. Could improve his conditioning as well as mental awareness, yet has the ability to quickly develop into a starting offensive guard if he decides to apply himself on a full-time basis.